Aluminium Alloy Wheel Scrap

Enriched with massive industry indulgent and understanding of this sector, we are involved in presenting a wide assortment of Aluminium Alloy wheel scrap. These scraps are widely used for the purposes of reusing and recycling. Available with us in bulk orders, our customers can get these from us at affordable costs. Also, we assure delivering these on time.

Description

Aluminium Alloy Wheel Scrap

Aluminium Alloy Wheel Scrap, Aluminium Ubc Scraps and Aluminium Wire.

We are trading in the finest quality Metal Scrap/ Aluminum Scrap, which are recycled for producing pure copper products and equipment. Enriched with massive industry indulgent and understanding of this sector, we are involved in presenting a wide assortment of Aluminium wheel scrap.

Products Aluminum Car Alloy Wheels Scrap

 

Grade AA

 

Materials

 

Car Wheels

 

Product Origin

 

South Africa

 

Zn (min )

 

99.97%

 

Alloy Or Not:

 

Non-Alloy

 

Color:

 

Shiny silvery metal

 

Secondary or not:

 

Non-secondary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quality

 

Wheels are free from dirt’s, dusts, water, grease and oil, very clean.

 

Features: Free from Nuts, Steel plate, paint

 

Metal:

 

Nonferrous Metal

 

 

 

 

Packaging:

 

Loose in container or According to buyer’s request.

 

 

Certification

 

ISO 9000:2001, HACCP, SGS CERTIFCATION

 

 

Exporting Continents

 

Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America, Australia.

 

Our Company is a prestigious company with a good reputation to suite all customer`s across the world and we look forward to providing good quality products and we will offer at very good price as our prices are 100% NEGOTIABLE.

We recognise that far from being a waste, valuable scrap can often form an essential part of our clients’ production requirements. With this in mind, we always endeavour to segregate and sort material for recycling back into the same alloy series.

This philosophy is aligned to our customers wishing to create a closed-loop recycling effect, encompassing the revert market for some of the more exotic metals such as titanium and nickel alloys.

However, sometimes the mixing of scrap is unavoidable, and as a result we can also offer a wide range of secondary materials for use in a variety of end markets.