Current Scrap Metal Prices
Scrap Metal Scrap Price Updated Price Date
Copper National Average $3.42/lb Updated 08/16/2022
Steel National Average $158.00/ton Updated 08/16/2022
Aluminum National Average $0.53/lb Updated 08/16/2022

Clean ACR

Last updated:3 years ago
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$1.40/lb

(-105.56%)

Recent Price History

$0.90/lb , 07/30/22
$1.25/lb Garland,Texas 07/28/22
$1.30/lb Marion,Arkansas 07/27/22
$1.30/lb , 07/26/22
$1.36/lb St. Peters,Missouri 07/23/22
$0.80/lb Newton,Illinois 07/16/22
$1.45/lb , 07/7/22
$1.25/lb , 07/7/22

About Clean ACR

Let’s Go Over ACR’s (shortened for Aluminum Copper Radiators).

Clean ACR’s or aluminum copper radiators can be found for scrap quite often. Scrap Clean ACR prices can range during the year, so be sure to check the scrap metal prices with the scrap yards in the area as well as the Clean ACR Scrap Prices. Use the iScrap App to locate a scrap yard in your area so you can contact them for scrap clean ACR prices. If you have a large quantity of aluminum copper radiators, be sure to request a scrap metal pick up or container request.

Industrial Units?

If you need a scrap container for your construction site or demolition job, check the price of aluminum copper radiators with the scrap yard. If you have the ability to cut the steel endings off the fin, you will be able to make more money on your Clean ACR scrap. See more Scrapping Videos here. It is always easier to cut the units up not only for transporting  purposes but also for resale purposes.

What Are ACRs used for?

ACRs are used to cool down buildings by having the freon pump through them and then having the cold air go into the building. Most of the time you will see ACRs in smaller fashion such as window units as well as on the sides of houses. The one thing that is SO important is proper drainage.

How To Drain ACRs

While we will not tell you how to drain them, we will tell you how important that it is to drain them. ACRs have oil and freon inside of the units and it is not something that you want to drain or empty yourself. These units should be drained and cleaned out by professionals and once you have them clean you will be able to sell them and take them apart.

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Yards around San Diego, CA that accept
Clean ACR

All Waste Metals Recycling

1411 N Magnolia Ave El Cajon, California 92020

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Unicorn Metals Recycling Co., Inc

325 E. 4th Ave La Habra, California 90631

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