673 Bronze

673 Bronze

673 Bronze Round Bar is a tough, durable alloy with excellent corrosion resistance

High Quality 673 Bronze

The 673 Bronze is a tough, durable alloy with excellent corrosion resistance, high strength, and high toughness.

It’s ideal for use in high-speed or heavy-load environments. Make your following product the best one yet by using 673 Bronze.

O'Hare 673 Bronze

O’Hare Precision Metals can provide a wide range of company-supplied or customer-supplied components and materials. Just like how we can offer you the best Bronze bar stocks and 673 Bronze round bar stocks in O’Hare!

The benefits of the  673 bronze are many and varied. They include the following:

1) The flexibility of the metal allows for a wide range of design possibilities.

2) It is easy to work with and can be used in a variety of projects.

3) It has a low melting point, which makes it easier to shape.

4) It is durable and has a long lifespan, which makes it an excellent choice for jewelry making.

Machinability & Welding

The wear and tear characteristics of 673 are exceptional. It is frequently used as a substitute for phosphor bronze in various demanding applications due to the ease with which it can be machined and the fact that it can be hot formed.


Bushings, gears and hydraulic pumps, shafts, axials, cam follower pins are just some of the many applications of 673 Bronze.



Ultimate Tensile Strength

Yield Tensile Strength 

Melting Point 

Modulus of Elasticity

Hardness, Rockwell

0.3 lb/in3

65,000 psi

40,000 psi

874 C

17,000 ksi


Chemical Properties










58 – 63

27.2 – 39.1

2 – 3.5

0.5 – 1.5


0.4 – 3



0 – 0.25

Buy 673 Bronze

The high quality 673 bronze is a popular brand of metal alloy that has become a favorite for many different industries. It has been used in the construction and manufacturing of tools, which are highly durable and resistant to corrosion.

The 673 bronze alloy is a type of copper-zinc-tin alloy that has copper as its main ingredient, with zinc and tin as secondary ingredients. Since it is an alloy, it is stronger than pure copper or pure tin. It also has a higher melting point than pure copper or pure tin, making it more suitable for use in high temperatures.

Do you have questions about 673 Bronze? Just contact our highly skilled personnel in O’Hare Precision Metals. They are dedicated to providing smooth-flow service.

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