.Why Palladium



Palladium is both a monetary and an industrial metal. The unique properties of Palladium account for its widespread use. Over half of the supply of Palladium and its sister metal Platinum goes into catalytic converters, which neutralize up to 90% of harmful gases from auto exhaust. Palladium is also being increasingly incorporated into such technologies as fuel-cells to drive the cars of the future.

Palladium's precious metal qualities and appearance generate significant consumption in the luxury jewelry market. Palladium is also found in many electronics including computers, mobile phones, and LCD televisions. Palladium is also used in dentistry, medicine, hydrogen purification, chemical applications, and groundwater treatment. The demand for Palladium is surpassing production and is expected to continue to do so.




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