The principal uses of Cadmium are in low melting-point alloys and in the manufature of paint. Due to a low coefficient of friction and its resistance to fatigue, cadmium is often used in bearing and solder. It is also used extensively in electroplating, which accounts for about 60% of its use.

  • .79" Diameter Wire
  • 1/4" Diameter Wire
  • 1/8" Diameter Wire
  • 3/16" Diameter Wire
  • 3/32" Diameter Wire
Belmont Product Code 3006
Nominal Composition:
  • 99.95% Cd
  • Trace

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