Rose's metal, also called Rose metal or Rose's alloy is a fusible alloy with a low melting point.
Rose's metal is a relative dense silvery-gray alloy. The alloy does not contract on cooling.
Rose's metal is sold by various chemical and metallurgical suppliers.
Rose's metal can be made by melting bismuth, lead and tin in the respective ratios.
- Heating bath
- Malleable filling to prevent tubes and pipes from crimping when bent
The alloy contains lead, which is toxic.