Bismuth is a white, crystalline, brittle metal with a pinkish sheen. Bismuth is 86% denser than lead and has long been considered the element with the highest stable atomic mass. It is available in commercial or high purity.

Applications :

It can be used as a cemented carbide stabilizer in the manufacture of Jaytee Group Pvt Ltd, as an additive for low carbon steel or aluminum to improve machinability and as a dense material for fishing leads. We are the top bismuth alloys manufacturer and suppliers in India alloying element can be used for the production of Fusible Alloys and bismuth-based low-temperature solders. Standard and special compositions are bismuth, which is alloyed with antimony, cadmium, copper, indium, lead, or tin.

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Form :

It come in various forms, such as sticks, lumps, pellets, granules, powders, pellets, or needles. Bismuth metal are also available in a variety of sizes including bars, cakes, molds, ingots, pellets, pellets, and bars.

It is a delicate metal, about twice as common as gold. In nature, it occurs in its native form free elemental and also as its compounds. It is often associated with the minerals lead, tin, and copper. The most important minerals are bismuthinite (a sulfide) and bismite (an oxide).

It is generally not economical to extract bismuth as a primary product. Rather, most of the time it will be a by-product of the processing of other metallic minerals, particularly lead or other metallic alloys. Like lead (but to a much lesser extent), it is radiogenic and results from the natural radioactive decay of uranium and thorium.

Our Company is one of the best bismuth alloys manufacturer and supplier in India and having several very important uses. Some bismuth salts have been shown to be beneficial in treating indigestion and other minor ailments of the digestive tract. Bismuth is also used as an alloy with lead, cadmium, and other metals in the manufacture of low melting temperature cast alloys, which are widely used to make parts in the aerospace industry. It is added to certain aluminum alloys to improve machinability and to other metals for special applications, and bismuth salts are used in various catalysts.

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99.99% Bismuth Metal

It is commonly used as an alloying element for various Low Melting Point Alloys where it is mixed with other metals such as lead, tin, or cadmium. It is also used as a substitute for lead in other materials. The bars are our largest size available and are 99.99% pure. They also often serve as grain refiners in the foundry industry. Our regular rods can be used as a substitute for lead in soldering applications as they are non-toxic.

Bending metal

It is a bismuth-based low-melting eutectic alloy widely used for bending tubes and rolled or extruded shapes. This alloy, typically used for pipes up to 2-1 / 2 inches in diameter, allows them to be bent or molded to the shape you want without kinks. Without using this material, pipes or molds may bend or bend irregularly. It can also be used for clamping work, fused safety devices, and low-temperature welding.

TRU Bismuth Alloys

It is a bismuth-based low-melting eutectic alloy, whose main characteristic is the minimal change in volume between its liquid and solid-state. This is the highest melting point of the bismuth-based alloys commonly used in the industry and provides an easily moldable material that is ready for use shortly after freezing. It is mainly used to hold parts such as jet engine blades for machining, as well as cast patterns and fuses in safety devices.

60% Bismuth 40% Cadmium Alloy

This material is used for soldering applications mainly on electronic circuit boards and various high voltage or high power applications. With 60% bismuth and 40% cadmium, the shape of the rods is approximately 1/4 'x 1/4 "x 14" long.

99.9% metallic bismuth Metal

It is commonly used as an alloying element for various low melting point alloys where it is mixed with other metals such as lead, tin, or cadmium. It is also used as a substitute for lead in other materials. The needles give you more surface area and can be packed very tight when melted. They have a purity of 99.9%.

99.9% Bismuth Powder

It is commonly used as an alloying element for various low melting point alloys where it is mixed with other metals such as lead, tin, or cadmium. It is also used as a substitute for lead in other materials. Our powder is the best form we offer and has become increasingly popular as a substitute for lead in the manufacture of radiation blankets. The powder is 99% pure.