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Non Ferrous

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Variety

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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COMPANY HISTORY

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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BELMONT BULLETIN

Benefits of Adding Silicon to Brass & Bronze Alloys for Certain

When certain materials are added to copper it changes the physical and mechanical composition of the metal. Two such materials are tin and zinc. Copper that has tin added into it is considered bronze. Bronze alloys provide a very hard metal that can sometimes be brittle and inflexible. When zinc is added to copper, it…

Benefits of Adding Phosphor to Copper Alloys

Copper’s immense popularity in products made around the world requires manufacturers to develop this alloy in high quantities to meet rising demand. However, copper by itself is often not suitable for products when it is melted and cast into shape. Its soft properties require strengthening yet also elasticity so it does not become brittle. In…

Benefits of Alloying Ag with Copper Alloys

Copper use is numerous and widespread. From electrical wires to copper pipe fittings, industries around the world employ this metal for their operations. Typically, copper is not the sole metal used in applications. Other metals will be alloyed with this material to provide a wide range of properties and characteristics. Silver (Ag) is an element…

Benefits of Alloying Ag with Sn Alloys

While tin (Sn) is not mentioned as often as copper, it is another widely used metal for industrial applications. Tin is used most in electroplating, where the metal is used to coat other base metals to provide protection from other factors such as corrosion. Electroplating can also provide a more aesthetically pleasing appearance. The tin…

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