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  1. Thread: Need some help

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    The hyperlink and terrible grammar combined tell...

    The hyperlink and terrible grammar combined tell me this is a spambot, not a genuine inquiry
  2. Thread: Motor Windings

    by JJinLV
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    A lot of yards aren't equipped to test wire chop...

    A lot of yards aren't equipped to test wire chop purity. Any yard with a working granulator would be a good option, or a mill that buys small quantities if there is one around.

    China's standard...
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    Welcome to the forum from Las Vegas! Looking...

    Welcome to the forum from Las Vegas! Looking forward to seeing your contributions around the forum!
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    If you're getting good separation already no need...

    If you're getting good separation already no need to change the screen size. And blade resharpening you can't really schedule. Like if you have 5000kg of 45% cable (power cables without ends for...
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    Welcome to the forum from Las Vegas! Got a bit of...

    Welcome to the forum from Las Vegas! Got a bit of wire chop experience myself. Congrats on the endeavor. How's it shaping up thus far? Looking forward to seeing you around the forum!
  6. Nevada | National - Pricing updated

    Pricing updated
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    Yeah think you need 10 posts first

    Yeah think you need 10 posts first
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    National - Another year gone by and not a thing changes....

    Another year gone by and not a thing changes. Very prompt, reliable and competent service every single time. Large and small loads. Scrap, greater than scrap value and working machines all leave and...
  9. Colorado | National - At this point have had several terrific trades...

    At this point have had several terrific trades with PTS. Most recently he turned a little over a ton of material - both testable for use and scrap - into a little under $10k in about a week. Good...
  10. Thread: Newcomer

    by JJinLV
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    This thead is a question - Welcome to the forum from Las Vegas! I very...

    Welcome to the forum from Las Vegas! I very strongly recommend reading through the Basics sections in each subheading on this forum. Everytime you find something that isn't clear or you want to know...
  11. Maybe it's the minimum weight thing, or because...

    Maybe it's the minimum weight thing, or because he's a corporate account.
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    It would work like dumping out a roll-off at the...

    It would work like dumping out a roll-off at the yard without the rolling off option too. High height to load depending on what you have available is my only thought. Otherwise sounds plausible.
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    I mean the weight of copper stays about the same...

    I mean the weight of copper stays about the same lol. By the density of pre-processed scrap materials in my experience copper solids and copper sheet make for the heaviest gaylords followed by bare...
  14. Guy sells to Sims. Only restriction they have on...

    Guy sells to Sims. Only restriction they have on him is minimum weights. So they're prolly just being schmucks to you
  15. Gauge is useful for estimating recovery in...

    Gauge is useful for estimating recovery in combination with other data. I've never scrapped a whole spool. When I get whole spools I sell them to electricians as is.
  16. The quick answer is that wire gauge is a...

    The quick answer is that wire gauge is a measurement unrelated to insulation weight. You can ask your yard the reason if you want their answer about the romex. Most yards don't differentiate their...
  17. Thread: Motor Windings

    by JJinLV
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    No matter what they buy it as, I can say with...

    No matter what they buy it as, I can say with absolute certainty they have the opportunity to sell it as #2 (maybe not if they have to sell it internally to a parent company that grades that way). So...
  18. Hi Mike. Most of those are gonna be, without...

    Hi Mike. Most of those are gonna be, without ends, 45 to a max of 53% recovery. Unless you have a large amount of one of them, most yards will buy it at 45%. 6 gauge xhhw you can sell, if the yard...
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    Yeah their responses on all the other threads too...

    Yeah their responses on all the other threads too were just canned responses to word mining lol. Dunno how many times a bot has responded to different threads offering so many different products tho...
  20. Says the special permit is necessary only if...

    Says the special permit is necessary only if you're the baler/shredder or if you're selling the scrap - specifically AC units and refrigerators - to yards that do not have the permit. It's a...
  21. One of my clients installs appliances and removes...

    One of my clients installs appliances and removes the old ones for recycling in San Jose area. Will ask them what they needed
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    A spambot with a diversity of responses.....THE...

    A spambot with a diversity of responses.....THE SKYNET IS COMING!
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    Take care of yourself TJ! Someone at my old job...

    Take care of yourself TJ! Someone at my old job was infected in March and that's where my job went until I started doing my own thing again a couple months back. Thankfully he didn't have serious...
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    Also where in Nevada are you?

    Also where in Nevada are you?
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    Dang if you can sell the steel that high your...

    Dang if you can sell the steel that high your friend has a good gig going! Sealed unit Cu recovery (as several forum members can attest) is actually pretty good on average especially if you can get...
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