High-Temp and Nickel Alloys
What are Nickel Alloys?
Nickel Alloys are made of material by combining nickel with other metals. These metals tend to be iron, aluminum, copper, titanium, and chromium. It is commonly used in industry. About 90% of all new nickel sold every year becomes an alloy. Stainless steel, which
is commonly used in households, is a type of Nickel Alloy. This material can withstand temperatures above 1000°C, repel oxidation, and maintain weldability, workability, and durability in harsh conditions. It has an average life span between 25 and 35 years, which extends past other metals. Industry leaders prefer the use of this material because it provides:
- Greater versatility
- Superior corrosion resistance
- Magnetic properties
- Electronic properties
- Oxidation resistance
- Greater toughness
- Greater strength at lower and higher temperatures
This material is extremely useful and therefore is one of the most recycled materials in the world. About half of the nickel in stainless steel products was previously recycled.
How to Recycle Nickel Alloys
When you call Ed Arnold, we take care of recycling for you. We pay the best price for Nickel Alloys in Western New York. After we take your scrap metal, the nickel alloy is reused in plenty of ways, including:
- Cell phones
- Food preparation equipment
- Medical equipment
- Laboratory equipment
- Aircraft materials
- Building materials
- Aircraft and power turbines
Sell Your Nickel Alloys
Selling your scrap metal is no hassle when you do business with Ed Arnold Scrap Processors. We offer friendly customer service and superior rates. If you have lots of material to recycle, we provide scrap container services to sort, store, and transport their metal.
Contact us to learn more about our scrap prices. Call us at 585-762-9080 to get started today.
Services to help companies maximize their recycling down streams to boost their profits.View Our Services
We accept all types of metal - both ferrous and non-ferrous - as well as electronic recycling.Click Here
Scrap metal and recycling often comes with questions. We have answers to the most some of the most common ones here.Click Here