Non-ferrous metals alloys

Tin, lead and antymony are low melting temperature point metals, but the first two of them found a technical use as pure metals. Nevertheless lead-tin-antimony alloys are used most often. They are very often modified with other elements as for example: As, Bi, Cd, Zn, Cu, Ag, Li etc. Most popular alloys are used as bearing alloys (white metals, babbits), soldering alloys, type alloys, anodes, or so-called fusible alloys (low melting point alloys)