Featuring 2% Lithium Copper for use as a deoxidizer and degasifier for copper and nickel-base alloys in a variety of forms

Belmont 2% Lithium Copper has gained recognition in recent years as one of the best deoxidizers and degasifiers for pure copper and copper and nickel-based alloys. It is especially useful for pure copper castings since it does not reduce conductivity. Other deoxidizers reduce conductivity drastically. The production of copper castings with well over 90% conductivity is possible when the proper melting and deoxidation procedures are used.

Belmont 2% Lithium Copper is a solid piece of metal in alloy form which readily dissolves In the molten metal without reaction or disturbance. This is not always the case with pure Lithium encased in a copper cartridge or tube, which may pick up moisture.


2% Lithium Copper is used to eliminate gas holes, porosity and metal oxides while providing the added benefit of increased fluidity.


1 Lb. Pcs. ( 1” x 1” x 4” ) , 3 – 4 Oz. Polished Pcs.

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    2% Lithium Copper
    2% Lithium Copper
    Lithium has the advantage of being able to combine with both oxygen and hydrogen. Used on its own, Lithium will be more of a deoxidizer. Used in a “duplex treatment”, deoxidizing first, then Lithium can be considered a degasifier now available to be a scavenger for hydrogen and other unwanted gasses.
    • 1 Lb. Pcs. 1" X 1" x 4"
    • 3-4 Oz. Polished Pieces
    • 1" x 6" x 12" Slabs
    Belmont Product Code 4981
    Nominal Composition:
    • 98% Cu
    • 2% Li


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