Category Archives: Metal Recycling

How to Make Extra Cash in 2021 By Getting Rid of Junk

What’s everyone’s goal in life? To make a little more money, of course! If you have already forgotten about your New Year’s Resolution, simply change it right now to making more cash! But how can you do that this year? … Continue reading

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4 Types of Metal That Do Not Rust

Metal is one of the most valuable, naturally-occurring resources on our planet. One of the reasons why metal has such great value to our society is due to its strength and durability. But even the strongest metals can be subjected … Continue reading

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What is Tool Steel?

Tool steel is a special type of steel that is higher in hardness and more resistant to abrasion. There are variety of grades to choose from when on the market for tool steel, all of which also come in a … Continue reading

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3 Good Reasons to Recycle Scrap Metal in Indiana

Do you have a bunch of old, obsolete, or outdated junk laying around the house? Perhaps you have a shed, barn, or garage that could use a good purge? Basements are commonly good candidates too for a long-needed sprucing or … Continue reading

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How to Cut Copper Pipes With a Pipe Cutter

Copper is a terrific material. It is a soft, malleable, and ductile metal that is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity. It’s no wonder copper is used in so many building and construction applications! So, if you are preparing … Continue reading

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All the Basic Info You Need to Start Scrap Metal Recycling

There are numerous advantages to scrap metal recycling. Cash returns, reusing old goods, and protecting the environment are examples of how recycling metal and other materials can be beneficial. There are various types of alloys that can be reprocessed, so finding some … Continue reading

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Educational Facts About Titanium Alloys

Titanium is a widely-applied metal because it delivers a wide range of useful properties. It can be applied in pure form, which comes in various grades and finishes, or it can be used to create an alloy. An alloy is … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Stainless Steel and Mild Steel

Over the years of publishing blogs, we have covered the differences between a lot of metals. From ferrous and non-ferrous metal, to hot-rolled and cold-rolled steel, expanded metal and perforated metal, and a few more here and there. But today, … Continue reading

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Common Categories of Corrosion Resistant Alloys

Corrosion resistant alloys are also referred to as “CRA’s”, and they are a popular material in the world of welding and construction due to their high resistance to, you guess it, corrosion. There are various beneficial properties of corrosion resistant … Continue reading

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The Top 3 Applications of Recycled Scrap Metal

All metal is 100% recyclable, so metals and alloys like copper, iron, steel, aluminum, brass, and more are frequently recycled at scrap metal centers around the world. From there, they are made into new products and materials, and applied in … Continue reading

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