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Which is better? 304 vs 316 Stainless Steel

Which is better? 304 vs 316 Stainless Steel

You would think that stainless steel doesn't stain based on its name, but you'd be wrong. Although it is less susceptible to stains than other iron-based metals, stainless steel is not truly "stainless". Stainless steel can develop fingerprint and grease stains,...

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All About Mild Steel 

All About Mild Steel 

Introduction Mild steel is a type of carbon steel that has very little carbon in it. It is also called "low carbon steel." Depending on the source, the amount of carbon in mild steel ranges from 0.05% to 0.25% by weight. On the other hand, higher carbon steels usually...

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Different Type of Steel Reinforcement Bars

Different Type of Steel Reinforcement Bars

Introduction Concrete structures use a variety of steel bar kinds. The concrete structure is strengthened with reinforced steel bars, ensuring its durability. Concrete is made using 5 different types of steel reinforcement bars. Hot Rolled Deformed Bars Cold Rolled...

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A Look into the Process of Galvanizing Steel Pipes

A Look into the Process of Galvanizing Steel Pipes

Introduction Metal PreparationDipping Phase into Molten ZincCooling, Finishing, and DryingQuality Control Galvanized iron pipes are used for a lot of practical things, like moving water, farming, phone lines, and plumbing. Galvanized iron pipes can be used both inside...

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How Does Carbon Steel Differ from Alloy Steel?

How Does Carbon Steel Differ from Alloy Steel?

Introduction Carbon makes up between 0.02% and 2.1% of both kinds of steel, so why is carbon steel a type of steel? Most of the time, when people say "carbon steel," they mean either carbon steel or low alloy steel. Alloy steel, on the other hand, is a type of steel...

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Features and Advantages of Hardox 400 Plates

Features and Advantages of Hardox 400 Plates

What are Hardox 400 Plates? Hardox 400 is a high-quality material that can be used for many different things. Hardox 400 lasts a long time and protects against corrosion, which makes it useful in a wide range of applications where there are many different kinds of...

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Benefits of Stainless Steel for Projects involving Fabrication

Benefits of Stainless Steel for Projects involving Fabrication

Introduction The wide use of stainless steel has changed the way metallurgical science is done. Stainless steel is the best metal for winning in the history of the world. Improvements have been made to a wide range of manufacturing equipment, from those used in the...

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New steel minister Jyotiraditya Scindia takes charge

New steel minister Jyotiraditya Scindia takes charge

Introduction  Jyotiraditya Scindia, the newly appointed steel minister, promised greater autonomy and "no inference" from the ministry in their internal affairs during a marathon six-hour meeting with all public sector organizations under the ministry's...

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ISMC (Indian Standard Medium Channel) Weight chart 

ISMC (Indian Standard Medium Channel) Weight chart 

Angle/Channel/Beam sections Indian Standards ISMB: Indian Standard Medium Weight Beam ISMC – Indian Standard Medium Weight Channel ISJB: Indian Standard Junior Beams ISLB: Indian Standard Light Weight Beams ISWB: Indian Standard Wide Flange Beams In Australia,...

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How is India planning to decarbonise the steel industry

How is India planning to decarbonise the steel industry

Introduction Steel is one of the most important parts of modern society, and as one of the most important materials for engineering and building, it is used in many parts of our lives. At the moment, the steel industry is one of the three industries that make the most...

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Titanium Price

Titanium Price

Introduction Many of us associate titanium with high-quality metals used in NASA spacecraft and other modern technology. The name alone gives us a clue, as it conjures up images of the Titans, the mighty giants who came before the gods of Olympus. It is aptly named,...

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Chart of Low-Alloy Steel Grades

Chart of Low-Alloy Steel Grades

What are low alloy steels? When the amount of Ni, Cr, Mo, and other alloying elements is less than 10.5%, the steel is called low alloy steel. Low alloy steels range from steels with small amounts of chrome and nickel to 11/13Cr steels with 4% nickel. It makes the...

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How Does the Flange Rating Work?

How Does the Flange Rating Work?

How Does the Flange Rating Work? ANSI FLANGE PRESSURE RATING EXPLAINED Now think about what this means for the rating of pressure: At 600 degrees F, the class 150 flange can only handle 140 pounds per square inch (psi) (as per the rating chart below) The class 300...

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What are a few examples of how pipes are used in the home?

What are a few examples of how pipes are used in the home?

Introduction Residential Uses of Pipes Plumbing Sewage Electrical conduits Decorative HVAC systems In a variety of residential applications, pipes are utilized to manage a structure's plumbing, sewage, electrical, and HVAC systems. Because they are designed to improve...

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Various tests to ensure the quality of steel pipes

Various tests to ensure the quality of steel pipes

Introduction Destructive testNon-destructive testHydro testingPositive material identification test A quality test is required for steel pipes in order to establish how well they will operate under high-stress conditions. Steel pipes are frequently utilized in...

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Stainless Steel Rebars: Types and Properties

Stainless Steel Rebars: Types and Properties

Introduction The use of stainless steel in the construction industry is increasing by the day. Why not, after all? Stainless steel is the most cost-effective and corrosion-resistant steel reinforcing alternative in most services. The need for maintenance during the...

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Inconel vs Hastelloy.

Inconel vs Hastelloy.

What exactly is Inconel? Inconel is an oxidation-corrosion-resistant material that is well suited for high-temperature and high-pressure applications. When Inconel alloy is heated, it generates a thick, stable oxide layer that shields the surface from further attack....

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HARDOX – WEAR RESISTANT HIGH STRENGTH STEEL

HARDOX – WEAR RESISTANT HIGH STRENGTH STEEL

Introduction There are numerous types of steel in the globe, and the strength is governed by the chemical composition. Hardox is one of them. Hardox is available in a variety of grades, for example, Hardox 400,450,500,600 in sheets and plates. When compared to...

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How to Prevent Corrosion on Steel Railings

How to Prevent Corrosion on Steel Railings

Introduction When it comes to steel, rust is a regular issue. Because of the rust railings, your place will undoubtedly appear drab and the property will appear damaged. Mild steel or carbon steel are the most common materials that corrode over time. Carbon steel has...

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Stainless Steel VS Titanium

Stainless Steel VS Titanium

What is stainless steel? Stainless steel is an iron alloy with a minimum of 10.5 percent chromium. The chromium on the steel surface forms a thin coating of oxide known as the 'passive layer.' This helps to keep the surface from corroding more. The higher the chromium...

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All you need to know about Steel Alloys 

All you need to know about Steel Alloys 

Introduction If you've ever wondered what the most widely used metal on the planet is, you might be shocked (or unsurprised) to learn that it's steel. Steel is a durable material that is commonly utilised. Steel is used in many of the objects that you and I encounter...

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Nickel 200 Pipes – Advantages & Uses

Nickel 200 Pipes – Advantages & Uses

Introduction Nickel 200 is perhaps the best metal for both mechanical and modern applications. It is claimed to be a monetarily pure nickel with roughly 99.6% fashioned nickel, excellent consumption resistance, and excellent mechanical qualities. Nickel 200 possesses...

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Which is the best Piping material for plumbing installations ?

Which is the best Piping material for plumbing installations ?

Introduction Many different materials can be utilised to make pipes for plumbing installations in homes and businesses. The optimum option varies based on the application and project conditions, as it does with any engineering decision. Furthermore, each material has...

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All you need to know about 200/201 Nickel

All you need to know about 200/201 Nickel

Nickel 200 and Nickel 201 are commercially pure wrought solid solution strengthened materials with outstanding mechanical properties across a wide temperature range and excellent corrosion resistance to various corrosives, particularly hydroxides. Nickel 201 is a...

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Knowing the differences between Nimonic 75 and Nimonic 80

Knowing the differences between Nimonic 75 and Nimonic 80

Differences between Nimonic 75 and Nimonic 80 A are as follows Nimonic 75 Introduction Nimonic 75 / Alloy 75 is a Nickel-Chromium Alloy with excellent performance characteristics. Nimonic 75 has good mechanical properties, low creep, and high temperature oxidation...

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Why and Where is Inconel used for?

Why and Where is Inconel used for?

Inconel is a nickel-chromium-based austenitic superalloy with specific applications. Inconel has various properties, including corrosion resistance, oxidation resistance, and the ability to tolerate high temperatures, making it an ideal material for severe situations....

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