Tag: chromium

Spectro Xepos meets new directives

As a reaction to the new EU directives for end-of-life vehicles (ELV) and also for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), Spectro has developed a solution for heavy-metal analysis.

Zero corrosion

A carefully drilled 1mm hole in the rear mid-frame of a 12 year-old Duple 425 coach has provided rather unusual evidence of the zero-corrosion performance of a high-performance stainless steel.

Solution for heavy-metal analysis

In response to the EU directives for end-of-life vehicles and also for waste electrical and electronic equipment, which are to be made into federal law in the EU member states within 18 months after their publication (expected in first quarter of 2003), SPECTRO has developed a solution for heavy-metal analysis.

Finned tubes from Sandvik

Sandvik Steel has developed a production method for internally, longitudinally finned, cold-finished tubes for use as pyrolysis tubing in the demanding environment of ethylene furnaces.

No corrosion after 12 years for stainless

A carefully drilled 1mm hole in the rear mid-frame of a 12 year-old Duple 425 coach, has provided evidence of the zero-corrosion performance of a high-performance stainless steel.

Metal spray process

Inovati (Santa Barbara, CA) has successfully developed a low-temperature metal deposition technique, Kinetic Metallization (KM).

Inovati wins R&D 100 award

Inovati (Santa Barbara, CA, USA) has won an R&D 100 award for 2002 from R&D Magazine for the development of equipment and processes for its low-temperature metal deposition technique, Kinetic Metallization (KM).

High temperature grade stainless tube

Sterling Tubes (Halesowen, UK), part of the Sandvik Group, has set up a stock of T310 stainless steel, high temperature grade seamless pipe and tube in order to supply and support independent distributor customers who specialise in and stock high-temperature alloys.

New stock alloy from Philip Cornes

Nickel alloy and special stainless steels distributor Philip Cornes has announced that it now has stock availability of the nickel, chromium, molybdenum alloy C-22 (UNS N06022).

Novel metal spray process

Inovati (Santa Barbara, CA, USA) has successfully developed a low-temperature metal deposition technique, Kinetic Metallization (KM).