Precious Metal Live Prices: gold, silver, platinum and Palladium
SPECIALIST PRECIOUS METAL REFINING & RECOVERY
All Waste Matters offer specialist precious metal refining services to leading companies in a number of industry sectors.
Precious metal refining or Metallurgy is the process of purifying an impure material into a pure metal. Precious metal refining is very different from smelting because it does not involve a core chemical change of the raw material. In refining, the final material is always chemically identical to the original material but in a purer form.
Free Assay Service
Send your material into us for a free assay. We’ll make an offer based upon the results. If you’re happy great. If not we’ll return it the very same day.
Free Collection Service
We offer a free collection service anywhere in the country.
Over 50 Years Experience
We’ll use all of our know how and specialist techniques to ensure we return the maximum value of your material.
Which Precious Metals can be refined?
While refining is predominately used for Lead and Copper, precious metal refining from products such as Silver and Gold are also purified in this way.
We are both silver refiners and gold refiners and precious metals recovered by All Waste Matters are usually done so using the Phyrolysis method which solidifies noble-metalliferous metals, melting them to become cider and then pouring which finally separates the precious metals.
During these uncertain economic times investors have fallen back to the more stable metals market, with precious metal prices (Gold and Silver price in particular) rocketing as a result.
It is also important for manufacturers to be aware of procedures in their processes which may generate precious metal scrap suitable for recycling. By using All Waste Matters as your precious metal refiner you may be able to turn these seemingly insignificant scraps into profit for your company.
Some uses of silver in industry include
• Dental fillings
• Silver electrical components in computers
• In mirror manufacture
• In the form of silver nitrate films for photography and radiography
Some uses of gold in industry include:
• Connectors of electronic cables
• Jewellery manufacturing
• Communications equipment
• Teeth restorations