Belmont Metals, Inc. Datasheets for Lead, Tin, and Low Melting Alloys

Lead, tin, and low melting alloys are non-ferrous alloys that are easily meltable with relatively low melting temperatures. They are used in the manufacture of solders, semiconductors, batteries, optical, and decorative products.
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Product Name Notes
1015 BABBITT -- 5752
ANTI-FRICTION BABBITT -- 5807
GENUINE BABBITT -- 7881
HEAVY DUTY BABBITT -- 7852
Babbitt Metals Featuring tin-base and lead-base babbitts to ASTM, SAE, government, Navy specifications; special and custom alloys. The use of bearing materials to reduce bearing friction can be traced at...
117 Degree F Low Melting Alloy -- 2451A
136 Degree F Low Melting Alloy -- 2491A
158 Degree F Low Melting Alloy -- 2505A
281 Degree F Low Melting Alloy -- 2581A
60% Bismuth 40% Cadmium Alloy -- 2601C
99% Bismuth Powder -- 2003A
99.9% Bismuth Metal -- 2001C
99.9% Bismuth Metal -- 2001E
99.9% Bismuth Metal -- 2001G
99.9% Bismuth Metal -- 2001H
99.9% Bismuth Metal -- 2002A
99.99% Bismuth Metal -- 2001Q
Bismuth Alloys Featuring 99.9% Bismuth and Low Melt Eutectic and Non-Eutectic Alloys offering custom compositions and forms Bismuth is a white, crystalline, brittle metal with a pinkish tinge. It s...
#4 Babbitt Alloy -- 5906A
35% Tin Pewter Alloy -- 5632A
412 Linotype Alloy -- 58410D
6% Antimonial Lead -- 5933B
99% Minimum Lead -- 5003A
99.5% Lead Sectional -- 5002A
Anti-Friction Babbitt Alloy -- 5807A
C-10 Lead Base Alloy -- 5877B
Lead Wool -- 5008W
Linotype Alloy -- 5841B
R-8-16 Lead Shot -- 5011S
Type BB Lead Shot -- 5010S
Lead Alloys Featuring 99.99% Lead in a variety of forms, Pb-Base Babbitt and casting alloys for jewelry and ornamental products, and Pb-Base Solders Lead has been commonly used for thousands...
Low Melting (Fusible) Alloys -- 2405 - CAST
Low Melting (Fusible) Alloys -- 2431 - SAFE
Low Melting (Fusible) Alloys -- 2451 - LOW 117
Low Melting (Fusible) Alloys -- 2481 - MATRIX
Low Melting (Fusible) Alloys -- 2491 - LOW 136
Low Melting (Fusible) Alloys -- 2502 - WOODS
Low Melting (Fusible) Alloys -- 2503 - ROSE
Low Melting (Fusible) Alloys -- 2505 - BEND
Low Melting (Fusible) Alloys -- 2531 - MELLOTTES
Low Melting (Fusible) Alloys -- 2562 - BASE
Low Melting (Fusible) Alloys -- 2581 - TRU
Low Melting (Fusible) Alloys Featuring 158°F, 203°F radiation shielding alloys, pipe bending alloys, and low temperature solders. Eutectic: melting points from 117° – 281°F.Non-eutectic: melting points from 107° – 338°F.Mellottes...
25% Tin Pewter Alloy -- 5731B
35% Tin Pewter Alloy -- 5632A
60% Tin Pewter Alloy -- 7604B
Brittania Alloy -- 7921A
Brittania Alloy -- 7921F
Lead Free Pewter with Bismuth -- 7979A
Lead Free Pewter With Silver -- 7989A
Levalloy I -- 79010A
Special 92% Tin Pewter -- 7924B
Pewter Featuring Lead Free Pewter and Lead Free Pewter alloyed with Silver, Indium, and Bismuth, as well as Brittania, and Genuine Pewter Pewter is a malleable metal alloy, traditionally 85...
99.9% Bismuth Powder -- 2003A
Grade M Tin -- 7005A
SW Grade Tin -- 7007A
Powdered Metals Featuring Holtite Alsil Grit, Iron Powder, High Grade Zinc, Tin, and Copper-Aluminum Applications Belmont Metals offers a vast amount of non-ferrous metals in Powder form as a pure...
35% Tin Pewter Alloy -- 5632
5% Phosphorous Tin -- 7955
92% Tin Pewter Alloy -- 7924
99.99% Tin -- 7004
Britannia -- 7921
Genuine Babbitt -- 7881
Grade A Tin 99.85% Minimum -- 7001
Tin Base Level Alloy 1 -- 79010
Tin Oxide -- 7007
Tin Alloys Featuring jewelry alloys, Sn anodes for plating, Sn shot for gray iron and titanium alloy additions, Grade A and 99.99% Sn, Sn-base babbitts, 5% phosphor Sn, Pewter, Sn-base...
281 Degree F Low Melting Alloy -- 2581A
4% Antimonial Lead -- 5956A
Britannia Alloy -- 7921A
Genuine Babbitt Alloy -- 7881A
White Metals Featuring Aluminum, Lead, Pewter, Solders, Jewelry, Sculpture, Tin, Zinc Alloys in a variety of forms for many applications White metals are any of several light-colored alloys used as...
117 Degree F Low Melting Alloy -- 2451A
136 Degree F Low Melting Alloy -- 2491A
99.99% Indium -- IN99AAAH
99.99% Indium -- IN99AAAR
Featuring 99.99% Indium and Indium-Based Low Melting Alloys Indium was discovered by the German chemists Ferdinand Reich and Hieronymus Richter in 1863. Reich and Richter had been looking for traces...