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  • High-tech supplysince 1928

    n Rapid response to your requests

    n Customised inventory enabling usto deliver to you ex stock

    n Technical advice service

    n Rapid technical and commercialresponse to assist new developments

    at our customers

    has been supplying the aerospace industry since the 195

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    Qualityof suppliersWe consider oursuppliers to be ourpartners, all beingmajor players intheir specific businesssectors and all havingthe necessary aero-space approvals gua-ranteeing their highquality manufactu-ring systems.

    n

    Quality of productsand systems

    Certified ISO 9001 : 2008 andEN9120 : 2006, Stainlessattaches particular importanceto quality assurance andproduct traceability, bothfor OEM business andspares/repairs.

    A materials certificate issuedby our partners is automaticallysupplied with every delivery.

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  • the 1950s, our credo being based on three main principles:

    n

    Quality of serviceLike all our clients who have chosen to puttheir trust in us, you may rest assured thatwe are fully committed to high quality service.Amongst our customers we include:

    l Airbus l Liebherr Aerospacel Messier-Dowty l SKF Aerospacel Latcore l NMBl Revima l Goodrichl Microtecnica l Ascol Stork l Dassault

    and their many subcontractors.

    Flight attendantjumpseat spring

    Typical applicationsof materials

    Avionics/electricalsystems

    Airframe

    Wing attachments Flight control mechanisms

    Hydraulic systems

    Landing gear components

    Fuel systems

    Doors & Hatches

    Safety slidemechanism

    Landing gearattachments

    Engine and pylonattachments

    Source: 2006 Brush Wellman Inc.

    Engine gaskets

    Nacelles

    Bonding tabs

    Wheel braking systems

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  • ToughMet 3 TSUNS C72900

    ASTM B 249AMS 4597

    15 8 draw draw 8.95

    ST 25UNS C17200

    CuBe1.92.1247 NFL 14-709 BS B32 DIN 17672

    AMS 4533AMS 4534AMS 4535AMS 4650AMS 4651ASTM B 196QQ C - 530

    ASNA 3384ASNA 3400ASNA 3417ASNA 6110

    NCT 10-645-01 MDC.R.1.2.0.17

    1.9

    TB0 TD0 TD0 TF00 TH04 TH04

    ST 3UNS C17510

    ToughMet 3 ATUNS C72900 AMS 4596

    15 8 rolrolled/

    AIMS 02.04.002ABS 5152MTL 4112

    UN14A2 NFL 14-702 2.7 14 0.25rolle forge

    CuNi14Al22.1504

    ST 647UNS C64700

    NFL 14-701 DTD 498BS B25

    DIN 17666 ASTM B 411 FT 2-17C.R.1.2.0.14

    2.4 0.6draw rolle forge

    UZ19A6 NFL 14-707 NCT 10-631-11MDC.R.1.2.0.146.5 3 5.5 18.5

    extrurolforg

    ST 955UNS C95510

    CuZn19Al6

    AMS 4880 10.3 2.8 5contincast

    ST 630-20UNS C63020

    2.0978 NFL 14-706UA11N

    DTD 197ABS B23

    DIN 17665CuAl11Ni6Fe5

    NCT 10-641-01MDC.R.1.2.0.14 LAT 1-9063

    10.5 5 5 0.9extru

    rolforg

    COPPER BASE ALLOYSBars, tubes, flats, rings, blanks

    ST 630UNS C63000

    STAINLESSgrade

    Currentdesignation

    Corresponding or similar standards

    France UK Germany USA

    Typical chemical composition

    Cu Al Fe Ni Mn Si Zn Sn BeCond

    2.0966 NFL 14-705 CA 105BS 2875

    DIN 17665CuAl10Ni5Fe4

    AMS 4640ASTM B 150

    C.R.1.2.0.14LAT 1-9062

    10 3 5draw rolled forge

    C.R.1.2.0.14

    CuNi1.8Be2.0850

    ASTM B 441 1.8 0.4

    TB0 TD0 TF00 TH04

    Densityg/cm3

    8.95

    8.95

    8.9

    7.6

    7.6

    7.5

    7.6

    8.5

    8.8

    CuNi3Si2.0855

    Balance

    Balance

    Balance

    Balance

    Balance

    Balance

    Balance

    Balance

    Balance

    Balance

    ToughMet significantly higher specific strength (Strength / Density) allows reduction of dimensionsof components while maintaining stress capability (Source: 2006 Brush Wellman Inc.)

    Specific Strength200 k inch

    Specific Strength340 k inch

    Specific Strength490 k inch

    AMS 4640 Plain Bearing

    AMS 4596 ToughMet 3 AT 110Plain Bearing 40 % less weight in bearing

    and pin compared to AMS 4640 plain bearing.

    AMS 4597 ToughMet 3 TS160 UPlain Bearing 60 % less weight in bearing

    and pin compared to AMS 4640 plain bearing.

    Customerspecifica-

    tions

    ST 630-20-AMSUNS C63020 2.0978

    AMS 4590 LAT 3-0189 7.5Bala

    nce 10.5 5 5 0.9solutrea

    and

    Other bronzes and brasses available: please consult us.

    CuNi15Sn8

    CuNi15Sn8

    ToughMet is a Registered Trademark of Brush Wellman

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  • 8 drawn bardrawn bar

    ext 25 - 40 ext 41 - 70

    1105 - 12001090 - 1150

    1035 - 11001000 - 1050

    4 - 83 - 6

    HRC 34 - 36HRC 34 - 36

    1.9

    TB00 (A)TD04 (H)TD04 (H)TF00 (AT)TH04 (HT)TH04 (HT)

    ext 18 - 160 ext 10 - 25 ext 10 - 60

    ext 12.7 - 300 ext 10 - 25 ext 25 - 60

    410 - 590620 - 870580 - 830

    1110 - 13801330 - 15201210 - 1480

    130 - 250510 - 730510 - 730890 - 12101060 - 13501000 - 1310

    20 - 608 - 308 - 203 - 102 - 94 - 9

    HRB 45 - 85HRB 88 - 102HRB 88 - 101HRC 36 - 42HRC 38 - 44HRC 37 - 44

    The highest achievable strength in a copper alloy.Excellent thermal and electrical conductivity.Good behaviour at very low temperatures.Bushings, bearings, spherical bearings, components for numerousapplications such as landing gear mechanisms.

    8 rolledrolled/forged

    < 100 > 100

    900 - 950900 - 950

    760 - 900760 - 900

    10 - 156 - 10

    HRC 30 - 34HRC 30 - 34

    rolled barforged bar

    10 - 50 50 - 200

    780 - 920740 - 900

    590 - 630540 - 580

    10 - 157 - 12

    HB 215 - 230HB 205 - 225

    drawn barrolled barforged bar

    10 - 50 50 - 100 100 - 200

    590 - 630540 - 590540 - 580

    490 - 500440 - 490430 - 480

    15 - 2015 - 2015 - 20

    HB 170 - 187HB 170 - 187HB 170 - 187

    Good mechanical properties and excellent frictional properties.Rubbing strips and bushings.

    extrudedrolledforged

    20 - 70 75 - 100 100 - 200

    830 - 900780 - 830780 - 830

    590 - 630540 - 580540 - 560

    10 - 157 - 127 - 10

    HB 225 - 280HB 225 - 280HB 225 - 240

    Brass with high strength showing good resistance to frictional wear.Landing gear bushings.

    continuouscast tube

    ext 50 - 100 ext 100 - 350

    725-780(2)

    655-730(2)430 - 480(2)

    385 - 430(2)9(2)

    9(2)Tube obtained by continuous casting.Good mechanical properties and resistance to wear.Bushings, spherical bearings.

    extrudedrolledforged

    10 - 75 75 - 150 > 175

    740 - 850740 - 850740 - 850

    390 - 500390 - 450390 - 450

    10 - 2010 - 2010 - 20

    HB 200 - 250HB 200 - 240HB 200 - 240

    Same as above with even higher mechanical properties.Bushings subject to heavy loads(landing gear in particular).

    (1) 0,5% proof stress(2) In the heat treated condition

    TB00 (A) : solution annealedTD04 (H) : cold workedTF00 (AT) : solution annealed and heat treatedTH04 (HT) : cold worked and heat treated

    Sn BeCondition

    Standardsize range

    (mm)

    Mechanical propertiesUTSMPa

    0,2% YSMPa

    E%

    Hardness Description and applications

    drawn barrolled barforged bar

    10 - 75 75 - 205 180 - 300

    610 - 690610 - 690660 - 730

    414 - 490 (1)

    345 - 390 (1)

    340 - 440 (1)

    14 - 2212 - 2515 - 25

    HB 200 - 270BH 200 - 250HB 180 - 230

    Mechanical properties similar to steels in the annealed condition.Good resistance to corrosion and oxidation.Bushings, bearings.

    High mechanical properties and very good resistance to oxidationand corrosion.

    0.4

    TB00 (A)TD04 (H)TF00 (AT)TH04 (HT)

    all diameters 10 - 75 mmall diameters 10 - 75 mm

    240 - 380440 - 560680 - 900750 - 970

    60 - 210340 - 520550 - 690750 - 970

    20 - 3510 - 1510 - 155 - 25

    HRB 20 - 50HRB 60 - 80HRB 92 - 100HRB 95 - 102

    Excellent thermal and electrical conductivity combinedwith good strength.Aerials.

    Beryllium-free grade. High mechanical and frictional properties. Very goodmachinability. Bearings, parts for spherical bearings.

    Same as above with even higher mechanical properties.Bushings for very high loads (landing gear in particular).

    Comparison of Grease LubricatedStatically Loaded Bronze and ToughMet Bushings.

    Behavior of Friction Coefficient over Time1

    0.8

    0.6

    0.4

    0.2

    0

    Coefficient of Friction

    Cycles0.E+00 1.E+01 1.E+02 1.E+03 1.E+04 1.E+05 1.E+06 1.E+07 1.E+08

    Short - lived down spikesto ~ 0.2 @ re-lube events.

    Comparative SleeveBearing Wear Tests.

    Source: 2006 Brush Wellman Inc.

    0.125

    0.1

    0.075

    0.05

    0.025

    0Clearance Increase (mm)

    Cycles of Oscillation

    Source: 2006 Brush Wellman Inc.

    10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 600000

    Bronze

    ToughMet 3

    Aluminum Bronze (140 MPa load)

    Brush ToughMet 3(275 MPa load)

    solutiontreated

    and aged

    Rods: 25 - 90Tubes: OD80 - 200

    896 - 1000621 - 780

    621 - 750HRC 26 - 34

    Exhibits the highest mechanical propertiesof all the aluminium bronzes.6 - 10

    HB 190-240

    Brush Alloy 25(275 MPa load)

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