Steel Technology Archive

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

Splurge: The Best Investments for Future Success

In a previous article, we talked about the different ways companies in the steel industry are saving money to remain competitive. Bringing costs down can help you and your steel business remain competitive, even in today’s economy. That said, not all savings are worth making. Bringing the costs down too much can actually lead to

Saving Money in the Steel Business

Many companies are exploring new ways to bring down costs and save money to improve their profit margin. Just because you are in the steel business doesn’t mean you should accept the costs as they are. Here are some ways to cut down costs so that your business can grow! Routine Maintenance is a Must

The Role Of Steel in Oceangoing Vessels

For as long as there have been oceans, there have been people traveling on them. As this travel grew more sophisticated, the ships used for it grew more complex as well. Wood was replaced by ever-improving alloys of steel, filling countless roles in the ship’s structure and function. Just as it has in other areas of

Enhance machinability of steel using Annealing procedure

Annealing: Annealing is the process of heating a metal to change its hardness and strength. When this procedure is done properly, metal reduces its cold working properties and becomes more flexible, stress-free. To obtain these properties, it is heated to temperature that is less than its melting point and then slowly frozen. Generally, Ferrite sub-critical