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.
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
Supplier: Rice, corn, sugar, wheat, cement, aluminum ingots, copper scrap , used rail and HMS 1&2
Buyer: Steel scrap, used rails, cement
We offer a wide plethora of Zinc in many forms including LME registered and non registered Special High Grade Ingots and Jumbos, cathodes, dust, foil, granules, powder, pieces, anodize activated powder, shot, and a mossy form. Zinc is a bluish-white, lustrous metal. It is brittle at ambient temperatures but is malleable at 100 to 150°C. It is a reasonable conductor of electricity, and burns in air at high red heat with evolution of white clouds of the oxide. Plating thin layers of zinc on to iron or steel is known as galvanizing and helps to protect the iron from corrosion.
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
We put forward a high quality of assortment of Nickel which is available in many forms including LME registered and non registered cathodes, cut cathodes, briquettes, pellets, disks, shots, granules, foil, powder, flakes, sheet, wire, mesh, spheres, “evaporation slugs”, and rods. Nickel is a silvery white metal that takes on a high polish. It is hard, malleable, ductile, somewhat ferromagnetic, and a fair conductor of heat and electricity
We are engaged in making Lead available in several forms including LME registered and non registered 99.97% and 99.99% as well as secondary ingots, foil, granules, powder, rod, shot, sheet, and wire. Lead is a bluish-white lustrous metal. It is very soft, highly malleable, ductile, and a relatively poor conductor of electricity. It is very resistant to corrosion but tarnishes upon exposure to air. Alloys include pewter and solder.
BFS consists primarily of silicates, aluminosilicates, and calcium-alumina-silicates. BFS forms when slagging agents (e.g., iron ore, coke ash, and limestone) are added to the iron ore to remove impurities. The average chemical composition of the material is the following: CaO 36.50% MgO 7.90% Al2O3 11.70% MnO 1.13 % K2O 0.43 % Na2O 0.22% FeO 1.71 % SiO2 38.73% TiO2 0.69% S 0.86% We have available two different lots of slag GRANULATED BLAST FURNACE SLAG The granulated blast-furnace slag is sand-type slag manufactured by spraying high-pressure water jets on a blast-furnace molten slag. We have 3,330 Ton of this material ready for shipment and it can be supplied to the domestic and the overseas markets for cement and ground granulated blast-furnace slag production. AIR COOLED BLAST-FURNACE SLAG This material is manufactured from molten blast-furnace slag by air-cooling process. The product is not crushed and screened. The material at visual inspection appears as formed by lumps of different size. It is classified has a waste with the following EWC Code: 10.02.01. We have available10,300 MT ready for shipment . The material must be crushed in accordance with the specified application and sold as materials for road base course material, rock fiber, coarse concrete aggregates and cement clinker raw materials.
We are able to supply Tin in many forms including LME registered and non registered, ingots, slabs, bars, foil, granules, powder, anodized activated powder, shot, wire, sticks, ingots, and “mossy tin”. Tin is a silvery-white metal, is malleable, somewhat ductile, and has a highly crystalline structure. The element has two colours, with a cubic structure which changes at allotropic forms. On warming it is grey, the ordinary form of the metal. When Tin is cooled below 13.2°C, it changes slowly from white to grey or tetragonal structure. This change is affected by impurities such as Aluminium and Zinc, and can be prevented by small additions of Antimony or Bismuth.