Our pure tin ingots stand out for their high quality.
Tin is a metal with excellent wetting properties and is highly resistant to corrosion, which makes it ideal for coating and protecting other metals.
It melts at a low temperature, is highly fluid when melted, and has a high boiling point. It is a good electrical conductor. Another remarkable quality of tin is that when melted, it produces very little residue.
As already mentioned, the most noteworthy use of tin is to protect steel, copper, iron and other metals against corrosion. Another common use is in the manufacture of bronze, an alloy made from tin and copper. It is also widely used in the welding industry, either pure or alloyed with lead. Moreover, we should also highlight the use of tin in the food industry, such as the coating of cans to preserve food and beverages, bottling and labelling. It is also used to diminish the fragility of glass. More recently, the use of tin has become popular in the electronics industry.
Clerins tailor-made tin ingots
Pure tin is normally supplied in 25-kg ingots. Our warehouses are permanently stocked with these tin ingots in order to ensure rapid, efficient delivery. Moreover, we can always manufacture other weights and sizes of ingots in accordance with your needs
We also supply our clients with tin alloy ingots upon request to guarantee the best possible service.
Whatever your needs in the field of tin ingots, contact us. We will be delighted to assist you.