What Is Spelter Metal?


Spelter is a zinc metal, which is sometimes mixed with lead. It does not carry the natural value of gold, silver and bronze but it was used by the Victorians to create beautiful statuary, tableware and personal care items.
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Melting Point Of Spelter 787.15 F.
( ′spel·tər ′säd·ər ) (metallurgy) Brass composed of equal parts of copper and zinc; used in brazing as a filler metal. Also known as brazing
spelter: impure zinc containing about three percent lead and other impurities (especially in the form of ingots)
Metallic ink contains real metal flakes; aluminum flakes, for example, are often used for a silver finish. The metal flakes are of very small size, and not really visible with the
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