Tin / Tin Alloy Nonferrous Metals and Alloys Datasheets

Indium Metal -- 117°F Eutectic Fusible Alloy Bar
from Indium Corporation

Fusible Alloys include a group of binary, ternary, quaternary, and quinary alloys containing Bismuth, lead, tin, cadmium and indium. The term fusible alloy refers to any of the more than 100 white-metal alloys that melt at relatively low temperatures. Fusible alloys are materials that melt at less... [See More]

  • Nonferrous: LowMelting; Bismuth; Indium; Lead; Tin; Miscellaneous Nonferrous Metal or Alloy
  • Shape / Form: Semi-finished, Mill Stock or Near Net Shapes; Bar Stock
  • Specialty / Other Types: Specialty; Cadmuim
  • Applications: Sealing in Cryogenic Applications, Soldering/Fusing
1015 BABBITT -- 5752
from Belmont Metals, Inc.

Babbitt Metals. Featuring tin-base and lead-base babbitts to ASTM, SAE, government, Navy specifications; special and custom alloys. The use of bearing materials to reduce bearing friction can be traced at least back to the Roman chariot days. Soft metals such as Tin and Lead were unsuccessfully... [See More]

  • Nonferrous: LowMelting; Tin
  • Shape / Form: Ingot or Billet; Wire
  • Specifications: ASTM / ASME; SAE; ASTM B-23 Grade 2
Precios Metals for Semiconductor Applications
from Umicore Materials

Precious Metals (PMs) e.g. Silver, Gold and Platinum are used in the field of Semiconductors and Microelectronics. PMs thin film layers can serve as barrier against oxidation for retaining good electrical connectivity, as medium for soldering, as electrical contact layer, as alloy constituent for... [See More]

  • Nonferrous: Zinc; PreciousNoble; Silver; Platinum; Gold; LowMelting; Tin
  • Applications: Electronics or semiconductors; Semiconductors
  • Shape / Form: Granules, Discs