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Low-Melting Point 158F Alloy Ingot

Product Features:

    Sold by the Ingot. An ingot of Low-Melting 158F Bismuth Based Alloy will average approximately 1 pound. Melts at approximately 158 degrees F. Low-Melting 158F Bismuth Based Alloy is used to anchor bushings in drill jigs, internal or external support of delicate parts for machining, cores for spinning, fusible…
Price as on: 2017-11-19 14:50:46
24.99  

Product Description

Sold by the Ingot. An ingot of Low-Melting 158F Bismuth Based Alloy will average approximately 1 pound. Melts at approximately 158 degrees F. Low-Melting 158F Bismuth Based Alloy is used to anchor bushings in drill jigs, internal or external support of delicate parts for machining, cores for spinning, fusible mandrels in filament winding, fiberglass lamination, drop hammer and embossing dies, tube bending filler (up to 1 3/4″ diameter), as a heat transfer medium in processing plastics, chemicals, etc. (up to 255 Degrees F), and shielding blocks for nuclear medicine. Wood’s metal, named for American metallurgist B. Wood, is also known as Lipowitz’s alloy or by the commercial names cerrobend, bendalloy or pewtalloy

Product Features

  • 158F Melting Temperature
  • Bismuth, Cadmium, Lead and Tin Alloy
  • Also known as Wood’s Metal
  • An ingot weighs approximately 1 pound
  • NOT FOR GROWING CRYSTALS
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