What is Minerals?

Mined Products or Minerals are materials extracted from the earth. Some substances extracted with this process include coal, gold and iron ore. Iron ore is a metal found in rocks that is mined, crushed, and processed to make metal discs called “pig iron”. These discs are further processed into steel ingots that are used to produce buildings and bridges.

These are natural occurring solid inorganic substances found in the Earth’s crust. They are characterized by their chemical composition and crystal structure.

They can be mainly grouped in to 4: oxides, sulphides, carbonates, & silicates.


Pyrite is a sulfide mineral with the chemical formula FeS2 (iron disulfide). The mineral pyrite is a common source of iron. Most pyrite has a brown appearance, but some can also be orange, bright golden yellow as well as black. Pyrite is often found in sedimentary deposits as well as in coal beds and in sulfidic ore deposits. It usually occurs associated with other sulfides or oxides in quartz veins, sedimentary exhalative deposits and hydrothermal veins.

Copper Ore – Chalcopyrite 35%

Chalcopyrite is a common sulfide mineral with the formula CuFeS₂. It is a secondary mineral that forms by the oxidation of copper ores, and is one of the two most important copper ores, along with pentlandite. Chalcopyrite is also the main ore mineral for uranium. The name is derived from the Greek words khalkos (copper), pyrros (flame-colored).

Lead Ore – Cerussite 77%

Cerussite is a mineral consisting of lead carbonate, and is an important ore of lead. It is one of the principal sources of lead worldwide.

What is Metals?

Metals are solid, crystalline elements that occur naturally in minerals. When molten or dissolved in water, they form solutions called alloys. If a metal corrodes (rusts) it is an alloy of iron and contains other metals.

There are grouped in to 5: Precious Metals, Base Metals, Ferrous Metals, Non-ferrous Metals, & Rare Earth Metals.

Copper Cathode

Copper is a soft, durable and relatively inexpensive metal that is commonly used in wire and cable products. Copper cathodes are produced for both the electric utility industry and for the industrial production of No. 1 copper rod. Copper cathodes are also used for the primary raw material input for producing brass and some bronze alloys that contain less than 2% zinc by weight.

Lead Ingots

Lead Ingots are used to store lead in a clean, pure form. They are manufactured as a part of the primary refining phase where they remove dross from the molten lead after it has cooled down.

They are formed in small molds because pure lead is so heavy and hard to work with. You can re-melt these lead ingots in a normal camping stove, or using a smelting furnace.

What is Recyclable Products?

Recyclable products are made from materials that can be collected, processed and manufactured into new products after they have been used. These products do not necessarily contain recycled materials, but often do because the entire life cycle of a product can be considered when making improvements to its materials content. In fact, the development of recyclable packaging has become an important aspect of today’s green movement because it reduces the amount of waste entering landfills while also reducing greenhouse gases.

Materials that can be recycled include glass, paper, plastic, metal and food. These are combined in different ways to produce a wide range of materials. Glass is melted and reformed into new bottles; paper is used to make tissues and toilet paper; plastic is remolded into new bottles and toys; metal goes back into our homes and offices to be reused as forks, kettles and even cars.

Some of the classifications of Recyclable Products:

  • Paper including newspapers, magazines, and mixed paper
  • Cardboard (OCC)
  • Glass bottles and jars
  • Rigid plastic products
  • Metal containers, including tin, aluminum, and steel cans
  • Food waste, if your city has an organics collection program

At Sayed Metals, we are delivering high quality Metal Recycled Products in and around world.


Aluminium is an important industrial metal that has been known for more than 3,000 years. It is the second most recycled metal (after steel), and about one-third of all aluminium is extracted from scrap metal products. The most common source of scrap aluminium metal is general purpose items, such as beverage cans and household products.

The recycling plays an important role in the global aluminium industry. Each year, around 40 million tonnes of scrap aluminium are recovered from domestic and industrial sources worldwide. This makes up approximately 20% of all aluminium produced globally. Recycled aluminium is a high quality material for making new products such as drink cans, packaging and construction materials, automotive parts such as car wheels and beverage bottles. Aluminium can be recycled over and over again for many years without losing any of its quality or strength – it’s truly ideal for modern world projects!

Aluminium is a very strong and lightweight metal. It is also highly recyclable, allowing for the reuse of previously used materials to make new products. This is particularly important in aerospace engineering, as aluminium is the most common metal used in civil and military aircraft. Recycling aluminium can reduce waste disposal costs and ensure that valuable resources are not lost.

At Sayed Metals, we are offering Taint/Tabor, Talk, Tally, Talon, Taste, Toto, Tense, Troma, Trump, & Zorba Aluminium recyclable products.


Copper is a ductile, malleable and highly conductive metal. Copper is one of the most recycled materials in the world. It can be recycled repeatedly without any loss of performance. Copper can also be used in an extremely wide range of applications: from electrical cables to plumbing pipes, from jewelry to electronics and even medicine.

Recycling of copper is based on a large variety of raw materials, ranging from low-grade copper scrap containing only a few percent Cu to very high-grade copper as well as pure copper close to 100% Cu. Thus there are several options for recycling processes, within both primary plants and secondary plants treating only scrap material.

At Sayed Metals, we are offering Barley, Berry/Candy, Birch/Cliff, Clove, Dream, & Druid Copper Recyclable Products.


Brass is a relatively soft, tarnish-resistant alloy consisting of copper and zinc. The proportion of zinc can be varied to create a wide variety of brasses with differing physical, electrical and decorative properties. Highlights include its smooth texture, easy polishability and high luster. Brass is often used in jewelry as a result of its low melting point and corrosion resistance. It may develop patinas depending on its exposure to elements, just like a piece of fine silver.

At Sayed Metals, we are offering Ebony, Honey, Ocean, Clove, Pales, & Pallu Brass Recyclable Products.