CURRENT PRICE $0.13/lb
30 DAY AVG. PRICE $0.11/lb
DESCRIPTION / USES
Found in appliances like refrigerators, are usually very heavy with electric motor inside.
Historical Prices for Sealed Units/Compressors
From various engines and motors, you can get Sealed Units/Compressors for scrap. Usually, on the heavier side per item, Sealed Units/Compressors are good to save up for scrap. You can make a great deal from them due to their heaviness. At Rockaway Recycling we accept them and also help you separate them from you other materials if you don’t know what they look like. Sealed Units/Compressors will usually have a blackout casing which is made of steel. However, on the inside, there is an electric motor which contains copper. All of the oil must be drained from the sealed units for Rockaway Recycling to buy them.
What To Do To Scrap Sealed Units & Compressors
If you need help identifying your scrap Sealed Units/Compressors or other materials, be sure to look at our pictures and videos on our website. If you still need help, you can contact us or send us pictures of your materials. Sometimes you may think it would be wise to take the Sealed Units/Compressors apart for the copper, however with the work involved and the weight that is taken away, it isn’t necessarily worth the time. Rockaway Recycling can help you with your scrap needs in the Tri-State area. When you have a lot of scrap materials, be sure to reach out to us about our pick up services. We can pick up your sealed units and compressors for industrial and commercial locations. We provide a wide variety of containers and services.
Historical Scrap Prices for Sealed Units & Compressors
Rockaway Recycling wants to continue to provide our customers with the latest information on scrap prices for compressors and sealed units. We update our prices daily on our website and whenever they change at our scales. We also provide our customers with help on the historical prices for materials such as compressors and sealed units. You can see the 30-day history of scrap price changes for sealed units and compressors above. Our customers can also compare the average 30-day price with today’s price which can help our customers understand the market conditions and changes over time.
Current Scrap Prices in New Jersey
|(Last Modified: January 22nd, 2020, 8:01 am)|
|#1 Bare Bright Wire||$2.45/lb|
|#1 Copper Tubing/Flashing||$2.20/lb|
|#2 Copper Tubing/ Bus Bar||$2.00/lb|
|Brass (Plumbing, Pipe)||$1.25/lb|
|Insulated Copper Wire (Cat 5/6)||$0.68/lb|
|500-750 MCM (Bare Bright Inside)||$1.87/lb|