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Melting Points of Metals | OnlineMetals.com®
See the table below for the melting temperatures in Fahrenheit and Celsius for more common metals. We do not carry all of these metals but provide them as reference information. You can also watch our Melting Points video that explains the melting ranges for various metals.
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MELTING POINTS Corrosion-Resistant Steel Castings ALLOY MELTING POINT °F MELTING POINT °C CA-15 2750 1510 CA-40 2750 1510 CB-30 2725 1496 CC-50 2725 1496 CE-30 2650 1454 CF-8 2600 1427 CF-20 2575 1413 CF-8M 2550 1399 CF-12M 2550 1399 CF-8C 2600 1427 CF-16F 2550 1399 CH-20 2600 1427 CK-20 2600 1427 CN-7M 2650 1454 MELTING POINTS
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Silver: 961°C (1762°F) Carbon Steel *: 1425-1540°C (2597-2800°F) Stainless Steel *: 1375 – 1530°C (2500-2785°F) Titanium: 1670°C (3038°F) Tungsten: 3400°C (6152°F) Zinc: 420°C (787°F) *Alloys have more than one element, therefore their melting temperature is a range that is dependent on the alloy composition.