What Is The Unit Price Of 1 Kg Bronze Ingot?

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Depending on the classification of the bronze ingot, the unit price of 1kg bronze ingot ranges from $5.16/kg to $7.52/kg.

Ingots are metallic materials which are usually cast into a particular shape which in turn will be processed to be used as accessories and materials for automobile, navy, marine and defense equipments. It also has a non-metallic variant which are prepared in bulk and is casted by molding. Furthermore, ingots of less valued materials are often used as currency or currency reserve.

Bronze is a metallic alloy of copper and tin has been a useful material since the olden times. It is hard and delicate which makes it an ideal material for accessories including rings, bracelets, anklets and belts as well as weapons like axes and spearheads. The uses of bronze and its variety have evolved. Among the well known bronze variants are:

● The alpha bronze is made up of tin and copper. Its alloys are commonly used for coins, blades, turbines and springs.
● The commercial bronze is composed of 90% copper and 10% zinc.
● The architectural bronze which is made up of 57% copper, 40% zinc and 3% copper is considered as brass alloys because of its zinc content.
● The bismuth bronze is another alloy variation which is 52% copper, 30% nickel, 5% lead, 1% bismuth and 12% zinc. From time to time, this variety is used for mirrors and light reflectors.

Meanwhile, the following bronze alloys are highly useful for industrial and mechanical equipments:

● The phosphorus bronze is highly useful for diesel and aeronautics engines and for electrical generators, pump bodies and pressure vessels.
● Leaded bronze are used as bearings for the machinery in the mining industry as well as the bearings of the railways and oil exploration.
● Aluminum bronze is another well known bronze alloy. This is used for pump and valve as well as in propellers and marine hardware.
● Brass is perhaps the most common of these alloys. Brasses are often used for decorative pieces and accessories, as well as in valves, plumbing and marine fittings among many others.

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