Lead-antimony

Main Finished goods Alloys Lead-antimony

Type of alloys

Chemical composition

Mass fraction of main components

Mass fraction of impurities, max

antimony

copper

tin

arsenic

lead

copper

arsenic

tin

bismuth

zinc

iron

Total

US

5-6

-

-

0,08-0,2

other

0,06

-

0,01

0,03

0,001

0,005

0,15

SSuA

2-7

-

-

-

0,2

0,05

0,01

0,03

0,001

0,005

0,3

Appearance:

•    Lead-antimony-tin alloys are produced in the form of billets having flat base or as an interlocking form of max 40 kg and blocks of 1000 kg + 10%.  
•  Producer:
Russia
Production and Application:
•  Lead-antimony-tin alloy is produced by smelting lead, antimony, arsenic and other admixtures.
•  These alloys are used in production of cable sheaths, batteries, pipes, pellets, type metal and other alloys, general-purpose products.


Packaging:
•  Each billet and block of lead-antimony-tin alloys must be properly marked, having the impressed symbol of the manufacturer, the type of alloy and the number of smelting. Packages with flat billets and interlocking billets must be secured with steel band that must be locked.


Transportation:
Alloys are transported by any transport, exclusive of aircraft, in accordance with the transportation rules applicable to the respective type of transport. Packages are transported by rail in covered railcars as a single car load.

Storage:
Alloys are stored either in warehouses or under the canopy. Storage does not affect the quality of lead-antimony-tin alloys.