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.
Filter systems are for all of us an everyday companion, even though not an obvious one. Starting with the fume hood in the kitchen or for drinking water, for wastewater, for swimming pools or at gas stations. Certainly, also for many different industries filter systems are – due to current environmental protection guidelines – mandatory by law and necessary. Like in other fields, also here the so-called Life Cycle Costs are an important factor when it comes to the choice of the material and these LCC definitely vote for the use of Duplex stainless steels.
At Montanstahl, over 10 years sharp-edged facade steel profiles are produced. The range of the carried out and feasible profile sections has been extended enormously over this period and the possibilities still seem not exhausted.
One defines heat-resistant stainless steels as alloys that are used in temperatures between 500 and 1150 degrees Celsius. In technical language, they are also called heat- and creep resistant.
Structural profiles are usually available in bar lengths of 6 meters. For the individual application, ones cut them into needed lengths and installed.
Often, the project requests bent profiles, which adapt to the forms of the application. To realize this, there are two ways in general. Find out more about these.
Using Duplex steel has some advantages, which are essential in a few industries. One of them is definitely the shipping industry with the transport of corrosive respectively cryogen fluids. The high mechanical values, combined with the high corrosion resistance of duplex grades, allow significant weight savings, which are not only important for the resourcing market.