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electrolytic corrosion problem with SS440C & Ph.Bronze

electrolytic corrosion problem with SS440C & Ph.Bronze

electrolytic corrosion problem with SS440C & Ph.Bronze

Hi Freinds
 Due to space problem i used bearings as Phosperous Branze as bearing  with gear shafts made up of Stainless steel 440C.Now de problem is there any electrolytic corrosion problem occur in feature years of functioning?.

Thanx in before



RE: electrolytic corrosion problem with SS440C & Ph.Bronze

Not if well-lubricated and kept warm & dry (e.g., engine crankcase). Not so good in saltwater!!!

What is the application environment, the bronze alloy, and is the 440C in Q+T condition?

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