Cast Aluminum scrap can be very good to collect while gathering your other scrap metal to take the your local scrap yard. Cast Aluminum prices are often changing so be sure to contact a scrap metal yard in the area through the iScrap App.
Looking to Sell Scrap Aluminum?
If you are looking to get rid of a few pieces of the cast aluminum scrap, you can drive up to any of the scrap yards to dump it off for their current Cast Aluminum Scrap Prices. If you have a larger quantity of scrap metal, you can request a scrap metal pick or container request directly to your construction site or demolition job.
Where Does Cast Aluminum Come From?
Cast aluminum is generally formed in molds in factories and some examples of cast are engine blocks, cast grills, and other parts from vehicles. Another common place to find cast aluminum is out on your patio…where you sit. Yes you got it! Cast aluminum patio sets are very common, just make sure to remove the plastic webbing from them before cashing them in if they have it. Generally cast aluminum is poured into a mold, but sometimes cast aluminum can be made through a vacuum process. Make sure to ask your scrap yard about the prices on cast and how they want it properly prepared
Not Sure About the Prices of Scrap Aluminum?
Be sure to check the Cast Aluminum price with your local scrap yard if you have a large quantity. Also be sure to check the other aluminum and scrap metal prices when you contact them. This way you know what kind of Scrap Aluminum prices you are receiving before heading there. See more Scrapping Videos here.
How Do You Know Cast Aluminum?
You would think that this question is easy, but it not always is that easy. Cast aluminum looks so similar to many metals like zinc and die cast that it is not always that easy to tell the difference…so how do you know what it is? Well first things first, cast aluminum is much more common then those other metals so you can bet that you will have normal cast aluminum if you are scrapping items like grills and many engine parts. Cast aluminum will look like it was poured into a mold…or “casted.”