Concast Metal Products Co. Datasheets for Metal Shapes and Stock

Metal shapes and stock includes metals and alloys in the form of bars, rods, beams, plates, foils, and other standard shapes. Depending on the type of selection activity and application, a metal shape may be selected based on its material type or from specific mechanical properties relative to the service conditions.
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Product Name Notes
Bronze Family: Special Alloy
Aluminum bronze is the highest strength standard copper based alloy. Concast produces C95400, C95500 and C95900 in standard sizes of rounds, tubes and rectangles. Aluminum in conjunction with iron and...
Brass anodes are used extensively in decorative applications, from light fixture plating to manufactured cabinet hardware. Plastic parts finished with decorative chrome plating also utilize phos-copper anodes in the plating...
Concast will work with engineers and specifiers to prototype and customize an alloy to meet their exacting specifications.
Federalloy® alloys are a series of lead-free copper alloys invented by A.R. Singh, chief metallurgist and vice president at the Federal Metals Company, Bedford, Ohio. The Federal Metal Company replaces...
Federalloy® is a patented alloy in which lead is replaced with bismuth to create pressure-tight plumbing fittings and fixtures. It has excellent machinability. Concast has been the only foundry in...
Our wrought products are cast and cold drawn - not extruded. Rods are brought to final dimensions by one or more cold drawing operations with suitable intermediate anneals when necessary.
Ranging from aluminum bronzes to high tin bronzes, these alloys are recognized by the Copper Development Association (CDA) and are manufactured to ASTM specifications.
The alloys which are described as tin bronzes have long been recognized for their low lead content (less than .25% lead) and high strength characteristics. These alloys from C90200 through...