Hs code 79011100

CAS Number          7440-66-6

Zinc Ingots

We are dealing refined zinc metal, which is used in a number of applications including galvanizing, oxides, die castings and alloys.


FORM             WEIGHT

Special High Grade (SHG)

Standard Ingots            25 Kgs


Jumbo Ingots            1000 Kgs

Continuous Galvanizing Grade (CGG)

Jumbo Ingots            1000 Kgs

High Grade (HG)

Standard Ingots            25 Kgs


Jumbo Blocks               600 Kgs

Prime Western (PW)

Standard Ingots             25 Kgs

Electro-Plating SHG(EPG SHG)

Standard Ingots            25 Kgs

Hindustan Zinc Die-Cast Alloy(HZDA)

Standard Ingots              9 kgs

We are  dealing Special High Grade zinc products are LME registered products under the brand names

HZL SHG 99.995
HZL Zn SHG 99.995
Vedanta SHG 99.995
Vedanta Zn SHG 99.995

For more information view our Product Fact Sheet

Application Of Zinc

About 13 million tons of zinc is produced annually worldwide. Around 58% of the amount is used for galvanizing to protect steel from corrosion. Approximately 14% is used the production of zinc die casting alloys. Nearly 9% of the zinc is also utilized for oxides and chemicals and about 10% is used in Brass semis and castings.


Zinc is one of the best forms of protection against corrosion and is used extensively in building & construction, infrastructure, household appliances, automobiles, steel furniture and in other applications where lasting steel products are required. As a galvanizing agent, zinc coating sacrifices itself to protect the underlying steel from getting corroded.

Zinc Oxide:

The most widely used zinc compound, zinc oxide is used in the vulcanization of rubber, as well as in ceramics, paints, animal feed, pharmaceuticals and several other products and processes. A special grade of zinc oxide has long been used in photocopiers.

Die Castings:

Zinc is an ideal material for die casting and is extensively used in hardware, electrical equipments, automotive and electronic components. Zinc die cast alloys find use in production of highly durable and visually appealing hardware fittings.


Zinc is extensively used in making alloys, especially brass, which is an alloy of copper and zinc.

Rolled Zinc:

Zinc sheets are used extensively in the building industry for roofing, flashing and weathering applications. These are also used in graphic art to make plates and blocks, as well as battery callouts and coinage. Rolled, pure zinc sheets are widely used in ship-building industry to protect the parts of the hull exposed to harsh corrosive conditions.

Zinc Alloy:

Zinc Die Casting Alloy (HZDA)

Appearance silver-gray
Standard atomic weight Ar, std (Zn)  65.38(2) [1]
Melting point          692.68 K (419.53 °C, 787.15 °F)
Boiling point           1180 K (907 °C, 1665 °F)
Density (near r.t.) 7.14 g/cm3
when liquid (at m.p.)       6.57 g/cm3
Heat of fusion         7.32 kJ/mol
Heat of vaporization        115 kJ/mol
Molar heat capacity          25.470 J/(mol·K)
Vapor pressure
P (Pa)            1         10       100    1 k      10 k   100 k
at T (K)         610    670    750    852    990    1179
Atomic properties
Oxidation states    −2, 0, +1, +2 (an amphoteric oxide)
Electro negativity Pauling scale: 1.65
Ionization energies          
1st: 906.4 kJ/mol
2nd: 1733.3 kJ/mol
3rd: 3833 kJ/mol
Atomic radius         empirical: 134 pm
Covalent radius     122±4 pm
Van der Waals radius      139 pm
Color lines in a spectral range
Spectral lines of zinc

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