Alcobra produces high-quality lead ingots for a range of purposes, ensuring safety measures are met in delivering. Lead ingots are known by a handful of other names as well, including bullion or bar lead, and lead pigs. We also produce sheet lead, which can be found on our main products page.
It is important to handle lead safely as it is toxic if eaten or inhaled. Lead exposure is known to cause long-term damage to the reproductive system, muscles, joints, and brain. It is essential to wear proper protective equipment when handling lead in any way that may lead to inhalation or digestion.
Lead ingots can be used for a variety of different products, from fishing sinkers to bullets. They can also be ordered by hobbyists to create their own high-quality hunting ammunition.
Lead ingots are harmful if swallowed or inhaled. It's essential to wear proper safety equipment when handling or melting lead in any form.
Touching lead doesn't cause lead poisoning, though gloves should be used as a precaution. Lead is dangerous if inhaled or swallowed, leading it to enter the bloodstream.
Yes, you should wear a mask and other protective gear when handling lead. Soldering can produce dust and fumes that are hazardous, and lead exposure leads to chronic health issues with reproduction, digestion, memory, concentration, muscles, and joints.
Lead is insoluble and doesn't usually bond with the alloys in steel.