Steel Applications Archive
Distinct Feature of Steel: Steel is the most extensively used and the most recycled metal material on the planet Earth. Diverse steel’s forms and alloys proffer different properties in order to meet a broad range of applications. Because of the metal’s combination of high strength and a low production cost, steel is now used in
The demand for steel to be used as a material for building is growing in the construction industry. The high strength, adaptation to prefabrication, ductility, speed of erection, and more have always been characteristics that are attractive to developers and consultants. Today, construction projects tend to be fast tracked, which puts scheduling and time ahead
Type 316 steel is an austenitic chromium-nickel stainless steel which contains 2 to 3 % molybdenum. The molybdenum content increases corrosion resistance, enhances resistance to pitting in chloride ion solutions and augments strength at high temperatures. It is particularly effective in acidic environments and in defensive against corrosion caused by the sulfuric, hydrochloric, acetic, formic and tartaric acids and as well as acid
Steel is an important element in our day-to-day lives is an alloy of iron and other element particularly carbon which is widely used in construction and other applications. They’re widely used because of its high tensile strength & low price. But did you know there are 4 types of steel available in the world? Oh yes,
Steel industrial material trends have seen a big shift in the recent decades. It’s about availability, types, quantity, quality, performance and also the “customization” based on the application, its purpose, desired life expectancy and so on. Electric steel is one of those metals, which serves industries different purposes with a wide custom options and ranges.
Rare Earth Elements (REE) or Rare Earth Metals are actually a set of 17 chemical elements in the scientific periodic table that are specifically the fifteen lanthanides plus scandium and yttrium. The scandium and yttrium are considered rare earth elements since they tend to occur in the same ore deposits as the lanthanides and exhibit