Tin Powders are used in applications as far ranging as self lubricating bearings, friction materials, chemical formulations, metal bonded abrasive wheels, cutting tools, and many more. Only the highest quality material and production methods are used to consistent quality.

Forms:
  • #100 Atomized Powder
  • 100 Mesh Powder
Belmont Product Code7005
Nominal Composition:
  • 99.85% Sn
  • Bal

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