Scrap
  • Copper Scrap
  • HMS1
  • HMS2
  • HMS1+2 (80/20)
  • Mill Scale
  • Melting Steel, Railroad No.1 used rails
  • Shredded Material
  • Aluminium Scrap
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Copper Scrap
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Barley No. 1 COPPER WIRE consists of No. 1 bare, uncoated, unalloyed copper wire, not smaller than No. 16 B & S wire gauge. The supply with green copper wire and hydraulically compacted material is subject to the agreement between buyer and seller. Berry No. 1 COPPER WIRE consists of clean, untinned, uncoated, unalloyed copper wire and cable, not smaller than No. 16 B & S wire gauge, free of burnt wire which is brittle. The supply with hydraulically briquetted copper is subject to agreement between buyer and seller. Birch No. 2 COPPER WIRE consists of miscellaneous, unalloyed copper wire having a nominal 96% copper content (minimum 94%) as determined by electrolytic assay. It is free of the following components: excessively leaded, tinned, soldered copper wire; brass and bronze wire; excessive oil content, iron, and non-metallics; copper wire from burning, containing insulation; hair wire; burnt wire which is brittle; and should be reasonably free of ash. Hydraulically briquetted copper is subject to agreement between buyer and seller. Candy No. 1 HEAVY COPPER consists of clean, unalloyed, uncoated copper clippings, punchings, bus bars, commutator segments and wire with a thickness of not less than 1/16 of an inch. It is free of burntwire which is brittle; but may include clean copper tubing. Hydraulically briquetted copper is subject to agreement. Cliff No. 2 COPPER consists of miscellaneous, unalloyed copper scrap having a nominal 96% copper content (minimum 94%) as determined by electrolytic assay. It should be free of the following components: Excessively leaded, tinned, soldered copper scrap; brasses and bronzes; excessive oil content, iron and non-metallics; copper tubing with copper connections or with sediment; copper wire from burning, material containing insulation; hair wire; burnt wire which is brittle; and should be reasonably free of ash. Hydraulically briquetted copper is subject to agreement.
 
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Description
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HMS1(No. 1 heavy melting steel)
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Standard
ISRI 200 to ISRI 202
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Wrought iron and/or steel scrap that is 1/4 inch and over in thickness. The following versions are available: ISRI 200 - Individual pieces not over 60 x 18 inches (charging box size), ISRI 201 - Individual pieces not over 36 x 18 inches (charging box size) and ISRI 202 - Individual pieces not over 60 x 24 inches (charging box size). All versions are prepared in a manner that insures compact charging.
 
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HMS2 (No. 2 heavy melting steel)
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ISRI - 203 has a thickness degree of 1/8 inch and higher. It includes material not suitable as No. 1 heavy melting steel and is prepared in a manner that insures compact charging. ISRI - 204 and 205 have both a maximum size of 36 x 18 inches and include all kinds of automobile scrap properly prepared. ISRI - 205 however is free of sheet iron or thin gauged material. ISRI - 206 has a maximum size of 60 x 18 inches and includes properly prepared automobile scrap which has to be free of sheet iron or thin gauged material.
 
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HMS1+2 (80/20)
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Standard
ISRI 200 to ISRI 206
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Heavy melting steel (HMS) or heavy melting scrap, is a designation for recyclable steel and wrought iron. It is broken up into two major categories: HMS 1 and HMS 2. The difference between the two is that HMS 1 does not contain galvanized and blackened steel, whereas HMS 2 does. ISRI 200 (HMS 1): Wrought iron and/or steel scrap with 1⁄4 inch and larger in thickness. All pieces must be smaller than 60x24 inches. ISRI 201 (HMS 1): Same properties as ISRI 200 except that pieces must be smaller than 36x18 inch. ISRI 202 (HMS 1): Same properties as ISRI 200 except that pieces must be smaller than 60x18 inch. ISRI 203 (HMS 2): Wrought iron and/or steel scrap, black and galvanized, 1⁄8 inch and larger in thickness. ISRI 204 (HMS 2): Same properties as ISRI 203 except that pieces must be smaller than 36x18 inch. ISRI 205 (HMS 2): Same properties as ISRI 204 except that it may contain automotive scrap excl. thin gauge material. ISRI 206 (HMS 2): Same properties as ISRI 205 except that pieces must be smaller than 60x18 inch.
 
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Mill Scale
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ISRI 224/225/259, ISRI 259 to 263
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Clean automotive slabs and clean auto blocks that are free of all steel parts except camshafts, valves, valve springs, and studs. Free of nonferrous and non-metallic parts.
 
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Melting Steel, Railroad No. 1
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ISRI (25) - Railroad Ferrous Scrap
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Clean wrought iron or steel scrap that is 1/4 inch and over in thickness and does not exceed 18 inches in width and 5 feet in length. It may include pipe ends and material of 1/8 inch to 1/4 inch in thickness but does not exceed 15 inches x 15 inches. Individual pieces are cut so as to lie reasonably flat in the charging box.
 
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Shredded Material
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ISRI 210 to ISRI 212
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This covers homogeneous iron and steel scrap that is magnetically separated and originating from automobiles, unprepared No. 1 and No. 2 steel, miscellaneous baling and sheet scrap.
 
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Aluminium scrap
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Nonferrous Scrap: NF-2011
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Aluminium recycling is the process by which scrap aluminium can be reused in products after its initial production. The process involves simply re-melting the metal, which is far less expensive and energy intensive than creating new aluminium through the electrolysis of aluminium oxide (Al2O3), which must first be mined from bauxite ore and then refined using the Bayer process. Recycling scrap aluminium requires only 5% of the energy used to make new aluminium.[1] For this reason, approximately 31% of all aluminium produced in the United States comes from recycled scrap. [2] Used beverage containers are the largest component of processed aluminum scrap, with most UBC scrap manufactured back into aluminum cans [3].
 
Copper Scrap
HMS1
HMS2
HMS1+2 (80/20)
Mill Scale
Melting Steel, Railroad No.1 used rails
Shredded Material
Aluminium Scrap