Tag: Centro Inox

High-alloy stainless steel in seawater desalination processes

Seawater desalination is an industrial process used to obtain water for drinking, irrigation or industrial use.

Scrubbers for the maritime sector

The maritime sector has adapted to IMO 2020 regulations limiting polluting emissions by fitting high-quality exhaust filtering systems.

Stainless skyscraper in Istanbul

A towering skyscraper in the central business district of Istanbul stands out as a striking example of Italian architectural design.

Reverse osmosis desalinator

Centro Inox has reported that the territory of the municipality of Reggio Calabria has a system of aqueducts that draw water from the ground water table through wells, many of which are situated near the coast and are therefore characterized by high salt concentrations.

Drinking water plant

According to Centro Inox, on 7 July 2007 at Pedra Majore (Sedini), in the province of Sassari (Sardinia), the new drinking water plant was opened.

Centro Inox appoints

The Annual General Meeting and the Board of Directors of Centro Inox met on 30 May 2007 to discuss new appointments within the Centro Inox company.

Stainless mulit-layered roofing

According to Centro Inox, the “iGuzziniâ€? plant (lighting fixtures manufacturer) by Recanati (Macerta) has been recently renovated with a new covering of Coverib multi-layered protected steel roofing and Polilux fretted sheets in compact polycarbonate.

Wave cladding

Centro Inox has reported that Gruppo Sassoli, having started with the processing of stainless steel sheet metal in the 1980’s, has reached the point where it can also produce semi-finished products, as well as components.

SS fountain in Milan

Centro Inox has reported that as part of the renovation of Dateo Square, along the median ring road in the Eastern portion of Milan, Italy, an underground parking facility has been built featuring surface structures that make ample use of EN 1.4301 (AISI 304) stainless steel.

Stainless steel "nest"

Centro Inox, the Italian stainless-steel society, has been working on the Nido ("nest") project, the purpose of which is to design a safer two-seater car.