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Post by TantalumRecycle » November 29th, 2014, 8:57 am

Tantalum Capacitor Scrap Purchasing -- International
We purchase all types of Tantalum Capacitors Scrap
Epoxy/Ceramic Capacitors - $24.45/Lb
SMD Capacitors -- $24/Lb
Hermetic Capacitors - $23.65/Lb
Wet Tantalum Capacitors - $50/Lb
Ag/Ta Capacitors - $75/Lb

We purchase all quantities small and large -

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Tantalum Capacitor Scrap Purchasing -- International
We purchase all quantities small and large -

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Post by testerman » November 29th, 2014, 11:45 am

Could you show a picture of the Ag/Ta Capacitors?

Thanks for showing the different Ta Capacitors. I can just pile mine up and sort them accordingly, and sell them when I reach the lb+ limit on each of them.

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Post by TantalumRecycle » November 29th, 2014, 1:13 pm

Please find attached pictures of different types of Silver Tantalum Capacitors -- I will provide more pictures in a follow up reply.

Ag/Ta Capacitors - $80/Lb

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Post by TantalumRecycle » November 29th, 2014, 1:20 pm

testerman wrote:Could you show a picture of the Ag/Ta Capacitors?

Thanks for showing the different Ta Capacitors. I can just pile mine up and sort them accordingly, and sell them when I reach the lb+ limit on each of them.

Kevin
More pictures of different types of Silver Tantalum Capacitors.

If you would like more information -- please email us and we would be able to help.

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Post by testerman » November 29th, 2014, 4:32 pm

This happens to be (in my own opinion) the best chart/guide SHOWING the different Ta Capacitors. The thing I really like is that the captions for each picture explains what capacitor it is. This is worth bookmarking and (or) using this as a "Ta Capacitor's Guide & a Ta Capacitor's Yield Guide".

This thread really shed more light on these capacitors to me, along with the other thread(s) I read on them. This type of information is worth the foundation you can build on when dealing with components of all sorts.

Right now for myself, I would collect them and sell them. I'm not experienced enough to refine them at all. But knowing what they sell for, especially by the pound, makes the decision easy for a person to know it it's worth the time to collect them. But I know there is much to gain by keeping what can be sold for more as an item, and not part of scrap/junk boards.

Thanks again for the thread because now I have a better understanding of the different types, so sorting them should be a breeze.

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Post by TantalumRecycle » November 30th, 2014, 8:24 am

testerman wrote:This happens to be (in my own opinion) the best chart/guide SHOWING the different Ta Capacitors. The thing I really like is that the captions for each picture explains what capacitor it is. This is worth bookmarking and (or) using this as a "Ta Capacitor's Guide & a Ta Capacitor's Yield Guide".

This thread really shed more light on these capacitors to me, along with the other thread(s) I read on them. This type of information is worth the foundation you can build on when dealing with components of all sorts.

Right now for myself, I would collect them and sell them. I'm not experienced enough to refine them at all. But knowing what they sell for, especially by the pound, makes the decision easy for a person to know it it's worth the time to collect them. But I know there is much to gain by keeping what can be sold for more as an item, and not part of scrap/junk boards.

Thanks again for the thread because now I have a better understanding of the different types, so sorting them should be a breeze.

Kevin
Thank you --- We are trying to familiarize everyone on what exactly they should be looking for, It will be easier for our company and everyone else in the near future.
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Post by TantalumRecycle » November 30th, 2014, 8:26 am

Starting from the Left Corner ---

Capacitor 1 -- Hermetic / Axial /Radial Tantalum Capacitor
Capacitor 2 -- Tantalum Wet Capacitors -- Tantalum Cased Tantalum Capacitor (As you can see there is a RIVET on the top of the capacitor
Capacitor 3 -- Hermetic / Axial / Radial Tantalum Capacitor
Capacitor 4 -- Leaded / Tantalum Capacitor - We consider these in the same category as Tantalum SMD
Capacitor 5 -- Epoxy / Ceramic / Dipped Tantalum Capacitor
Capacitor 6 -- Epoxy / Ceramic / Dipped Tantalum Capacitor
Capacitor 7 -- Epoxy / Ceramic / Dipped Tantalum Capacitor
Capacitor 8 -- Epoxy / Ceramic / Dipped Tantalum Capacitor
Capacitor 9 -- Epoxy / Ceramic / Dipped Tantalum Capacitor
Capacitor 10 -- Leaded / Tantalum Capacitor -- We consider these in the same category as Tantalum SMD
Capacitor 11 -- Leaded / Tantalum Capacitor -- We consider these in the same category as Tantalum SMD
Capacitor 12 -- Tantalum SMD (Surface Mount Capacitor)
Capacitor 13 -- Tantalum SMD (Surface Mount Capacitor )
Capacitor 14 -- Tantalum SMD (Surface Mount Capacitor )

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Post by necromancer » November 30th, 2014, 10:43 pm

to bad for small guys like me, it takes forever to get 5 lbs & can never find anyone in canada that buys them anyway.

i stopped pulling them a while ago. but this is $10.00 a pound more then i was getting before. maybe i will start pulling them again.

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Post by MasnyCZ » December 1st, 2014, 3:34 am

Are these tantalum capacitors aswell?
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Post by shmandi » December 1st, 2014, 4:06 am

There is no tantalum capacitors on photo.
You have polyester and ceramic foil type capacitors.

It is easy to find out. Cut them open and if you see dark grey pallet, it is tantalum, if you see insulated aluminium foil it is not.

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Post by TantalumRecycle » December 1st, 2014, 5:34 am

necromancer wrote:to bad for small guys like me, it takes forever to get 5 lbs & can never find anyone in canada that buys them anyway.

i stopped pulling them a while ago. but this is $10.00 a pound more then i was getting before. maybe i will start pulling them again.

getting paid in U.S. dollars is good right now.
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MasnyCZ wrote:Are these tantalum capacitors aswell?
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Yes, Their are no Tantalum Capacitors in the material you have shown pictures of.
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Tantalum HERMETIC Capacitor Scrap --- $24.15/Lb

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More Tantalum HERMETIC Capacitors Scrap Pictures

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Post by Palladium » December 1st, 2014, 1:36 pm

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Thank you --- We are trying to familiarize everyone on what exactly they should be looking for, It will be easier for our company and everyone else in the near future.
Good business and management practices on your part.

Just out of curiosity if you don't mind me asking. I know you have to be shipping to a refiner or an upstream processor, but how are you finding the market to be as far as ease of finding a refiner to process the materials and are you happy with the rate of return? What would be your grips or complaints? The reason i ask is i have several clients who deal with silver oxide batteries and they have been facing more stringent market conditions not because of price, but the availability of refiners who will process that material and the ones who do will charge you dearly for it. Several have been shipping out of country to processors, but even doing it that way all your profit is just shifted from one evil to another. One runs so much material that it dictated he bring his processing in house and by doing so he has realized a 25% increase in bottom lines. Sorry this question only relates to the silver portion of your business.
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Post by TantalumRecycle » December 1st, 2014, 1:46 pm

Average Sizes of Different types of Capacitors

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Post by TantalumRecycle » December 1st, 2014, 1:51 pm

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TantalumRecycle wrote:
Thank you --- We are trying to familiarize everyone on what exactly they should be looking for, It will be easier for our company and everyone else in the near future.
Good business and management practices on your part.

Just out of curiosity if you don't mind me asking. I know you have to be shipping to a refiner or an upstream processor, but how are you finding the market to be as far as ease of finding a refiner to process the materials and are you happy with the rate of return? What would be your grips or complaints? The reason i ask is i have several clients who deal with silver oxide batteries and they have been facing more stringent market conditions not because of price, but the availability of refiners who will process that material and the ones who do will charge you dearly for it. Several have been shipping out of country to processors, but even doing it that way all your profit is just shifted from one evil to another. One runs so much material that it dictated he bring his processing in house and by doing so he has realized a 25% increase in bottom lines. Sorry this question only relates to the silver portion of your business.


We are the refiner --

We are a Tantalum Recycling Facility -- For the Silver we do process this in house and separate the acid as well.

I honestly am not sure about refiners, We do not refine Tantalum for outside customers and we do not pay based on the Tantalum Content level as we have found that the historical average in each type of Tantalum Capacitor is fully justifiable.
Rather then suppliers waiting two months for a scrap company to send to a refiner and they end up receiving less money then what we pay out right.

Our policy is to pay for the shipment on a per pound basis with in 5 Business days of delivery at our facility.
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Post by Lou » December 1st, 2014, 2:05 pm

As this is obviously of a commercial nature I've moved your topic over to this forum and left a shadow topic in its place.

Thanks for the information. Another one of our members here has a great blog with lots of information on these types of materials.

I don't know if you guys are wet chemically processing Ta (you're probably not dissolving it).


On an unrelated note, I seem to remember processing some silver Ta caps and them being really good. Maybe that was back in 2011 when silver was expensive. What's the best yield you've seen on those?
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Post by TantalumRecycle » December 2nd, 2014, 6:18 am

Lou wrote:As this is obviously of a commercial nature I've moved your topic over to this forum and left a shadow topic in its place.

Thanks for the information. Another one of our members here has a great blog with lots of information on these types of materials.

I don't know if you guys are wet chemically processing Ta (you're probably not dissolving it).

On an unrelated note, I seem to remember processing some silver Ta caps and them being really good. Maybe that was back in 2011 when silver was expensive. What's the best yield you've seen on those?
We are chemically processing the material as inside of Silver/Tantalum Capacitors there is an acid that takes up on average around 10% of the weight of the capacitor.
The yield on the Silvers equals out to about 31% Silver contained.

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Post by goldsilverpro » December 2nd, 2014, 7:41 am

I ran several buckets of the red capped ones many years ago and I'm thinking they ran about 40% silver. The green capped ones about 25%. However, it's been a long time.
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Post by TantalumRecycle » December 3rd, 2014, 5:37 am

goldsilverpro wrote:I ran several buckets of the red capped ones many years ago and I'm thinking they ran about 40% silver. The green capped ones about 25%. However, it's been a long time.
Which if you mix everything in together would equal to about 30% -- The most commonly found Silver / Tantalum Capacitors do not have the red caps on the top.
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Post by TantalumRecycle » December 3rd, 2014, 5:39 am

These are also Tantalum Capacitors --- These are worth on average $30/Lb

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Post by ferrous » December 3rd, 2014, 12:57 pm

I have been harvesting these what category do they go in ?
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Post by testerman » December 3rd, 2014, 1:18 pm

ferrous wrote:I have been harvesting these what category do they go in ?
They look like MLCC (Monolithic Ceramic Capacitors). If they are, then those would most likely be palladium and maybe silver bearing items.

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Post by necromancer » December 3rd, 2014, 2:16 pm

those orange smd capacitors are tantilum
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Post by testerman » December 3rd, 2014, 2:29 pm

necromancer wrote:those orange smd capacitors are tantilum
Thanks for the info. Good to know. I think I saw them on some motherboards? or some other boards I can't think of right now.

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Post by necromancer » December 3rd, 2014, 2:41 pm

video cards & telecom boards is where i see those orange Ta caps, as the age of the board matters, now the newer boards have the yellow or black epoxy type smd Ta caps
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Post by testerman » December 3rd, 2014, 2:49 pm

necromancer wrote:video cards & telecom boards is where i see those orange Ta caps, as the age of the board matters, now the newer boards have the yellow or black epoxy type smd Ta caps
Yes. That's where I saw those. I stripped some video cards and telecom boards before.


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Post by ferrous » December 3rd, 2014, 4:57 pm

I got these from a old school hard drive :)
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