Tag: Sandvik Steel

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.

Stainless hip stems

Sales of stainless steel, Furlong® Modular Hip Replacement Systems, produced by JRI Ltd, have increased significantly in the 12 months following a change from a standard vacuum melted stainless steel to Sandvik Steel’s Bioline® High-N (high nitrogen) stainless steel.

Sandvik supplies Nigerian gas field

Sandvik Steel has produced its first high-volume order for large diameter stainless steel tubes for gas lift risers (GLR).

Sandvik accelerates change

Sandvik Steel has decided to intensify its ongoing programme of change through a review of the organisational structure at the main facility in Sandviken.

Sandvik supplies duplex to W. Africa

Sandvik Steel has received orders for nearly half a million metres of duplex stainless steel tubing, for hydraulic and chemical injection lines for subsea umbilical cables, for ExxonMobil's Kizomba project and the Zafiro project, both in West Africa.

Production closure at Gusab Stainless

Sandvik Steel has decided to initiate negotiations with the trade unions regarding the closure of production of stainless spring wire at its subsidiary, Gusab Stainless AB in Mjölby, Sweden, with approximately 110 employees.

New welding consumables for nuclear industry

Sandvik Steel has launched a new range of welding wire, covered and strip electrodes and fluxes for welding nuclear steam generator tubing.

TW Metals appoints machining specialist

Stainless steel and special alloys distributor TW Metals has announced the appointment of Mr Mike Davies as Account Specialist responsible for the development of sales of Sanmac stainless steel hollow bar to UK companies involved in the manufacture of machined components.

Sandvik introduces Multishift™ Training

In co-operation with Söderhamn Eriksson Utbildning AB, Sandvik Steel has developed tailor-made training programmes for end users working with its Multishift bandsaw blades.

Wire production at Sandvik under review

A review is under way of Sandvik Steel's Wire Division. The review shows that the current five production units should be reduced to four...