Phosphor Bronze woven mesh is has a brownish red color, produced from Phosphor Bronze wire. It is an alloy that is comprised of copper, stannum and zinc.
The chemical composition for our Phosphor Bronze woven mesh is approximately 92.5% copper,4.15% Sn and 3.2% Zinc. Compared to Brass woven mesh, Phosphor Bronze woven mesh is superior in resistance to atmospheric corrosion. The common woven style is plain weave.
Phosphor bronze wire mesh is used within various niche markets such as the security paper industry (for dandy roll clothing to emboss watermarks), for cloth filters and belts, for electromagnetic interference shielding, for electrical parts of products, wind tunnels (to test airplane aerodynamics) and for house architecture.
Phosphor bronze wire mesh is really strong, tough with a low friction coefficient, solderable, easy to shape and it can be produced with a fine structure. It is mostly applied in severe circumstances where chemical corrosion, wear and metal fatigue play a part.
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