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  • Toronto Gold Refiner - CNC Gold Refining
    refining services should get the fastest possible services in the industry To provide these fast services CNC uses the latest state of the art assaying and melting equipment This is where CNC was derived from We offer those small touches which make all the difference in your working day and business operation For the first time we give you direct and immediate control over the scrap gold refining process We appreciate the necessity of fast turnaround and prompt payments to keep your cash flow and production line rolling We see things differently than the competition and our reputation is everything Jewellers Jewellery Manufacturers Pawn Shops Dentists Dental Laboratories Jewellery Setters Individuals who want to convert old gold and silver jewelry and coins into money Highest returns from your gold silver platinum and palladium scrap Pay out up to 98 on your gold While you wait immediate settlement on readily meltable scrap materials State of the art accurate assays with fees 25 00 or less per elemental metal No melting fees if metal is purchased or refined Personalized service Tailored settlements and advances You decide cash pure gold or cheque No refining fees no hidden charges and no minimum lots Full

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  • CNC Gold Refining - About Us
    many of the jewellers dental labs pawn shops jewellery manufacturers and wholesalers With the advent of high precision state of the art x ray analyzers we have the capability to offer our customers an immediate settlement and payout and also allow them to witness the processing of their readily melt able materials What can take other companies days or even weeks only takes a few minutes for settlement and payout

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  • CNC Gold Refining - Refining Services
    you the value of the metals in your bar in one or more of the following forms 1 Gold bars gold grains or equivalent value in platinum alloy 2 A cheque 3 Other payment arrangements should your needs are different Once the karat of the bar is determined and you are not 100 satisfied the bar will be immediately returned to you Your only liability at that point is the cost of the assay and melting Alternatively if you are not satisfied with the assay you may elect to choose sending representative sample to a qualified independent laboratory If so determined we will then drill the bar to produce the required sample An additional sample marked umpire will be also produced at the same time and kept in case the lab analysis received is outside the splitting limits A Faster Process Turn around time is the same day as the material is received or the next day for small shipments of readily melt able scrap metals Large shipped lots may require more time Upon receipt prior to opening the shipped packages will be first weighed then opened and the contents will be re weighed If there is a discrepancy between our weigh and yours we will contact you before further processing Upon weight confirmation your material will be then melted into a bullion bar and assayed to determine the metal content On completion we will return a cheque or credit your account for the value of the precious metals in your bars We can also return the refined precious metals in commercial bullions for a modest charge A Fast Process Turnaround time of up to 72 hrs for sweeps and particularly big melt able refining lots Big readily melt able refining lots will be handled in a way similar to

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  • CNC Gold Refining - Products
    H 149 is the whitest for machining Does it pass the EN1811 Its 18KW can pass according to our test H 107 This alloy is a modified version of H 106B This alloy has lower casting temperature and lower hardness than H 106B However it is still only suitable for casting Although the color of this alloy is not as white as H 106B but it is already one of the whitest among our alloys This alloy can be used for stone setting as well Compared with H 106B this alloy has less porosity problem and it is easier to be used However if the customers complained its hardness the H 145B or H 145 has to be suggested Customers may ask What we can offer I want a whiter alloy than H 107 H 106B or H 106A can be used I want a cheaper alloy than H 107 H 106B is an option Does it pass the EN1811 Its 18KW can pass according to our test H 143C This alloy used to be the most popular one for making 18KW due to its low hardness However its low Ni content of 17 makes the resultant KW alloy too yellow and easy to have porosity problem This alloy is mainly used for casting For cold working purpose it is only conditionally accepted The high zinc content also renders oxidative porosity brittleness and high melt loss upon improper application Customers may ask What we can offer I want a whiter alloy than H 143C H 142 I want a softer alloy than H 142 H 102B H 6606 or H 6649 I want to do machining instead of casting H 148A or H 6649 H 148A Ni containing white alloy is seldom used for cold working purpose due to its relatively high hardness and fire cracking problem H 148A is in fact an exceptional example of the Ni containing alloy suitable for 14 18KW cold working purpose such as pressing hollow jewelry and wiring Due to the presence of special grain refiner this alloy gives very dense and shiny surface after cold working Also the appropriate ratio of the nickel and zinc renders this alloy almost free from fire cracking problem However this alloy is only suitable for cold working purpose only If this alloy is applied for casting the presence of grain refiner may lead to hard spot problem Customers may ask What we can offer I want a whiter alloy than H 148A H 149 I want a softer alloy than H 148A H 6649 I want to do casting instead of machining H 142 or H 6606 H 149 Usually the Ni white alloy for cold working purpose bears insufficient whiteness This alloy contains 28 of nickel which renders similar whiteness as normal H 145 and H 147A but the hardness is still in an acceptable range of around 170HV Also due to the low silicon content the ductility is relatively good and it is suitable for both casting and cold working purpose Again due to the low silicon content the recycling time of this alloy is limited and it may have more porosity upon numerous recycling Customers may ask What we can offer I want a whiter alloy than H 149 for machining We have no better choice I want a softer alloy than H 149 H 148A or H 6649 I want to do stone casting with the similar color as H 149 H 147A H 6610A Usually nickel containing alloys have hardness in the range of 150 200HV It is very difficult to have the nickel containing alloys with the hardness similar to the green gold H 6610A has the hardness of only at 125HV which is even softer than some green gold This makes the alloy is extremely good for stone setting and it is very easy to be used for casting With the addition of 5 10 silver the alloy is excellent for stone casting due to the improved fluidity Upon improper use this alloy may associates with porosity and cracking problem Customers may ask What we can offer I want a whiter alloy than H 6610A H 102B or H 6606 I want a better alloy for stone casting 5 10 of silver can be added to H 6610A H 6606 This alloy is a universal alloy for casting better than H 142 The slightly less nickel content of only 20 in this alloy makes the alloy more suitable for stone casting and stone setting This alloy contains relatively lower zinc content and therefore the oxidative porosity problem will be less upon recycling In order to obtain a better surface in casting addition of 2 5 of silver in the master alloy is strong suggested Customers may ask What we can offer I want a whiter alloy than H 6606 H 142 or H 147A I want a softer alloy than H 6606 H 102B or H 6649 I want to do machining with similar color H 148A or H 6649 H 6649 This alloy is a newly developed Ni containing alloy for cold working and casting purpose This alloy contains only 16 of Ni and it is very soft It is suitable for producing white gold from 8K 18K without any difficulty This alloy is extremely gold for 8 14K for the sake of softness and ductility For 18KW although this alloy is a bit off white it is generally accepted Customers may ask What we can offer I want a whiter alloy than H 6649 H 148A I want a softer alloy than H 6649 H 6610A I want to do stone casting with similar color Addition of 2 5 silver in H 6649 H 102B This alloy is similar to H 143C However H 102B has a fluidity and this alloy contains less zinc It makes the alloy has less oxidative porosity problem Also there will be less melt loss during the casting This alloy also gives denser surface and more shiny surface to the cast Customers may ask What we can offer I want a whiter alloy than H 102B H 6606 H 142 I want a softer alloy than H 6649 H 6610A I want to do stone casting with similar color Addition of 2 5 silver in H 102B I want to do machining instead of casting H 6649 or H 148A Colored Alloys H 112 or H 112B This alloy is designed for 8 14KY casting It is almost identical to LUX116 from Progold Its color is regarded as greenish and it is very suitable for the Turkish market A lot of customers prefer this color for making low karat green gold items Similar to other low karat alloys the zinc content of this alloy is quite higher It indicates the alloy may be easy to be oxidized especially if it is handled improperly H 112 contains more silicon than H 112B It indicates that the alloy H 112 has much better recycling time than H 112B but the new alloy may be easier to have cracking problem due to the surplus silicon in the alloys Customers may ask What we can offer I want an alloy with better recycling time H 112 I want an alloy with better ductility H 112B H 111 or H 111R This alloy is suitable for 8 14K deep yellow casting This alloy contain only 11 of silver and its color is in general accepted Due to its low silver content the alloy is especially good if the customer wants to reduce the production cost from master alloys The H 111R is the rolling version of H 111 This alloy is suitable for both casting and machining Customers may ask What we can offer I want a cheaper alloy with H 111 H 112 or H 112B I want a more greenish alloy than H 111 H 112B gives more greenish color H 126 H 126A H 126R H 126 is suitable for 8 14KY casting The color of this alloy is regarded as pinkish yellow which is one of the popular colors for EU market Comparing with other alloys for low karat gold this alloy contains relatively less zinc indicating it has less oxidative porosity problem To cope with different production method this alloy has some derivatives such as H 126A which contains less silicon rendering it suitable for casting with better facilities The silicon free version H 126R is developed for cold working purpose Customers may ask What we can offer I want a more greenish alloy than H 126 H 111 or H 112B Can the alloy be suitable for machining H 126R is the rolling version H 136A H 136B H 136D H 136A is suitable for 8 14KY casting It bears a greenish yellow color which is very popular for the US market Similar to other normal low karat alloys its relatively high zinc content renders a higher chance of getting oxidative porosity upon improper use To cope with the different production method derivatives such as H 136B and H 136D are developed H 136D has the same color but it is developed for the cold working purpose Customers may ask What we can offer I want a more greenish alloy than H 136A H 139 is suggested The alloy may crack easily after casting Quenching faster or use the version with less silicon H 139 or H 139R H 139 is suitable for 8 14KY casting This alloy gives a slightly more rich greenish yellow color than H 136A It is also very popular for the US market However due to its slightly higher silver content than H 136A it is more expensive than H 136A This alloy is almost identical to M5123I from Advance Customers may ask What we can offer I want a less greenish alloy than H 139 H 136A Can the alloy be suitable for machining H 139R is the rolling version H 210 H 210 is suitable for 8 14KY casting It has a pale yellow color which is one of the popular colors for the EU market Together with H 126 and H 136A these three items can be regarded as the most frequently requested alloys This alloy is very easily to handle Compare with H 136A it has less porosity problem The cold working version of H 210 will be developed upon requested by customers Customers may ask What we can offer I want an alloy with deeper color H 111 can be offered Can I use it for machining There is rolling version for H210 H 160A H 160C H 160D H 160C is suitable for 8 14KY casting Its deep yellow color is especially popular for the Indian market It is equivalent to the well known alloy UA1 in India Some Indian customers also used it for 18KY although it is not recommended here The alloy contains less than 10 of zinc indicating the ductility of this alloy is very good Besides the oxidative porosity is less due to the presence of zinc Similar to other yellow alloy it also has derivatives with different amount of silicon H 160D has the same color as H 160C but it is designed for cold working purpose Customers may ask What we can offer I want a cheaper alloy than H 160A H 111 is suggested The alloy has problems upon recycling Alloy with higher Si content is suggested such as H 160A H 188A H 188B H 188C H 188D H 188B is suitable for 14 18KY casting and some customers even extend its application to 10KY The color of this alloy is regarded as Hamilton yellow which is very popular in US market Similar to the alloys mentioned above this alloy also has different derivatives containing different amount of silicon The silicon free version H 188D is specially designed for cold working purpose However due to the presence of high percentage of zinc the alloy may have oxidative porosity upon improper use Also the ductility of the resultant alloy is worse and it may have cracking problem during casting Also due to its high silver content the selling price of this alloy is relatively higher Customers may ask What we can offer I want a cheaper alloy than H 188B H 139 is suggested The alloy may crack easily after casting Quenching faster or use the version with less silicon H 188B is suitable for 14 18KY casting and some customers even extend its application to 10KY The color of this alloy is regarded as Hamilton yellow which is very popular in US market Similar to the alloys mentioned above this alloy also has different derivatives containing different amount of silicon The silicon free version H 188D is specially designed for cold working purpose However due to the presence of high percentage of zinc the alloy may have oxidative porosity upon improper use Also the ductility of the resultant alloy is worse and it may have cracking problem during casting Also due to its high silver content the selling price of this alloy is relatively higher Customers may ask What we can offer I want a cheaper alloy than H 188B H 139 is suggested The alloy may crack easily after casting Quenching faster or use the version with less silicon H 153R This alloy is an improved version and our intensive trials showed that this alloy is less sensitive towards the intermetallic s formation This indicates that the alloy is not easy to become brittle This alloy is suitable for 10 18KR casting and it gives the typical red color 5N This alloy is also good for continuous casting But of course the ingot from continuous casting must be cooled effectively and rapidly after casting Customers may ask What we can offer I want an alloy with deeper color H 154A gives deeper color but more brittle The alloy may crack easily after casting Quenching faster or use the version with more silver H 154A This alloy gives the deepest red color for 18KR It is also suitable for 10 14KR casting However due to its high copper content the alloy is easy to crack if the casting is not handled properly If the customers always have cracking problem with this alloy in 18KR casting they are suggested to quench faster or they have to consider an alloy with lighter color Customers may ask What we can offer The alloy crack easily upon casting or soldering H 153R is suggested due to the lower Cu content I want a darker color H 154A is the darker or only copper is used H 128 H 128R This alloy contains 15 of silver This makes the alloy is easy to cast and easy to do machining The color of this alloy is sometimes referred as Russian Red The alloy is not very sensitive towards intermetallics formation resulting its ductile nature This alloy can be used for cold working purpose without too much problems However due to the higher silver content its color is bit paler Customers may ask What we can offer I want to have a deeper color H 153R is suggested due to the lower Ag content The alloy still cracks easily H 152 has to be suggested or quenching is not properly done H 152 This alloy is also for 10 18KR casting Due to its relatively high silver content it gives only a pink color But at the same time this alloy is the most user friendly It can be used as normal yellow gold except still a bit difficulty in stone casting If the customers do not care too much about the color or they want some pink gold which is easy to handle H 152 should be their choice Customers may ask What we can offer I want to have a deeper color H 128 or H 153R is suggested due to the lower Ag content The alloy turns greenish after quenching The flask temperature is too high and too much copper oxidized H 177A H 177B H 177C H 177R H 177A is suitable for 18KY casting Its yellow color is regarded as standard yellow or equivalent to 3N color It gives the most popular color among all the yellow gold no matter for EU or US market According to different production we also developed a series of derivatives such as H 177B and H 177C which contains less amount of silicon Since this alloy has higher percentage of silver indicating it is more sensitive towards the presence of silicon which is not soluble in silver Therefore the customers should be advised to consider changing to the one with less silicon once they experience cracking problem Due to the low content of zinc the alloy seldom has oxidative porosity problems For cold working purpose the customers can use H 177R Customers may ask What we can offer I want to have a more greenish color H 179B with 2N color is suggested I want a deeper yellow color H 176A is suggested The alloy cracks easily The version with less silicon is suggested H 179B H 179B is suitable for both 18KY casting and cold working purpose The color of this alloy is regarded as greenish yellow or equivalent to 2N color Sometimes this color is also termed as Italian yellow It is popular for EU market and Japanese market Since the alloy contains high content of silver silicon is not added for deoxidizing purpose except one of its derivatives H 179F But usually this alloy seldom has cracking problem unless improper handling H 179B used to be very popular among the market However due to its silver content and the change of the fashion trend it is no longer as popular as in the past Anyway if the customers asked the alloy with less greenish tint H 177A can be suggested In contrast if they asked for

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  • CNC Gold Refining - Why Choose Us
    over the processing of their refining lots Immediate service and full payment for all high grade readily melt able scrap measured in minutes Low grade material such as polishings and floor sweeps may take up to 72hrs We keep it simple Full guarantee to return your scrap immediately if you are not completely satisfied No minimum lot size No minimum charges No hidden charges State of the art assaying technology

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  • CNC Gold Refining - How it Works
    205 Toronto Ontario M5B 1B7 Toll 1 877 GOLD497 Tel 416 642 3508 Tel 416 642 3600 Fax 416 642 3500 info goldrefining ca Toronto Gold Refining About Us Refining Services Products Why Choose Us How it Works Materials Processed

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  • CNC Gold Refining - Materials Processed
    fees assay fees treatment charges and handling charges in addition to accountabilities CNC Gold Refining Inc has no fees or charges and pays a high percentage of the value of the precious metals up to 98 based on the market prices at the time your lot was completed Our turn around time is usually from 10 minutes to 72hrs There are never any minimum lot charges and you can feel free to send as little as you wish The following charges are for general guidance purposes and further modifications to these charges can be made depending upon the quantities qualities and complexities of the materials to be shipped Please Contact Us for better prices High Grade Jewelry or Dental Karat Gold Scrap Filings grindings sprues castings gates bridges crown caps old and broken jewellery 98 Of Assayed Content High Grade Silver Scrap over 80 Sterling scrap filing grindings electrolytic flakes coins spray booth scrapings 90 Of Assayed Content High Grade Platinum Group Metal Scrap Jewellery scrap filings grindings casting gates dishes thermocouple wires laboratories crucibles dental scrap 90 Of Assayed Content Low Grade Jewelry or Dental Scrap Polishings floor sweeps buffing dust filters emery papers vacuum bags grinding wheels sink

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  • CNC Gold Refining - Buy / Sell Prices
    website or the new mobile friendly Kitco website Any page on the full or mobile friendly version of Kitco com can be bookmarked for easier access in the future CAD Metal Bid Ask Selling Price Buying Price 0 00 CAD kilo 0 00 CAD kilo Click here or hit your browser s refresh button for the latest quote For more information please call us at 416 642 3600 Disclaimer and

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