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Titanium Scrap Titanium is more valuable that stainless steel but a little less than copper. There are different grades of Titanium Scrap and titanium scrap is generally segregated by solids and turnings. Solid titanium is worth more while turnings are usually worth about 2/3 of solids. Turnings are scrap titanium produced in the manufacturing process. Titanium recycling consists in converting titanium scrap into titanium ingot with or without virgin metal by using either vacuum-arc-reduction or cold-hearth melting practices. Titanium suppliers and ingot producers in France, Germany, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States lead the recycling of titanium scrap. Numerous other companies are also involved in the generation, segregation, and processing of scrap for recycling. In steel making, titanium is introduced as a ladle addition normally in the form of ferrotitanium because ferrotitanium has a lower melting point and has a higher density than scrap. Ferrotitanium is produced from titanium and steel scrap by induction melting.
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