We will be closed starting at 3PM on December 24 through 31 for the holidays. Please note that we are unable to guarantee delivery for the holidays on large volume items (100+ pcs) and MTO product ordered after their specific cut-off dates. SEE CUT-OFF DATES ON HOME PAGE. All refining received during our holiday closure will be priced on Jan. 3rd metal market rates. We hope you have a safe, happy and prosperous holiday season!
11-24-21 Metal Markets
Gold $1,790.80
Silver $23.37
Platinum $978.00
Palladium $1,870.00
Iridium $4,300.00
Ruthenium $590.00
Learn More
HS-icon.svg
Products/Services

What We Refine

 

What we refine
What We Refine

Gold, silver, platinum & palladium scrap
Dental scrap - crowns/bridges
Placer gold
Benchsweeps, filings, polishings
Filters and emory
Floorsweeps
Photo silver and flake
Platinum thermocouple wire
Watch batteries (silver oxide only)
Watchbands
Optical scrap
Gold filled scrap

 

Read about our Green Refinery

Please don't send the following, as we DO NOT refine:

Weighted silver material (if you remove the weighting, we will process the silver scrap)
Knives with stainless steel blades (if you remove the weighting, we will process the silver scrap)
Crucibles | Plating solutions | Amalgam (dental silver) | Mercury | Computer/electronic parts | Electrical switches/circuits | Silver solders with cadmium
Silver nitrate | Carpet | Ore | Plated material | Dental retainers | Stainless steel

How We Process Your Scrap

The moment your scrap shipment is weighed in at our refining division, it is entered into our computerized refining flow system. The shipment is checked and double-checked through every step of the refining process. Each lot, regardless of size, receives the same careful attention to ensure you a maximum return.

It is essential for your material to be properly melted before assay. Clean scrap is mixed with a special flux which makes the melt more fluid and homogeneous. Our experienced processors will ensure that the optimum flux mixture and melting technique is used.

The melt is poured into a mold where the metal settles to the bottom and the slag created by the flux remains on top taking some of the non-metallic impurities with it. The bars are then returned to our vault to be weighed and sampled, where they will remain until you have been paid for your scrap.

View our Metal Source Certification

How We Process Your Scrap
We believe in a responsible and transparent supply chain and do our part to offer products that live up to these values. We offer both recycled and responsibly sourced, newly mined materials so you can choose what fits best with your business objectives.

Page updated on