We offer Ultra Pure Tin that is used for specific applications where higher grades are required. Our grade is refined to the highest standards. Ultra Pure Tin has extremely low levels of lead, cadmium, antimony, and copper. And we offer this material in a variety of forms that we can tailor to your application.

Forms:
  • 8-20 Mesh Shot
  • Approx. 1 Lb. Bars
  • Approx. 53 Lb. Pigs
  • Approx. 5 Lb. Ingots
Belmont Product Code 7004
Nominal Composition:
  • 99.99% Sn
  • Bal

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