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Corrosion

Corrosion is defined as a refined metal that is naturally converted to a more stable form such as its hydroxide or sulphide state. Metal corrodes when it reacts with another substance such as oxygen, hydrogen or bacteria. Corrosion can also happen when metals are placed under too much stress causing the material to crack. Corrosion leads to deterioration of the material. In this section you can find newsitems related to all types of corrosion such as stress corrosion cracking, intergranular corrosion, pitting, and corrosion fatigue. If you wish to include your newsrelease on our website and email newsletter, please feel free to contact Joanne McIntyre.

TANIOBIS unveils AMtrinsic®

TANIOBIS produces high-quality materials, powders, and alloys based on tantalum and niobium, forming the basis of many everyday objects.

Latest product catalogue from Sankyo

Sankyo & Co., Ltd has just released its latest product catalogue, outlining the extensive product offering the Japanese trading company has on offer.

Stadler signs a framework agreement with ATM

Stadler and Azienda Transporti Milanesi S.p.A. (ATM) have signed a framework agreement for the supply of up to 80 TRAMLINK trams for the city of Milan.

Nippon Steel wins the Good Design Award 2020

Nippon Steel Corporation has been awarded the Good Design Award 2020 by the Japan Institute of Design Promotion (JDP) for its new product FeLuceTM (hairline-finished electroplated steel sheet), which has consequently become the first steel sheet to win this prestigious award.FeLuce is a novel type of steel sheet created using a ground-breaking production method that adds designs to plating layers applied to achieve corrosion resistance.

Additively manufactured duplex: better than wrought?

Additive manufacturing (AM) processes are rapidly maturing and offer the capability to build a new generation of components with complex designs, enhanced functionality, and rapid repair of existing components.

Grand opening: Stainless steel plate factory in S.Korea

SM Steel (an SM Group subsidiary) recently hosted an opening ceremony for its USD 130 million stainless steel plate factory in the Gunsan Free Trade Zone in South Korea.

Outokumpu duplex popularity grows as it turns 90

Outokumpu is celebrating 90 years since duplex stainless steel made its debut on the world market. The global leader in stainless steel is using the opportunity to highlight the growing role of duplex grades in supporting sustainability.

Tolomatic IMA-S rod-style actuator for F&B applications

A new stainless steel integrated electric actuator has been released for the food and beverage market. The Tolomatic IMA-S rod-style servo actuator, distributed in the UK by INMOCO, has been designed for demanding hygienic requirements in a robust, long-life package.

Geberit Mapress Stainless Steel approved for use

Geberit Group announced that the Geberit Mapress Stainless Steel supply system is approved for use in Hong Kong. The stainless steel, a non-soldered alternative is widely used in Asia as a safer, more durable alternative and replacement to lead piping and remove the risks of mixed metal supply systems.

Expanite chose an alternative for hard chrome plating!

With more than 20% of the turnover coming from hard chrome replacement projects, Expanite, the Danish pioneer within surface hardening of stainless steel, is on its way to position itself as the most used alternatives for hard chrome plating.
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