How many TVs do you need to dismantle to earn 100,000 rubles on radio components.

Radio components in Soviet televisions are full of precious and non-ferrous metals. It is for this reason that in buying for them they give quite good money. Even at times when palladium or platinum are constantly updating their price tags, parts from them always remain among the most expensive and are accepted for purchase at 150,000 rubles or more per kg. (for example KM H90 and H30 ).

Palladium and platinum Km from Soviet TV. Up to 150,000 rubles per kg. Palladium and platinum Km from Soviet TV. Up to 150,000 rubles per kg.

At the same time, the most popular device from which such radio components with gold or palladium can be obtained is still the old Soviet TV.

Unlike other devices richer in precious metals, of which there are only a few, the USSR TV is not yet something exclusive, and even a dozen of these, with proper skill, will not be difficult to find.

Moreover, some of the TVs of the Soviet period can boast of truly impressive figures for the content of precious metals, and even finding a couple of them, you can quickly earn 100,000 rubles or more on their analysis (for example, PTU-55 contains 7.5 grams of gold and 52 silver , and the PTU-58 model is already 14.8 g of gold ).

At the same time, it should be noted that in most cases, “exhaust2 on radio components from one TV set is not too high and in the vast majority of models of gold is not more than 1-1.5 grams. TV sets are different, and if one model is “empty”, then the second one can meet real swag.

Boards with radio components from Soviet TVs. Photo of the author. Boards with radio components from Soviet TVs. Photo of the author.

To calculate exactly how many TVs you need to hand over in order to earn 100,000 rubles, we will exclude rare models with a high content of precious metals from our form.

As a basis, we will take only those that are easy to find. Based on experience, such models as Electron, Vityaz, Berezka and the like have radio components for 300 — 350 rubles.

There are exceptions among them, where green KMs increase profits up to 500 rubles . (meaning exclusively profit from the delivery of radio components for precious metals). But this amount is not complete, because these are far from all the details that are accepted in the purchase .

An iron frame with boards and radio components after collecting the receiving capacitors. An iron frame with boards and radio components after collecting the receiving capacitors.

It can be assumed that in order to earn 100 thousand rubles on TVs, you will need to disassemble at least 285 TV devices (10000/350 = 285.7).
The amount is impressive, but it is not entirely true because no one dismantles TV sets only for radio components that are accepted in a buyout. From TVs, they also take non-ferrous metals + 157r (copper , an average of 450 grams at 350r per kg.), Ferrous metals + 20r (up to 2kg at 13r per kg) and the weight of the boards themselves + 110r (up to 1.5 kg of boards are found. price from 70 to 120r).

In total, together with related metals (157 + 20 + 100 + 350 rubles of radio components = 627 rubles), we make a profit from one Soviet TV set up to 650 rubles.

Accordingly, in order to earn 100,000 rubles by dismantling old TVs, we need a little more159 devices. SUBSCRIBE

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