Get a bright white color, similar to silver, with this nickel alloy casting grain.
Because it is professionally produced, you can count on consistent, repeatable quality and composition over time.
Priced individually; each package contains 2 oz. of grain.
Any casting method.
Casting and Cleaning
In general, your casting temperature should be 100˚F (37.7˚C) above the liquidus point (somewhat hotter if the castings are intricate). Use a small amount of high-quality flux when melting with an open flame. We recommend Matt’s Casting Flux™. For further cleaning, mechanical means are recommended.
If you plan to re-use nickel alloy castings, remove the copper oxides from the surface in a pickling solution or by mechanical means. We recommend a minimum 1:1 ratio of new grain to used nickel. All re-used nickel should be clean and free of debris.
The grain is composed of copper, nickel and zinc; this grain contains 4% lead.
• This product contains lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. This product should not be used in jewelry or other items intended for children under the age of 12.
• Cast temperature is approximate; adjust for your particular alloy and application.
• Due to the manufacturing process of casting grain, the grain will vary in shape and size.
• For more information regarding the use or composition of this material, please refer to the reference sheet provided below.