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An alloy is a metallic substance made by melting and combining two or more metals or a metal and a non-metal. The resulting material usually has properties different from those of its component elements. Reade supplies a wide array of alloys including: Ferrous Alloys, Non-ferrous Alloys, and Superalloys.

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Additive Manufacturing Powders
Additive Manufacturing Powders

Reade is proud to offer cutting-edge powders designed for many additive manufacturing applications. Our additive powders are meticulously crafted using state-of-the-art atomization technology. These metal additive powders have undergone rigorous testing and have proven their grit in various additive processes. Whether it's powder bed fusion, direct energy deposition, or binder jet technology, our powders consistently deliver exceptional performance, making them a reliable choice for diverse applications. Embracing metal additive manufacturing processes, often called metal 3D printing, marks a paradigm shift in design freedom, cost-effective manufacturing, and supply chain optimization. These proven processes are revolutionizing industries such as aerospace, oil and gas, automotive, energy, and medical sectors, allowing for the swift and efficient development and deployment of high-performance parts.

Aluminum (Al) Alloy Powders
Aluminum (Al) Alloy Powders
Commercially available P/M aluminum alloy powder compositions consist of pre-alloyed atomized aluminum powders, including various alloying elements such as zinc, copper, magnesium, manganese, titanium, and silicon. Typical aluminum alloys include AA 2000, 4000, 5000, 6000, 7000, and 8000 series high-purity aluminum (99.9%+). Aluminum Alloy Powder Size Range is 5-200 Microns. Additive Manufacturing aluminum alloy powders are available with a particle size distribution of -53/+15 microns. Additive Manufacturing aluminum alloy powder with a coarser grade is also available in a particle size range of -65/+20 microns.
Aluminum-Beryllium (Al-Be) Alloy
Aluminum-Beryllium (Al-Be) Alloy
Al-Be combines the high modulus and low density of beryllium with the strength, ductility, and fabrication ability of aluminum. Al-Be alloys have physical and mechanical properties that exceed standard aluminum alloys. Its mechanical stability, dampening, thermal management, and reduced weight are all enhanced. The alloy has a high modulus-to-density ratio (3.8 times that of aluminum or steel), greatly reducing the chance of flexure and mechanical failure.
Aluminum Bronze-Spherical
Aluminum Bronze-Spherical
Aluminum bronze is a copper-based alloy of which aluminum is the main alloying metal added to copper. The aluminum adds strength, corrosion resistance, hardness, resistance to wear and galling, low magnetic permeability, resistance to cavitation, erosion, softening, and oxidation at elevated temperatures. Aluminum bronze also offers an ease of weldability. These spherical aluminum bronze powders offer excellent packing density, low viscosity mixing, and predictable flow rates.
Babbitt Metal
Babbitt Metal

Babbitt metals are one of several alloys used for the bearing surface in a plain bearing. Babbitt metals are characterized by their resistance to galling. The Babbitt metals provide sufficient softness for excellent conformability and embeddability, offering good fluid-forming properties. They are easily cast, can be rigidly bonded to Cast Iron, Steel, or Bronze, run satisfactorily against a Steel shaft, and show excellent corrosion resistance. Babbitting is a process by which softer metals are bonded chemically or mechanically to a shell or stiffener, which supports the weight and torsion of a rotating, oscillating, or sliding shaft. All Babbitt metals are available as Ingot.

Beryllium Copper
Beryllium Copper

Beryllium Copper is a bronze-colored versatile high-strength copper-based alloy that has high electrical and thermal conductivity and high ductility. It is non-magnetic and non-sparking. It has good corrosion and oxidation resistance. It has excellent metalworking, forming, and machining qualities and can be stamped into complex shapes with tight tolerances

Boron Aluminide (BAl)
Boron Aluminide (BAl)
Boron aluminide is an intermetallic alloy of boron and aluminum with properties similar to both ceramic and metal.
Boron Carbide (B₄C)
Boron Carbide (B₄C)
Boron carbide, or "black diamond", is an extremely hard ceramic material that is a black crystal with a metallic luster. It has physical properties, including hardness, that rank only second to diamond. It is a high-performance abrasive material that is chemically resistant. It has a melting point of 2350ºC high thermal neutron capture capability, is wear-resisting, and has semiconducting properties.
Brass Metal (Cu-Zn)
Brass Metal (Cu-Zn)
A bright alloy consisting mainly of copper (over 50%) and zinc. This alloy is used across multiple industries. Each variation has differing properties, with lower zinc content variations being more ductile and higher zinc variations being harder and stronger. All varieties have excellent machinability, are ductile, corrosion-resistant, and have high electrical conductivity and a low friction nature.
Bronze (Cu:Sn) Powder
Bronze (Cu:Sn) Powder
Bronze is an alloy made from copper and tin. Typically, bronze powder comprises 90% Copper (Cu) and 10% Tin (Sn). The bronze powder can be mixed with a binder to make metallic oil paint. Pre-Alloy Bronze: Copper and tin that has been alloyed pre atomization and is available in irregular, semi-spherical, and spherical particle shape. The individual properties of the pre-alloy bronze products will vary with the different particle shapes. PreMix Bronze: Premix bronze powders are a homogeneous mixture of copper, tin, graphite, iron, and lubricants, typically used for sintered bronze bearings and bushings. White Bronze: White bronze is an alloy made from 60% copper and 40% tin alloy. It is an atomized bronze powder.
Cerro Alloys (Low Melting Point Alloys)
Cerro Alloys (Low Melting Point Alloys)

Reade offers 16 varieties of low-melting-point metals, known as Cerro alloys. These low-melt alloys are metal alloys that have melting temperatures that range between 117º F. and 440º F and contain a mixture of bismuth, lead, tin, cadmium, and/or indium. These alloys expand only ~3.3% of their volume when changing from liquid to solid form, making them ideal for many industrial applications.

Constantan Alloy
Constantan Alloy
A copper-nickel alloy that contains minor amounts of additional elements, in this case, manganese, and iron, to achieve precise values for the temperature coefficient of resistivity for strain gauges. This alloy employs an adequately high strain sensitivity or gauge factor. Its resistivity is high enough to achieve suitable resistance values in very small grids, and its temperature coefficient of resistance is not excessive while having good fatigue life and relatively high elongation capability. Chemical Composition: Cu= 53.8% Ni= 44.2%, Mn= 1.5%, Fe= 0.5%
Copper Phosphorus Alloy
Copper Phosphorus Alloy

Copper Phosphorus (CuP) Alloy is an alloy made from copper being deoxidized with phosphorus. This is the most commonly used deoxidized copper. This master alloy is used as a deoxidant and alloying agent in the copper industry and also has applications in the aluminum, bronze, and brass industry. Copper is corrosion-resistant, but this property becomes enhanced with added phosphor. There is an increase in tensile strength, a reduction in brittleness characteristics, and an improvement in machinability and workability with the phosphorus addition to copper. Reade offers one grade for the aluminum industry and three grades for the copper industry.

Ferro-Tic® Alloys
Ferro-Tic® Alloys

Ferro-Tic® is a family of steel or alloy-bonded carbides and a registered trademark of Ferro-Tic Inc. Extremely hard titanium carbide grains are uniformly distributed through a hardenable steel or alloy matrix. Ferro-Tic alloys are readily machinable in the annealed condition. After machining, they can be hardened up to 70 HRC. Seven different grades of Ferro-Tic® have been formulated to provide a variety of physical and mechanical properties depending on the operating environment. Ferro-Tic® alloys have outstanding properties to withstand the wear caused by corrosion and abrasion and outlast conventional tool steels by 10x. They increase parts' lifetime and productivity via their superior wear resistance while being 10-20% lighter than their steel counterpart and about 50% lighter than tungsten carbide.

Ferro Titanium (FeTi)
Ferro Titanium (FeTi)

Ferro titanium is an alloy composed of iron (Fe) and titanium (Ti). Reade offers a 40% Ferro titanium that is a low aluminum grade. Ferro titanium is used to increase strength, toughness, and resistance to corrosion. It also improves the weldability and machinability of metals it is added to.

FerroAluminum
FerroAluminum
Ferroaluminum (FeAl) is an alloy containing iron and aluminum that has a variety of industrial uses. This ferroalloy usually consists of 40%-60% aluminum but can contain as much as 80%. The presence of iron in aluminum helps in the decrease of casting defects. It improves tensile, yield, and hardness while maintaining strength at high temperatures.
FerroBoron
FerroBoron

Ferroboron (FeB) is an iron-boron alloy containing 10-20% boron. This ferroalloy is the most economical boron additive for steel and several other ferrous metals. It is added to the steel to improve its properties and used in producing amorphous metals.

FerroChromium
FerroChromium

FerroChromium (FeCr) is an alloy containing Iron and Chromium, generally containing 50 to 70% chromium by weight. This ferroalloy is used in producing steel, especially stainless steel, to achieve corrosion resistance, tensile strength, heat resistance, and yield strength.

Ferromanganese
Ferromanganese
Ferromanganese (FeMn) is an alloy of iron and manganese usually containing about 80% manganese. This ferroalloy is used in steel production. It imparts metallurgical properties such as increased strength, hardness, toughness, and hardenability.
FerroNiobium/ FerroColumbium
FerroNiobium/ FerroColumbium

FerroNiobium (FerroColumbium, FeNb) is an alloy of iron and niobium, with a niobium content of 60-70%. This ferroalloy is the main source of niobium alloying of high-strength low-alloy steel (HSLA), increasing steel’s corrosion resistance while making it stronger and lighter than pure steel. Ferroniobium powder helps to increase resistance during high temperatures and prevents corrosion, oxidation, and erosion.

FerroSilicon
FerroSilicon

Ferrosilicon (FeSi) is an alloy of iron and silicon used in steel production. This ferroalloy is used in steel production and casting, increasing hardness and deoxidizing properties and improving the strength and quality of iron steel products.

FerroTantalum
FerroTantalum

FerroTantalum (FeTa), is an alloy containing iron and tantalum. This ferroalloy is used as an additive in the iron and steel industries to form stronger, hardened special steels. The appearance is dark gray.

FerroTungsten
FerroTungsten

Ferrotungsten (FeW) is an alloy containing iron and tungsten. This ferroalloy is used for the production of tungsten-containing steels. Ferro tungsten typically consists of either 75-82% or 70-75% tungsten, depending on its grade. This master alloy is a robust alloy with a high melting point, and the addition of tungsten overcomes iron's brittleness, making it a durable material.

FerroVanadium
FerroVanadium

Ferrovanadium (FeV) is an alloy containing Iron and Vanadium that contains 35-80% vanadium. This ferroalloy is used as an additive to improve the quality of ferroalloys and in manufacturing steel products that need to be lightweight and have high tensile strength. It improves steel's resistance from corrosion to sulfuric and hydrochloric acids and alkali solutions.

Hastelloy Alloys
Hastelloy Alloys

Hastelloy is used for a wide range of chemical processing, pollution control, and waste treatment applications to protect equipment from aqueous corrodents.

Inconel Alloys
Inconel Alloys

Inconel alloys are a class of nickel-chrome-based super alloys characterized by high corrosion resistance, oxidation resistance, strength at high temperatures, and creep resistance. Inconel, however, is harder to machine and harder to work than other alloys. Different Inconels have varying compositions, but all are predominantly nickel, with chromium as the second element. Inconel 600 is a nickel-chromium alloy designed for use from cryogenic to elevated temperatures in the range of 2000 deg F Inconel 617 is a material with excellent resistance to pitting, crevice, and corrosion cracking, has high-temperature strength and oxidation resistance. The alloy also has excellent resistance to a wide range of corrosive environments Inconel 625 is highly resistant to a wide range of organic and mineral acids. Good high-temperature strength. Inconel 718 is a Gamma Prime strengthened alloy with excellent mechanical properties at elevated temperatures and cryogenic temperatures. Suitable for temperatures up to around 1300 F. Can be readily worked and age-hardened.

Indium Tin Oxide (ITO)
Indium Tin Oxide (ITO)
Indium tin oxide (ITO, or tin-doped indium oxide) is a mixture of indium(III) oxide (In₂O₃) and tin(IV) oxide (SnO₂) (90% In₂O₃: 10% SnO₂ by weight). Indium tin oxide (ITO) is a yellow-green powder but transparent and colorless when deposited as a thin film (thicknesses of 1000-3000 angstroms). It is one of the most widely used transparent conducting oxides due to the combination of its electrical conductivity and optical transparency, the ease with which it can be deposited as a thin film, and its chemical resistance to moisture. Thin films of indium tin oxide are deposited by electron beam evaporation or a range of sputter deposition techniques, or other forms of physical vapor deposition. Typical Purity: 99.99% (metals basis)
Invar 36 / Nilvar Metal (FeNi)
Invar 36 / Nilvar Metal (FeNi)

Invar 36 Alloy is a solid single-phase alloy that primarily consists of 36% nickel and iron. Nickel Alloy 36 has a low coefficient of expansion and possesses a thermal expansion rate of approximately one-tenth that of carbon steel. This nickel-iron alloy is tough, versatile, retains good strength at wide ranges of temperature, can be hot and cold formed and machined, and is also weldable.

Iron Aluminide (Fe₃Al)
Iron Aluminide (Fe₃Al)
Iron Aluminide is a high-yield and ultimate tensile strength iron-based alloy with a lower density than stainless steel. It has excellent oxidation and sulfidation resistance at high temperatures.
Magnesium Aluminum Alloy Powder
Magnesium Aluminum Alloy Powder

Mg-AL Alloys with high amounts of magnesium (around 50%) are brittle and more susceptible to corrosion than aluminum making them unsuitable for most engineering uses. These alloys are flammable when powdered, are more resistant to corrosion than pure magnesium, and are more reactive than pure aluminum, making them useful for pyrotechnics as a metal fuel and to produce sparks. The brittleness of the alloy makes it easily broken by a hammer and ground into usable powder, which is beneficial for pyrotechnics. Magnesium Aluminum powder is a silver-gray solid metallic powder.

Manganin Alloy
Manganin Alloy

Manganin is a trademarked name for an alloy of typically 86% copper, 12% manganese, and 2% nickel. It has a very low-temperature coefficient of the resistance value, and its electrical resistance is found to be constant over a range of temperatures.

Metal Solder
Metal Solder
Solder is a versatile metal alloy used for joining or repairing metal components in various industries, including electronics, plumbing, and jewelry making. Made from a combination of metals such as lead, tin, and copper, solder has a low melting point, making it easy to use in various applications. Solder comes in various forms, each with unique properties, making it ideal for specific applications. Regardless of the form, solder is easy to work with and provides a durable bond. Solder also has good electrical conductivity, making it an ideal choice for electrical applications.
Misch Metal
Misch Metal
Misch Metal is an alloy of cerium (50%), lanthanum (25%), neodymium (18%), praseodymium (5%), and other rare earth metals to improve the physical properties of an existing alloy. Misch metal is mixed with iron to improve its malleability. It is added to copper alloys to make them harder. Mischmetal is added to aluminum alloys to make them stronger. In combination with magnesium alloys, mischmetal reduces creep. Nickel alloys are added to reduce oxidation.
Nickel Aluminides
Nickel Aluminides
Nickel Aluminides, Al₃Ni, and Ni₃Al are intermetallic compounds that are useful because they are very strong and hard and melt only at very high temperatures. They also are widely used due to their corrosion resistance, low density, and easy production. A disadvantage is their brittleness at room temperature, which extends to high temperatures for Ni₃Al. Nickel Aluminide, Al₃Ni, is a cermet, that can be flame sprayed, and whose strengthening γ' phase precipitates in nickel-based superalloys, allowing for high-temperature strength up to 0.7-0.8 of its melting temperature.
Nickel Aluminum Bronze
Nickel Aluminum Bronze
Nickel aluminum bronze alloys are copper-based metals that are alloyed with aluminum and additions of iron and nickel. Aluminum content in bronze results in higher strength and corrosion resistance. The addition of nickel enhances both of these properties. The iron acts as a grain refiner, increasing tensile strength without diminishing the alloy's excellent ductility and toughness. Aluminum 9.0% max, Iron 4.0% max, Manganese 1.5% max, Nickel 5% max, Lead 0.03% max, Copper Bal.
Nickel-Chromium Alloys
Nickel-Chromium Alloys

Nickel-Chromium Alloys (NiCr), or Nichrome, are composed of different ratios of nickel and chromium, with the most common being Nichrome 80/20. Nichrome is silver-gray in color, is very durable, and has a very high melting point of ~1400 degrees C. It is resistant to electrical flow, heat, corrosion, and wear. This resistance to oxidation makes nichrome popular for use in heating elements.

Nickel-Manganese Alloy
Nickel-Manganese Alloy

An alloy of nickel (Ni) and manganese (Mn) used as a master alloy (NiM)

Nickel-Silver Alloy
Nickel-Silver Alloy
Nickel silver, also known as German silver, Argentan, paktong, new silver, nickel brass, or alpacca (or alpaca), is a copper alloy with nickel and often zinc. It is named for its silvery appearance and does not contain the element silver (Ag). These blends offer high strength, durability, and high corrosion resistance. Many different formulations of alloys fall within the general term of "Nickel Silver;” include your required chemistry in the additional notes.
Nimonic Alloy
Nimonic Alloy

NIMONIC alloys are primarily composed of nickel and chromium, with other metals, such as titanium or aluminum, added in depending on the variety. These alloys are known for their high temperature, low creep, and high performance. Due to its ability to withstand very high temperatures, Nimonic is ideal for aircraft parts and gas turbine components, such as exhaust nozzles on jet engines, where the pressure and heat are extreme.

Permalloy Alloys
Permalloy Alloys

Permalloy (Ni-Fe) is the generic term for a nickel-iron magnetic alloy with about 20% iron (Fe) and 80% nickel (Ni) content (although other formulations are available. It has a very high magnetic permeability, low coercivity, near zero magnetostriction, and significant anisotropic magnetoresistance. These properties are critical for its industrial applications, allowing it to be used in thin films where variable stresses would otherwise cause large variations in magnetic properties. Superalloy (Ni-Fe-Mo) is an alloy composed of Ni (75%), Fe (20%), and Mo (5%) and is a magnetically soft material with extremely high magnetic permeability and low coercivity.

Piezoelectric Alloy Powders
Piezoelectric Alloy Powders

Reade’s piezoelectric alloy powders are ceramics that can generate a voltage in response to mechanical stress. The following categories of piezoelectric powder are available from Reade: Bismuth Titanate (BiT) Lead Titanate (PT) Barium Titanate (BT) Lead Metaniobate Hard Lead Titanate Zirconate (Hard PZT ) Soft Lead Titanate Zirconate (Soft PZT) "Soft" and "hard" piezo ceramics refer to dipole or domain mobility along with polarization and depolarization behavior. The use or application of the powder will determine which alloy powder is best. For example, soft piezoceramics with low polarity reversal field strengths are used for actuator applications, whereas a hard PZT material is used in high-power acoustic applications. Our lead-free piezo ceramics (BiT and BT) are used especially as ultrasonic transducers or crystalline actuator materials.

Platinum-Rhodium Alloy
Platinum-Rhodium Alloy

Platinum-Rhodium Alloy (PtRh) is a platinum-based binary alloy with up to 30% Rhodium that is a continuous solid solution at high temperatures. Rhodium improves the thermoelectricity, oxidation resistance, and acid corrosion resistance of the alloy to platinum. As the concentration of rhodium increases, so does the chemical resistance and hardness of the alloy.

Raney Nickel (Nickel Aluminide) (NiAl)
Raney Nickel (Nickel Aluminide) (NiAl)
Nickel aluminide (NiAl) is a sintered compound of nickel and aluminum that has good high-temperature heat, thermal shock, and oxidation resistance. It has a low density but sizable transverse rupture strength (twice that of cobalt-bonded titanium carbide) and has impact resistance better than most ceramic, intermetallic compounds, and some cermets. It is used for highly stressed parts in high-temperature equipment. The wire form of Raney nickel wire form is used for welding, flame coating, and hard surfacing. NiAl also is resistant to attack by molten glass and red and white fuming nitric acid. Purity 99.0%
René® Superalloys (41, 80, 95)
René® Superalloys (41, 80, 95)
René® superalloys are age-hardened nickel-chromium alloys that have high strength and are high-temperature and corrosion-resistant. They are suitable for use at both cryogenic temperatures as well as higher temperature use up to 1300 F. René® 41 Chemical Composition Cr= 18.00-20.00%, Ni= remainder, Mo= 9.00-10.50%, Co= 10.00-12.00%, Al= 1.40-1.80%, Ti= 3.00-3.30%, Fe= 5.00% max., plus other minor impurities René 80: Ni= 60.0%, Cr= 14.0%, Co= 9.5%, Ti= 5.0%, Mo= 4.0%, W= 4.0%, Al= 3.0%, C= 0.17%, B= 0.015% and Zr= 0.03% René® 80 Chemical Composition: Ni= 60.0%, Cr= 14.0%, Co= 9.5%, Ti= 5.0%, Mo= 4.0%, W= 4.0%, Al= 3.0%, C= 0.17%, B= 0.015% and Zr= 0.03% René®95 Chemical Composition René 95: Ni= 61.0%, Cr= 14.0%, Co= 8.0%, Mo= 3.5%, W= 3.5%, Nb= 3.5%, Al= 3.5%, Ti= 2.54%, Fe= <0.3%, C= 0.16%, B= 0.01% and Zr= 0.05%
Shape Memory Alloys (SMA)
Shape Memory Alloys (SMA)

Shape Memory Alloys are metallic materials that return to their original shape even if they become deformed after heating. These metals also have a quality called superelasticity.

Silicon-Germanium Alloy
Silicon-Germanium Alloy

Silicon germanium (SiGe) is an alloy that forms very high-speed transistors that can attain switching speeds greater than traditional semiconductors. This enables faster, more efficient devices to be manufactured using smaller, less noisy circuits than conventional silicon conductors. SiGe alloys consume less power, and extending the battery life of hand-held devices allows greater integration of components onto chips.

Stainless Steel Powders
Stainless Steel Powders
Stainless Steel Powder has many characteristics and uses based on the grade and composition. As a whole, one of the key characteristics of stainless steel includes a chromium content between 10-30%. This allows the alloy to be more corrosion-resistant than other steels and have high strength, durability, and high and low-temperature resistance.
Synthetic Cryolite (Na₃(AlF₆)
Synthetic Cryolite (Na₃(AlF₆)
Synthetic cryolite, Na₃(AlF₆), also known as sodium aluminum fluoride or Sodium Hexafluoroaluminate is a snow-white powder. There are two grades available. Powder and U/F.
Titanium Alloys
Titanium Alloys
Titanium alloys contain mixtures of titanium and other chemical elements. They are lightweight alloys with high tensile strength and toughness, even at extreme temperatures. They are also very corrosion-resistant. Titanium alloys are generally classified into four main categories: Alpha alloys which contain neutral alloying elements and alpha stabilizers only and are not heat-treatable. Near-alpha alloys contain a small amount of ductile beta-phase. Alpha-beta alloys are metastable, generally include some combination of alpha and beta stabilizers, and can be heat treated. Beta and near beta alloys are metastable and contain sufficient beta stabilizers to maintain the beta phase when quenched. They can also be solution-treated and aged to improve strength. The ASTM International standard on titanium and titanium alloy seamless pipe reference the following alloys, requiring the following treatment: Grades 1-4 are unalloyed and considered commercially pure. Generally, the tensile and yield strength goes up with the grade number for these "pure" grades. The difference in their physical properties is primarily due to the number of interstitial elements. Grade 7 contains 0.12 to 0.25% palladium. This grade is similar to Grade 2. The small quantity of palladium added gives it enhanced crevice corrosion resistance at low temperatures and high pH. Grade 11 contains 0.12 to 0.25% palladium. This grade has enhanced corrosion resistance.
Tool Steel / High-Speed Steel
Tool Steel / High-Speed Steel

High-Speed Steels / Tool Steel are high-performance special steels combining high toughness and hardness levels, have a high yield limit, high fatigue strength, and high fracture strength, and are suitable when abrasive/adhesive wear resistance is required. Tool steels can hold a cutting edge, resist deformation at elevated temperatures, and are useful for making objects intended to resist tampering (such as locks and hinges). Substantial proportions of elements like tungsten, molybdenum, vanadium, and chromium, which can form carbides, give tool steel these properties.

TZM Molybdenum Alloy
TZM Molybdenum Alloy

Molybdenum alloy TZM is an alloy of molybdenum, titanium, zirconium, and carbon. It has a higher recrystallization temperature, creep strength, and tensile strength than pure molybdenum. AM TZM Powder in two particle size options to accommodate different additive manufacturing techniques. Choose from L-PBF (-50+15µm) and DED (-150+40µm) particle sizes. Additionally, if you have specific size requirements, we are equipped to produce custom sizes tailored to your needs.

Wood's Metal Alloy
Wood's Metal Alloy

Wood's metal is used for heating baths in laboratories and as an antifriction metal. Wood's metal is useful as a low-melting solder, low-temperature casting metal, high-temperature coupling fluid in heat baths, and a fire-melted valve element in building fire sprinkler systems. Another common use is as a filler when bending thin-walled metal tubes. Other uses include making custom-shaped apertures and blocks (for example, electron-beam cutouts and lung blocks) for medical radiation treatment and making metal inlays in the wood. Wood's metal is also useful for repairing antiques.

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