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18 Automatic Rd (Unit 14), Brampton, On. L6S 5N5
Specialty Alloys
We Recycle Carbide Scrap In Brampton

At Alnor we specialize in specialty alloys. This consists of less traditional alloys that are generated through the manufacturing process. Industries that we service include Aerospace production, Mining, Drilling, gas industry etc. The material consists of Tungsten Carbide scrap, Carbide sludge, Nickel alloys, Titanium, Cobalt, Beryllium Copper, High Speed Tool Steels, Over spray powders, sputtering targets, Molybdenum, etc. We also deal in precious metals like Platinum, Rhodium, Palladium, Tantalum, Gold and Silver.

If you are looking for a competitive quote on these materials please get in contact with our industrial account manager.

Tungsten Carbide

We are one of the largest Tungsten carbide buyers in Canada. We deal with all industries that produce any Tungsten scrap; large and small machine shops, cutting tool manufacturers, Petro Chemical companies, Lumber & Mining operations etc. Get in contact with us if you have any Tungsten scrap to recycle, you may be surprised by what you are leaving on the table.

High Speed Tool Steel

High-speed steel (HSS) is a subset of tool steels. HSS can withstand high temperatures without losing its hardness and is used in several different applications like drilling, milling, threading, turning, broaching, boring, gear cutting and other machining procedures.


Nickel is a hard and ductile lustrous transition metal that is light silver in colour with a gold tinge.


Cobalt is a hard, lustrous, silver-grey metal and can be magnetized like iron to make magnets. To make more powerful magnets, cobalt is alloyed with aluminum and nickel.

Beryllium Copper

Copper is a deep red or brown metallic element that is malleable and ductile. It is an effective heat conductor and is often used in radiators and home heating and cooling systems. Due to its ability to conduct electricity, it is often used in electrical items such as electrical generators and motors, radio and television sets, as well as electrical goods and wiring. It can also be used to manufacture alloys like brass and bronze.


We purchase all forms, of drilling bits including


We purchase all forms of powders and sprays

Important Information

For more information on our ability to recycle high temperature alloys and tungsten scrap in Brampton, please contact us, and we will be happy to answer any questions you might have. Tungsten carbide recycling is not always the simplest process, but we strive to make it as easy as possible for you.