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Applications for Stainless Steel Long Products

Stainless steel is often associated with corrosion resistance... and quite rightly. However, stainless steel can do much more thanks to its other properties.

Clean Cooking with Stainless Steel

Women and children are the most affected. Reliance on inef cient stoves and fuels leads to health problems, typically emphysema, cataracts, cancer and heart disease. Breathing smoke from open res and traditional cooking stoves is also associated with low birth-weight in children born to mothers whose pregnancies are spent in a polluted domestic environment.

Stainless Steel in Sports and Leisure Equipment

Sports are now part of our lives. As more and more people enjoy more leisure and do not exert a physical activity in their professional lives, sports have grown to be the way to keep the body healthy.

Stainless Steel in the Dairy Industry

Dairying has been an agricultural practice since people rst started domesticating animals. Milk and dairy products are a vital part of the diet for many people. They contain most of the basic elements neces- sary for children to grow and are an important part of the human diet.

200-series Steels

Chrome-manganese austenitic stainless steel grades (“standard 200-series”) with well-defined and well-documented technical properties have proved acceptable materials for specific applications for many years – for example in North America and India.

Stainless Steel in Solar Energy Use

Energy is an indispensable pre-requisite for our economies to prosper. However, the use of energy is often associated with pollution and depletion of non-renewable resources. Unless they are addressed properly, environmental factors can limit our future industrial and social development.

Stainless Steel in Figures 2016

Stainless Steel in Self-Service Machines

Stainless steel has an ideal pro le and is available in many different suitable grades. The most common one is the classic chromium-nickel stainless steel 304. Its excellent weldability and formability facilitate fabrication.

Stainless Steel - Bene ts for Elderly People

Life expectancy is increasing strongly. As more and more people are getting older and older, society must be prepared to cater for the speci c needs of elderly people.

Why use stainless steel reinforcing bar?

Over the last three decades, premature deterioration of reinforced concrete structures has become a serious problem worldwide due to corrosion of the embedded steel. The estimated cost of repair is in excess of US$550 billion.

Stainless Steel in Tunnel Construction and Applications

Tunnels are a highly efficient way to improve the flow of road and rail traffic and reduce travel mes. They are used to transport both people and freight and can range from a few metres to 50 kilometres and more in length.

Practical Guidelines for the Fabrication of Duplex Stainless Steel

Duplex stainless steels are a family of grades com- bining good corrosion resistance with high strength and ease of fabrication. Their physical properties are between those of the austenitic and ferritic stainless steels but tend to be closer to those of the ferritics and to carbon steel.

Buildings Made From Recycled Materials Don’t Have To Be Ugly

Stainless steels are highly recyclable and typically contain 60% recycled material. In addition, the excellent corrosion resistance, strength and formability of stainless steels allow the construction of curtain walls and roofs with stunning aesthetics, minimal maintenance needs and long lives.

Stainless Steel and Solar Energy in Building Applications

In view of the increasing application of solar systems worldwide, the aim of this report is to give an overview of the state of the art regarding solar sys- tems and possibilities for the application of stainless steel in this context.

Stainless Steel in Biogas Production

The fact that climate change is occurring is largely undisputed among the global scienti c community today. A large body of data including measurements of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, meteorological records, polar ice melting data and clear changes in ecosystems support this conclusion.

Stainless Steel in Architectural Applications

The tiny town of New Plymouth, on the southern- most tip of the south island of New Zealand has attracted unusual world- wide attention in the elds of architecture, and, of course, stainless steel, following the completion of the Len Lye Museum, which is arguably one of the most beautiful modern buildings in the world.

Desalination in Stainless Steel

Current efforts to make our world more sustainable are increas- ingly focussed on the lack of available fresh water. Increasing the use of desalination plants will help to protect the world’s supply of fresh water while guaranteeing a dependable water supply.

Stainless Steel in Sewage Treatment Plants

Water – the blue gold of the blue planet, used in so many ways: for agriculture, for the processing and preparation of food and bever- ages, for heating and cooling, for energy generation, and for the production of a wide spectrum of industrial and consumer goods.

Built to Last - Stainless Steel as an Architectural Material

Only a couple of years after the invention of stainless steels, architects started discovering its potential for building and construction - in both visible and non-visible applications. The foundations of St Paul’s Cathedral in London were stabilized using stainless steel as early as 1922.

Stainless Steel in Drinking Water Supply

Its inert and corrosion-resistant nature makes stainless steel an ideal material for contact with drinking water in all stages from extraction to domestic plumbing.

Stainless Steel in Agricultural Applications

From a simple feeding pail to the most advanced fully robotised milking equipment, stainless steel is found on farms in numerous applications, where it is an alternative to plastics, light metal and above all galvanised steel.

Railcars in Stainless Steel

Current efforts to make our mobile lifestyle more sustainable are increasingly focused on the bene ts of public transport. A shift from motor vehicles to public transport solutions, such as rail, will signi cantly reduce the amount of greenhouse and other noxious gases being pumped into the atmosphere.

Better to be sustainable

Carbon steel reinforcement will corrode when chloride ion penetrates the concrete and contacts the steel. The corrosion products are expansionary and cause the concrete to crack and spall - repair then becomes necessary. Carbon steel can only tolerate chloride levels of 0 – 0.4%

Introduction to Stainless Steel

The material we know as stainless steel (also commonly referred to as "Inox" or "Rostfrei") is such a common feature of 21st century living that there can be few of us who have not seen or handled articles made from it. But how many of us really know what stainless steel is?

The History of Stainless Steel

Mankind has utilised iron for thousands of years. Yet it is only within the past 150 years that metallurgists have learnt how to make steels, control their properties and mass-produce them with a consistent level of quality.

Good Safety Practice in Stainless Steel.

The safety and health of the people who work in the stainless steel industry is our top priority. All injuries and work-related illness can and must be prevented to make our industry a safe and reliable place to work.

Stainless Steel for Designers

If you are looking for a key property of stainless steels without going through a tedious search, then this document should help you.

Applications for Stainless Steel Long Products

Stainless steel is often associated with corrosion resistance... and quite rightly. However, stainless steel can do much more thanks to its other properties.

Clean Cooking with Stainless Steel

Women and children are the most affected. Reliance on inef cient stoves and fuels leads to health problems, typically emphysema, cataracts, cancer and heart disease. Breathing smoke from open res and traditional cooking stoves is also associated with low birth-weight in children born to mothers whose pregnancies are spent in a polluted domestic environment.

Stainless Steel in Sports and Leisure Equipment

Sports are now part of our lives. As more and more people enjoy more leisure and do not exert a physical activity in their professional lives, sports have grown to be the way to keep the body healthy.

Stainless Steel in the Dairy Industry

Dairying has been an agricultural practice since people rst started domesticating animals. Milk and dairy products are a vital part of the diet for many people. They contain most of the basic elements neces- sary for children to grow and are an important part of the human diet.

200-series Steels

Chrome-manganese austenitic stainless steel grades (“standard 200-series”) with well-defined and well-documented technical properties have proved acceptable materials for specific applications for many years – for example in North America and India.

Stainless Steel in Solar Energy Use

Energy is an indispensable pre-requisite for our economies to prosper. However, the use of energy is often associated with pollution and depletion of non-renewable resources. Unless they are addressed properly, environmental factors can limit our future industrial and social development.

Stainless Steel in Figures 2016

Stainless Steel in Self-Service Machines

Stainless steel has an ideal pro le and is available in many different suitable grades. The most common one is the classic chromium-nickel stainless steel 304. Its excellent weldability and formability facilitate fabrication.

Stainless Steel - Bene ts for Elderly People

Life expectancy is increasing strongly. As more and more people are getting older and older, society must be prepared to cater for the speci c needs of elderly people.

Why use stainless steel reinforcing bar?

Over the last three decades, premature deterioration of reinforced concrete structures has become a serious problem worldwide due to corrosion of the embedded steel. The estimated cost of repair is in excess of US$550 billion.

Stainless Steel in Tunnel Construction and Applications

Tunnels are a highly efficient way to improve the flow of road and rail traffic and reduce travel mes. They are used to transport both people and freight and can range from a few metres to 50 kilometres and more in length.

Practical Guidelines for the Fabrication of Duplex Stainless Steel

Duplex stainless steels are a family of grades com- bining good corrosion resistance with high strength and ease of fabrication. Their physical properties are between those of the austenitic and ferritic stainless steels but tend to be closer to those of the ferritics and to carbon steel.

Buildings Made From Recycled Materials Don’t Have To Be Ugly

Stainless steels are highly recyclable and typically contain 60% recycled material. In addition, the excellent corrosion resistance, strength and formability of stainless steels allow the construction of curtain walls and roofs with stunning aesthetics, minimal maintenance needs and long lives.

Stainless Steel and Solar Energy in Building Applications

In view of the increasing application of solar systems worldwide, the aim of this report is to give an overview of the state of the art regarding solar sys- tems and possibilities for the application of stainless steel in this context.

Stainless Steel in Biogas Production

The fact that climate change is occurring is largely undisputed among the global scienti c community today. A large body of data including measurements of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, meteorological records, polar ice melting data and clear changes in ecosystems support this conclusion.

Stainless Steel in Architectural Applications

The tiny town of New Plymouth, on the southern- most tip of the south island of New Zealand has attracted unusual world- wide attention in the elds of architecture, and, of course, stainless steel, following the completion of the Len Lye Museum, which is arguably one of the most beautiful modern buildings in the world.

Desalination in Stainless Steel

Current efforts to make our world more sustainable are increas- ingly focussed on the lack of available fresh water. Increasing the use of desalination plants will help to protect the world’s supply of fresh water while guaranteeing a dependable water supply.

Stainless Steel in Sewage Treatment Plants

Water – the blue gold of the blue planet, used in so many ways: for agriculture, for the processing and preparation of food and bever- ages, for heating and cooling, for energy generation, and for the production of a wide spectrum of industrial and consumer goods.

Built to Last - Stainless Steel as an Architectural Material

Only a couple of years after the invention of stainless steels, architects started discovering its potential for building and construction - in both visible and non-visible applications. The foundations of St Paul’s Cathedral in London were stabilized using stainless steel as early as 1922.

Stainless Steel in Drinking Water Supply

Its inert and corrosion-resistant nature makes stainless steel an ideal material for contact with drinking water in all stages from extraction to domestic plumbing.

Stainless Steel in Agricultural Applications

From a simple feeding pail to the most advanced fully robotised milking equipment, stainless steel is found on farms in numerous applications, where it is an alternative to plastics, light metal and above all galvanised steel.

Railcars in Stainless Steel

Current efforts to make our mobile lifestyle more sustainable are increasingly focused on the bene ts of public transport. A shift from motor vehicles to public transport solutions, such as rail, will signi cantly reduce the amount of greenhouse and other noxious gases being pumped into the atmosphere.

Better to be sustainable

Carbon steel reinforcement will corrode when chloride ion penetrates the concrete and contacts the steel. The corrosion products are expansionary and cause the concrete to crack and spall - repair then becomes necessary. Carbon steel can only tolerate chloride levels of 0 – 0.4%

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