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    Buying Ta cap and more!!!

    http://recycletantalumcapacitors.com/

    more pictures @ http://recycletantalumcapacitors.blogspot.com/



    Eric@RECYCLETANTALUMCAPACITORS.COM

    I buy tantalum capacitors.

    $20.00Lb Wet electrolyte axial
    $15.00LB solid electrolyte axial
    $15.00LB polycoated axial,SMD,through hole
    $5.00LB foil style or arrays
    $50.00LB for prepared anodes
    $75.00LB silver wet caps (no leads)



    I included some examples of tantalum capacitors I have more at my blog

    Any questions relating to Ta capacitors in general please post. Any deals please keep to PM’s but please review your dealings with me.


    I also toll refine silver contacts and solder or jewelry. I can return cemented silver melted into bars or minted silver one TOz rounds.

    I do other refining from e scrap and karat scrap on a toll refining basses.

    I am buying silver Oxide batteries for 1.5X silver spot per a pound of batteries. 5Lb min

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7a...it?usp=sharing


    PM or email me if you have question.

    Eric Tackett


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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    I was wondering if you would do a pay on sort thing if I'd shave some boards and send the material?
    No I don't have the time to sort through stuff like that.



    Most of the time shaving boards is a wast of time.

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    I looked at your pdf about silver oxide batteries and kind of got confused. I thought that if they wern't marked lithium they were silver but I guess they are only certain model numbers? I got panasonic cr2032 and if they are marked lithium are they never silver or is it in terms of model numbers

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    The silver oxide batteries will not be litium.

    The PDF is so you match the numbers to what you have. If its not on the PDF use google.

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    What are your current prices?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tater650 View Post
    What are your current prices?
    Post #1 - first page,,,

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    For the refining of silver contacts, does the silver contact have to be seperated from it's metal backing? If so, contacts that are pressed on, looks like a rivet on underside, use a hammer and chisel? I have seen mention of sweating them off for the contacts that appear to be soldered. How is this done? Lastly, today I dismantled a bunch of contactors. In this particular batch, looking at the backing metal/silver contact from the side, no seam can be seen where silver contact and metal backing come together. What's that all about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flinthills View Post
    For the refining of silver contacts, does the silver contact have to be seperated from it's metal backing? If so, contacts that are pressed on, looks like a rivet on underside, use a hammer and chisel? I have seen mention of sweating them off for the contacts that appear to be soldered. How is this done? Lastly, today I dismantled a bunch of contactors. In this particular batch, looking at the backing metal/silver contact from the side, no seam can be seen where silver contact and metal backing come together. What's that all about?
    I prefer for them to be removed from the buss bar. The riveted ones can be cutout with a large par of wire cutters. The seamless ones are probably tin coated. Heat them from the back slowly and remove them like normal.
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    Ok. Now tantalum capicitors. Can both legs be magnetic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flinthills View Post
    Ok. Now tantalum capicitors. Can both legs be magnetic?
    Yes they will be magnetic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etack View Post
    Yes they will be magnetic.

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    Ok. I knew I had read where you said one leg would be magnetic. Just wasn't sure what it meant if both were. Do capicitors other than Tantalum have magnetic connectors? The few I've tried did not.

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    Can anyone tell me if the 1st cap in this last pic have any value!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deno View Post
    Can anyone tell me if the 1st cap in this last pic have any value!
    He was showing you all the different TA caps, I'm sure that was one also.

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    ok thnx was lost a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deno View Post
    Can anyone tell me if the 1st cap in this last pic have any value!
    I'm not sure what cap you are referring to but if you have one that you have questions with let me know. I will help you the best I can.

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    wow, I saw this in the recent posts and clicked to see what I could learn off of it. I am going to need to read Tantalum For Dummies about 4 times before I even try to read this thread again.

    but I know the next board I pull, I will be taking a look, even tho i am swearing to myself right now I wont do it... I don't believe that lie for one second.

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    Been looking for info like this for a while excellent pics to see what I need to go after. Thanks

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    Do they have to be separated by type size color etc ???..

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    tantulum yes or no?

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