Commonly used in nickel batteries or fused into nickel alloys, recycling nickel scrap metal hamets been a common practice with one of the highest efficiency yields of all metals. With a large quantity of nickel used in different types of stainless steel, nickel has proven to be a critical component of the recycling industry that serves as a measure for efficiency. With the strength and ductility characteristics of nickel, there are many applications of nickel that are used in almost every industry. Demand for battery materials are increasing with the demand for electric vehicles. As demand increases, your scrap nickel can become more valueable. Don't simply discard and toss out your scrap nickel. Simply bring it into our facility or arrange for container shipment if you have large quantities.
Nickel is often incorporated into alloys that can be used to cover other types of metal or material. Due to this, a large portion of nickel goes into producing stainless steel. Nickel can be found in other products without being an alloy. Nickel electroplating adds corrosion resistance and is also used in a variety of plumbing pipes and fixtures. Lastly, nickel-metal hydride batteries are also a common way to find nickel scrap, especially with advancements in batteries for newer electric vehicles. If you have any questions about if we will accept your material, whether it be pure nickel or an alloy containing nickel, please give our facility a call. Our experts will provide you with prices and determine what steps need to be taken for you to get paid cash for your nickel scrap.
If you have nickel scrap metal that you want to recycle for a fair price, contact Harry's Metals for the latest pricing today! We'll help answer any questions you have about scrap metal recycling around Akron and how we can make it easier for you. Additionally, if you have large quantities of scrap metal, you can schedule container services for safer transportation too.