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Aluminum

Featuring 99.9%, 99.99%, Primary 99.85%, 99.5%, and 99% Aluminum in a variety of forms More Aluminum is produced than any other non-ferrous metal, and none has such a diverse range of uses. The metal has a high thermal and electrical conductivity and high strength, particularly when alloyed with small quantities of other metals such as […]

Bismuth

Featuring 99.9% and 99.99% Bismuth in a variety of forms In the Earth’s crust, bismuth is about twice as abundant as gold. In nature, it occurs in its native (free elemental) form, and also as its compounds. It is often associated with the ores of lead, tin, and copper. It’s most important ores are bismuthinite […]

Copper

Featuring Electrolytic Copper in a variety of forms and Copper anodes meeting CDA 101 specifications Copper is one of the basic chemical elements. In its nearly pure state, copper is a reddish-orange metal. Copper was first used as early as 10,000 years ago. A copper pendant was found in 8700 B.C. in Mesopotamia (Land between […]

Indium

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 of the element thallium in samples of Zinc order, when they saw a brilliant indigo line in the sample’s spectrum which revealed the existence of […]

Lead

Featuring Grade R, Grade S, Grade C, Sectional Lead, Sounding Weights and other forms of high purity Lead Lead is one of the oldest metals known to man. Probably the earliest specimen is a figure from about 3000 BC found in the temple of Osiris. One of the most interesting historical applications was its general […]

Minor Metals

Aside from the other metals listed throughout the site, Belmont welcomes inquiries regarding the following metals in pure form as well as alloying elements: Antimony Used heavily in the Semi-Conductor Industry, Antimony in metallic form is bright, silvery, hard, and brittle; in non-metallic form, it is a grey powder Beryllium A high-melting, lightweight, corrosion-resistant, rigid, […]

Nickel

Featuring VALE, 99.9% Electrolytic Ni for gold alloying, and plating, and Ni shot for foundries. Nickel was used by ancient man in swords and implements fashioned by from nickel-bearing meteorites and in coins made from pakton, a nickel-copper alloy first developed in China. It was extracted as an element in 1751 and named Nickel from […]

Tin

Featuring Grade A 99.85%, 99.99%, Grade M Tin in a variety of forms Tin is a silvery-gray metallic element.  The symbol is Sn, from the Latin stannum, and its atomic number is 50.  Almost every continent has a source in the earth for tin.  It is usually found in the form of cassiterite which is […]

Zinc

Featuring High Grade, Special High Grade, Mil Spec, MIL-A 1800L Zinc, and Zinc Sheet in a variety of forms Centuries before it was identified as an element, zinc was used to make brass (an alloy of zinc and copper) and for medicinal purposes. Metallic zinc and zinc oxide were produced in India somewhere between the […]