GENERAL PROPERTIES

CHEMICAL SYMBOL

Zn

ATOMIC WEIGHT

65.38

SPECIFIC GRAVITY

7.14

MELTING POINT

419.4 űC

BOILING POINT

907 űC

*Chemical Engineers’ Handbook R.H. Perry Ed. 1973
A shiny white ductile and malleable metal, able to be alloyed, specially with aluminum, lead, cadmium, copper and magnesium.

SHAPE, SIZE AND PACKAGING:
Slabs weighing approximately 25 Kgs. (55 lbs.) 40 slabs strapped with galvanized steel bands in bundles weighing approximately 1,000 Kgs. (2,205 lbs.)
Jumbo blocks weighing approximately 1,100 Kgs. (2,400 lbs.)
In strip jumbo blocks weighing approximately 1,100 Kgs. (2,400 lbs.)
In super jumbo weighing approximately 3,000 Kgs. (6,600 lbs.)

SPECIAL HIGH
TYPICAL ANALYSIS:
(%)
GRADE (S.H.G.)
HIGH GRADE (H.G.)
PRIME WESTERN (P.W.)

Zinc

min.

99.995

99.9

98.5

Lead

max.

0.0027

0.03

0.7 - 1.20

Iron

max.

0.002

0.02

0.04

Cadmium

max.

0.0005

0.02

0.2

Aluminum

max.

0.001

0.01

0.01

Copper

max.

0.0007

0.2

 

Tin

max.

0.0002

   

Non Zinc

max.

0.01

0.1

2

ASTM B6 87 SPECIFICATION IS GUARANTEED BY MET-MEX

CONTINUOUS GALVANIZING GRADE & MASTER ALLOYS Specifications according to the customer’s needs.

SPECIAL ALLOYS Met-Mex Peñoles produces special alloys according to the specifications and presentation required by customers.

USES:
Anticorrosive coating
Sun protection cream
Paints
Sulfates
Die castings
Brass
Batteries
Vulcanization
Plants’ micronutrient