Current Scrap Metal Prices
Scrap Metal Scrap Price Updated Price Date
Copper National Average $3.42/lb Updated 07/05/2022
Steel National Average $158.00/ton Updated 07/05/2022
Aluminum National Average $0.53/lb Updated 07/05/2022

Aluminum Radiators

Last updated:3 years ago
Find Scrap yard

$0.41/lb

(0.00%)

Recent Price History

$0.33/lb Gastonia,North Carolina 05/30/21
$0.25/lb Lancaster,California 05/19/21
$0.61/lb Fayetteville,North Carolina 05/18/21
$0.30/lb Yazoo City,Mississippi 05/17/21
$0.55/lb Davenport,Iowa 05/16/21
$0.45/lb Salina,Kansas 05/15/21
$0.30/lb Switz City,Indiana 05/13/21
$1.35/lb Deland,Florida 05/9/21

About Aluminum Radiators

How To Find And Scrap Aluminum Radiators:

Love working on cars? Then you will love scrapping too! If you are scrapping cars, you should often times come across Aluminum Radiators while working. Unlike other aluminum/copper radiators, aluminum radiators will not have copper tubing running through them so the Aluminum Radiators Scrap Prices will be less.

Prepare Your Aluminum Radiators From Other Scrap

Be sure to separate your aluminum radiators from the rest of your scrap metal to make the most money. If you have a bulk amount of aluminum radiators or other scrap, from a demolition job or auto salvage job, be sure to get your scrap picked up. You can request a scrap metal container to be dropped off at your business to pick up all your scrap metal.

Who Buys Aluminum Radiators?

Use the iScrap App to find a scrap yard in your area to request pick up service and also find the price of the aluminum radiator scrap. Use the iScrap App to find any other scrap metal prices from the scrap yards in your area. See more Scrapping Videos here. Aluminum radiators will generally come off of newer cars and trucks made after the year 2000, as that is when they started to switch from the traditional brass/steel radiators from cars.

Report Your Price Button

Top Non Ferrous Metals

Large Foreign Cat $312/each
Large GM Cat $281/each
Small Foreign Cat $163/each
Small GM Cat $162/each
Zorba $150/ton
Catalytic Converters $135/each
Regular Domestic Cat $119/each
Carbide $5.57/lb

Educational Video

Photos

Yards around Ashburn, VA that accept
Aluminum Radiators

PREMIUM YARD

Potomac Metals-Sterling

45655 Woodland Road Sterling, Virginia 20166

View scrap yard
PREMIUM YARD

Montgomery Scrap Corporation

15000 Southlawn Lane Rockville, Maryland 20850

View scrap yard
PREMIUM YARD

Potomac Metals-Manassas

11900 Livingston Road Manassas, Virginia 20109

View scrap yard
PREMIUM YARD

Potomac Metals-Springfield

6619 Iron Place Springfield, Virginia 22151

View scrap yard
PREMIUM YARD

Potomac Metals-Ranson

410 16th Ave Ranson, West Virginia 25438

View scrap yard
PREMIUM YARD

Potomac Metals-Beltsville

5215 Holland Drive Beltsville, Maryland 20705

View scrap yard
PREMIUM YARD

Kirby Metal Recycling

5832 Kirby Road Clinton, Maryland 20735

View scrap yard
PREMIUM YARD

Potomac Metals-Waldorf

2 Henry Ford Circle Waldorf, Maryland 20602

View scrap yard
PREMIUM YARD

United Iron & Metal LLC (Millington Ave)

909 Millington Ave Baltimore, Maryland 21223

View scrap yard
PREMIUM YARD

United Iron & Metal LLC (Pulaski Hwy)

4300 Pulaski Highway Baltimore, Maryland 21224

View scrap yard
PREMIUM YARD

Maryland Core, Inc.

6519 Quad Ave Baltimore, Maryland 21205

View scrap yard
PREMIUM YARD

C & C Cullet

12115 Washington Hwy Ashland, Virginia 23005

View scrap yard

Scrap Metal News

Copper Remains High While Oil Prices Rise – 5/12/21

JUMP TO NON-FERROUS JUMP TO FERROUS Can You Believe What’s Going On With These Markets? Well, well, well. That just happened. Copper markets have hit all-time record highs. Let’s just take a
Recycling keeps metals out of our landfills

How To Take Apart A Scrap Industrial Transformer

When you are looking to make the most money on your scrap transformer, we almost always suggest taking apart at least the copper transformers, and you should consider taking apart the aluminum ones

Why Are Copper Prices Increasing Right Now?

We have seen an unprecedented run-up of copper prices to a level that has not been seen since the middle of 2011. These markets running up are not as impressive as the run-up back in 2011 for many

Why Are Catalytic Converter Prices So High?

So many people have asked us over the years about the value of catalytic converters and why they are so expensive. When people look at catalytic converters they see a magnetic stainless steel shield

Why China is Refusing Scrap Metal & Materials

Over the years the Chinese have been buying and taking all types of commodities from all over the world and they have been accruing worldwide assets along the way. Those assets could be mines, ports,

Metal of the Month: Iron

Iron is a brittle, hard substance and the most abundant of all metals. Iron is the 4th most common element found in the Earth's crust, and Earth's core is thought to be composed of iron. It is also

Copper Shooting For The Moon, Still Pushing 10-Year Highs – 5/5/21

With copper prices rising and worldwide demand increasing, we won't be surprised to see a quick decrease or a fast increase coming

Need help? Contact us using this form and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

REPORT A PRICE

REPORT A PRICE

$

By posting prices to the iScrap App Website,
you agree to the Terms & Conditions

THANK YOU!

These are the prices you reported for
them

Metal Price
These are correct
Oops, These aren't correct

HAPPY SCRAPPING!

error: Alert: Content is protected !!