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Sintered Bronze Parts Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial sintered bronze part manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source sintered bronze part manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These sintered bronze part companies can design, engineer and manufacture sintered bronze parts to your specifications and application needs. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these sintered bronze part manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for sintered iron clutches, heated powdered bronze, or powdered metallurgy.

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TPI Powder Metallurgy is an efficient and versatile manufacturer of ferrous and non-ferrous products and electrical and electronic components. TPI`s P/M method is cost effective in producing simple or complex solutions at, or very close to, final dimensions in a variety of production rates ranging from a few hundred to several thousand parts per hour. For precision sintered bronze parts, please contact TPI today.
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We are dedicated to providing high efficiency, sintered bronze parts at a low and competitive rate. In addition to bronze we are capable of using iron, steel, high nickel alloys, aluminum, soft magnetic alloys, and many other materials to create parts that you can count on to withstand rigorous use and provide lasting value. We can create a custom fabricated part to your specific requirements!
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Ames Reese manufactures iron-based powdered metals parts, which are used mainly in the American automotive industry. The company manufactures structural powdered metal components (both mechanical and hydraulic applications) and sintered soft-magnetic sintered parts. AMES Reese offers commercial and technical engineering back-up, and also acts as Logistic Center of the North American market for the AMES Group.
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It is our mission that we are able to provide our customers with the highest quality customer service available in the industry. We have been putting our talented teams of designers and engineers to work for many years to provide you with the sintered bronze parts that you can count on to keep your business moving smoothly. To learn more visit us on the web or get in touch with our customer service division today!
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As a QS 9000 and ISO/TS 16949:2002 registered manufacturer, you can trust Micro Metals. With our hydraulic presses, we specialize in large, structural components & produce numerous parts 2-4 pounds. The process of making a powdered metal part begins when you contact Micro Metals. Visit our website or call for more information.
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We are capable of manufacturing and fabricating the quality sintered bronze parts that you need. We have many years of experience and we want to put that experience to work for you! We are dedicated to providing customer service that cannot be matched by the competition. To learn more about what we can do for you, get in touch with our customer service representatives today!
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Sintered Bronze

Sintered bronze is made by heating powdered bronze in order to adhere the particles together. This process, referred to as powder metallurgy or P/M, involves three basic steps. It is an important process in many industrial contexts.

Sintered bronze parts are rigid, temperature resistant and high strength parts formed through the process of sintering, or powder metallurgy. Used in applications for shock absorbers, home appliances, automobiles and as well as most commonly as bearings or bushings, sintered bronze parts can be produced in large quantities with consistent properties and sizes. Powder metallurgy uses a number of different metals including aluminum, copper, nickel, brass, steel, stainless steel, nickel and titanium in the fabrication of metal powder parts. Bronze is an ideal material choice for the process of sintering as it is a non-ferrous metal is commonly used as a conductive material and its porosity allows lubricants, or air and liquids to pass through it. Through an effective sintering process, the properties of material strength, translucency and thermal conductivity are enhanced and because it is a simple process, most of the other physical properties of the metal are retained. Sintered bronze parts are an economical manufacturing option, especially for large quantities of products as sintered metal parts can be fabricated repeatedly with close tolerances. The porosity of the parts can also be adjusted according to the intended application of the part and the desired level of flow.

The process of powder metallurgy has three basic steps. First, the metal, in this case, bronze or bronze alloy, is made into a powdered form. This can be achieved by a number of methods including grinding, chemical decomposition and the most common atomization. The metallic powder is then poured into a die or mold cavity and compacted under great pressure in order to adhere the particles. This occurs at room temperature. The metal part is then inserted into a furnace where the extreme heat fuses the metal particles together to form a rigid, high strength and porous component. This part of the process is called sintering. The resulting porosity of the sintered parts makes powder metal products especially useful in lubricating applications and as a result, bearings and wear plates are often fabricated from sintered bronze. These porous components are also commonly used to create filtration materials, especially for high temperature applications such as those in food or pharmaceutical industries. Bronze powder can also be used to coat the surfaces of wood, plaster, plastic and other metals in order to create a bronze-like finish. In cosmetics such as eye shadows or liners, finely powdered bronze is used to create a shiny appearance.



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