Lead Ingot

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We proudly stock a large lead ingot inventory with over 300 tons of various alloys in our warehouse ready to ship.

Mars Metal is your source for ingot lead. Lead ingots have managed to acquire a variety of industry specific names. Ingot lead can also be known as lead pigs, bullion or bar lead and range in size from 10 LB ice cube tray ingots to 70 LB large ingots. For more information please see the dimensioned line drawings and renderings below to help you decide on the ingot sizing that suits you best. We are able to provide ingots individually or in bundles.

We Supply:

  • Lead ingots produced to ASTM B29-03 specifications for refined pure at 99.97% and pure lead at 99.94%
  • Lead ingots that tweak the standard purity specifications to include very low sulfur at controlled levels

Purity specifications like those listed above would be used in radiation shielding applications for interlocking lead bricks or nuclear quality pours as well as extrusion lines that require a very consistent lead quality to achieve reliable repeat values.

  • *G2 ballast grade pig lead that would satisfy the requirements of the end user requiring a “heavy metal” lead ballast weight solution

*This material is produced to a 96.5% minimum purity lead level and may contain 1.5-3% Antimony (Sb) and .1-3.5% Tin (Sn)

Mars Metal is able to provide you with very specific lead grades such as:

  • Chemical Copper lead
  • Low sulfur
  • Low bismuth
  • Low silver pure lead
  • Various alloyed lead ingots produced to meet your specifications, such as 3% antimonial bullion (typically used for sailboat keels) or 6% antimonial bullion
We accept Lead Ingot orders for a minimum of 500 lbs from commercial accounts to be used only in industrial, nuclear, medical, veterinary, scientific research, military, and national defence, etc. applications.

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Lead Ingot Information Sheet
Babbitt Alloy Information Sheet
Casting Alloy Information Sheet

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