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Steel Recycling For a Sustainable Future

Steel scrap is still steel! Steel is probably the only material that is almost 100% recyclable. The world collectively produces around 1.6 billion metric tons of steel and consumes 1.5 billion metric tons. As per the World Steel Association, in 2012, the world recycled around 88% of the steel it consumed. Steel recycling is a

The New Titanium Super-Steel

Steel, owing to its strength, affordability and ease-of-production, has been the most dominant Iron alloy and has been mechanizing our industries for several decades now, replacing other Iron compositions. However, even Steel, the backbone of our Civilization, is evolving along with newer technologies and necessities. Polymers have been on the forefront of materials technology, along

Why Steel Is Still Used In Construction

Obvious as it is, steel is the most reliable material that can be used to form the skeleton of any building or structure and also keep its foundation strong. It is also the most regarded alloy in civil engineering due to its versatile mechanical and thermal properties. In spite of the advent of strong and

Steel Fabrication And Its General Applications

Steel fabrication is widely used in all industrial sectors. Steel is also the most produced and commonly used iron alloy. The year 2015 saw 1,599.5 million metric tons of the manmade alloy production. China, Japan, and India produce and consume the highest percentage of Steel. Steel fabrications form the backbone of human civilization and Industrialization