Most 310 stainless steel is often used in furnace parts, oil burner parts and welding filler wire. Your wallet will thank you when you scrap your 310 stainless steel and get the best 310 Stainless Steel Scrap Prices. Make sure that your stainless steel is not steel by using a magnet. If the magnet does not stick you most likely have stainless steel. If you are collecting 310 Stainless Steel and you aren’t quite ready to scrap it with you local yard yet, be sure to have a secure place to store it to prevent theft.
What Composes Or Makes Up 310 Stainless?
Inside of 310 stainless steel the percentage of metals are:
19-22% Nickel (Ni)
24-26% Chromium (Cr)
Under 3% of Each: Small traces of Manganese (Mn), Tin (Sn), Phosphorus (P), Carbon (C)
Balance is Iron (Fe)
Are There Other Types Of Stainless Steel?
If you have other types of stainless steel scrap that you are looking for and collecting, be sure to separate them so you can get the correct scrap price for each type. Be sure to check the outside of the material. Sometimes stainless steel has the different type of grades printed in ink on the outside of the material.
Have A Lot Of Stainless Steel?
Large loads of scrap 310 stainless steel from construction jobs or tear outs can be picked up by your local scrap metal yard. Ask your scrap yard if they will consider different pricing for 310 stainless steel in large amounts. There are a variety of stainless steel grades be sure to know the difference and don’t be afraid to ask your scrap yard to analyze them in front of you so that you can begin to learn too. If you need to find a yard near you or schedule a pick up, use the iScrap App. The app can also help you locate prices for 310 stainless steel at the yard that you choose. See more Scrapping Videos here.
Yards around Seattle, WA that accept 310 Stainless Steel