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Types of Scrap Metal
Metals That Can be Recycled and How Much They are Worth The knowledge of how valuable a metal is can make you a successful scrap metal dealer. It is also important that you know where to find these metals while searching for scrap. These are the metals that are mostly sold at the scrap yard which are later processed and sent to respective companies to be recycled: Ferrous Scrap Metals Any metal with iron content is known as ferrous metal. In other words if the metal sticks to a magnet it is ferrous. Ferrous scrap metal can be found in material like: Car engines Construction scrap Metal offcuts Cylinders Cast iron Heavy machinery Light iron Lorry engines Steel Trains Wrought iron Domestic white goods Non-Ferrous Scrap Metals Where the metal does not stick to the magnet, there is no presence of iron in it. Hence it is a non-ferrous metal. These include: Aluminium Alloys and alloy wheels Armoured cable Brass Bronze Cast zinc Catalytic converters Chrome Copper cables Coils Household cabling Lead acid batteries Lead piping Nickel Platinum Sheet lead Solder Stainless steel Tin Titanium Tungsten Old computers Old mobile phones Scrap cars and vehicles Scrap Metal Prices The table below summarises the different types of metal, common items in which they may be found, as well as the approximate scrap metal price per kilogram in 2015. Please note that the prices may fluctuate and so it is recommended to regularly check the figures.
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Scrap Metal Profit is a trading style of Admatrix Ltd, company number 08475546, VAT registration 195579545. Your use of this website is subject to your acceptance of the terms of use  and the privacy policy. You can contact Scrap Metal Profit by emailing admin@scrap-metal.org.uk and you will normally receive a reply within 48 hours.
Metals That Can be Recycled and How Much They are Worth The knowledge of how valuable a metal is can make you a successful scrap metal dealer. It is also important that you know where to find these metals while searching for scrap. These are the metals that are mostly sold at the scrap yard which are later processed and sent to respective companies to be recycled: Ferrous Scrap Metals Any metal with iron content is known as ferrous metal. In other words if the metal sticks to a magnet it is ferrous. Ferrous scrap metal can be found in material like: Car engines Construction scrap Metal offcuts Cylinders Cast iron Heavy machinery Light iron Lorry engines Steel Trains Wrought iron Domestic white goods Non-Ferrous Scrap Metals Where the metal does not stick to the magnet, there is no presence of iron in it. Hence it is a non-ferrous metal. These include: Aluminium Alloys and alloy wheels Armoured cable Brass Bronze Cast zinc Catalytic converters Chrome Copper cables Coils Household cabling Lead acid batteries Lead piping Nickel Platinum Sheet lead Solder Stainless steel Tin Titanium Tungsten Old computers Old mobile phones Scrap cars and vehicles Scrap Metal Prices The table below summarises the different types of metal, common items in which they may be found, as well as the approximate scrap metal price per kilogram in 2015. Please note that the prices may fluctuate and so it is recommended to regularly check the figures.
Types of Scrap Metal
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