Boards of this grade are frequently found in telecommunications systems, system telephones, switch- and transmission devices, measurement- and medical equipment, and relays.
Boards of this grade have little to no gold. They are generally characterized by few ICs and chips, and a lot of open space, although some boards have many small components such as as well. All boards without visible gold, without connectors with gold contacts, with few if any ICs and chips, and no heavy low value components such as inductors and transformers are in this grade.
Boards with aluminum coolers, fans, batteries, metal frames, and other heavy low value attachments, reduce the value of the scrap. The price at which you can sell your scrap will increase if you remove these components and send them separately.
Boards with CPUs and chips often have aluminum or copper heat sinks and fans attached, which can be easily removed. Aluminum and Copper at greater quantities can also be compensated.
Batteries should also be removed. Batteries are often thin disks which can be easily removed with a screw driver. Batteries can contain poisonous materials, especially in older scrap, and must be disposed of properly.
After these components are removed, the boards can be sorted into the appropriate grades.
A minimum of 100 lbs is needed.
|Price per lbs:||$ 0.70|
For smaller amounts, mixed or unsorted material, or if you have any questions, please contact us for pricing information.