Belmont Special “H” Silicon Bronze Alloy has gained increased popularity in recent years with art and jewelry casters, primarily because of its excellent fluidity, low-drossing tendency, sharp detail reproduction, minimal finishing requirements, high ductility and suitable as a cost-effective alternative to tin bronzes.

 

 

Forms:
  • 1/2" x 14 Mesh Polished Shot
  • 1/2" X 14 Mesh Unpolished Shot
  • 1/2" Polished Cubes
  • 2" Cut Bars
  • 2-20 Ingot
  • 2-5 Ingot
Belmont Product Code4939
Nominal Composition:
  • 92% Cu
  • 4% Si
  • 4% Zn

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