PRO Stainless Designs and I-Form at Dublin City University embark on an ambitious 3-year Research and Design partnership to develop higher-performance stainless-steel finishes.
The annual global cost of metal corrosion is estimated to be $2.5 trillion*
. The corrosion of stainless-steeI
, the most common material used in processing plants, is a particular
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Stainless steel is an iron alloyed with a minimum of 10.5% chromium. Other alloying elements are added to enhance the formability, strength and toughness. These include metals such as Nickel, Molybdenum, Titanium and Copper. Non-metal additions are also made, the main ones being Carbon and Nitrogen.
Stainless steel is divided into 5 types:
The main advantages of using stainless steel are cleanliness, corrosion resistance, low maintenance and 100% recyclable.
Commonly available in flat bar, square bar, round bar, plate, sheet, angle, box section and tubing. Also available in the form of channel, T section, I beam, but by special order from overseas stockholders. If it is not available as a Hot Rolled or Cold Rolled stock item, the