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Tin Alloys

Electroplating creates the largest demand for Tin and Tin alloys in anode form and various coatings for a variety of products, the largest being Tin Plate.   Tin anodes are used to deposit a thin layer of metal onto a substrate.   Ney can supply a broad selection of custom alloys for anodes for your plating needs.

Tin solders create the second largest demand for Tin, especially now that Lead free, Cadmium free and Antimony free solders are in great demand.  The Tin, when added to solders, becomes a good “wetting agent” since it adheres to a large variety of base metals.  Since the melting point of a Tin alloy is considerably lower than the melting points of the base materials, it can be safely used to create a bond on a molecular level. 

We alloy our Tin with many other base metals, including bismuth, copper and silver to produce solders that replaced the Tin/Lead solders for plumbing joints, electronic circuit boards and many other components.  Ney can also add small amounts of various non-ferrous base metals to create a custom alloy for any of your solder needs.  We produce alloys from the Hot Dipped process for Tin coatings of wires, food handling equipment and other processes to the Tin-zinc solders for joining aluminum as well as Tin-antimony solders for plumbing and Tin-silver solders when an application requires joints with high creep resistance.

Of course we can still offer the standard Tin/Lead solders, such as 40/60, 50/50 and 60/40, currently used in non-potable systems such as joining cables or in copper radiators and heat exchangers.

Eutectic and Non Eutectic alloys contain varying amounts of Tin and are used for a variety of industries from fire suppressant applications to jigging materials to tube bending of thin wall cross sections.  We can produce every formula and temperature that contains Tin, Bismuth, Lead, Indium and other necessary base metals. Ask for our Tradename NEYLO Alloys for quality assurance.

Pewter is a Tin-base, white metal alloy that normally contains antimony and copper. In the 1700’s, pewter contained Tin and lead, but the finish was very dull.  Lead is no longer used in true pewters, due to toxicity issues.   Modern formulas now contain antimony, copper, bismuth and even silver. Ney has an extensive history in formulating Pewter

Bearing Materials: Because Tin has a low coefficient of friction and can adhere to many base metals, it is an ideal material to be used as a bearing material. However, Tin is relatively soft and not good for structural applications.  When it is used as a Babbitt, it is mixed with copper and antimony which increases tensile strength, fatigue resistance and hardness.  Tin is also added to a Lead-base Babbitt to improve strength and reduce the tendency for Lead to extrude itself out of the bearing under heavy loads.  The lead works well as a lubricant for certain types of bearings and at a lower cost.  Ask for our Tradename NEYLITE Alloys for your very next repair.

When designing a bearing alloy, it is important to balance between strength (hardness) and softness. Aluminum-Tin bearing alloys have been designed as a compromise between those requirements.   They are usually used with hardened steel or iron when significantly higher loads are required. Sometimes small amounts of nickel and copper are added for heavy duty applications.

Battery Alloys. Tin is now used in Lead-calcium- alloys to reduce gassing and creating maintenance free batteries that do not require additions of water.  The Tin alloys replace the need for antimony-lead alloys.

Organ Pipe Alloy also can be made from Tin-Lead and Tin-Copper and are used in the manufacturing of pipes with varying tones. These materials are sometimes custom formulated to help produce those diapason tones that organs require. These are made of alloys with varying Tin content as high as 90%.

Dental alloys:  Silver has been used for making amalgams that contain Tin.  With the move away from them because of the mercury content, new composite materials have been developed but Tin is still used when porcelain veneers are added to gold alloys for high-grade dental restoration.  Again, since Tin is such a good wetting agent, it is added to the gold alloy to help create a bond with the porcelain.

Ney has extensive experience creating Tin based alloys for a myriad of industries and uses.  We can offer custom formulas to meet your needs.  Please contact our sales department for additional information.

Featured Product Specifications

Product
Name
Ney
Product
Code
Form Product
Description
60/40 TIN LEAD SOLDER ALLOY 760NREG 4-5 Ney Ingot (100 lb. Minimum) Tin: 60% with Lead.

The most popular Tin / Lead Solder available. Has a low melting range.
50/50 Tin Lead Solder Alloy 750NB 1# bar (100 lb. Minimum) Tin: 50% with Lead.

A Tin / Lead Solder used for non eutectic applications where a higher temperature is required.
40/60 Tin Lead Solder Alloy 740NB 1# bar (100 lb. Minimum) Tin: 40% with Lead.

A Tin / Lead Solder used for economical applications. A Popular alloy for copper heat exchangers and radiators.
117 Degree F Low Melting Alloy 2451AN 2 lb Cake Even Weight 44.7% Bismuth, 5.3% Cadmium, 22.6% Lead, 19.1% Indium, 8,3% Tin.

 This is a low melt alloy that melts at approximately 117F.
136 Degree F Low Melting Alloy 2491AN 2 lb Cake Even Weight 49% Bismuth, 18% Lead, 21% Indium, 12% Tin.

This low melt alloy melts at approximately 136 F and does not contain Cadmium. The industry also refers to it a Low Alloy
158 Degree F Low Melting Alloy 250NY158 2 lb Cake Even Weight 50% Bismuth, 10% Cadmium, 26.7% Lead, 13.3% Tin.

This low melt alloy melts at approximately 136 F and does not contain Cadmium. The industry also refers to it a Low Alloy
Lead Free Pewter with Silver 798NENTB 4-5 Ingot Tin: 97-99% with Bismuth and Silver in a proprietary formula.

This is a high purity Tin based Lead Free Pewter Alloy, that meets or exceeds most Lead Free requirements. We certify it to be less than 50 ppm Lead Content. It works well in Spin Cast Rubber or Silicone Molds for designs with thick cross sections or a smooth, polished finish and some malleability.
Lead Free Pewter (Britannia) 791NR8 4-5 Ingot Tin: 91-93% with Antimony and Copper.

This is a Lead Free Pewter, also referred to as a Britannia Alloy that works well in Spin Cast Molds for designs, such as Fashion (Costume) Jewelry, with thin cross sections or fine filigree and maximum detail requiring less malleability and more strength.
Lead Free Pewter (Gravity Cast) 791NB7 4-5 Ingot Tin: 91-93% with Antimony and Copper.

This Lead Free Pewter Alloy is high in Copper to allow it to work well in Open Face, Gravity Pour, Sand and Cast Iron Molds with maximum detail. Has good strength.
Custom Spin Cast Pewter with Lead 792N9244 4-5 Ney Ingot (100 lb. Minimum) Tin: 91-93% with Lead and Antimony. Balance of Formula is Proprietary.

The Original Leaded Pewter Alloy that has been used for Pewter Figurines , It works well in Spin Cast Rubber and Silicone Molds. Contains Lead to reduce porosity and High Antimony for better flow and strength.
Custom Spin Cast Pewter with Lead 793ND1 4-5 Ney Ingot (100 lb. Minimum) Tin: 91-93% with Lead and Antimony. Balance of Formula is Proprietary.

A Leaded Pewter Alloy that works well in Spin Cast Rubber and Silicone Molds for castings that are plated. Contains Lead to reduce porosity and Low Antimony for Malleability and Less Porosity.
NEYLITE Grade # 1 ASTM Babbitt 791N#1 4-5 Ingot FORMULA: Tin: 90-92%, Lead: .35% max, Antimony: 4.0-5.0%, Copper: 4.0-5.0%

Tin Based Babbitt that is slightly softer than Grade 2 Babbitt. For applications requiring high speed but less pressure.
NEYLITE Grade # 2 ASTM Babbitt 788NGEN 4-5 Ingot FORMULA: Tin: 88-90%, Lead: .35% max, Antimony: 47.0-8.0%, Copper: 3.0-4.0%

We can offer several variations of the Grade #2 (GEN or Governement) Babbitts. This is the most diversified Babbitt available. It is used for high speed and low pressure applications. Ideal for repairing older airplane, automobile, boat, tin based Babbitt and not Lead as a Babbitt and steel liner. Good for old connecting rods, crank pins, compressors, cutters, centrifugal pumps, dynamos,bus and diesel train engines and railway car axle bearings that used a mill gearings, elevators, arbors, trimmers, steam cylinders, steam pumps, band saws, swing saws, and tube mills that turn at high speed.
NEYLITE Grade # 3 ASTM Babbitt 784N8488 4-5 Ingot FORMULA: Tin: 83-85%, Lead: .35% max, Antimony: 7.5-8.5%, Copper: 7.5-8.5%

 Heavy Duty Tin Based Babbitt For High Speed, High Loads and High Shock applications. Can also be used as a general purpose high speed Babbitt for thin bearings of light running machinery with light to medium pressures such as compressors, electric motors, pumps and stationary engine parts.
NEYLITE Grade # 4 ASTM Babbitt 781N#4 4-5 Ingot FORMULA: Tin: 80.5-82.5%, Lead: .25% max, Antimony: 12.0-14.0%, Copper: 5.0-6.0%

 Originally designed as a Thrust Washer Babbitt this hardware grade Babbitt can be used for various non-critical low speed applications. We now custom make it for specific applications requiring Grade # 4 Babbitt. 
60/40 TIN LEAD SOLDER ALLOY
Ney Product Code 760NREG
Form 4-5 Ney Ingot (100 lb. Minimum)
Product Description Tin: 60% with Lead.

The most popular Tin / Lead Solder available. Has a low melting range.
50/50 Tin Lead Solder Alloy
Ney Product Code 750NB
Form 1# bar (100 lb. Minimum)
Product Description Tin: 50% with Lead.

A Tin / Lead Solder used for non eutectic applications where a higher temperature is required.
40/60 Tin Lead Solder Alloy
Ney Product Code 740NB
Form 1# bar (100 lb. Minimum)
Product Description Tin: 40% with Lead.

A Tin / Lead Solder used for economical applications. A Popular alloy for copper heat exchangers and radiators.
117 Degree F Low Melting Alloy
Ney Product Code 2451AN
Form 2 lb Cake Even Weight
Product Description 44.7% Bismuth, 5.3% Cadmium, 22.6% Lead, 19.1% Indium, 8,3% Tin.

 This is a low melt alloy that melts at approximately 117F."
136 Degree F Low Melting Alloy
Ney Product Code 2491AN
Form 2 lb Cake Even Weight
Product Description 49% Bismuth, 18% Lead, 21% Indium, 12% Tin.

This low melt alloy melts at approximately 136 F and does not contain Cadmium. The industry also refers to it a Low Alloy"
158 Degree F Low Melting Alloy
Ney Product Code 250NY158
Form 2 lb Cake Even Weight
Product Description 50% Bismuth, 10% Cadmium, 26.7% Lead, 13.3% Tin.

This low melt alloy melts at approximately 136 F and does not contain Cadmium. The industry also refers to it a Low Alloy"
Lead Free Pewter with Silver
Ney Product Code 798NENTB
Form 4-5 Ingot
Product Description Tin: 97-99% with Bismuth and Silver in a proprietary formula.

This is a high purity Tin based Lead Free Pewter Alloy, that meets or exceeds most Lead Free requirements. We certify it to be less than 50 ppm Lead Content. It works well in Spin Cast Rubber or Silicone Molds for designs with thick cross sections or a smooth, polished finish and some malleability."
Lead Free Pewter (Britannia)
Ney Product Code 791NR8
Form 4-5 Ingot
Product Description Tin: 91-93% with Antimony and Copper.

This is a Lead Free Pewter, also referred to as a Britannia Alloy that works well in Spin Cast Molds for designs, such as Fashion (Costume) Jewelry, with thin cross sections or fine filigree and maximum detail requiring less malleability and more strength."
Lead Free Pewter (Gravity Cast)
Ney Product Code 791NB7
Form 4-5 Ingot
Product Description Tin: 91-93% with Antimony and Copper.

This Lead Free Pewter Alloy is high in Copper to allow it to work well in Open Face, Gravity Pour, Sand and Cast Iron Molds with maximum detail. Has good strength."
Custom Spin Cast Pewter with Lead
Ney Product Code 792N9244
Form 4-5 Ney Ingot (100 lb. Minimum)
Product Description Tin: 91-93% with Lead and Antimony. Balance of Formula is Proprietary.

The Original Leaded Pewter Alloy that has been used for Pewter Figurines , It works well in Spin Cast Rubber and Silicone Molds. Contains Lead to reduce porosity and High Antimony for better flow and strength."
Custom Spin Cast Pewter with Lead
Ney Product Code 793ND1
Form 4-5 Ney Ingot (100 lb. Minimum)
Product Description Tin: 91-93% with Lead and Antimony. Balance of Formula is Proprietary.

A Leaded Pewter Alloy that works well in Spin Cast Rubber and Silicone Molds for castings that are plated. Contains Lead to reduce porosity and Low Antimony for Malleability and Less Porosity.
NEYLITE Grade # 1 ASTM Babbitt
Ney Product Code 791N#1
Form 4-5 Ingot
Product Description FORMULA: Tin: 90-92%, Lead: .35% max, Antimony: 4.0-5.0%, Copper: 4.0-5.0%

Tin Based Babbitt that is slightly softer than Grade 2 Babbitt. For applications requiring high speed but less pressure."
NEYLITE Grade # 2 ASTM Babbitt
Ney Product Code 788NGEN
Form 4-5 Ingot
Product Description FORMULA: Tin: 88-90%, Lead: .35% max, Antimony: 47.0-8.0%, Copper: 3.0-4.0%

We can offer several variations of the Grade #2 (GEN or Governement) Babbitts. This is the most diversified Babbitt available. It is used for high speed and low pressure applications. Ideal for repairing older airplane, automobile, boat, tin based Babbitt and not Lead as a Babbitt and steel liner. Good for old connecting rods, crank pins, compressors, cutters, centrifugal pumps, dynamos,bus and diesel train engines and railway car axle bearings that used a mill gearings, elevators, arbors, trimmers, steam cylinders, steam pumps, band saws, swing saws, and tube mills that turn at high speed."
NEYLITE Grade # 3 ASTM Babbitt
Ney Product Code 784N8488
Form 4-5 Ingot
Product Description FORMULA: Tin: 83-85%, Lead: .35% max, Antimony: 7.5-8.5%, Copper: 7.5-8.5%

 Heavy Duty Tin Based Babbitt For High Speed, High Loads and High Shock applications. Can also be used as a general purpose high speed Babbitt for thin bearings of light running machinery with light to medium pressures such as compressors, electric motors, pumps and stationary engine parts."
NEYLITE Grade # 4 ASTM Babbitt
Ney Product Code 781N#4
Form 4-5 Ingot
Product Description FORMULA: Tin: 80.5-82.5%, Lead: .25% max, Antimony: 12.0-14.0%, Copper: 5.0-6.0%

 Originally designed as a Thrust Washer Babbitt this hardware grade Babbitt can be used for various non-critical low speed applications. We now custom make it for specific applications requiring Grade # 4 Babbitt. "