Superalloy Scrap

WHAT IS SUPERALLOY?

Superalloys are a high strength alloy known for their extremely high resistance to heat, as well as high resistance to corrosion and oxidation. They are commonly used in jet and rocket engines where they are required to retain their strength in temperatures in excess of 1200°C degrees. Chemical processing, nuclear, petrochemical, and marine industries also use these special alloys, which are primarily based on noble and pure metals such as Nickel, Cobalt, Titanium, Molybdenum, and Tungsten.

If you’re looking to sell your superalloy scrap, our expert team at King Scrap Metal can help you get the best value for your metal. We offer competitive rates on your scrap, giving you the best titanium or nickel scrap price for your leftover superalloys. If you have nickel scrap, we also recycle this separately and can offer you great nickel scrap prices.

Superalloy scrap can be found in the following items:

  • Turbine blades
  • Jet or rocket engines
  • Submarines
  • Nuclear reactors
  • Heat exchanger tubing
  • Industrial gas turbines

TYPES OF SUPERALLOY SCRAP

  • Heat resisting stainless steel: 309s, 310s
  • Duplex alloys: U45N (2205), UB6 (904L)
  • Copper-Nickel: 90/10, Monel400
  • Nickel-based superalloys: Inconel600, 601, 625, 718, Hastelloy c22, c276, Incoloy800
  • Titanium-based: T40, TA6V
  • Cobalt-based: Stellite 21, 31

GET IN TOUCH

For all your scrap superalloy needs, visit our King Scrap Metal yard located in Embleton. Contact us today to see how we can help you sell your superalloy scrap by giving our team a call on (08) 6150 9424.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The value of superalloy scrap can vary depending on the composition of the alloy, as well as if there is a precious metal coating present. Contact us today for the latest competitive rate on superalloy scrap as prices are subject to change on a daily basis.

Superalloy scrap can be found in a number of items including:

  • Pipes and valves used in the chemical processing industry
  • Components of jet or rocket engines
  • Heat exchanger tubing
  • Industrial gas turbines
  • Nuclear reactors
  • Submarines

Yes. The importance of superalloys in a number of industries, such as aviation and chemical processing, make them incredibly valuable. Some alloys also contain valuable metals such as nickel which can fetch competitive prices for nickel scrap.