Bare, uncoated, unalloyed copper wire free of attachments, solder and paint.
Bare, uncoated, unalloyed copper free of solder, corrosion, paint, ect.
Copper that contains solder, paint or is coated due to corrosion.
Copper surrounded by rubber insulation generally size of finger.
Copper with insulation cover. (75% - 80% copper)
One piece of bare copper sided with two pieces of #1 insulated wire. (Also known as Romex)
Misc. wire including extension cords, hdmi cables, ect. (40% copper)
Wire with bulb attached commonly used for holidays.
Motor containing copper winding not attached to any excess steel.
Compressor generally found in A/C's and other appliances.
Found in light fixtures, ballast contain a small amount of copper inside them.
Steel box containing copper winding found in variety of sizes.
Free of high lead contamination.
Mixed brass castings, tape, valves, rod brass.
Lead with no steel or attachments. (easily bendable)
Heavy lead objects such as lead keels from sailboats and heavy weights used for large-scale calibration.
Must be analyzed and have no attachments. (does not stick to magnet)
Appliances containing mostly stainless steel with a small amount of steel attached.
Cans made out of pure aluminum.
Many variations of aluminum with no metal or plastic attached.
Aluminum containing at the most 20% steel.
Aluminum coated by rubber insulation.
Used to cool down rooms. A/C's contain components such as Au/Cu radiator, sealed unit, and electric motor
Contain same material as window A/C. Usually found outside or on top of buildings.