Tungsten & Tungsten Carbide
Tungsten heavily relies on the recycling of tungsten scrap and tungsten carbide scrap. Recent studies show that over 90% of the reserves outside the United States, which is why WM Metals and Alloys plays a vital role in the recycling of tungsten scrap and tungsten alloy scrap. The recycling of tungsten scrap and tungsten alloy scrap accounts for nearly 1/3 of the tungsten consumed in the U.S — this solidifies the role of the company with its strong ties in different parts of the world.
Tungsten scrap and tungsten alloy scrap is second to carbon, with its 3422 C melting temperature. However, tungsten scrap and tungsten alloy scrap can still be recycled by WM Metals and Alloys, as these could be easily used in high-temperature situations such as filaments in light bulbs, as well as many other electronics. More importantly, tungsten scrap and tungsten alloy scrap can also be used when alloyed with other scrap metals to make superalloys, which are vital in making transportation and machinery equipment, as well as heat and radiation shielding.
Today, WM Metals and Alloys actively participates in the global trade, particularly in the buying and selling of high-temperature scrap alloys. The volume of both buyers and sellers in the industry continues to increase, and the forecasts are consistently positive.
So whether you need to buy alloy scrap or sell a quantity of alloy scrap, please do not hesitate to contact us at +65 86182069 or email@example.com.