Yellow Brass


A common alloy composed of copper and zinc, often found in plumbing fixtures, valves, and musical instruments. Valued for its corrosion resistance, durability, and recyclability in various industries.


Scrap yellow brass refers to discarded or recycled yellow brass materials. It includes various brass items or components that are no longer in use or have reached the end of their lifecycle. This can include plumbing fittings, valves, electrical connectors, ammunition casings, musical instruments, and other brass objects.

Scrap yellow brass is often collected and processed by scrap metal dealers or recycling facilities. The recycling process involves sorting, cleaning, and melting the brass scrap to extract the valuable brass alloy. The recycled yellow brass can then be used to manufacture new brass products or components, reducing the need for extracting and refining raw materials.

The value of scrap yellow brass is determined by factors such as its purity, weight, and current market conditions. Brass scrap is commonly traded based on its weight in pounds or kilograms. Recycling yellow brass not only helps conserve resources but also reduces waste and the environmental impact associated with mining and producing new brass materials.