Ferrous Metal Products

Our full list of ferrous scrap metals we purchase and deal in.

Auto Cast:

Auto Cast blocks are meticulously cleaned and contain no steel parts except for camshafts, valves, valve springs, and studs. They are also devoid of non-ferrous and non-metallic components.

Busheling:

Busheling comprises of clean steel scrap, including new factory sheet clippings, stampings, etc., with a maximum size of 2 feet x 5 feet. Please note that it excludes old auto body and fender stock, and must be free of metal coated, limed, vitreous enameled, and electrical sheet containing over 0.5 percent silicon.

Cast Iron:

Cast Iron scrap includes columns, pipes, plates, and castings of miscellaneous nature. However, it is free from stove plates, brake shoes, and burnt scrap. The pieces must be cupola size, not over 24 x 30 inches in dimension, and no piece should weigh over 150 pounds. It must also be free from any foreign material.

Cast Iron Borings:

Cast Iron Borings consist of clean cast iron or malleable iron borings and drillings, free of steel turnings, scale, lumps, or excessive oil.

Flashings and Forgings:

Flashings and Forgings are scrap metal by-products of forging operations, and they come in various sizes.

Foundry Grades:

Foundry Grades include punchings or stampings, plate scrap, and bar crops that contain less than 0.05 percent phosphorus or sulfur and less than 0.05 percent silicon. All materials cut 12 inches and under, and with the exception of punchings or stampings, at least 1/8 inch in thickness. Punchings or stampings under 6 inches in diameter may be of any gauge.

Heavy Melt:

Heavy Melt scrap includes wrought iron and/or steel scrap that is less than or equal to 5 feet x 2 feet and 1/4 inch and greater in thickness. Individual pieces should not exceed 60 x 24 inches and should be prepared in a manner that ensures compact charging.

Machinery:

Machinery scrap refers to end-of-life machinery, typically made of steel, cast, and mixed metals.

OTM (Other Track Material):

OTM scrap refers to all spikes, track bolts and nuts, lock washers, rail anchors, tie plates, rail joints, angles, and/or splice bars, and all steel coil springs.

Punchings:

Punchings scrap includes all materials cut 12 inches and under. Punchings or stampings under 6 inches in diameter may be of any gauge.

Rail:

Rail scrap includes railroad rails of various lengths, weights, and configurations. Rails can include all chemistry grades (carbon or alloy), and may have joint bars, bolts, and rail anchors attached. They must be free from concrete, dirt, and foreign material of any kind.

Rebar:

Rebar scrap refers to end-of-life steel rods, typically pulled out of concrete infrastructure. The material must be free of concrete and other contaminants.

Sheet Iron:

Sheet Iron scrap includes post-consumer steel material that is clean, painted, galvanized, or coated and less than 1/4 inch thick. It must be free of insulation, plastic, rubber, or other contaminants.

Shredded Scrap:

Shredded Scrap is homogeneous iron and steel scrap that has been magnetically separated. It can come from lawn mowers, appliances, bikes, etc.

Slitter:

Slitter scrap includes chopped end cuts from the steel slitting process.

Steel Can Bundles:

Steel Can Bundles are compressed steel can scrap that fits into charging boxes and weighs not less than 75 lbs per cubic foot.

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