https://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/melting-temperature-metals-d_860.html

Melting temperatures of some common metals and alloys. ... en: melting temperature metals; es: metales temperatura de fusión; de: Schmelztemperatur Metallen.

https://www.steelforge.com/literature/metal-melting-ranges/

All Metals & Forge Group is an ISO 9001:2008, AS/EN9100:2009 Rev. C manufacturer of open die forgings and seamless rolled rings.

https://www.onlinemetals.com/en/melting-points

Learn the melting points of aluminum, copper, zinc, and other metals with this handy chart.

http://www.teknopoli.com/PDF/Melting_Points_Metals.pdf

Melting Points of Metals. Elements. Symbol. Melting Point °C Melting Point Fahrenheit. Aluminum. Al. 659. 1218. Brass (85 Cu 15 Zn). Cu+Zn. 900-940. 1652- ...

https://www.americanelements.com/meltingpoint.html

Melting points of steel, copper, aluminum, iron, metals, alloys, other organic & inorganic materials: American Elements Toolbox.

https://www.engineersedge.com/materials/metal_melting_temperatures_13214.htm

Melting Temperature of Metals Table Chart. The melting point (or, rarely, liquefaction point) of metals is the temperature at which a substance changes state from ...

http://uniweld.com/resources/safety/melting-point-chart/

Melting Point. °F, °C. Aluminum ... Steel, Low Carbon (0.15% to 0.40% carbon), 2600, 1427. Stainless Steel, (18% Chromium, 8% Nickel), 2550, 1399. Titanium ...

https://www.lenntech.com/periodic-chart-elements/melting-point.htm

This list contains the 118 elements of chemistry. ... The chemical element with the lowest melting point is Helium and the element with the ... There you can find the metals, semi-conductor(s), non-metal(s), inert noble gas(ses), Halogens, ...

https://www.angstromsciences.com/melting-points-of-elements-reference

Angstrom Science provides Melting Points of Elements Reference to help users with data regarding sputtering technology.

https://blog.esslinger.com/metal-melting-point-chart/

Jun 11, 2014 ... Find out about the melting point of metals on this convenient metal melting point chart from Esslinger and Company.