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 silicon and manganese. It is extremely ductile, and can be cast comparatively easily into all kinds of complex shapes.

Its resistance to corrosion and its attractive appearance makes this metal suitable for many applications in the construction industry. Its lightness (aluminum is less than half as heavy as steel) makes it the most important metal in the aircraft industry. The versatility of aluminum explains its popularity.

It competes with copper in its application of electricity, with steel in construction, with zinc for castings and with stainless steel in its corrosion free properties. It is also used for “de-oxidizing”, that is the property of removing oxygen from molten iron and steel. There are few manufacturing and industrial activities which do not have a substantial use for this most useful of metals

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  • Ultra-Pure that exhibit strong inertness and extreme hardness, applied in severe-service conditions requiring excellent strength, high operating temperatures. Typically use for critical applications that requires extreme tight tolerance. Excellent electrical insulators. 99.9% Alumimum is widely used in galvanizing one of the most used methods for protecting metal from corrosion.
    Forms:
    • 2-5 Mesh Shot
    • 50 Lb. Ingots
    Belmont Product Code 1008
    Nominal Composition:
    • 99.9% Al
    • Bal
  • High Purity Aluminum is remarkable for the metal's low density. Its resistance to corrosion and its attractive appearance makes this metal suitable for many applications in the construction industry. Aluminum seems to be king in the aircraft construction. The advancement of aircraft and rocket technology is directly tied to the advancement and production of aluminum alloy.
    Forms:
    • 2-5 Mesh Shot
    • Ingot
    • Sheared Pieces
    Belmont Product Code 1009
    Nominal Composition:
    • 99.99% Al
    • Bal
  • Aluminum Powder is used in the production of many types of explosives and fire works. It is also employed in the manufacturing of certain types of electronics. Powdered aluminum is included in many paints and sealants. Certain products design to carry electrical current, such as solar cells are often made using aluminum powder. Rocket Fuel is often made with aluminum and many solid rocket fuels are based on chemical reactions involving this metal.
    Forms:
    • 100-325 Mesh Powder
    Belmont Product Code 1300
    Nominal Composition:
    • 99% Al
    • Bal
  • Primary High Precision Aluminum Ingot. The use of aluminum in objects of everyday use is economical, safe and ecologically sensible. Reflectors made of high quality aluminum ensure proper working temperature of LEDs long operating time. Aluminum is an excellent heat and electricity conductor and in relation to its weight is almost twice as good as conductor as copper. This has made aluminum the most commonly used material in major power transmission lines.
    Forms:
    • 50 Lb. Ingot
    • Approx. 5 Lb. Pieces
    Belmont Product Code 1005
    Nominal Composition:
    • 99.85% Al
    • Bal
  • 99.9% Aluminum Base Alloy in the commercially pure family with good resistance to atmospheric corrosion to withstand high temperature and cost effective process. Its high hardness, excellent dielectric properties, refractoriness and good thermal properties make it the material of choice for a wide range of applications. Its main uses are electrical conductors. In the food industry, pure aluminum with 99.5% aluminum is used to manufacture films and flexible packaging.
    Forms:
    • 1/2" Oz. Cubes
    • 3 Mesh and Down Nuggets
    Belmont Product Code 1010
    Nominal Composition:
    • 99.5% Al
    • Bal

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