We are pretty sure if you will do your spring cleaning, you will find all kinds of metal in your home. Please dont throw it out , call Emperor Scrap Metal Brokers and you wont be disappointed. 
 Cast iron, an alloy of iron containing 2 to 4 percent carbon. It’s made by reducing iron ore in a blast furnace. The liquid iron is cast, or poured and hardened, into crude ingots called pigs, and the pigs are subsequently re-melted along with scrap and alloying elements in cupola furnaces and recast into molds for producing a variety of products.

The Chinese produced cast iron as early as the 6th century BC. The first ironworks in America were established on the James River, Virginia, in 1619. Its load-bearing strength made it perfect for the foundation of America’s earliest skyscrapers.
Most cast iron is called gray iron or white iron. Gray iron contains more silicon and is less hard and more machinable than is white iron. 

Cast iron is used for:
Making pipes
Making machines
Automotive parts
Pots pans and utensils
And ship anchors.
Cast iron is ferrous.

A lot of industries generate scrap metal today that can be recycled. These industries establish ongoing scrap metal recycling accounts with Atlas Metal & Iron to recycle the scrap, creating a second stream of revenue. Emperor Scrap Metal Brokers have a fleet of drivers who drop off containers and swap them out when the recyclables demands that kind of service.

The auto manufacturing and body shops
Atlas recycles these materials in an environmentally responsible manner and is here to help you to achieve your zero waste initiatives
Construction materials—from new home construction, new office and high rise construction and even remodeling projects
Roofing companies building metal roofs, gutters and drainage systems
Makers of electrical supplies—cable, connectors and transformers
Appliance manufacturers
Canned food producers
Canned beverage producers

 

We recycle all kinds of metal

Recycling alloys such as Nickel, Carbide, Inconel, Indium, Rhodium, Titanium, Hastelloy, Molybdenum, Cupronickel.  Alloys, or superalloys / hi temp alloys, Are metals intended to sustain their strength well above room temperatures and function between 500°F and 2200°F. High temp alloys offer surface stability, environmental endurance, and resistance to oxidation. They use hi temp alloys for example, manufacturing boiler drums, tubing for water boilers, pumps and pressure vessels, collectors, aircraft engines, and high-temperature turbines. precious metal refining of multiple types and forms filter, sludges, honeycombs, solutions, anodes, targets, turbine blades and x-ray film that contain Precious metals or precious compounds. Bring it in and we will pay top dollar for it. We also do a pick up as well. Materials contain platinum, palladium, rhodium, rhenium, iridium, ruthenium, gold, and/or silver. Recycling alloys such as Nickel, Carbide, Inconel, Indium, Rhodium, Titanium, Hastelloy, Molybdenum,Cupronickel.