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Stainless steel belt vs. metal-mesh conveyors

Stainless steel belt – and any other stainless steel surface – resists oxidation at high temperatures and it tolerates very low temperatures as well. Its lightweight quality and high durability allow the development of endless applications in myriad industries. Stainless steel paved the way for modern technology and continues to...

Overwiew on the global stainless steel market

Stainless steel the metal of the 21st Century is less than a century old and has become an integral part of our everyday life. What about the global stainless steel market? It is categorized into four major applications: heavy industry, automotive and transportation, building and construction, and consumer goods. The...

Wind energy: excellent results in Texas

Investments and new projects in the wind energy sector are growing more and more in the U.S.A. This definitely happens in Texas, where we can see excellent results in wind energy production. Thanks to smart policy decisions and innovative developing projects, wind power is now the nation’s main source of renewable energy! According to a report...

Stainless steel and its applications in art

Maybe you’ve never thought about it, but stainless steel can become a suitable material to create works of art! Douglas Bentham, in Saskatoon, is a great artist who has had this insight and has realized beautiful stainless steel sculpture. He lives in Saskatoon and has been working in his city for almost half...

Pilgrim Monument: more easy to reach thanks to the cable railway

The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum, in Massachusetts, overlook all Provincetown from the High Pole Hill. It’s not easy for visitors climbing the hill and reaching the Pilgrim Monument, built in 1910 to commemorate the landing of the Pilgrims and 252 feet tall. So, the Provincetown Museum board has proposed constructing the...

FAST discovers new four pulsars

Do you remember FAST? Fast is the world’s largest radio telescope, and stands in the Karst mountains of southwest China. Its giant dish is large almost five football fields and covered with 4,450 panels thanks to which collects radio signals from the furthest corners of the universe. Thanks to the Aperture Spherical...