Raw Materials

 

Every day in Germany great quantities of usable cable accumulate. Its origins are as manifold as its types. Basically cable is differentiated according to construction, the type of insulation and the type of conducting material used. The percentage of metals contained, the dismantling costs incurred and the daily metals prices determine the value of the cable.

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Industrial Cable …


is to be generally understood as being new cable sorted out from the production process as well as defective cable, so-called factory reject material. These cables are modern energy and telephone cables.

<h3>Industrial Cable …</h3><br />is to be generally understood as being new cable sorted out from the production process as well as defective cable, so-called factory reject material. These cables are modern energy and telephone cables. <h3>Trade Cable …</h3><br />is to be generally understood as being sorted cable material from the trade, but also unsorted household cables. Only by means of painstaking sorting into the various types can the metal qualities obtainable be increased. <h3>Old Cable...</h3><br />is to be generally understood as being used cable material such as<br />• old Post Office and communications cables,<br />• cables from demolition sites.<br />Expertise and experience in the preliminary sorting are needed in such cases. The ‘veterans’ amongst the various cable types especially, some of which are several decades old, pose a constant challenge with regard to their countless variations, constituent parts and materials for our employees. <h3>Copper and other non-ferrous scrap</h3><br />• heavy and light copper<br />• Cu-Raff<br />• Millberry<br /><br />• Aluminium kitchenware<br />• Brass and bronze
 
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