Non Ferrous



We offer more variety of Non-Ferrous compositions and shapes
than any Manufacturer

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Entering our 125th Year

We have been proudly serving Non-Ferrous Industries Worldwide since 1896

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The Highest Quality

ISO 9001: 2015 certified with industry Industry leading quality practices. We’re the reliable partner you need.

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Belmont Metals offers over 3000 different metal compositions and shapes. Please browse through our offerings and do not hesitate to contact us if you need any assistance.

Aluminum-Based Alloys

Featuring Aluminum Alloys, Master Alloys & Powdered Metals

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Bismuth-Based Alloys

Featuring Low Melting Alloys, Solders, & Bismuth Alloys

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Custom Alloys for Research & Development

Custom Alloys for Universities and R&D Departments

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Copper-Based Alloys

Featuring Brass & Bronze, Master Alloys, Jewelry Alloys, Electoplating Anodes, Powdered Metals, Deoxidizers & Degasifiers and more

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Lead-Based Alloys

Featuring Lead Alloys, Babbitt Metals, Jewelry Alloys, Solders, & more

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Master Alloys

Featuring Aluminum and Copper Master Alloys, Deoxidizers & Degasifiers, & more

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Tin-Based Alloys

Featuring Pewter, Tin Alloys, Electroplating Anodes, Babbitt Metals, Jewelry Alloys, & more

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Virgin Metals

Featuring Virgin grade Aluminum, Copper, Lead, Nickel, Tin, Zinc, Minor Metals, & more

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Zinc-Based Alloys

Featuring Zinc Alloys, Solders, Marine Anodes, Electroplating Anodes and more

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A Legacy of Exceptional Quality & Diligent Service

Belmont Metals was founded by George Henning in 1896 as a non ferrous dealership on Brooklyn’s Belmont Avenue. Today, Belmont Metals is an exceptionally diversified and recognized source for a large variety of non ferrous metal compositions and forms.

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Preventing Ship Corrosion With Zinc Cathodic Anodes

Working with metal in any industry comes with varying levels of concern over corrosion. For maritime industries, corrosion can quickly lead to damaged parts, costly repairs, and a delay in processes. Each part of a ship with exposure to the water will begin corroding due to the high salinity of sea and ocean water. Countering…

What Manufacturers Need To Know About Zamak Alloys

Thanks to its wide range of applications, zinc has become a staple in alloys across multiple industries. From bolstering corrosion resistance to galvanizing steel, zinc sees continuous demand worldwide. Some manufacturers may be unaware of the difference between zinc-dominant alloys, also known as the hypoeutectic Zamak. With nearly 15% of the world’s zinc being used for alloys,…

A Guide to Using High Purity Aluminum

Aluminum is one of the most known commercial metals, with nearly every household having an aluminum product at any given time. This is due in part to the metal’s sheer versatility and light weight, paired with its natural corrosion resistance. The ductile composition of aluminum lends it to applications of all shapes and sizes but…

Best Applications of Bismuth-Tin Alloys

Bismuth’s low melting point may have helped it find a niche in the printing and typesetting industries of the early 20th century, but it gained new life around the mid-20th century for its use in electronic devices. Due to its non-toxicity, it has become in high demand as a lead substitute in products such as…

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