Scrap Electric Motor Prices
Use our UK Price Checker for scrap electric motors. Find the latest rates listed below, from trusted buyers nationwide. Scrappie also displays average guide prices for scrap electric motors per metric tonne (MT), per kilogram (KG) and per pound (LB).
Average Price: £415 MT
Description: Scrap electric motors are discarded electric devices that contain a coil of wire, which, when powered, generates mechanical energy, commonly found in appliances, machinery, and vehicles.
Unit J Oxney Industrial Estate, Oxney Road, Peterborough
Cambridgeshire, PE15YP Call 07525 081681
|AVS Cumbria Metals
Cumbria, CA14 4RG Call 01900 66196
Average Price: £200 MT
Description: Scrap No.2 motors refer to electric motors that are considered lower in quality or smaller in size, often found in household appliances and power tools. Examples include blender motors and small kitchen appliance motors.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Scrappie is here to help you whether you're a scrap dealer, tradesperson, or a member of the public with scrap electric motors for sale. Here are answers to the most popular questions about scrap electric motors.
How Much Are Scrap Electric Motors Worth?
Today, average scrap electric motor prices are:
Electric Motors - £415 MT / £0.41 KG / £0.18 LB.
No.2 Motors - £200 MT / £0.20 KG / £0.09 LB.
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What are Scrap Electric Motors?
Scrap electric motors are discarded or no longer functional electric devices containing coils of wire that generate mechanical energy. These motors are commonly found in various appliances, machinery, and vehicles. Due to their material composition, scrap electric motors have intrinsic value and can be recycled for their metals. Recycling these motors is an environmentally friendly practice and can fetch a reasonable price.
Who Can Sell Scrap Electric Motors?
Anyone with scrap electric motors can sell them. This includes individuals, businesses dealing with electric motor parts, and DIY enthusiasts. Selling scrap electric motors is a way to both dispose of unwanted items and earn money from the valuable metals they contain.
How to Sell Scrap Electric Motors?
Selling scrap electric motors can be a straightforward process. Identify the motors, prepare them by removing non-metal parts, find a buyer such as local scrap yards, recycling centers, or online platforms like Scrappie, arrange transportation, and receive payment based on weight and motor type. Scrappie can help you find reputable buyers and streamline the selling process.
Where Can I Sell Scrap Electric Motors?
You can sell scrap electric motors at various locations, including local scrap yards, recycling centers, online platforms like Scrappie, and some metalworking or recycling businesses.
When Should I Sell Scrap Electric Motors?
The ideal time to sell scrap electric motors is when you no longer need them or when they are no longer functional. Selling promptly when metal prices are favorable can also help declutter your space and put money back in your pocket.
Why Should I Recycle Electric Motors?
Recycling electric motors is environmentally responsible and has several benefits, including resource conservation, energy savings, economic gain, and reducing environmental impact. It's a win-win situation, benefiting both your wallet and the environment. Scrappie can assist you in finding the right buyers and making the recycling process convenient and efficient.
Do I Sort My Scrap?
If you have different types & grades of scrap electric motors, try and sort them as best you can before arriving at the scrap yard. This will save you time and effort at the dealers' location. Make sure there are as few contaminants attached to your metal to get the best rate.
How Do I Get Paid?
In accordance with the Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013, cash payments are banned. You’ll normally be paid by the same day Bank Transfer. Make sure you keep your receipt or ticket. Payments onto your bank card or cheques may be available at some locations.
If your scrap is being collected by a buyer, make sure you get paid before the buyer leaves with your goods.
What Do I Bring To The Scrappie?
Driving License or Passport + Recent Utility Bill
Account Number & Sort Code
Can I Deliver To a Scrappie?
If you have a small quantity of material, many buyers won’t collect & pay due to the cost of fuel, time & manpower involved. Your best bet would be to deliver your goods to a licensed site. You’ll most often be paid a higher rate too. Some yards might ask you to wear a hi-visibility vest and hard hat to enter the site.
Weighing In Your Scrap Electric Motors
Your scrap electric motors will often be weighed in front of you so you can see the weight for yourself, and you'll get paid. If you have any questions, don't be afraid to ask your scrap merchant. They are there to help.
Are Free Scrap Metal Collections Available?
Sometimes it might not be economical for you to deliver your scrap electric motors to a local yard. Reasons such as time, effort, means of transport, or simply because you have a small quantity to recycle.
Why not just give it away? To find a free scrap collector near you, click here. Licensed local collectors will pick up your free scrap electric motors from your home or business and deliver them to the site when they have a full load.