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 metal, Rose metal, Wood’s metal, and others. Low-melting alloy wire.

Low-Melting or Fusible alloys (Also known as Eutectic and Non-Eutectic Alloys) are generally the alloys that melt below 450 Deg. F. ( 233 Deg. C ). The most useful are the alloys containing high percentages of Bismuth combined with Lead, Tin, Cadmium, Indium and other metals. The low melting temperature and unique growth/shrinkage characteristics of these alloys lead to a greater diversity in useful applications than almost any other alloy system.

Applications:

From radiation therapy shielding applications to creating chucks for holding parts during machining , from being used as filler material when bending pipe or tube to creating fusible elements in automatic fire sprinklers , Low-Melting alloys continue to have a quiet yet profound impact on our lives.

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Cake, Ingot, Bar, Shot, Wire, Stick, Strip & Custom Shapes

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