RK Scrap & Metal is a national and international seller of non-ferrous and alloyed metals. We supply buyers in Europe, the United States and Asia. We are the main supplier of steel and metal to steel manufacturers and foundries and as such maintains direct contact with the final processors. RK Scrap & Metal is dedicated to the export of Scrap, Aluminium tableware, aluminium cast, new aluminium, new aluminium amg, aluminium insulation profiles, aluminium foil, white aluminium profiles, lacquered aluminium profiles, aluminium cables, aluminium chips, lead, old copper, new copper, copper cable, copper cable , copper cable, brass, v2a, v2a chips, v4a, zinc, stainless steel 316, stainless steel, stainless steel 304, hms 3b, hms 1&2, hms 1, hms 2, hms, hms 2b, mixed scrap, hms 1/2, new steel scrap, heavy shears, iron shavings, new packages steel scrap, shredder pre material, new steel scrap. We aim to achieve competitive prices, high quality materials and the best possible logistics and service solutions. Thereby guaranteeing the progress of the production process. Hopefully we will hear from you soon.
We offer the below types of copper & alu scrap: 1). Copper A regrind 2). Copper & brass shredded 3). Alu - copper shredded (80/20) 4). Alu shredded 100% Interested parties please contact us for offers.
We can provide two different grades of spent aluminium shot. This material is collected after it is used to remove surface contamination of nonferrous metal casting parts ( blast cleaning processes). It is white fused alumina manufactured from calcined alumina classified with the following EWC code: 12 01 17. We can provide two different grades: ALU 1 Size: 20 mm Bulk Density: to be informed later Current Availability: 200 MT/monthly ALU 2 Size < 2 mm Bulk Density: 3,80-3,90 kg/dm3 Current Availability: 200 MT/monthly Feel free to contact us for further details.
Supplier: Aluminium ( ingots, T-bars, sows, rods), copper (cathodes, cakes, billets, ingots, rods), lead (ingots), nickel (cathodes both cut and uncut briquettes, pellets, discs, etc.), tin (ingots, etc.), zinc (ingots both regular size and jumbos), steel billets (all types including CRC, HRC, HDGC, plates, sheets), concentrates and ores for above items including bauxite and iron ores), scraps of above items including HMS 1&2 and steel scraps
Buyer: Aluminium ( ingots, T-bars, sows, rods), copper (cathodes, cakes, billets, ingots, rods), lead (ingots), nickel (cathodes both cut and uncut briquettes, pellets, discs, etc.), tin (ingots, etc.), zinc (ingots both regular size and jumbos), steel billets (all types including CRC, HRC, HDGC, plates, sheets), concentrates and ores for above items including bauxite and iron ores), scraps of above items including HMS 1&2 and steel scraps
The supply of raw materials is a key issue for the world steel industry. Currently the most common steel making process are: From raw materials including iron ore, limestone and coke along with recycled steel by the blast furnace (BF) and basic oxygen furnace (BOF) route. The purpose is to extract metals from ores, and subject them to a thermochemical treatment in order to produce alloys.
Waste Specification: European Classification: E46 EWC Code: 19.01.02 Basel Code: B10 10 The material is loose steel scrap processed through an incinerating plant for domestic waste followed by magnetic separation, fragmentized into pieces and consisting partly of tin coated steel cans. At a visual inspection, the material is fragmentized, with iron and steel parts, resulting partly cut or in shredded form. The stock appears heterogeneous and contains all kind of cut or dismantled steel parts such as sheets, bars, frames, wires, bolts and other iron/steel household residues. The incinerated scrap is eventually oxidized, due to the thermal and cooling treatments, that the material has been submitted to. The burnt scrap also contains minor slag parts, ash and iron oxide, due to the recovery process. Such components are inherent and adhere to the scrap surface. The total impurities, can be sorted, but not fully removed. The consignment does not contain any type of arms, ammunition, mines, shells, cartridges, radioactive contaminated, or any other explosive material in any form either used or otherwise. The collected stock, is stored in open air, on cemented flooring. Due to the scrap dimensions and the material conditions, this particular scrap, should be carefully evaluated first, by the end users, to confirm its adequate recovery ratio and its suitability to be re-melted in the electric arc furnace. Please feel free to contact us for further details
We hold immense expertise in making available Copper in many forms including LME registered and non registered cathodes, billets, rods, cakes, bars, foil, sheet, granules, plates, powder, shot, turnings, wire, insulated wire, mesh and “evaporation slugs”. Copper is one of the most important metals. Copper is reddish with a bright metallic lustre. It is malleable, ductile, and a good conductor of heat and electricity (second only to silver in electrical conductivity). Its alloys, brass and bronze, are very important. Monel and gun metals also contain copper. The most important compounds are the oxide and the sulphate, (blue vitriol
The Tire derived Steel, or Tire Wire Scrap is a light melting scrap obtained during the shredding process of used tires. This material is a by-product obtained during the granulation process of waste tyres. Generally 10% - 20% of the weight of an old passenger car tyre usually consists of steel. An average shredding plant produces about 100-200 MT of steel tyre wire and its quality can vary according to technology, storing and management systems adopted by the producing plants. We can provide: - clean steel cord that is processed in order to reduce the rubber/fiber content - Tire wire scrap that still contains up to 20% rubber/fiber For further details please feel free to contact us.
Supplier: Mill scale, metal scrap, EAFD Dust, Zinc Dust, metal slag, fluorspar, Aluminium Scarp