The use of hydrogen in the steel making process is an important topic affecting manufacturers around the globe.
Demand for nickel across the whole range of applications has increased by around 5% per year since 2010 and this trend looks set to continue. At the same time a shortfall in production has developed. Given the declining ore quality, falling mining output and growing demand, shouldn’t we be focusing on recycling more nickel?
You may not be familiar with the name of William A. Krivsky (1927-2006), however he should be among those emblazoned in the Stainless Steel Hall of Fame. The following story tells why.
Salzgitter Flachstahl (SZFG) has invested in a new major plant within the metallurgy area, namely the coal-injection system for the A and B blast furnaces.
The 2nd Inox-Red Metallurgy Conference took place at the Acerinox’s Factory in Campo de Gibraltar (Cádiz, Spain) on 26–28 March 2003 and more than 90 people attended it.