manganese bronze

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manganese bronze

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(Metallurgy) any of various alloys containing copper (55–60 per cent), zinc (35–42 per cent), and manganese (about 3.5 per cent)
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Noun1.manganese bronze - a brass with from 1-4% manganese to harden itmanganese bronze - a brass with from 1-4% manganese to harden it
alpha-beta brass, Muntz metal, yellow metal - a brass that has more zinc and is stronger than alpha brass; used in making castings and hot-worked products
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TX4 2007-The current cab built by London Taxis International.
The Coventry-based London Taxis International arm, which has manufactured the cabs since 1948, has now moved to an assembly role using parts made in China.
Manganese's Coventry-based London Taxis International arm has manufactured the cabs since 1948, but it will now move to an assembly role.
Manganese's London Taxis International arm, based in Coventry, have made the cabs since 1948 but they will now move to an assembly role.
The application was expected to be rubber stamped last month, but was deferred following a letter from London Taxis International, who run the black cabs.
The news marks the first step in the drive by Coventry-based manufacturer London Taxis International (LTI) to turn the company into a global brand.
Manganese Bronze, whose London Taxis International makes the vehicles, said recalling 5,700 TX4s, the model affected by the overheating, cost pounds 3.
Around 500 of the TX4 cabs with a "56" registration have already been recalled by Coventry- based London Taxis International (LTI) after 12 incidents.
Allied Vehicles of London's E7 are about to challenge the longestablished monopoly held by London Taxis International (makers of the iconic TX cab).
The taxis are being developed by a consortium of companies including fuel-cell maker Intelligent Energy, Lotus Engineering, taxi manufacturer London Taxis International, and engineering consultancy TRW Conekt.
But Coventry-based London Taxis International, the maker of the black cab, saw sales increase by 27.
The problem has been identified on the doors of the new TX-1 taxi built by Coventry-based London Taxis International.

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