Domestic Honey Scrap Price

About Domestic Honey Scrap

What Is Yellow Brass?

Yellow Brass is a copper alloy that comprises of about 60-70% copper, 30-40% of zinc, tin and lead in traces. It must be free of iron, paint, plastic, washers, glass, etc. The presence of more zinc makes it look more yellowish in color. It is brighter in color and more reflective than Red Brass. Due to its lower copper content, it is priced lesser than Red Brass.

Yellow brass is one of the most commonly used brasses. It is used for a variety of applications, mainly for household plumbing products. It is also used in automobile industry and for manufacture of other items such as keys, antennas, connectors etc. Yellow brass is also used to make musical instruments such as saxophones and costume jewelry.

The life expectancy of a yellow brass system is approximately 20 to 40 years.

Yellow Brass Price

The copper content in it differentiates Yellow Brass from Red Brass. As Yellow Brass contains relatively low copper in it, it obviously carries lesser price. In order to be paid by scrap yards, one should ensure that the Yellow Brass scrap is carefully separated from other brass scrap items.

The price of Yellow Brass varies quite frequently. To ensure best price, it is advised to get in touch with a number of local scrap yards to know the prices offered by them.


Where can we sell Yellow Brass?

Yellow Brass is typically found in plumbing fixtures and ornaments. Scrap yards generally accept Yellow Brass in dirty or clean condition. Scrap yards usually charge for brass breakage if the Yellow Brass contains any attachment. Hence it is advised that they are clean before taken to the yard.


Having bulk quantity of Yellow Brass with you?

You can arrange for on-site pickup of large quantities of Yellow Brass by leading scrap yards. However, scrap yards offer lesser scrapping price due to the lesser copper content in them. Mixed scrap or Yellow Brass scrap containing impurities will be paid even lesser.

Sorting and cleaning of scrap will bring in more money and is worth the effort required to do so. Otherwise, scrap yards will accept them only as general brass scrap, by paying very less money.