Tin is a soft silvery-blue metal and is derived from the mineral Cassiterite. It is a base metal mixed with other metals to create alloys. Common tin alloys include Pewter and Bronze.
This metal is relatively scarce, with a 2 ppm average abundance in the Earth’s crust. Compared to Tin, other metals are found in the following quantity: 63 ppm of Copper, 94 ppm of Zinc, and 12 ppm of Lead.
It is one of the most highly-priced scrap metals, up to $36.26 for a kilo of Tin. So, if you have a stock full of tin waste or used cans, trays, tableware, decorative ornaments, etc., don’t let it waste away and clear them out today.
Call MetalBiz, and we will send our people to remove the waste for FREE and pay you instant cash for Tin. Apart from Tin, we also purchase a wide range of ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
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