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Two correct decisions:
        High-alloyed industrial waste and Burg Metall

The appearance of these materials may vary: It can be about high-purity scrap or master alloys, or can mean “real scraps” as for example discarded machine parts or slurries and dusts. Basically we are in a position to take every kind of scrap against corresponding remuneration.

Stainless steel scrap:

  • Chrome-nickel scrap
  • Chrome-nickel-molybdenum scrap
  • Copper-nickel scrap

Metal scrap:

  • Nickel scrap
  • Chrome scrap
  • Molybdenum scrap
  • Niobium scrap
  • Titan scrap
  • Wolfram scrap
  • Tantalum scrap
  • Zirconium scrap
  • Cobalt scrap

Super and special alloys:

  • Nickel-based alloy scrap
  • Titan alloy scrap
  • Cobalt-based alloy scrap
  • High-speed steel scrap (HSS)
  • Tool steel scrap
  • Wolfram-carbide scrap (hard metal)

Refractory metals and their alloys:

  • Tantalum (inter alia TaW2,5, top hats, condensers)
  • Wolfram (inter alia hard metal / dens alloy / heavy metal / TZM / TZC / MHC / ZMH…)
  • Titan (inter alia 90-6-4 / 10-2-3 / grade 1, 2, 3)
  • Zirconium (inter alia zircalloy / ZR 702 / ZR 705)
  • Hafnium
  • Molybdenum
  • Vanadium
  • Chrome
  • Niobium


Cobalt-based and nickel-based alloys:

  • Stellite
  • Permendur
  • Inconel
  • Hastelloy
  • etc.
  • Nickel-copper alloys:
  • Monel
  • K-monel

Electronic metals:

  • Gallium
  • Germanium
  • Indium
  • High-speed steels (HSS):
  • M2 / DMO5 / 1.3343
  • M35 / EMO5 / 1.3243
  • T1 / 1.3355
  • M42 / 1.3247
  • etc.

Basic metals:

  • Nickel
  • Tin
  • Rhenium:
  • for example rhenium pellets, APR, rhenium-containing super alloys


Services:

  • Organisation of flow of goods
  • Recycling concepts