Duplex stainless steel is a popular material in many industries. However, there are different grades with different chemical compositions. What the differences and advantages are, will be explained in the following.
Conveyor plants are essential in present economies. They have to carry goods through production processes or gather them from high bay racking for sale reasons. For that, special profiles are used.
Laser welding is a well-proven technology in the automotive industry. For manufacturing stainless steel profiles, it is lesser known. However, in comparison with others, laser welded profiles have interesting advantages.
Stainless steel angles are the profiles that are used the most and for the most applications amongst the commodities. Depending on the production technology, there are different types.
Over the last decades, stainless steel has been recognized as a versatile high-end material and became a dominant design element in an increasing number of façade and curtain wall projects.
Stainless steel can look back on a long tradition. The material is already over a hundred years old and is still used in all sectors you can think of.
Today a wide variety of industries use stainless steel beams. Their strength, toughness and high corrosion resistance make them ideal for structural applications in harsh or corrosive environments.
Duplex stainless steel is a nonrusting and acid-proof steel. But there are also other characteristics that make it the perfect partner for water treatment applications.
Once a year the Dutch metal wholesaler MCB arranges a special event. Who wins the “Best Supplier Award 2017”? Criteria are efficiency, production processes and interfaces – also in stainless steel production.
Where are the differences between the stainless steel grades 1.4404 (316L) and 1.4571 (316Ti)? Please check the following analysis that highlights some of the main pros and cons of both material grades.