Tin Cut Wire Pieces 99.9% Pure ~1 Pound-Made in USA

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SKU:
TINHIGHGRADEpcs
MPN:
548021
Availability:
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Weight:
1.00 LBS
Shipping:
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Description

Sold By the bag i.e., 1 Quantity = ~ 1 Pound +/- 1/10th of a pound

These are
pieces of pure tin (99.9%) wire, 1/2" diameter or smaller, cut to about 1/2" lengths. Each piece weighs approximately 6/10 of of ounce or 16-18 grams and 25 to 30 nuggets in a bag.

Physical Information

Atomic Number: 50

Relative Atomic Mass (12C=12.000): 118.71
Melting Point: 450 F
Boiling Point: 4100 F
Density: 7.29
Weight Lb/in3: 0.2633



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13 Reviews

  • 5
    Excellent Product

    Posted by Richard Lewis on Sep 2nd 2020

    I like the smaller pieces for mixing batch lots of bullet alloy 30:1, 20:1 and even 40:1 as an experiment with a new rifle barrel.

  • 5
    Tin

    Posted by Gavin Cross on Aug 31st 2020

    I was looking for tin to use in casting bronze. I couldn't ask for a more responsive company and fast delivery.

  • 5
    Tin Pieces

    Posted by Ellie Bresette on Aug 22nd 2020

    Rotometals is great, the cut wire tin pieces work great for smaller batch alloy mixes

  • 5
    Excellent product

    Posted by Aaron Staley on Jul 6th 2020

    High quality

  • 5
    bullet casting metals

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 25th 2020

    Shipping quick, fast service, looks good. But would rather they used the USPS system to ship it, fed ex does not deliver to my place, nd am 50 miles from their facility.

  • 5
    Tin Cut Wire

    Posted by Bob on May 31st 2020

    Works well when I make an alloy for casting bullets.

  • 5
    Easy to use

    Posted by Mark Stripes on Feb 2nd 2020

    It's easy to weigh on a small scale to add just the right amount to harden your bullet alloy. Small batches or large. In small batches the pieces are small enough to add just what is needed and in large batches the small pieces added slowly melt quickly without lowering the temp too much.

  • 5
    Tin cut wire pieces

    Posted by Anthony Cilluffo on Oct 4th 2019

    Good product quality and fast order and shipping turnaround time. I decided to use these instead of the tin/bismuth fishing ingots because the tin/bismuth melts and too low of a temperature and doesn't lend itself well to powder-coating. These are just the ticket if you want lead free fishing tackle.

  • 5
    TIn Metal

    Posted by Henry on Aug 22nd 2019

    This is a great product for re-tinning pots and pans.

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