Lead has the advantages of low...
Lead has the advantages of low melting point, high corrosion resistance, X-ray, γ -ray, and good plasticity, which is often processed into plates and pipes and is widely used in industrial departments such as chemical, cable, battery, and radioactive protection.
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Availability date: 03/01/2013
Metal lead is a kind of heavy non-ferrous metal material with corrosion resistance. Lead has the advantages of low melting point, high corrosion resistance, X-ray, γ -ray, and good plasticity, which is often processed into plates and pipes and is widely used in industrial departments such as chemical, cable, battery, and radioactive protection.
High-purity and ultra-high purity Leads (Pb) materials are crucial components for the research, development, and production of advanced technologies which require optimum properties, performance, and quality.
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Lead is primarily used in the manufacture of compound semiconductors, refrigerating elements, infrared photoelectric converting devices, high efficient thermo-element, and solder, etc.
Lead is a raw material for manufacturing batteries, cables, bullets, and ammunition and is an additive to gasoline. Lead compounds are used as raw materials for pigments, glass, plastics, and rubber. Metal lead has excellent acid and alkali corrosion resistance, it is widely used in manufacturing chemical and metallurgical equipment. Lead alloys are used as bearings, movable type gold, and solders, etc. In addition, lead has pioneered some new uses. If used as a stabilizer for asphalt to extend pavement life; high power battery set for manufacturing nuclear plant shielding and nuclear waste tanks, electric power department to adjust load, and magnetohydrodynamic devices.
Lead is packed with dacron film, then covered with a sealed plastic film bag or in a polyethylene bottle.