Brass is actually the name given to a whole range of copper-zinc alloys. Each has a different combination that makes up the brass, so some are stronger, others have a different colour, and some can have antimicrobial properties.
The composition of brass also means that it does not rust, although it may tarnish in certain conditions if it is not protected with a layer of lacquer which can come in paint, powder, or baked form.
At ASM Metal Recycling we are happy to purchase all grades of scrap brass from you, including new brass cuts, rod brass and mixed brass, brass rod borings, brass borings, and brass radiators.
Brass remains one of our most popular scrap metals and we provide our customers with the most competitive prices on the day they enquire as values tend to fluctuate by the day – and sometimes the hour! You can learn more about scrap metal prices to see how we calculate the price of your scrap.
Why recycle brass with ASM?
Brass is highly sustainable and can be recycled many times over, without diminishing its makeup, so the recycling process can continue time and again.
ASM works to get you the best price possible
Scrap metal prices change on a daily basis, but at our recycling centres, we always offer our customers the most up-to-date prices for brass. We look at current supply and demand, the type and grade of scrap metals, plus we have been specialising in scrap metal recycling for over 50 years. Call the team and find out how we can help you.
ASM has an eco-friendly approach
ASM is fully accredited with the ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 and is fully licensed by The Environment Agency. We are an approved CHAS (Contractors Health and Safety Scheme) provider, and all our sites are registered and 100% compliant with the Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013. Our green approach to recycling is beneficial for both our customers and the environment.
ASM is efficient
We use the latest processing technology at our recycling sites. Plus, we work to improve the safety and efficiency of recycling all scrap metals and vehicles.
What brass items can be recycled?
Brass is available in a range of colours and can be easily shaped for a variety of applications and furnishings. Brasses also have other useful properties, including:
- High electrical conductivity – very useful properties given that brass is used for the pins in a 13-amp plug.
- High thermal conductivity – extremely useful for instances when heat needs to be removed efficiently (take car radiators for example)
- Impressive strength – this durability makes brass very useful for security products i.e. door locks which must resist bending.
With most brass products, at the end of their useful life they will be available for recycling. Here are some of the possible brass items you might have in your own home capable of being sold on to us for scrap:
- Letter boxes
- Door knockers
Get in touch today
Give ASM Metal Recycling a call to get the best aluminium scrap prices. We always offer our customers the most up-to-date prices and can use our expertise and experience to help you. Find your local depot here, or check out our scrap metal collection services.
If you’re looking to enquire about the best possible prices for scrap brass then give ASM Metal Recycling a call. We use the most advanced digital scales to provide the most accurate weight of your brass; guaranteeing you the right price, so contact our friendly team today!