LEAD & ZINC

ZINC & ALLOYS

 

Zinc is the fourth most widely used metal after Iron, Aluminium, and Copper. It is used for a variety of purposes including galvanizing steel, manufacturing LPG regulators, automobile components, zippers, dry cell batteries, specialty chemicals, alloys, doorknobs, door handles and fittings, paint, rubber and car tires.

 

Annual production capacity of Zinc 60 000 t.

Production is registered at the following international metal exchanges:

London Metal Exchange (LME) – registration of Zinc metal quality 99,995 (SHG) and Shanghai Metal Exchange Market (SHMET) – registration Zinc metal quality 99,995 (SHG); 99,95 and 99,99

 

Portfolio include Zinc Powder 92% and Zinc Alloys, ZAMAK3 and ZAMAK5.

 

LEAD & ALLOYS

 

Lead is a bright and silvery metal with a very slight shade of blue in a dry atmosphere and is used in building construction, lead-acid batteries, bullets and shot, weights, as part of solders, pewters, fusible alloys, and as a radiation shield. Lead has been commonly used for thousands of years because it is widespread, easy to extract and easy to work with.

It is highly malleable as well as easy to smelt.

 

Annual production capacity of Primary Lead is 55 000 t.

Production is registered at the following international metal exchanges:

London Metal Exchange (LME) – registration of lead metal qualities 99.99 and 99.97 and Shanghai Metal Exchange Market (SHMET) – registration Primary Lead metal quality 99,99 and 99,97

Portfolio include Lead for battery, Lead – Antimony and Leaded Tin Bronze.

 

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