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Metal Scrap Steel & Iron

Metal Scrap Steel & Iron Metal Scrap Iron and steel is a valuable feedstock in producing new steel products. The huge quantities of iron and steel produced over a long period, dating back to 19th century, has helped in developing a secondary industry of scrap processing. The steel and iron metal scrap can be categorized into three main categories, viz.…



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Facts you need to know about Copper Scrap

Copper in our life Copper mines are found amply, yet that is not the only reason it is broadly used for electronic wiring. Every home and building structure includes copper in their earthing systems. This is a life-saving system that protects structures from lightning strikes. The metal’s physical and chemical properties such as conducting electricity make copper metal ideal to…



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The Basics of Recycling Scrap Metal for Money

Most of us know the value of recycling and reusing items like plastic bottles, hand-me-down clothing, and newspapers. Through reuse and recycling, we can reduce what goes to the landfill, reduce waste, and save on energy used to produce new materials. But one sector of the recycling industry that may not be as popular, but is just as important, is scrap metal recycling. Scrap…



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Development of Railway Steel

Railway steel or some called rail steel is used for making railroad tracks. Railroad tracks are bearing heavy loads and subject to wear and fatigue. So the grade of railway steel must meet the demands of train speed and load. Proper chemical composition of railway steel enables the rails to have enough hardness and wear resistance, also anti-fatigue property. Generally, the…



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Steel and a Healthy Economy

Steel is everywhere in our lives for a reason. Steel is the great collaborator, working together with all other materials to advance growth and development. Steel is the foundation of the last 100 years of progress. Steel will be equally fundamental to meeting the challenges of the next 100. Key facts: The average world steel use per capita has steadily…