Lean duplex has become more commonly used to counteract the strong price fluctuations typical seen in stainless steel grades. Lean duplex has a significant lower level of nickel compared to a typical stainless steel grade (such as 304/316) – resulting in more price stable alloy. In addition to higher price stability, lean duplex offers a…
For a new Urea and Ammonium Nitrate (UAN) fertilizer plant in Poland, several stainless structural sections were needed.
Especially the dome of the tower was designed with curved sections. And in order to reduce problems when assembling the dome, the engineers demanded for these sections being in one single piece and not butt-welded.
Standard stainless structural beams and channels where supplied for a ammonium-phosphate fertiliser plant in Australia.
The site is located in North West Queensland, where in addition to beneficiation of ammonia, phosphoric acid and granulation plants, also a phosphate mine and ore processing facility are settled.
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.
Due to its hygienic characteristics, stainless steel is essential in hospitals and infirmaries. For medical applications, a Swiss private clinic also needs stainless steel beams with special measurements.