Lead ingots are rectangular in shape, with protruding lugs at each end, blue-white metal, and softer. Lead ingots are divided into five grades according to their chemical composition, and the most commonly used fine lead on the market is Pb99. The single weight of small ingots can be: 48kg±3kg, 42kg±2kg, 40kg±2kg, 24kg±1kg; The unit weight of large ingots can be: 950 kg±50kg, 500 kg±25kg. Packing: Small ingots are packed with non-corrosive packing tape. Large ingots are supplied as bare ingots.