Lead is a heavy, malleable, bluish grey metal. It is one of the metals most resistant to common corrosion problems.
The largest single use of lead today is in the manufacture of the lead-acid storage battery, a vital part of every automobile. Lead storage batteries are also used to power such specialized vehicles as forklifts & baggage carts.
Lead Alloy with tin is the familiar solder used in plumbing and electronic applications. Lead has a long history of use as a construction material - roofing, piping and caulking are a few of its applications.
We are producers of Pure Lead Ingot with a minimum purity level of 99.97% by weight but achieves purity level of 99.985% in most of cases. Pure Lead Ingot is being produced from Raw Lead Bullion / Remelted and Secondary Lead Ingots / Lead Scraps. Our state-of-the-art Plant is having fifteen Refining Kettle / Pots with capacity of 20 MT, 50 MT & 100 MT.