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In industries such as automotive, defense, rail, telecommunications, construction, power and chemicals, non-ferrous materials such as copper, aluminium, or alloys are widely used. These materials are essential for the sustainability and economic growth of these industries as the unique properties of non-ferrous materials such as light weight, high conductivity, corrosion resistant, and non-magnetic properties make these metals irreplaceable in the manufacture of many products.



Copper is a good conductor of heat and electricity. It is a constituent of various metal alloys. Copper’s inherent properties include high electrical conductivity, low thermal expansion, high thermal conductivity, tensile strength, corrosion resistance, ductility, creep (deformation) resistance, malleability, ease of soldering and installation. This has been the reason why copper has been extensively used in wires and cables, electronic devices, industrial machinery such as electric motors and also as a building material such as for roofing and plumbing.

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Aluminium is one of the lightest metals in the world. It is strong, durable, ductile and flexible. It is extremely corrosion resistant because its surface is covered by a thin yet strong layer of oxide film.  It doesn’t magnetise and is a great conductor of electricity. The most remarkable feature of aluminium is that it is recyclable. It can be reused again and again without any loss of its mechanical properties. Another important aspect is that aluminium forms alloys with almost all other metals.

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Non Ferrous Scrap

Non-ferrous scrap refers to those materials that do not have iron such as aluminium, brass, copper, tin, lead, nickel and zinc. These materials retain their chemical properties even after repeated recycling and reprocessing. Hence, these materials play a great role in resource conservation. But since non-ferrous scrap is more difficult to create, its scrap metal price fluctuates as demand rises.

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