Tin Metal Powder – 102

Tin Granules, Shot, Ingots, and Powder



Formula 50Sn118.71
Purity 99.9 %
Particle Size -325 mesh
CAS 7440-31-5
Melting Point 231.9 °C
Boiling Point 2270 °C
Density 7.29 G/Cm³
Brinnell Hardness 3.9
Coeff. of Expansion @ 20ºC 19.9 x 10-6
Electric Resistivity 11 Microhm-Cm
Crystal Structure Tetragonal
Applications Abrasives
MSDS Tin-Powder-100-101-102-MSDS(PDF)
Typical Analysis Tin-Powder-102-Typical-Analysis
Form Powder

Cost Per Kilogram

1-2 KG
3-10 KG
11-25 KG
26+ KG
Background Tin is one of the earliest metals known. Tin was used in bronze implements as early as 3,500 BC. Tin was one of the first superconductors to be studied.
Alloy Tin is commonly used as an alloy to make bronze, bell metal, die casting alloy, pewter, soft solder and phosphor bronze.
Corrosion-resistant Coating Tin bonds readily to iron, and is used to coat many metals to prevent corrosion.
Solder Tin is used in solders for electric circuits or joining pipes.