What Are Front Rake Bars? In the waste-water treatment sector, there are specific machines designed to filter out unwanted waste and debris from water. These screening systems can be found for instance in rivers, sewage channels, dams, and other water streams. The cleaning elements of the screening systems are metal rake bars, placed in the…Details
Montanstahl SA acquires the metallurgical company Hoesch Schwerter Extruded Profiles GmbH.
At Montanstahl, we provided special structural sections in stainless steel 316L, specifically beams, channels and angle bars, which were used as stiffeners for the tower producing prills of the Orica Kooragang Island fertilizing plant in New South Wales, Australia.
Building 337 located in 1 Health Plaza, East Hanover, New Jersey, USA, is a beautiful example of manufacturing excellence combined with progressive architecture. Montanstahl contributed to this real estate project by supplying bespoke laser welded sharp corner sections. Profile: Tailored Sharp Edge Sections Material grade: 316L Execution: laser welded & polished Industry served: Architecture Building…Details
The talented Sigrid Hintersteininger Architects wanted to represent architecturally Hahn+Kolb’s ambitious mission: “We are there for you. Wherever you are.” To do so, they chose our curtain wall solutions to build the Ludwigsburg (DE) headquarters of this leading provider of machining tools.
The Story Bridge in Brisbane has the sad primacy of being the Australia’s most notorious suicide hotspot. As a prevention measure, the municipality finances a huge project with 8.4 mio AUD for adding a stainless steel mash wall all along both walkways.
Extreme weather, earthquakes and air pollution: find out why stainless steel could be the perfect metal for future buildings. Steel is one of the most popular materials adopted in the building industry. It is often used in the form of rebars (short for “reinforcing bar”), which are hidden within concrete, or as structural beams, which…Details
The DIN 1025 for structural beams, as well as the DIN 1026 for various structural channels is going to be replaced by the new EN 10365. Currently, the norms do coexist in parallel. Which steel and stainless steel structural profiles are involved and what does change will be explained further on.