The Importance of Superalloys

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The use of superalloys is crucial in today’s modern high-tech world. Many of these high-performance alloys are nickel-based containing the alloying elements of Cobalt, Tantalum, Molybdenum, Tungsten, Titanium, and Rhenium. Superalloys deliver exceptional mechanical strength and creep resistance at high temperatures. They are the metal of choice in extreme environments for their versatility and high resistance to corrosion and oxidation. The applications for Superalloys are used extensively in the chemical, petrochemical, power, marine, and aerospace industries. We are also seeing an increase in superalloys coming from additive manufacturing/3D printing and expect to see increases as this process transitions from rapid prototyping into full production.

Globe Metal’s Recycling Process of Super Alloys

Suppliers choose Globe Metal for both the outstanding services provided and our expertise in the business. One competitive edge is that we handle mixed material. All metals received are graded with our XRF analyser and properly sorted and processed. Globe Metal has also developed the great advantage of handling blades and vanes, with the increasing volume of superalloys we receive from the aerospace industry. As always, we recycle and process all types of superalloys in the soft metal forms such as overspray powders, sludges, dust, and slag.

At Globe Metal, our primary goal is building strong business relationships with suppliers. Our clients are assured they are always getting fair market value for their materials, and we work hard to ensure each business transaction runs smoothly on the logistics side.

We are Certified Recyclers

Globe Metal is ISO certified. Many of our clients in the aerospace industry require disposal certification standards, and we provide certified disposal documents, photographs and full reports upon request.  Understanding the importance of knowledgeable and personable service for our clients is one of the reasons we attend the MRO Trade Show every year.

To find out the purity and value of your material, send us a sample, and we’ll have it analyzed to provide more information and quote you the best prices.  For any inquiries, feel free to contact Brendon Chrus at (450) 635-9397 ext. 34 or by emailing Brendon@Globemetal.com.

Some of the alloys that we buy and sell:

  • Rene 220
  • Rene 142
  • Rene 77
  • Rene 80
  • Rene 88
  • Rene 95
  • Rene 108
  • Rene 125
  • Rene N5
  • Rene N500
  • Rene N515
  • Hast C276
  • Hast C22
  • HS 230
  • HS 242
  • AM1
  • C1023
  • F75
  • MarM247C/LC
  • MM509
  • ECY 768
  • MM002
  • MM200+HF
  • B1900
  • GTD 111
  • GTD 222
  • GTD 241/262
  • CMSX 10
  • CMSX 4
  • CMSX 2/3
  • PWA 1426
  • PWA 1432
  • PWA 1440
  • PWA 1480
  • PWA 1484
  • U500
  • IN 625 (Inco 625, Inconel 625)
  • IN 725 (Inco 725, Inconel 725)
  • IN 713C/LC (Inco713, Inconel 713)
  • IN 718 (Inco 718, Inconel 718)
  • IN 706 (Inco 706, Inconel 706)
  • IN 690 (Inco 690, Inconel 690)
  • IN 825 (Inco 825, Inconel 825)
  • IN 925 (Inco 925, Inconel 925)
  • IN X750 (Inco 750, Inconel 750)
  • IN 800 (Inco 800, Inconel 800)
  • IN 601 (Inco 601, Inconel 601)
  • IN 622 (Inco 622, Inconel 622)
  • IN 840 (Inco 840, Inconel 840)
  • IN 600 (Inco 600, Inconel 600)
  • Monel 400
  • HS 3, 4, 6, 12, 19, 21
  • Monel 500
  • Waspaloy Wrought
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