Carbide

Tungsten carbide has become increasingly common due to its durability and malevolence and the mixture of carbon and tungsten components. It has a hardness second only to a diamond and is stronger than steel, but can easily be molded into various shapes and shapes.

Tungsten carbide is found in inserts, reamers, drills, boring bars, round tooling, end mills, ballpoint pens, punches and dies. These characteristics render tungsten carbide scrap one of the greatest recycling candidates. This will assist the bottom line of your business, promote your sustainability objectives, and safeguard U.S. producers against volatile overseas markets.

carbide recyclying 2.jpg

Contact us today for more information on our Carbide recycling services.