WE ACCEPT FERROUS METALS
Whether you have steel, iron, or any other type of ferrous metal, we have the expertise and equipment to handle your material efficiently and responsibly.
Our team is committed to providing you with a seamless experience from start to finish, ensuring that your ferrous metals are properly processed and recycled.
We pride ourselves on our commitment to sustainability and responsible environmental practices.
At our facility, we believe in providing our clients with the best possible service, which includes paying fair and top dollar for their ferrous metals. We understand the value of these materials, and we take the time to assess them carefully, offering our clients competitive prices based on current market rates.
We are committed to building long-term relationships with our clients, and that means providing transparent and trustworthy service every step of the way.
Ferrous metals are metals that contain iron as a principal element. They are known for their strength and durability and are commonly used in construction, engineering, and manufacturing. Some common ferrous metals include steel, cast iron, and wrought iron.
Steel is an iron and carbon alloy, one of the most widely used ferrous metals. It is valued for its strength, durability, and versatility and is used in construction, transportation, and machinery. There are many different types of steel, including carbon steel, stainless steel, and alloy steel, each with its own properties and uses.
Cast iron is a strong, brittle metal commonly used to manufacture engine blocks, pipes, and cookware. It is known for its heat retention and even heat distribution, making it a popular choice for cooking.
Wrought iron is a malleable and ductile metal that is often used for decorative purposes, such as gates and railings. However, it is also used in construction for its strength and durability.
Other ferrous metals include various grades of iron, such as pig iron and gray iron, and various alloys of iron, such as nickel-iron and chromium-iron. These metals are often used for their specific properties, such as corrosion resistance or magnetic properties.