Non-Ferrous Scrap & Alloys

Non-Ferrous scrap includes aluminum, brass, bronze, copper, stainless steel, lead, zinc, insulated copper and aluminum wire, radiators and lead-acid batteries. This material can be prompt industrial, post consumer and/or obsolete equipment and machinery.

Alloy scrap includes Nickel and Nickel base alloys, Hastelloys, Nickel-Coppers, Nickel-Chromes, Cobalt and Cobalt base alloys, Stellites, heat-treat alloys, complex-nickels, corrosion resistant metals, Titanium, Tungsten, Tantalum, Zirconium, Rare Earth’s, Exotics and Superalloys.

All of this material is purchased and sold in the following forms: anodes, blades, borings, castings, cathode, clippings, chips, coils, drills, dummies, electrodes, extrusions, fabricated parts, fasteners, flashings, foil, forgings, machined parts, peels, pipe, plate, powders, punchings, slab ends, solids, spills, spinnings, stampings, slag, turnings, tundish and wire. We also purchase and market these same items in useable form at our customers’ request.

Ferrous Scrap

Ferrous scrap includes all grades of steel, alloy steel, tool steel, hot work chromium steel, plate & structural steel, sheet steel clippings, machine shop steel turnings and borings, automobile hulks, whole or unbroken machinery, electric furnace casting and foundry grade steel, cast iron grades, ductile iron and railroad scrap. In order for us to purchase railroad ferrous scrap, you must first be authorized to sell the material by the railroad and have written proof of such authority and the scrap must meet the specifications of the Association of American Railroads Purchases and Materials Management Division.