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ISRI SPECS 2020 - CLIFF No.2 COPPER SOLIDS AND TUBING

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ISRI CODE CLIFF No.2 COPPER SOLIDS AND TUBING

 

Cliff No.2 Copper Solids and Tubing shall consist of miscellaneous, unalloyed copper scrap having a nominal 96% copper content (minimum 94%) as determined by electrolytic assay. Should be free of the following: Excessively leaded, tinned, soldered copper scrap; brasses and bronzes; excessive oil content, iron and non-metallic; copper tubing with other than copper connections or with sediment; copper wire from burning; insulation; hair wire; brittle burnt wire; and should be reasonably free of ash. Hydraulically briquetted copper subject to agreement.

Cliff Copper scrap is somewhat dirty in appearance. Cliff can be miscellaneous. It is free from iron and non-metallic attachments.

HS Code

The HS Code of Cliff is 74040012

No.1 Copper Solids and Tubing Vs. No.2 Copper Solids and Tubing

Candy Copper scrap is pure, clean and has 98% copper content, so it is considered No.1 Heavy Copper Solids and Tubing. Cliff can be miscellaneous and has 96% copper content. Thus it is considered as No. 2 Copper Solids and Tubing. Candy Copper Scrap consists of heavy copper solids and Tubing, including punching’s, clippings, bus bars, clean pipe or tubing, commutator segments. Cliff includes unalloyed copper scrap, and it is free from copper tubing other than copper connections or with sediment.

Cliff Copper Scrap Vs. Birch Copper Scrap

Cliff consists of unalloyed copper scrap, copper solids and tubing. Birch includes an unalloyed copper wire. Birch is free from soldered copper wire. Cliff is free from soldered copper scrap. These are the difference between Cliff and Birch Copper Scrap.


 

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