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Absolute Green Polymers Private Limited
Absolute Green Polymers Private Limited
फेस-2, Hapur, Uttar Pradesh
GST No. 09AAHCA1109J1ZU
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Scrap steel

Prominent & Leading Manufacturer from Hapur, we offer scrap tyre wire and melting steel scrap.
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Scrap Tyre Wire

Approx. Price: Rs 35 / KgGet Latest Price
Product Details:
Packaging Size100 Kg
MaterialIron
Payment ModeOnline and offline
Country of OriginMade in India
Carbon occurs naturally as anthracite (a type of coal), graphite, and diamond. More readily available historically was soot or charcoal. Ultimately these various materials were recognised as forms of the same element. Not surprisingly, diamond posed the greatest difficulty of identification. Naturalist Giuseppe Averani and medic Cipriano Targioni of Florence were the first to discover that diamonds could be destroyed by heating. In 1694 they focussed sunlight on to a diamond using a large magnifying glass and the gem eventually disappeared. Pierre-Joseph Macquer and Godefroy de Villetaneuse repeated the experiment in 1771. Then, in 1796, the English chemist Smithson Tennant finally proved that diamond was just a form of carbon by showing that as it burned it formed only CO2.

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Melting Steel Scrap

Approx. Price: Rs 40 / KGGet Latest Price
Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity10000 KG
Thickness4 mm
Packaging Size100 Kg
MaterialMS
Material Grade2507
Packaging TypeSack
RecyclableYes
Is It RecyclableRecyclable
Country of OriginMade in India

Tyre wire scrap steel...Carbon occurs naturally as anthracite (a type of coal), graphite, and diamond. More readily available historically was soot or charcoal. Ultimately these various materials were recognised as forms of the same element. Not surprisingly, diamond posed the greatest difficulty of identification. Naturalist Giuseppe Averani and medic Cipriano Targioni of Florence were the first to discover that diamonds could be destroyed by heating.


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