Ferrous Scrap is considered that waste material which contains iron and some amount of other metals in it. It is received from automobile, railway tracks, home appliances, steel structures, and agricultural equipment. This scrap is recycled for making steel, cans, furnishing fixtures, and lighting assemblies. Its processing is done at very high temperature in the furnaces after segregation and removing impurities. This scrap is magnetic in nature and provides only some amount of resistance from corrosion.
Ferrous Metal Scraps
Ferrous Metal Scraps are received from ships, farm equipment, metal fabricating industries, houses, offices, construction sector, and architectural structures. They contain high amount of iron content with little non ferrous metals. These scarps are processed at extreme temperatures under industrial furnaces for melting. They are used for the manufacturing of different usable items including bars, sheets, home appliances, fasteners, and road & bridge making projects. Their reuse helps in reducing the waste accumulation in the environment that can create possible negative impacts.
Ferrous Scrap Lms Bundles
CRCA Busheling Scrap
CRCA Busheling Scrap mainly consists of steel made sheet clips, stampings, and fasteners that do not exceed from about 12 inches in any dimension. Abbreviated for cold rolled close annealed, it has reduced thickness achieved by CRCA process after hot rolling & pickling. This steel scrap is cleaned, segregated, and then melted at elevated temperature to shape it into something useful that can be used in different industries.
Heavy Melting Scrap
Heavy Melting Scrap contains recyclable steel and wrought iron received from crash vehicles, warehouses, un-repairable industrial motors, and vents. It basically categorized as HMS 1 & HMS 2 on the basis of blackened & galvanized steel. This scrap can be reused for manufacturing of alloys, architectural structures, and some automobile assemblies as well. It is graded into ISRI 200 to 206 and is processed by a series of steps including sorting, shearing, shredding, torching, and baling.