Current Scrap Metal Prices
Scrap Metal Scrap Price Updated Price Date
Copper National Average $3.42/lb Updated 11/30/2022
Steel National Average $158.00/ton Updated 11/30/2022
Aluminum National Average $0.53/lb Updated 11/30/2022

AL/ Copper Rads w/Iron

Last updated: 6 months ago
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$1.42/lb

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Recent Price History

$1.20/lb - 6/9/22
$1.80/lb Paducah, Kentucky 5/28/22
$1.50/lb Saint Paul, Minnesota 5/19/22
$1.64/lb Joplin, Missouri 5/11/22
$1.60/lb Westport, Massachusetts 5/1/22
$0.22/lb Kansas City, Kansas 1/24/22
$1.70/lb Sanford, Florida 1/24/22
$1.50/lb Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1/6/22

About AL/ Copper Rads w/Iron

Aluminum Copper Radiators With Steel

Aluminum Copper Radiators can be found from Air Conditioning units. They will always have the iron attached to the unit of the Copper Fin. You can bring these items into a scrap yard to get the best Aluminum Copper Radiators with Iron Scrap Prices and for your other scrap metal. If you have AL/ Copper Rads w/Iron you will often have freon on the inside for the coolant.

Other Items To Scrap From Air Conditioners

Along with the copper/aluminum coils you will be able to scrap a lot of other items from air conditioning units including:

Proper Way To Strip Air Conditioners

Check with you scrap yard, because many of them require you to have the freon removed by an HVAC contractor before scrapping it. You can scrap the rads as a whole unit, or you can make some extra money by cutting off the sides with iron to get a clean price. Have a lot Aluminum Copper Radiators with Iron in bulk from a construction or demolition job, you can request to have a scrap metal pick up by find a scrap yard near you with the iScrap App.

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By contacting a scrap yard near you, you can also request what the scrap price of your scrap is by giving them a call and checking their iScrap App listing. See more Scrapping Videos here.

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