Roto203F Low Melt Fusible Bismuth Based, Lead, Tin Alloy Ingot
- in stock
- 1.00 LBS
- Calculated at Checkout
Bulk discount rates
Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
|Buy 15 - 49||and get 3% off|
|Buy 50 - 99||and get 4% off|
|Buy 100 - 249||and get 6% off|
|Buy 250 - 499||and get 9% off|
|Buy 500 or above||and get 12% off|
Sold by the Ingot ~ 1 pound each
An ingot of Roto203F will average approximately 1 pound and consists of 52.5% Bismuth, 32% Lead, 15.5% Tin. Roto203F alloy is a Cadmium-Free alternative for Roto158F for Nuclear Medicine.
Dimensions 4" x 1 1/2" x 3/4”
Great Alloy For Casting Mineral Crystals
Using this alloy to cast mineral crystal at low temperatures to minimize heat damage to the mineral structure. This Alloy works great and doesn't produce any slag.
Low melt bismuth
Excellent quality, great value. The quality makes it very easy to work with. Highly recommend
Easy to work with, nice castings.
Bismuth for lead free projectiles
In California expanding lead free projectiles are the only thing used. My dilemma was being able to harvest with my father’s .54 cap lock Rifle. I am sure this product will expand on impact, even a thousandth and the big ball will do the rest at 50 yards. Great deal allowed me to let me use with my many old guns. Curio relic are my favorite. Thanks
Works well as low-temp solder for chip removal
Using ROTO203F as a low-temp solder for chip removal, works well for that application.