• supplying specialty revert & alloys to meet - our customers' requirements

    supplying specialty revert & alloys to meet

    our customers' requirements

Alloys & Pure Secondary Scrap

We are extremely well placed in the market and have been supplying Base & Minor Metals into the VIM, EAF & Air Induction Melting Shops for over 50 years. By listening to the requirements of our customers we have now extended our product range to include the supply & purchase of:

  • Nickel Based Alloys
  • Nickel Copper Alloys
  • Nickel & Cobalt Irons
  • Cobalt Based Alloys
  • Nickel, Chrome, Molybdenum Alloys
  • Nickel Cobalt Alloys

Plus many more...

Simon Robinson

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Simon Robinson

General Manager (Specialty Revert Materials)

Simon has over 15 years in the Metals Industry. His expertise is in exotic revert materials and alloyed metal production.

Alloys

We purchase these scraps in various forms such as sheet cutts, plate, bar ends, broken cathodes, lighting elements, powders, briquettes, Ingot and turnings.

IN718

IN713

IN625

IN725

IN617

IN939

IN792 Mod 5A

IN738

IN825

IN600

IN601

IN901

MarM247

MarM509

MarM002

Rene 41

Rene 77

Rene 80

Rene 88

Rene 125

C263

Nim 75

Nim 80

CMSX 4

CMSX 10

CM 186

Rene N5

Rene 142

SC180

PWA1484

ST6

ST21

ST25

UMCO 50

Permendur 2V

F75

FSX414

Maraging 200

Maraging 250

Maraging 300

Maraging 350

Nilo 36

Nilo 42

Hymu 80

Hastelloy C276

Hastelloy C22

Hastelloy X

Hastelloy B2

Haynes 230

Waspaloy

Gallery

See our gallery of alloys below. Click to enlarge the image.

Secondary Pure Metals

We are also buyers of Secondary Pure Metals such as:

  • Molybdenum
  • Tungsten
  • Tantalum
  • Titanium
  • Niobium
  • Cobalt

We purchase these scraps in various forms such as sheet cutts, plate, bar ends, broken cathodes, lighting elements, powders, briquettes, Ingot and turnings.

Aerospace

Most metals used within the aerospace industry are alloys, primarily steel, cobalt and nickel based superalloys.

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Construction

The most common materials used in the contruction industry are steel, bronze, brass, aluminium and copper

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Petrochemical

Nickel, nickel alloys and stainless steels are used extensively in the petrochemical industry

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Automotive

Nickel, Aluminium, Copper and Magnesium are used extensively in the automotive industry.

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Marine

Seawater is corrosive to most construction materials; therefore specific metals are required.

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Electronics

Copper, silver, nickel, cobalt, aluminium, tin, zinc, indium and silicon are widely used in the electronics industry

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Defence

A large variety of metals are used in the defence sector, from rare metals to aluminium, magnesium and steel.

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Energy

Copper, nickel, iron, silver, cobalt, indium, silicon and aluminium are widely used in the energy industry.

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