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Facts About Aluminum Recycling 1. Aluminum, at one time, was more valuable then silver and gold. In the 19th century Aluminum became more precious then gold and silver because it was more difficult to attain. The French government had aluminum bars next to the crown jewels,...

Aluminum Recycling Facts State Metal Industries is a Camden smelting company specializing in Aluminum Ingot and recycled Aluminum. The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, or ISRI, is the number one trade association representing business’s involved in the scarp recycling industries. The following is a quick fact based article...

What Is Smelting Metal Industries Metal Industries manufactures high quality specification secondary aluminum ingot. State Metal Industries produces our Ingot through the process of smelting, but what exactly is smelting? Smelting is a form of extractive metallurgy; its main use is to produce a metal from its...

How Scrap Metal Processing Works State Metal Industries specializes in Scrap Metal Processing. Scrap metal processing may seem like a mysterious process to some people. However, it is pretty simple and straight forward. Here, we will talk about how scrap metal processing works. We will also...

Sustainability of Aluminum Small businesses and large corporations alike stand to benefit from using aluminum in as much of their operations and products as they can. This extremely versatile and equitable metal is such an important component for a sustainable and profitable work force. Why is aluminum...

What is Aluminum Exactly? How is Aluminum Alloy? What is Aluminum? “Pure aluminum is a silvery-white metal with many desirable characteristics. It is light, nontoxic (as the metal), nonmagnetic and nonsparking, somewhat decorative and is easily formed, machined, and cast.” Despite being an abundant element in the...

Aluminum or Aluminium? Aluminum and aluminium are two names for element 13 on the periodic table. In both cases, the element symbol is Al, although Americans and Canadians spell and pronounce the name aluminum. While the British (and most of the rest of the world) use the spelling...