Heavy Metal Scrap 1 & 2 (HMS 1&2)

Heavy Melting Steel (HMS): Heavy melting steel is a designation for recyclable steel. It is categorized into two major categories: HMS 1 and HMS 2. The difference between the two is HM.

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Heavy Melting Steel (HMS):
Heavy Metal Scrap is a designation for recyclable steel. It is categorized into two major categories: HMS 1 and HMS 2. The difference between the two is HMS 1 does not contain galvanized and cast iron, whereas HMS 2 does. Because both grades guarantee a minimum piece thickness – at least 1/4inch (6.3mm) for HMS 1, and 1/8 in for HMS 2 – consignments have a high density. The typical constituents are plates, truck parts, structural items, large machinery parts, automatic parts, pipes, post consumer steel goods.

Heavy Metal Scrap

 

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Place of Origin Africa and South America
Brand Name HMS 1&2
Model Number ISRI 200-206
Type HMS Scrap
Composition Ferrous Steel Scrap
Application Melting
HMS Type HMS1 & 2
Product name HMS 1&2 Heavy Melting Scrap
Material Used Rail Scrap, HMS1-2, Rail Road Wheels
Material #1 Heavy Metal, Plate and Structural
Grade ISRI 200-206
Color Black, Painted, or Galvanized
Description Consist of Steel Scrap and Wrought Iron
Quality Clean
Features Free from mud, dust, non ferrous, excessive rust, other impurities
Minimum Density 55 lbs. per cubic ft
Dimensions 12″ max on any direction

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