Lead – Antimony alloys have high corrosion resistance in most enviroments. They form a protective, impermeable film even faster than pure lead and in some cases even faster than chemical lead. It is found that except in the presence of florine compunds, 6% antimonial lead is more resistant to corrosion than is soft lead. 6% Antimony, 92% Lead this is by far the most popular with target shooters. Good castability. Somewhat brittle. Moderate cost.

Forms:
  • 2-8 Ingot
  • Rods
  • Sheet
Belmont Product Code5933
Nominal Composition:
  • 93% Pb
  • 6% Sb
  • 1% Sn

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