The Belmont Advantage - Critical Zinc Alloys Expand their Role


(May 3,2008)

Belmont Metals, a major manufacturer of non ferrous metals and alloys, is now beginning its second century. Our capability to manufacture custom and unusual alloy products and shapes will remain a major sales theme, together with our diversified inventory of high purity metals and alloys. We can produce small prototype (research) quantities, yet remain committed to our traditions of high quality, manufacturing flexibility and on-time shipments, serving both domestic and international markets. Announcing zinc anodes for cathodic protection. Also offering expanded zinc-based alloys for new industry applications.

Zinc anodes are available for cathodic protection to save Steel ship hulls, piers, pipelines, and boilers from galvanic corrosion and Zinc plating anodes for electroplating.

Belmont also supplies a variety of Zinc-based alloys used in rubber molds, foundry and industrial castings, and as liner backings in rock and cement crushers. Zinc alloys are also used in the ultrasonic solders that seal the cooling coils found in most air conditioners and refrigerators. In the pharmaceutical industry, Belmont's high purity granular Zinc is used in lab reagents, as well as drug and chemical manufacturing. In fact, Zinc is essential to your health-it's a vital component of the immune system, which is why Zinc lozenges are reported to shorten a common cold by four days!

We are the oldest and most varied American producer of low melting alloys, non ferrous metal compositions and shapes. No other single source provider can offer this variety and, therefore, such unbiased metallurgical advice.

Product groups include casting alloys, master alloys, degasifiers, deoxidizers, hardeners, solders, brazing alloys, Miter-Al-Braze Rod, binder alloys, low-melt alloys, cathodic anodes, plating anodes, wire specialties, and chemical-use metals. Metals and alloys include aluminum, beryllium, bismuth, brass, bronze, copper, indium, lead, magnesium, manganese, nickel, pewter, tin, zinc, and many others.

Belmont also provides additional benefits, including speedy deliveries, extending valuable technical data and applications assistance, and providing current price and market information.

Feel free to contact us by phone, fax or e-mail to discuss your particular requirements, including inquiries about custom products not listed in our Site. Detailed product data sheets are available on request, as are bulletins on selected applications topics.

Call the experts at Belmont Metals today at 718-342-4900 or fax your application requirements to 718-342-0175. Visit us at www.belmontmetals.com. We showcase a product bulletin that features articles for all your alloy metals.

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