With the Fall here, we have to be on the lookout for many items that are being scrapped from the summer months…like grills.
Most grills are going to be one of three things:
Today, we are going to go over the third, cast aluminum.
A cast aluminum grill is generally an item that is poured into molds, or “castings,” and that is why it is called cast aluminum. This material is very durable and resistant to hot temperatures, which is why you will find cast aluminum in engine blocks and grills.
When you go to scrap them, ensure you have no wood handles, very few screws (if any!), and definitely no steel. You can then bring the material to your scrap yards for a clean price.
Just to check over that you have pulled off all of the steel screws and edges from the grill, be sure to use your magnet. If it sticks, get it off! You also have to be sure to pull out any racks inside the grill that may be steel or iron.
Until next week, scrap ya later!