A staple of the architecture and construction industries, bronze angle is one of several common extruded shapes for this metal. While less common than other metals used for angles, such as stainless steel, aluminum, and brass, bronze angle plays a significant role in many industries due to its resistance to corrosion and distinct appearance.
At Polished Metals, our team is able to process high volumes of bronze angle, including products of various thicknesses and uniformity. With our strong industry track record and our 50,000 square foot facility, our in-house metal finishing capabilities are second to none. Request a quote today from our team.
Our Bronze Angle Products
As with brass angle, bronze is typically extruded at an angle of 90 degrees. This L shape is common across all use cases, as it is a highly versatile extruded form. The primary variable characteristics of bronze angle are the overall thickness of the product and the uniformity, as either equal or unequal. Equal angles means that both axes (that is, the “arms”) of the angle are the same, while unequal angles will feature different lengths of axes on either side of the angle.
At Polished Metals, our large metal finishing facility includes a wide variety of equipment used to produce finished metal products in various shapes and sizes. For bronze angles, we can work with and finish a wide variety of thicknesses, as well as both equal and unequal angles.
Bronze Angle Use Cases
As a finished metal, varieties of bronze and other red metals are popular across a wide range of industries. In particular, bronze angle may be seen in use for architectural projects, construction and engineering, and naval, maritime, or coastal constructions.
Architecture & Design
Bronze is a favored metal in many architectural projects. When it comes to realizing the artistic vision for a new building, bronze stands out for its unique aesthetic qualities, including its color and the rugged patina it may take on, which is typically a rich brown or green.
For architecture and design, bronze angles may be used as trim for doors and windows, as part of railings, for elevators and escalators, and across many other use cases where the metal will be visible by design.
Construction & Engineering
Bronze also features impressive tensile strength among metals. While it can’t quite reach the strength of steel, bronze products can rival stainless steel in strength while providing superior resistance to corrosion. This is especially the case in harsher environments, such as projects located near saltwater.
In the construction and engineering space, bronze angle may be used for supports and beams in projects where corrosion resistance is essential.
Maritime & Coastal
As mentioned above, bronze (and its relatives) feature some of the best corrosion resistance of any metal. This is generally true of copper alloys, including bronze, brass, and varieties such as Muntz metal and stainless steel.
For this reason, bronze angle (along with the aforementioned copper alloys) may be used in many maritime or coastal projects. This can include naval constructions or even boats, as well as buildings located along the coast or in other situations where contact with brine solutions is expected.
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