Indium Corporation Datasheets for Fusible Alloys

Fusible alloys have low melting points, usually below 300º F. Many fusible alloys have eutectic compositions. Fusible alloys are used as work holders, electroforming mandrels, tube bending aids, fire sprinkler parts, steam boiler relief plug, resin casting or potting molds, fuse parts, thermostat components, switch parts, thermal management products, lens blocking alloys, and wax pattern injection dies.


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Product Name Notes
Anchoring Alloy -- Indalloy® 217-440
Fusible Alloy -- Indalloy® 147
Fusible Alloy -- Indalloy® 158
Fusible Alloy -- Indalloy® 160-190
Fusible Alloy -- Indalloy® 255
Fusible Alloy -- Indalloy® 281-338
Lens Blocking Alloys -- Indalloy®
Fusible alloys are materials that melt at less then 300°F, well below the melting point of tin-lead eutectic solders and SAC alloys. Bismuth is the major component of many of...
Indium Metal -- 117°F Eutectic Fusible Alloy Bar
Indium Metal -- 136°F Eutectic Fusible Alloy Bar
Fusible Alloys include a group of binary, ternary, quaternary, and quinary alloys containing Bismuth, lead, tin, cadmium and indium. The term fusible alloy refers to any of the more than...
Indium Metal -- Indium-Tin Alloy Bar - 90In 10Sn (1lb)
Indium Metal -- Indium-Tin Alloy Bar - 91In 9Sn (1lb)
Indium-tin alloys are useful where lower temperatures are required to protect heat-sensitive components and substrates. The indium-tin eutectic with a sharp melting point has excellent wettability on nonmetallic materials. It...