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7001G – Grade A Tin
99.85% Minimum
8-20 Mesh Shot

7001H – Grade A Tin
99.85% Minimum
Granular 18-35 Mesh

7004B – 99.99% Tin
1 Lb. Bars

7001AH – Grade A Pure Tin Sheet
.50-.055″ x 7.65″ x 12.25″ Sheet

7001A – Grade A Tin 99.85% Min
Pigs

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 an oxide mineral.

Anthropologists have determined that humans have been working with tin for at least 5,000 years.  Studies show that it is one of the earliest metals used by man.  There are examples of ancient items where it was alloyed with copper to make bronze, one of the first alloys produced.  Tin was used because it hardens copper without making it brittle. 

Tin is also widely used in the production of Fashion (costume) Jewelry and ornamentation.   The metal has been used for many other purposes, such as coatings.  Its high corrosion resistance make it an excellent choice for many applications.   The major user of Tin worldwide has been in the canning industry.  Tin cans, used for packaging food and drink, when made of steel sheet, are plated with a thin layer of tin. This material is known as tinplate which is rolled from a large slab of steel clad tin.

Although the entire world production of tin is small in tonnage, the uses of this metal are of maximum importance and are more widely spread industrially than those of almost any other metal.

Tin is an important constituent of most solders and other alloys such as Babbitt metal and bronze.   In addition to a wide range of manufacturing uses, the metal is also nutritionally necessary, albeit in trace amounts.

Featured Product Specifications

Product
Name
Belmont
Product
Code
Form Nominal
Composition
(%)
- - - Sn Other
Grade A Tin 99.85% Minimum 7001G 8-20 Mesh Shot 99.85 Bal
Grade A Tin 99.85% Minimum 7001H 18-35 Mesh 99.85 Bal
Grade A Tin 99.85% Minimum 7001A Pigs 99.85 Bal
Grade A Tin 99.85% Minimum 7001AH .050"-.055" x 7.65" x 12.25" Sheet 99.85 Bal
Grade A Tin 7001P 20-80 Mesh Granular 99.85 Bal
99.9% Tin 7002F 18 lb Pigs 99.9 Bal
Grade A 99.85% Minimum Tin 7001S Open Cast Flat Anodes 99.85 Bal
Grade M Tin 7005B #100 Atomized Powder 99.85 Bal
SW Grade Tin 7007A Oxide 99.9 Bal
99.99% Tin 7004B 1 lb Bars 99.99 Bal
Grade A Tin 99.85% Minimum
Belmont Product Code 7001G
Form 8-20 Mesh Shot
Nominal Composition (%)Sn - 99.85Other : Bal
Grade A Tin 99.85% Minimum
Belmont Product Code 7001H
Form 18-35 Mesh
Nominal Composition (%)Sn - 99.85Other : Bal
Grade A Tin 99.85% Minimum
Belmont Product Code 7001A
Form Pigs
Nominal Composition (%)Sn - 99.85Other : Bal
Grade A Tin 99.85% Minimum
Belmont Product Code 7001AH
Form .050"-.055" x 7.65" x 12.25" Sheet
Nominal Composition (%)Sn - 99.85Other : Bal
Grade A Tin
Belmont Product Code 7001P
Form 20-80 Mesh Granular
Nominal Composition (%)Sn - 99.85Other : Bal
99.9% Tin
Belmont Product Code 7002F
Form 18 lb Pigs
Nominal Composition (%)Sn - 99.9Other : Bal
Grade A 99.85% Minimum Tin
Belmont Product Code 7001S
Form Open Cast Flat Anodes
Nominal Composition (%)Sn - 99.85Other : Bal
Grade M Tin
Belmont Product Code 7005B
Form #100 Atomized Powder
Nominal Composition (%)Sn - 99.85Other : Bal
SW Grade Tin
Belmont Product Code 7007A
Form Oxide
Nominal Composition (%)Sn - 99.9Other : Bal
99.99% Tin
Belmont Product Code 7004B
Form 1 lb Bars
Nominal Composition (%)Sn - 99.99Other : Bal