Lead Alloys

Lead alloys is a very special type of lead ingot. Not often the same and mixed / alloyed with other elements to change the properties of the metal. The most common lead alloys are:

Lead antimony
Lead calcium
Lead tin
Lead copper
Lead selenium

Lead alloyed with antimony or calcium is mainly used by the lead acid battery manufacturers to produce battery grids which are more durable. Alloys with tin are used for
solder and alloys with copper also called copper lead are used by the lead sheet manufacturers. Each lead alloy has it's own characteristics.

Packed on a pallet and sealed with plastic foil.

Sizes, weight per ingot, type of alloy upon customer specification.

Minimum order quantity: 10.000 kg

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