|Standard||ASTM, AISI, JIS, ISO, EN, BS, GB, etc.|
|Size||25kg±1kg per ingot, or size can be customized according to customer needs.|
|Application||It can be used as coating material and has a wide range of applications in the food, machinery, electrical, automotive, aerospace and other industrial sectors.In float glass production, molten glass floats on the surface of a molten tin pool to cool and solidify.|
Silver-white metal, soft and has good ductility. Melting point is 232 ° C, density is 7.29g / cm3, non-toxic.
Tin is a silvery white and soft metal. It is similar to lead and zinc, but it looks brighter. Its hardness is relatively low, and it can be cut with a small knife. It has good ductility, especially at a temperature of 100 ° C, it can develop into a very thin tin foil, which can be as thin as 0.04 mm or less.
Tin is also a metal with a low melting point. Its melting point is only 232 ° C. Therefore, as long as a candle flame can be used to melt it, it can be melted like a liquid with a good fluidity like mercury.
Pure tin has a peculiar property: When the tin rod and the tin plate are bent, a special popping sound like a crying sound is emitted. This sound is caused by friction between the crystals. Such friction occurs when the crystal deforms. Oddly, if you switch to an alloy of tin, you won’t make this cry when deformed. Therefore, people often identify whether a piece of metal is tin based on this characteristic of tin.
Post time: Mar-16-2020