Ésta es una aleación no eutéctica en base a bismuto que se usaba originalmente para fabricar punzones de troqueles. Ahora se utiliza para fabricar una amplia variedad de placas, mordazas y otros dispositivos de sujeción para talleres de máquinas y operaciones de fabricación.

Código de Producto Belmont 2481
Información Técnica
  • Punto de Fusión - Solidus 218 °F, 103 °C
  • Punto de Fusión - Liquidus 440 °F, 227 °C
  • Resistencia a la Tracción a Corto Plazo libras/pulgadas cuadradas 13000
  • Temperatura de Fusión 240
  • Peso libras/pulgadas cúbicas 0,343
  • Nro. de Dureza Brinnell (500 kg) 19
  • Crecimiento/Encogimiento - Tiempo luego de la Colada: después de 2 min.: 0,0008
  • luego de 1 hora. 0,0048
  • luego de 24 horas 0,0051
  • luego de 500 horas 0,0061

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