Lead Melting Pots

Lead melting pots for sale. Cast your own bullets and save even more with your reloading. Lead pots with and without heating elements. Clicking on the links below will open a detailed description of the lead pot for sale in a new window on eBay.

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Lee Reloading Pro 4 20 Melting Pot Lead Melter 90947
Lee Reloading Pro 4 20 Melting Pot Lead Melter 90947
$109.90


Nelyrho 110V Only Electric Lead Melting Pot Max 5 Pound Capacity Melts Lead I
Nelyrho 110V Only Electric Lead Melting Pot Max 5 Pound Capacity Melts Lead I
$69.99


PALMER HOT POT 2 LEAD MELTING POT
PALMER HOT POT 2 LEAD MELTING POT
$59.95


Lee Production Pot IV Furnace Lead Melter 110 Volt New In Package 90009
Lee Production Pot IV Furnace Lead Melter 110 Volt New In Package 90009
$93.99


Do-It Lead Melting Cast Iron Pot
Do-It Lead Melting Cast Iron Pot
$47.00


RARE ANTIQUE
RARE ANTIQUE "C. GEFRORER" MARKED HEAVY CAST IRON LEAD MELTING POT TOOL 9.5 LBS.
$99.95


Do-it HOT POT 2 LEAD MELTER ( by C. Palmer ) DO NOT SHIP POTS TO CA.
Do-it HOT POT 2 LEAD MELTER ( by C. Palmer ) DO NOT SHIP POTS TO CA.
$64.95


small 3 inch OLD ANTIQUE CAST IRON GLUE LEAD POT home melting
small 3 inch OLD ANTIQUE CAST IRON GLUE LEAD POT home melting
$53.00


LEE 120 VOLT 500 WATT ADJUSTABLE LEAD POT MELTER FOR FISHING WEIGHT BULLET MOLDS
LEE 120 VOLT 500 WATT ADJUSTABLE LEAD POT MELTER FOR FISHING WEIGHT BULLET MOLDS
$59.99


Lee 90009 Production Pot IV Furnace Lead Melter 120 Volt 500 Watts Pot NOS
Lee 90009 Production Pot IV Furnace Lead Melter 120 Volt 500 Watts Pot NOS
$65.00



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Lead exposure can have negative health risks and working with lead requires special precautions safe handling. Here are the steps, found on the web, for safely using a lead melting pot:

  1. Choose a well-ventilated area: Choose a well-ventilated area to use a lead melting pot, preferably outdoors. Lead fumes can be toxic when inhaled, so it's crucial to have good air circulation to avoid any health risks.
  2. Wear protective gear: You should always wear protective gear when using a lead melting pot. This includes heat-resistant gloves, safety glasses, and a mask that is rated for lead exposure. Wearing these items will protect you from any potential burns or inhalation of lead fumes.
  3. Place the melting pot on a stable surface: The melting pot should be placed on a stable surface that is heat-resistant, such as a metal stand or concrete floor. Never place the pot on a surface that could catch fire or melt, such as a wooden table.
  4. Fill the pot with lead: Carefully pour lead pellets or other lead items into the melting pot until it is full. Be sure not to overfill the pot, as this could cause lead to spill out and create a safety hazard.
  5. Heat the pot: Turn on the melting pot and allow it to heat up. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for heating the pot to ensure it reaches the proper temperature.
  6. Stir the lead: Once the lead has melted, use a long-handled stirring spoon to stir the molten lead. This will help ensure that it melts evenly and prevent any hot spots from forming.
  7. Pour the lead: When the lead is fully melted and stirred, carefully pour it into your casting molds. Be sure to pour slowly and steadily, as splashing molten lead can cause serious burns.
  8. Clean up: Once you've finished pouring the lead, turn off the melting pot and allow it to cool down. Dispose of any leftover lead or contaminated materials according to your local hazardous waste regulations.
  9. Never eat, drink, or smoke while handling lead.  Be sure to properly wash your hands thoroughly after handling lead and before touching your face or mouth.