Re-use of valuable non-ferrous metals
By definition, this fraction includes all metal alloys with a pure iron content of less than 50% and all metals other than iron. Comprising copper, aluminium, zinc, bronze, brass, lead, and gold, silver or platinum, this group thus also encompasses all white metals and precious metals. The value of the materials is comparatively high, the natural resources are limited. Their reuse is imperative, for ecological and economic reasons.
Non-ferrous metal extraction
The correct mixture of aluminium, gold, silver, platinum or copper keeps our household electronic devices running. After the useful life of the products, the numerous valuable materials in these appliance are retained in the cycle as far as possible. Electronic scrap (e.g., from small household appliances) is sorted by means of sensors and can, therefore, be re-used quickly. At SECONTRADE, you will find non-ferrous metals, the indispensable secondary raw material, at keenest prices.
Securing valuable resources
Metals have become an indispensable staple for mankind. Tools and machines cannot be made without them. But just like other resources, metals are available in limited quantities only. The following examples for aluminium and copper show the importance of using these metals sustainably and with a high degree of recycling.
Non-ferrous metals at SECONTRADE
Electric motors + Cu transformers
Iron cores from discarded motors and copper coils
A valuable source of iron and of copper alloys
Dismantled circuit boards
To return precious metals to the cycle.