Carbide recycling is one of the most efficient ways to save the environment and to improve your overhead wastes and loss costs. It is the best means of tool scrap asset recovery for the financial and overall betterment of your business.

There is an infinite source of carbide recyclables. Every company, such as Tool Holder Exchange, that partakes in the process of recycling carbide cutters and inserts is making the ideal choice for consumers and companies in the carbide machine tool industry and for the future health of our planet.

Getting Started

There are hundreds of companies that buy, sell, and trade tungsten, carbide tooling and that recycle them by the most efficient means. However, carbide recycling programs vary from company to company so you must be careful who you choose to do business with! You need a company that abides by the highest set of recycling standards in order to benefit you best as well as the planet.

Tool Holder Exchange has a proven track record of recycling carbide. We provide our customers with a wide variety of options to buy, sell, or trade tool holders. We are a reliable company that pays YOU top dollar for used carbide inserts, end mills, drills, and other types of tooling.

The prices of carbide tooling are ever-rising, and recycling carbide is an effective way to help you to offset the high costs that come along with purchasing new, high-quality carbide tools.

Tool Holder Exchange Carbide Recycling Services

Tool Holder Exchange is a premium carbide recycler that utilizes ties we have with big brand names in carbide manufacturing to provide significant cost advantages and benefits to all of the consumer carbide tool businesses and companies that opt for our services. Our connections and expertise save you significant costs while protecting your capital investments and keeping inventory expenses low.

Maximize the value of your scrap by selling, trading, and enabling us to recycle for you at Tool Holder Exchange:

  • Most money and value for carbide
  • Cost-efficient for investments in new, old, used, and outdated carbide machine tools and materials
  • Environment-friendly practice

Types of Scrap Carbide Tool Holder Exchange Recycles

Tool Holder Exchange purchases both soft scrap and hard scrap.

What is soft scrap? Soft scrap includes powder scrap, grade powder, unsintered and pre-sintered carbide parts, grindings, turnings, and (dry or wet) grinding sludge.

What is hard scrap? Hard scrap includes solid carbide machine tool scrap, attritor mill and bad mill media, blanks, grit, nozzles, saw tips, drill bits, wear parts, carbide end mills, and carbide drills.

Do you have tungsten carbide scrap to recycle?

We evaluate the current percentage of tungsten, carbide recycling prices to provide you with the largest profit when purchasing tool holders or trading them out for other carbide parts we have in stock.

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Technical support is provided through our experienced sales representatives. We aim to help our customers find the best solutions for their specific machine, purpose, and application needs. Contact us with your questions or inventory details below, and we’ll guide you through the process.