Prime Western Zinc 98.65%

Zinc, a bluish-white moderately hard metal is very common and is used especially to make brass and as a protective coating for things made of iron and steel. It is brittle at room temperature and at temperatures above 150°C, being workable only in the range between 100°C and 150°C. It is a dynamic metal and will dislodge hydrogen even from dilute acids. The principal use of zinc is for the galvanizing of iron sheets or wires.

Component Prime Western Zinc (PW) (typical values)
Zinc, Min 98.65%
Lead, Max 1.23 %
Cadmium, Max 50 ppm
Iron, Max 250 ppm
Copper, Max 250 ppm
Antimony, Max 150 ppm
Arsenic, Max 200 ppm
Silver, Max 100 ppm
Total, Max 13,300 ppm

Used for die-casting alloy battery industry
Used in Painting/ Printing/Dyeing/pharmaceutical/rubber industry etc.
Chemical industries
Manufacture of brass, manganese bronze, galvanized iron, dry battery

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