Non-Ferrous Metals

Non-Ferrous Metal that we Buy:




  • Copper Shiny Bright

  • Copper Greasy Shiny Bright

  • Copper Buzz Bar/Copper 1A

  • Copper Mixed

  • Copper Solids

  • Copper Tin

  • Copper Brazery

  • Copper Shavings




  • Rads Copper

  • Rads Aluminium

  • Rads Ali Copper




  • Gun Metal Solids

  • Gun Metal Shavings

  • Grown Wheels




  • Brass Heavy

  • Brass Shavings

  • 60/40 Brass

  • 70/30 Brass




  • Aluminium Cast

  • Aluminium Old Rolled

  • Aluminium New Rolled

  • Aluminium Extrusions

  • Aluminium Wire

  • Aluminium Shavings

  • Aluminium Cans

  • Aluminium Litho

  • Aluminium Rims

  • Aluminium Air Legs

  • Aluminium Foil




  • Lead Cable

  • Lead Hard

  • Batteries




  • Zinc Clean

  • Zinc/Ali Mix




  • Nickle Cushion

  • Nickle SQ




  • Stainless Steel 304

  • Stainless Steel 316

  • Stainless Steel 310

  • Stainless Steel Shavings

  • 3CR12

  • Stainless Steel Elements




  • Moly

  • Electric Motors

  • Tungsten Tooling

  • Tungsten Wearpart

  • Tungsten Clean Mining

  • Tungsten Unclean Mining


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The characteristics of Non-Ferrous metals:


Non-ferrous metals include aluminum, brass, copper, nickel, tin, lead, and zinc, as well as precious metals like gold and silver.

While non-ferrous metals can provide strength, they are primarily used where their differences from ferrous metals can provide an advantage.

For instance, non-ferrous metals are much more malleable than ferrous metals. Non-ferrous metals are also much lighter, making them well-suited for use where strength is needed, but weight is a factor, such as in the aircraft or canning industries. Because they contain no iron, non-ferrous metals have a higher resistance to rust and corrosion, which is why you’ll find these materials in use for gutters, water pipes, roofing, and road signs. Finally, they are also non-magnetic, which makes them perfect for use in small electronics and as electrical wiring.


As far as recycling goes, aluminum is the third most recycled material in the world. However, many other non-ferrous materials like copper, brass and lead are relatively scarce, and metallurgists rely heavily on scrap material recycling to make new ones.