Bare Bright Copper Wire
Consists of #1 bare, un-coated, un-alloyed, and un-insulated copper wire, 16 gauge or thicker. The wire must be free from tarnish or any other impurities that keeps it from being bright & shiny. We have the Highest Copper Prices in Baltimore MD. Check our Home Page for Copper Prices.
#1 Copper consists of clean, unalloyed, uncoated copper tubing & pipe, buss bars, clippings, punching’s and wire. Clean copper pipe should not have any copper ends or fittings attached. Check our Copper Prices on the Home Page.
#2 Copper consists of miscellaneous pipe, wire, and other solids that have any solder, paint or enamel on them. The copper ends that are not allowed on clean #1 copper, are accepted here. Check our Home Page for Copper Prices.
Lite Copper consists of unalloyed copper sheet, downspouts, gutters, and clean hair wire. The items can have paint, steel screws and rivets not in excess. These are only a few examples of Lite Copper. Call us for our Lite Copper Prices.
Romex® Brand NM Cable
Romex® Brand NM Cable is the standard electrical wire found in houses today. It is considered to contain 62% copper and is in the Ins. #1 category. Check our Home Page for Copper Prices.
Spaghetti Wire /THHN Wire
Spaghetti /THHN Wire is considered to contain 80% Copper. This wire is also in the #1 Insulated category. Check our Copper Prices on the Home Page.
Large Copper Feeder Cable
Large Copper Feeder Cable is considered to contain 90% Copper. It is also in the Insulated #1 category. Check our Copper Prices on the Home Page.
High Voltage Copper Cable
High Voltage Copper Cable is considered to contain 50% Copper. It comes in many forms and is also in the #1 Insulated category. Check our Copper Prices on the Home Page.
Double Insulated Copper Wire
This Double Insulated Copper Wire is considered to be 60% Copper. It has 2 thick layers of insulation covering the Copper Wire. It is also in the Insulated #1 category. Check our Home Page for all of our insulated Copper Prices.
Tin Coated Copper Cable
This Tin Coated Copper Cable is in the #2 Insulated Wire Category. At first glance it may look like Aluminum but it is actually Tin Coated Copper Cable. The Copper Content of this wire is considered to be 70%. Check our Copper Prices on our
CAT Wire/Phone Wire Without Plugs
CAT 5, CAT 6 Network Communication Cable and Phone Wire without plugs are considered to be 50% Copper. They are also in the #2 Insulated category. Check our Copper Prices on the Home Page.
Extension and Appliance Cords
Extension and Appliance Cords are considered to contain 40% Copper. They are also in the Insulated #2 category. Check our Copper Prices on the Home Page.
Auto Wire Harness
Auto Wire Harnesses have a large amount of plastic both in the insulation and plugs on the end. Check our Copper Prices on the Home Page.
Aluminum BX Wire
Aluminum BX Wire is usually a Single Insulated Spaghetti/THHN Wire encased in an Aluminum Shell. Check our Copper Prices on the Home Page.
Export #3 Wire
Export #3 Wire is a mix of a group of low Copper bearing Material. It contains material that has a high content of Insulation, plugs, and other non Copper bearing items. Check our Copper Prices on the Home Page.
Christmas Lights are Insulated Copper Wires with plastic and bulbs attached. Check our Copper Prices on the Home Page.
Silver Contacts are pieces of silver soldered to copper that are used in high voltage electrical applications. These contacts must be separated from their copper counterpart and mostly free of copper, dirt, oil, and other contaminants. If they are not separated they are considered to be #2 Copper. Most of these contacts are 90% silver. BE WARNED!!! Most of these contacts contain a small amount of Cadmium. If and when you are separating these from their copper counterpart, wear a respirator. When melted to gas form the Cadmium is poisonous. Silver Contacts must be tested with our XRF Analyzer in order to verify their Silver Content.
Copper Turnings are shavings, grindings, or borings of unalloyed copper which are the result of many different manufacturing processes. They may have some residual oil or dirt from the cutting process. These turnings are also found in labs and schools and are used as a lab reagent. Check our Copper Prices on the Home Page.
There are a few different types of Cupronickel. The most common mix of copper and nickel is 75% copper and 25% nickel with a trace amount of manganese. You can usually differentiate copper from Cupronickel by the silver tone of Cupronickel. Call us to check our Copper Prices.
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