|Standard||ASTM, AISI, JIS, ISO, EN, BS, GB, etc.|
|Size||The weight of the small ingot can be: 48kg ± 3kg, 42kg ± 2kg, 40kg ± 2kg, 24kg ± 1kg;The weight of the large ingot can be: 950 kg ± 50kg, 500 kg ± 25kg.
Packaging: Small ingots are packed with non-corrosive packing tape. Large ingots are supplied as bare ingots.
|Application||Mainly used in the manufacture of batteries, coatings, warheads, welding materials, chemical lead salts, cable jackets, bearing materials, caulking materials, Babbitt alloys and X-ray protective materials.|
Lead ingots are divided into large ingots and small ingots. The small ingot is a rectangular trapezoid, with a bundling groove at the bottom and protruding ears at both ends. The large ingot is trapezoidal, with T-shaped bumps at the bottom, and gripping troughs on both sides. The lead ingot is rectangular, with protruding ears at both ends, blue-white metal, and is relatively soft. The density is 11.34g / cm3, and the melting point is 327 ° C.
Lead ingots should be shipped with non-corrosive substances to prevent rain, and should be stored in a ventilated, dry, non-corrosive substance warehouse. During the transportation and storage of lead ingots, the white, off-white, or yellow-white films formed on the surface are determined by the natural oxidation properties of lead, and are not used as a basis for scrap.
Post time: Mar-16-2020