Precious Metals Refining
Ownership delivers on over three decades of PM Refining expertise. M&K distinguishes itself with the use of a chemical-based refining process that maximizes the recovery of precious metal scrap materials. “Green” chemical processing of gold, silver, and platinum group metals is recovered from encapsulated, clad, and plated material. A cyanide strip method is employed for gold-plated scrap products, with recovery and treatment of solutions also performed. Our processes result in zero discharge, emissions-free, efficient and “clean” recovery, along with quicker turnaround.
Our processes result in zero discharge, emissions-free, efficient and “clean” recovery, along with quicker turnaround.
Why You Need M&K for Precious Metal Refining
M&K Recovery Group offers more than thirty years of experience in precious metal refining and reclamation. Our environmentally sustainable refining process is efficient both in its recovery of precious metal scrap materials and its turnaround time, providing increased value to our customers. We are committed to maximizing the recovery of precious metal scrap materials while also upholding the most stringent environmental standards and satisfying our customers.
A Better Approach To Metal Refinement
The list of refining and recovery materials we process is extensive and comprehensive. We are able to refine both high and low grade materials that contain precious metals.
Gold-plated scrap: Circuit boards, PGA, BGA, IC’s, connectors, plugs and pins
Gold, PGM’s from: Bell jar and deposition scrapings, Flake, Sand, Bead blast
Scrap IC packages, hybrid circuits
Used / Spent targets
Pt thermal couples and refractory waste
Rejected silicon or gallium wafers
Mylar (blue tape) “lift-off,” transfer or skeletons
Precious metal bearing pre-forms or cut-outs
Filters, resin columns and salts
Thick and thin film residue
M&K offers sample analysis to determine values of homogenous categories of material. Assay is achieved via atomic absorption spectrometry, x-ray, or fire assay. Analyzing sample material allows us to report values to our customers—and if approved, an outright purchase schedule of the material will be provided.
To learn more about our Refining and Assay Services, contact us today.