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RAM Iron & Metal Inc.
60 Ashwarren Rd , Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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DESCRIPTION

RAM Iron & Metal Inc. is a recycling company specializing in the buying, processing and distribution of ferrous and nonferrous scrap metals.

A vertically integrated company, we are committed to maintaining the absolute highest standard of business ethics and integrity.

 COMPANY OVERVIEW

RAM IRON & METAL INC. is a privately owned Canadian Company that has been actively involved in the recycling industry since 1983. As a primarily dealer and processor of all grades of ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metals, Ram is proud of its continuing contributions towards the protection of the environment, achieved through our waste reduction efforts.

OUR VISION

The vision of our company is to diverify our operations and develop as an integral part of the recycling and waste management industry. Our overriding goals are to maintain long term company growth at a comfortable rate, expand the range of environmental services offered to our customers and increase the revenues of our customers by substaining our position in our industry and offering cost-effective solution to our customer's waste management needs.

OUR MISSION

To recycle ferrous and nonferrous materials in a responsible and environmentally sensitive manner, never compromising our client’s value produced from their recyclable resources.

OUR COMMITMENT

We pride ourselves on responding to our client’s service requests with urgency and efficiency. Fast, responsible and reliable, our customer-oriented services allow you to recycle with confidence.

 

OUR PROCESSES

At RAM Iron & Metal, how we work is imperative to our success.

Our processes are complex and concise; ensuring every job we do is ethically, morally and environmentally sound. RAM Iron & Metal uses different processes depending on the physical characteristics of the steel scrap known as ferrous and nonferrous scrap which is copper, brass, aluminum and stainless steel. Scrap processing is therefore, of considerable interest to the Mills or Foundries as well as the metal recyclers themselves.

BALING: A method which takes steel items that are ¼" or less in thickness and places them into a machine called a baler. This machine uses hydraulic pressure to reduce the size and volume of the scrap steel put into it and forms the material into a cube known as a bundle. By reducing the scrap metal into a bundle it reduces the cost of transportation by increasing the weight and creates a product that is more economical for the steel mills to melt.

SHEARING: A method of preparing scrap metal such as an I beam, tubing, etc. and even items made of copper and aluminum by the use of a special machine called a stationary shear or a mobile shear attached to a crane. The shear literally works the same as a pair of scissors cutting a piece of paper. The shearing process is a faster and a more efficient way to prepare these types of materials to the desired length for the consumption of the mills and foundries.

TORCHING & BURNING: A manual process of cutting heavier and thicker scrap metal using a cutting torch. Using oxygen and propane, the cutting torch combines these two gases to create a precise flame that melts the steel. The torching process reduces the size of the scrap metal into specific sizes and removes any foreign materials that are not acceptable to the end consumer.

BRIQUETTING: A process used in the handling of nonferrous metals such as copper wire, copper tubing and other light gauge easily compressed scrap metals. The material is taken and placed in a machine that uses extremely high hydraulic pressure to reduce size and volume of the scrap material. This method produces a small square bundle that is similar in size and shape to that of a brick. The briquetted metal is uniform in shape and weight, and sold exclusively to specialty foundries and mills

SHREDDING: A process used in the scrap metal industry similar to that of a paper shredder you find in your home. This method takes any type of metal such as copper, brass, aluminum and items like fridges, stoves, filing cabinets and even cars and turns it into very small pieces of metal known as shred or frag that is sold to mills and foundries.

 

CONTACT DETAILS

60 Ashwarren Rd Toronto, ON M3J 1Z5 Canada

Telephone:416.630.4545

Toll free: 1.877.660.1336

Fax: 416.630.5258

Email:  inquiries@ramiron.com

Web: http://www.ramiron.com/

Company NameRAM Iron & Metal Inc.
Business CategoryScrap Metal Recycling
Address60 Ashwarren Rd
Toronto
Ontario
Canada
PresidentNA
Year Established1983
EmployeesNA
MembershipsNA
Hours of OperationMonday Friday7:00 am - 4:30 pmSaturday7:00 am - 12:00 pmSaturdayIs Receiving Only-Office Is Closed
Company Services
  • Specializing In The Buying
  • Processing And Distribution Of Ferrous And Nonferrous Scrap Metals.
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