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When scrapping, you will often come across Stainless Steel scrap. It can be mistaken as regular steel, but be sure to use your magnet to identify the metal and figure out if you should get the Stainless Steel Scrap Prices. If the magnet does not stick, you most likely have Stainless Steel. The 300 series stainless steel can often be found in appliances and kitchenware as well as some automotive and aerospace technology.
Stainless steel will often be mixed in with clean cast aluminum because the colors are similar. However be sure to really take a look at the texture and weight of the material. Aluminum will usually be dull and more pliable, whereas stainless steel will be stronger and have more of a shiny texture. The two materials are similar in prices but if you have your stainless steel analyzed by your scrap yard you may have a different type of stainless steel. To know the difference in stainless vs. aluminum click to read and learn more.
If you come across a large quantity from a demolition job, tear out, or from construction, be sure to find a scrap yard in your area that can pick up the material and pay you cash for it. Be sure to separate the Stainless Steel before finding a scrap yard near you on the iScrap App. See more Scrapping Videos here. Your local scrap yard or another that is close to you will be able to handle all types of 300 stainless loads, just reach out to them and always make sure that the material is prepared and clean for the best pricing.
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