Category Archives: Precious Metals

Educational Facts About Titanium Alloys

Titanium is a widely-applied metal because it delivers a wide range of useful properties. It can be applied in pure form, which comes in various grades and finishes, or it can be used to create an alloy. An alloy is … Continue reading

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Types of Metal Categories and Common Examples of Each

If you are reading this blog, you are involved in the scrap metal or metal sales industry in some way or another. Or perhaps you are simply a person who is interested in learning more about metal recycling, and therefore, … Continue reading

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Should I Invest in Gold?

Whether or not you should invest in gold depends on a wide range of factors, most of which are personalized to your own life and preferences. The most well-known precious metals are gold, silver, and platinum; but there are several … Continue reading

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Which Metal is the Best for Recycling?

If you are interesting in getting your family involved in a greener initiative, recycling is the way to go. Although all recycling is beneficial to our planet and all living creatures on it, metal is a wonder way to start … Continue reading

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What are Red, Yellow and Green Metals?

On our planet, and within the core, lies hundreds of thousands of natural ores and minerals that we mine to make metal. Of the vast varieties of metals found within the Earth, all can be categorized as either ferrous or … Continue reading

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Can I Recycle Precious Metal?

Precious metals are rare, naturally-occurring, and retain high economic value. They are mostly used for currency, jewelry, and industrial applications. Common types include gold, silver, platinum, palladium, titanium, chromium, zirconium, tungsten, cobalt, rhodium, indium, rhenium, osmium, iridium, and ruthenium. Continue … Continue reading

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What is Green Gold?

Most of us are familiar with gold. It’s shiny, conductive, and high in monetary value. Most of us are also familiar with different types of gold, such as white gold and rose gold. But have you ever heard of green … Continue reading

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Is it a Good Investment to Recycle Precious Metals?

Choosing to recycle any type of precious metal is a wise decision for several reasons. Not only is this type of metal worth money, it is always beneficial to recycle and reuse our resources to sustain our environment. Precious metal … Continue reading

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What are the World’s Most Valuable Metals?

The world’s most valuable metals are commonly referred to as precious metals. These include the usual gold and silver metals and alloys that we know so well, and have seem many times in our lives. But what about other precious … Continue reading

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Facts About Titanium Metal

Metal is one of the most useful natural resources found on our planet. And newer metals are being formed all the time by combining them to make metal alloys. One of the most valuable metals on Earth is called Titanium. … Continue reading

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