CA103 material is a high strength alloy that offers the combination of high wear resistance and corrosion resistance in marine environments and many acidic environments. It is also hot workable and relatively easy to machine, making it a popular choice of aluminium bronze.

This grade is not currently covered by any European specifications but due to its popularity amongst our customers Columbia Metals continues to hold a comprehensive range of sizes in stock ensuring continuity of supply.

Related Specifications of CA103

  • C62300
  • AMS 4635
  • BS2874
  • 2.0936
  • CuAl10Fe3
  • CuAl10Fe3Mn2 (EU)

Nominal Composition of CA103

Cu rem, Al 9.5%, Fe & Ni 4.0%

Mechanical Properties of CA103

Ultimate Tensile Strength (N/mm²) Proof Stress (N/mm²) Elongation (%) Hardness (HB)
520 215 22  

Key Features of CA103

  • High corrosion resistance
  • Good strength
  • Good hot forgeability
  • Good machinability
  • Very good wear resistance and toughness

Applications of CA103

Offshore & marine | Marine hardware, corrosion resistant parts and high strength fasteners

Other | Valve and pump components, gears, bearing races, valve stems, worm gears, bearings, bushings, cams and pump rods

Columbia Metals - a leading supplier of CA103

With decades of experience and a huge range of stock, Columbia Metals is an industry leader in the supply of CA103 and other high quality specialist engineering alloys.

To buy or learn more about CA103 contact us now, or fill in the enquiry form on the right hand side and we will be in touch shortly.

 Click here to download a CA103 data sheet.

  Related Specifications Mechanical Properties
Alloy Name BS UNS BS EN Others Ultimate Tensile Strength N/mm² Minimum Yield Strength N/mm² Elongation % Hardness HB  
CA­10­2 CA­10­2 C6­10­00 BS­28­75­; BS­28­70 54­0-59­0 44­0-51­0 25-40
C6­14­00 CA­10­6 C6­14­00 CW­30­3G AS­TM B1­50­; EN 12­16­5; AS­TM B1­69 52­0 23­0 35
CA­10­3 CA­10­3 C6­23­00 AM­S4­63­5; BS­28­74 52­0 21­5 22
CA­10­4 / BS­B2­3 / DT­D1­97­A CA­10­4 C6­30­00­; C6­30­20 CW­30­7G NF L1­4-70­6; AI­R9­07­0 UA 65­0-70­0 32­0-40­0 10-12
DE­F ST­AN 02-83­3 / NE­S 83­3 CA­10­4 CW­30­7G DG­S1­04­3 62­0-68­0 24­5-32­5 17
CO­LS­PE­ED 90 C6­41­10 70­0-76­0 40­0-50­0 10-13 20­0-22­0
C6­30­00 / AM­S4­64­0 CA­10­4; CA­10­5 C6­30­00­; C6­30­20 CW­30­7G NF L1­4-70­5 55­0-69­0 27­5-34­5 5-12
DE­F ST­AN 02-83­4 / NE­S8­34 CA­10­7 C6­42­00 CW­30­1G DE­F ST­AN 02-87­9; DG­S1­04­4 51­5-62­0 22­0-31­0 9-20
PB­10­2 PB­10­2 C5­10­00 CW­45­1K NE­S8­38­; DG­S3­76 28­0-50­0 80-41­0 12-25
PB­10­3 PB­10­3 C5­19­00 CW­45­2K BS­28­70 46­0-52­5 38­0-44­0 12 15­0-17­0H­V
PB­10­4 / CO­LB­RO­NZ­E PB­10­4 C5­21­00 CW­45­3K DT­D 26­5A­; BS B2­4 45­0-55­0 mi­n 30­0-40­0 mi­n 15-20 mi­n
CO­LP­HO­S 90 C5­44­00 AS­TM B1­39­; AS­TM B1­03 34­5-45­0 8-18