Gunmetal Bushes are made using high grade raw materials and according to the international quality standards. Gunmetal is a kind of bronze, which is an alloy of copper, tin and some zinc that is basically used for making guns. It is also known as red brass in America. Gunmetal is produced for various applications that vary slightly in composition. In some cases, the alloy may be composed only from copper and tin, or copper, tin and lead. It has multiple uses in industry and is also applied for statues and various small objects e.g. Gears, Bushes The Gunmetal Bushes are designed in accordance with the specifications provided by the customers. The range of Gunmetal Bushes is used in many industries which are resistant to rust and durable in nature.
Specification of Gun Metal Bushes
Brass Bronze Gunmetal or Copper Alloy Non ferrous alloys Bronze Copper Castings Casting
From 10 Grams to 40 kg's
Specification or as per custom design or requirement.
Finish And Coating
Natural, Nickel Plated, Tin Plated or any coating as per customer specification.
Types of Gun Metal Bushes
Gun metal spring Bushes
Gun metal bushes are used extensively in laminated spring eyes and shackles. These bushes have to endure various loads and stresses. Our spring bushes, made of the right material are equipped to endure this very well. We provide these bushes with perfectly designed and machined grooves to retain oil for lubrication.
Gun metal kingpin Bushes
Because of its application, Kingpin bushes require very high precision manufacturing. Our kingpin bushes are manufactured as per customer specifications and are provided in machined as well as pre-machined sizes as required.High superior quality grades with properties taken which can serve the purpose well and provide longer life than normal.
Applications of Gun Metal Bushes
Heavy machinery applications
In addition to the above, gun metal bushes has various other their application in brakes, gearboxes, connecting rod, steering and many other areas. We develop and manufacture bushes for various applications as per customer requirements and specifications.
Automotive and engineering applications
Featuring a two-piece design, lap joint flanges require butt welding of the stub end to the pipe or fitting with the use of a backing flange to create the flanged connection. This design makes this style popular for use in systems with limited physical space or systems which require frequent dismantling and maintenance.