Leaded tin bronze with excellent machinability, medium strength and good corrosion resistance. Will withstand mild acids as found in mine water.
Full alloy description:
A.W. Fraser Alloy EMS210 is a leaded tin bronze.
EMS 210 has excellent machining properties, medium strength and good corrosion resistance and will withstand mild acids as found in mine water.
Bearings manufactured from EMS 210 have excellent wear resistance under conditions of high speed, heavy pressure and vibration, have low friction and can be used where lubrication is less than adequate and there may be minor misalignment.
EMS 210 bearings require a hardened shaft and maximum shaft surface speeds of 4 m /sec can be tolerated.
The composition of A.W. Fraser alloy EMS 210 is strictly controlled as are the casting conditions.
Alloy EMS 210 products are manufactured using the latest continuous and centrifugal casting technology.
Machinability Rating: 95
SAE Grade: 64
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