Stainless Steel Grades 101 What Is Stainless Steel?

Written by Economic Development Jobs on May 2, 2018. Posted in Aluminum bronze grades, Nickel 405, Welding the hy steels

What You Need to Know About Stainless Steel Grades

If you are someone (or know someone) who works in the construction industry, you have come to the right place. When it comes to steel, nickel, and aluminum bronze casting there are many materials on the market. That said, not all materials are the same so it is important that you do your research to find the metal that is right for the job. Consider, that stainless steel has an array of characteristics, so keep reading below for critical information regarding the selection of metal for your construction jobs!

1. There are many types of stainless steel grades, but one is more popular than the most so keep that in mind when making your decision of what stainless steel grades to purchase/use.

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Reasons to Consider Aluminum

Written by Economic Development Jobs on January 20, 2018. Posted in Astm b150, Examples of alloys, Nickel 405

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If you work in an industry that uses metal, you have multiple options. The most common kinds of metal used today are iron, carbon steel, aluminum, copper and stainless steel. For many industries, using copper and aluminum alloys is the way to go. One of the strongest kinds of metal that can be treated with heat is aluminum alloy 2014.

After iron, the most popular metal that is being used today is aluminum. In the earth’s crust, it is the most common metallic element. In nature, it is a silver and white color. It is a very ductile material. Although it is very common in the crust of the planet, it is not usually found in its concentrated form. The way it is usually found is trapped inside Bauxite rocks. The unique chemical and physical properties of aluminum and copper and aluminum alloys make it easy to u