● Car Radiators:
These types help by pumping a mixture of antifreeze and water into the engine block to maintain the engine to be at optimal temperature. They play a major role in keeping the engine running and giving you a smooth ride. Radiators in older automobiles are generally made of copper and brass. In the newest models, they are constructed from lighter and affordable aluminium. The headers and tanks which hold the coolant also have high scrap value due to the aluminium/brass and cast iron body.
● Heating Radiator:
Generally made of cast iron, they function quite opposite to the car radiators. These radiators are usually made of aluminum foil and copper tube - both of them have great recycle value.
● Aluminum Copper Fin (ACRs) : Usually found inside air conditioners and refrigerators
● Aluminum Radiators: Most commonly found in car, forklifts, trucks and other vehicles
● Brass Radiators : Very rare, generally pulled from a cars or other vehicle