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Carbide Recycling: We Recycle Carbide Scrap in Mississauga

At Alnor Industries, we have extensive knowledge in reclaiming cash value for tungsten scrap in Mississauga. This includes hard scrap, tungsten carbide sludge, all tungsten-based alloys, and high speed steels. We also buy Molybdenum, Cobalt, Catalysts, Tantalum, and Nickel Alloys, and consistently work in tungsten carbide recycling.

We determine the monetary value of these metals based on global prices. From there, we move into tungsten recycling, and deal directly with processors who can reform raw materials into usable products. Our experience in recycling electronic and tungsten scrap helps us to find the best ways of reusing these products for everyone. Use the list below to determine which metals Alnor can purchase from you.

CARBIDE RECYCLING: END MILLS/INSERTS

Carbide mix drills, inserts, and rings; tri-cone bits, saw blades, broach cutting tools, circuit board brills, and tungsten mining grade.

CARBIDE GRINDING SLUDGE

Swarf (carbide grinding sludge) and tool steel sludge.

Tungsten alloys

TUNGSTEN RECYCLING: ALLOYS

Heavy metal, densalloy, mallory, tungsten elkonite, pure tungsten, and vacuum tungsten.

HIGH-SPEED STEEL

Variants including M1, M2, M35, M42, Rex 76, M48, T1, and T15.

COBALT ALLOYS

Stellite HS 25, HS 31, HS 6, HS 12, HS 21, and tooling F75.

MOLYBDENUM

Pure molybdenum, powder, bars, tubes, cast, coils, crystals, and more!

TANTALUM

Solids scrap, capacitor scrap, power, oxide, residue, waste, coatings, sputtering target scrap, pure tantalum, skeleton scrap, furnace scrap, furniture, anode scrap, and tantalum chips.

CATALYSTS

Spent nickel catalysts, spent molybdenum catalysts, spent tungsten catalyst, spent copper catalysts, spent platinum catalysts, spent cobalt catalysts, and raney nickel catalyst scrap.

For more information on our ability to recycle high temperature alloys and tungsten scrap in Mississauga, please contact us, and we will be happy to answer any questions you might have. Tungsten carbide recycling is not always the simplest process, but we strive to make it as easy as possible for you.

Alnor Industries