We offer antimony in slab/ingot, shot, and pulverized/crushed, including in-stock and special-order larger quantities. Nathan Trotter has worked hard to identify and secure reliable sources of antimony from the two primary producing regions - China and Australia - to keep our customers supplied with high quality and competitively-priced antimony.

All antimony conforms to the Grade B Regulus Standard of 99.65% minimum purity or higher.
    Standard sizes
    Ingot/Slab 10 x 10 x 6” (50 lbs.)
    Shot 3/8” x down, sifted to spec
    Crushed 10 mesh x down
We are proud to announce the opening of our new recycling division, Tin Technology and Refining. Located just 10 miles from Nathan Trotter, in West Chester, PA, the new 35,000 square foot facility has been geared for the sole purpose of reclaiming and recycling tin and solder drosses, oxides, and other tin-based byproducts. Please contact Tin Tech so that they can provide you with the best value for your tin scrap. www.tintech.com
Long committed to bringing our customers value for their dollar, Nathan Trotter offers metal reclaim and conversion programs that stress the importance of properly handling and valuing your scrap. We can recommend a program that is best suited for the dross, spent anodes, slag, turnings or off-spec. ingot that you generate.
Nathan Trotter & Co., Inc.
241 W. Stewart Huston Dr.
Coatesville, PA 19320

Mailing Address
P.O.Box 369
Sadsburyville, PA 19369

T 610-524-1440
F 610-524-2469
Nathan Trotter’s long history of service and reliability could not have been achieved without strict adherence to our quality standards. We have been ISO 9001 certified since 1997 and take great pride in consistently exceeding the audit standards set by the automotive, aerospace, and electronics industries.
In the 200 years since its founding, Nathan Trotter & Co., Inc. has evolved into the largest manufacturer of tin and tin alloys in North America. In addition to tin, the product offerings have grown to include over 20 metals, many of which are melted on-site to create various alloys and shapes. The company remains committed to preserving our legacy as the nation's oldest continuously-operated metals manufacturer.