Featuring pure Zn shot for precious metal alloying and other uses; Zn plating anodes; Superdie and other Zn alloys for rubber-mold and permanent mold casting, ultrasonic solders.

Special high grade Zn, ACS reagent grade Zn, Zamak die casting alloys, ZA alloys, galvanizing brightener alloys, crusher alloy, slush alloys, plates, and rods.

Zinc is used to make many useful alloys. Brass, an alloy of Zinc that contains between 55% and 95% Copper, is among the best known alloys. The use of Brass dates back 2500 years and was widely used by the Romans and is commonly used today, particularly in musical instruments and many hardware applications that must resist corrosion. Zinc is alloyed with Lead and Tin to make solder, a metal with a relatively low melting point used to join electrical components, pipes, and other metallic items. Other Zinc Alloys include Nickel Silver, typewriter metal, and German Silver.

Roughly one third of all metallic Zinc produced today is used in galvanizing. Zinc is used as a protective coating to an item that is experiencing corrosion. The Zinc can be applied to the object by dipping the item into a pool of molten Zinc, but most often this is accomplished through electroplating. Sacrificial Zinc Anodes are used in cathodic protection systems to protect exposed iron from corrosion. Metallic Zinc is also used for many other applications, including, but not limited to, to make dry cell batteries, roof cladding and die castings.


Die Casting Alloys including Zamak Alloys; Zinc Base Master Alloys for Alloy Additions, Special High Grade Zinc for Karat Gold and other high purity applications; Pure Zinc and Zinc Alloys for Plating; Alloys for Metal Joining


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The benefits of adding titanium to zinc alloys

Zinc in used in many applications from die casting to electroplating. However, zinc, by itself, is brittle and weak. For that reason, it’s often alloyed with other metals, including titanium. When zinc is alloyed with titanium, it becomes lightweight and exceptionally strong. Here at Belmont Metals, we offer zinc titanium alloys for manufacturing processes. Properties…

The benefits of adding aluminum to zinc alloys

Here at Belmont Metals, we offer zinc alloys, which are great for use in soldering applications, die casting and for use as a corrosion-resistant coating. Zinc is often alloyed with other types of metal in order to improve its strength and heat resistance. The Properties of Pure Forms of Zinc Pure forms of zinc are…

Antimony: Possessing Durability and Versatility When Alloyed with Other Metals

Semiconductors, machine bearings, and utensils are all made from varying amounts of metal alloys. Yet these items also possess one common factor: antimony. Antimony is a semi-metal element that comes in both a powdered form as well as a hard and brittle metal. Possessing a silvery, blush white appearance, this element is highly desired when…