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Plating for Phosphor Bronze Parts


(2001)

Dear Finishing.com:

We are using a phosphor bronze washer with a phosphor bronze screw in conjunction with a tin plated brass nut. What do you recommend for a finish, if any, of both parts (screw & washer)?

Washer material is Phosphor Bronze ASTM B103.
Screw is Phosphor Bronze CDA510.
Application is a computer.

Many thanks,

James Broder
- San Diego, California


(2001)

For in computer I would say none as it is a 'nice' atmosphere and corrosion should not be a problem.

Martin Trigg-Hogarth
Martin Trigg-Hogarth
surface treatment shop - Stroud, Glos, England



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