Used for modifying the casting characteristics of alloys and lead. 10% Bismuth added to lead will reduce the melting point producing an alloy with an operating temperature between 260ºC to 300ºC. A 15% addition produces an alloy with an operating temperature between 230ºC to 280ºC.

Adding Bismuth to lead improves the casting characteristics of pure lead and also brings it within the working temperature of RTV101 silicone rubber.

Contains only virgin Bismuth.

MP = 271ºC

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