We stock a broad range of bronze alloys, including aluminium, leaded and phosphor bronzes.

Copper-Tin Alloy

Bronze predominantly consists of copper, although the alloy also typically includes 12% tin though this figure may be higher in certain specialist bronzes (up to 20%).

The alloy has been around for more than 5,000 years and was initially used to make basic hand tools, weapons and jewellery.

Different Bronzes

We stock aluminium, leaded and phosphor bronzes. Each bronze possesses different performance characteristics. For example, aluminium bronze offers high strength and corrosion resistance. Leaded bronze promotes excellent wear resistance and ease of machining, and phosphor bronze displays high fatigue and wear resistance.

Enviable Stock Range

Smiths Advanced Metals stocks bronze alloys to suit your engineering requirements. We primarily stock bronze bars which we also process in-house. Our bronzes are suitable for wide range of commercial applications including oil & gas.

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Steeped in History

Bronze was used to create statues in Roman times.Bronze has been around since 3500 BC, and the popularity of the material has continued ever since.

Bronze has been around since Ancient Sumerian times and changed the world we live in. This pivotal moment in history represented the birth of metalworking where tools and weapons were made for the first time.

Civilisation may have changed over the centuries, but the need for bronze shows no sign of letting up.

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Stock Portfolio

Our bronze stock range includes aluminium, leaded and phosphor bronze alloys. We stock bronze in closer incremental sizes in both imperial and metric sizes.

We primarily stock bronze bars that are popular in commercial applications, including oil, gas & petrochemical.

We combine our stock, in-house processing services, and UKAS accredited metallurgical support services to offer a single supply source for your engineering raw materials.