Belmont Metals, Inc. Datasheets for Metal Wire

Metal wires are flexible, typically cylindrical rods of metal. They are designed for carrying electricity and for bearing physical stresses and loads.
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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...
Cadmium Metal -- 3006A
Cadmium Wire -- 3006B
Cadmium Alloys Featuring 99.95%, 99.2%, and 99% Cadmium in a variety of forms Cadmium is a silver-gray crystalline solid suitable for use in corrosion protection applications such as steel electroplating...
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...
Grade A Tin 99.85% Minimum -- 7001 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...