STAR® ALLOYS

Babbitt ingot alloy

About tin and lead-based Babbitt alloys

Tin- and lead-based Babbitt alloys are used to coat bushing bearings for diesel engines, turbines, rolling stock, pumps, presses and various industrial machines. Our Babbitt metals are all made from high quality metals and their composition is strictly controlled using modern analytical techniques. The METACONCEPT Group offers a complete range of specific alloys in small and large ingots, bars and wires.

Have you defined the type of application, the load, the bearing’s dimensions and the shaft’s rotation speed? Our technical staff will be happy to assist you in deciding which Babbitt alloy to choose.
Contact us.

In addition, the METACONCEPT Group collects used baths, off-cuts, scraps and white metal oxides.
Contact our recycling department to find out more.

Characteristics

The table below shows the most commonly used alloys.

Item no.
Designation
Form
Solidus/Liquidus
Density
g/cm3
Brinell*
hardness
Casting
FB200301STAR®CAB BabbittSmall stamped
ingot
238° – 343°
10,25
18 à 15°
6,7 à 100°
360° à 400°
MB201590STAR® LAMINOIR N°4 Babbitt
code 201
Large stamped
ingot
238° – 414°
9,75
38,2 à 15°
11,2 à 100°
460° à 550°
MB202590STAR® MRS Babbitt
code 202
Large stamped
ingot
239° – 418°
9,7
38,2 à 15°
11,2 à 100°
445° à 550°
FB111300STAR® OH AVIATION Babbitt
code 111
Small stamped
ingot
238° – 333°
7,32
25 à 15°
12 à 100°
355° à 405°
MB112590STAR® DIESEL 88 Babbitt
code 112
Large stamped
ingot
238° – 344°
7,38
27,2 à 15°
14,1 à 100°
370° à 410°
MB113590STAR® DIESEL L Babbitt
code 113
Large stamped
ingot
235° – 351°
7,35
35 à 15°
14,5 à 100°
390° à 480°
MB100593STAR® T81 BabbittLarge stamped
ingot
235° – 355°
7,35
28 à 15°
9,5 à 100°
NC
MB106590STAR® WM80 Babbitt
Code 106
Large stamped
ingot
183° – 400°
7,51
32 à 15°
15 à 100°
390° à 450°
MB100594STAR® JA BabbittLarge stamped
ingot
235° – 380°
7,34
41 à 15°
13 à 100°
480° à 530°

(*) 500 kg load, 10 mm block, 15 sec
Dimensions and weights are given for informational purposes only and may vary depending on the production run.

Small ingots
Largest ingots

Applications

Name
Designation
Uses
CAB BabbittLead-based, copper-free alloySpecially designed for seasoning cable ends
Laminoir N°4 Babbitt code 201Lead-based alloyMachines working under heavy loads with repeated shocks and at slow speeds (rolling machine, mill, crusher, etc.)
MRS Babbitt code 202Lead-based alloyCorresponding to a very wide scope of use Bearings of heavy machinery, low speeds and heavy loads
OH AVIATION Babbitt code 111Alloy with 90% tine, guaranteed lead-free*Machines operating at high speeds and with heavy loads (connecting rod head, thin bearings, fast car engines, turbine reducers, etc.)
STAR DIESEL L 88 Babbitt code 112Alloy with 88% tine, guaranteed lead-free*Marine diesel engines (SULZER approved), rail traction equipment, electric motors, turbines, other high speed motors, etc.)
STAR DIESEL L Babbitt code 113Alloy with 81% tine, guaranteed lead-free*Diesel and electric motors, bearings for hydraulic turbines when the expected thickness of the metal is greater than 6/10 mm
WM80 Babbitt code 106Alloy with 80% tinAll bearings operating at high speeds with medium loads and all uses requiring a high tin content alloy in standard operating conditions
STAR® T81 BabbittAlloy with 81% tinBushing or shaft bearings, when the operating conditions are average; steam turbine idler bearings
STAR® JA BabbittAlloy with 81% tin, lead-free*Machines operating at high speeds and with heavy loads, connecting rod heads, thin bearings, turbines, ALSTOM JEUMONT POWER approved

(*)Lead-free alloys – European standard no. 2000 / 53 / CE

Complementary products and accessories
Item no.
Designation
Packaging
Uses
Special characteristics
SO001000
ETAMALLOY® powder1 kg boxFor tinning bases before babbitting Particularly effective with bases that are known to be difficult to tin, such as special steels and even cast iron.ETAMALLOY® trademark
SO001002
ETAMALLOY®SN63 paint1 kg boxFor tinning bases before babbittingETAMALLOY® trademark
SO0010001
ETAMALLOY®SN100 paint1 kg boxFor tinning bases before babbittingETAMALLOY® trademark
FO100000
Copper phosphorous50 kg box
of shots
For mixing the Babbitt alloyNC
UN100000
ETAMALLOY® cement1 kg boxTo prevent leakage of the alloy during casting, it is necessary to ensure the watertightness of the assembly using ETAMALLOY® cementETAMALLOY® trademark
EG001003
ETAMALLOY® flux6 kg canBrazing flux to be applied just prior to tinning. The base must be cleaned(degreased and picETAMALLOY® trademark
FB710001
ETAMALLOY®33 rodBox of 16 rods33% tin-lead alloy for assembly repairsETAMALLOY® trademark
FB710005
ETAMALLOY®80 rodBox of 16 rods60% tin-lead alloy for assembly repairsETAMALLOY® trademark
MF100189 MF100176
Solid Babbitt wire Sn89 – Sb7.5 –
Cu3.5 – Ø 1.6 mm and 3.2 mm
10 kg
DIN spool
For external metallic projection (metal spraying)NC
SUR DEMANDE
Solid Babbitt wire Ni95 – Al5 Ø
1.6 mm and 3.2 mm
10 kg
DIN spool
For external metallic projection (metal spraying)NC

Implementation

The product safety information sheet below is available upon request from the METACONCEPT Group.

The implementation procedure is specific to the alloy and its application. Contact the METACONCEPT Group’s sales department who, after you’ve selected the Babbitt alloy, will provide the appropriate implementation sheet.

 

Precautions for use

To prevent burns caused by the molten metal, it is advisable to wear a protective apron, shoes, gloves, helmet and glasses.
– Do not smoke at the workstation.
– The workstation must be well ventilated.
– Wash your hands when leaving the workstation.

Comments :
Always use a flux suited to the intended use. Contact our technical department to ascertain which product is most suited to your application.

All of the information contained in this document is provided for informational purposes only and the METACONCEPT Group will not be held liable for it.