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Expert in lead and low melting point alloys

LEMER Foundry, expert in lead and low melting point alloys

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Fonderie Lemer presentation

Fonderie Lemer presentation

 See in the video the presentation of Fonderie Lemer !     

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LEMER WILL BE PRESENT AT THE WNE 2018 SHOW

LEMER WILL BE PRESENT AT THE WNE 2018 SHOW

LEMER's company will be present at the WNE show in Paris. Stand 31 Hall F  

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FONDERIE LEMER WILL BE PRESENT AT THE NEXT EFTTEX SHOW

FONDERIE LEMER WILL BE PRESENT AT THE NEXT EFTTEX SHOW

We are pleased to inform you that we will be exhibiting at next EFTTEX show in Amsterdam. Stand F25.

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LEMER News
Fonderie Lemer presentation

Fonderie Lemer presentation

 See in the video the presentation of Fonderie Lemer !     

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LEMER WILL BE PRESENT AT THE WNE 2018 SHOW

LEMER WILL BE PRESENT AT THE WNE 2018 SHOW

LEMER's company will be present at the WNE show in Paris. Stand 31 Hall F  

Read more »
FONDERIE LEMER WILL BE PRESENT AT THE NEXT EFTTEX SHOW

FONDERIE LEMER WILL BE PRESENT AT THE NEXT EFTTEX SHOW

We are pleased to inform you that we will be exhibiting at next EFTTEX show in Amsterdam. Stand F25.

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Lemer company: Expert in lead and low melting point alloys
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LEMER Company, lead and low melting point alloys foundry was founded in 1878 by the LEMER family.

It has been located in Nantes, South Brittany, France, ever since.

The foundry has been in the LEMER family for five generations.

 

We are specialists in the manufacturing of all pieces made of lead and low melting point alloys, in various business areas like fishing, diving, water sports, ballast, radiation protection and industry.
As well as working in a large variety of sectors, we also manufacture numerous and diversified products: lead sinkers, radiation protection bricks, keels and bulbs, counterweights, lead shot, diving weights, anodes, containers and lead seals.

 

Our French-made products are exported all around the world: Asia, North America, Africa, and Europe. In order to expand our skills and expertise, we are currently working on alloys such as zinc, tin, bismuth and tungsten that can be substitutes for lead.