- State-of-the-art melting capabilities for leading specialty materials producer Wide range of input materials
- Increase flexibility and reliability
- Reduces energy consumption and maintenance requirements
Single-phase material bonding allows precise control of the composition
Tungsten alloys (WNiFe / WNiCu) are used because of their corrosion resistance against molten metal and high thermal conductivity for chill-mould casting processing of aluminium. Yet, also in tool manufacture and for shielding from alpha and gamma radiation, the heavy metal with its density comparable to gold is indispensable.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed today in between the Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works (MMK), Russia, and SMS group, Germany. This MoU states the intention of both companies to cooperate in the development and use of decarbonization technologies in order to reduce – potentially to zero – CO2 emissions.
Hot commissioning of annealing and pickling line for cold strip at Aperam Stainless Belgium
SSAB is to deliver fossil-free steel to Cargotec, a leading provider of cargo and load handling solutions. Cargotec plans to use the fossil-free steel in their cargo handling equipment.
NSK produces billions of bearings a year for a myriad of different applications and industries. Amid this vast repertoire is the company’s range of high-quality spherical roller bearings, which is steadily growing in prominence among heavy industries such as quarrying and mining, steel and metals, and papermaking. Made in Japan, NSK’s spherical roller bearing solutions are adept at resisting seizure and wear in demanding operating conditions that include constant vibration, heat and shock loads.
SSAB is teaming up with Faurecia to jointly explore the development of fossil-free advanced high-strength steel for use in the automotive seating business.
This partnership makes Faurecia, one of the world’s leading automotive technology companies, the first supplier to the automotive industry to explore fossil-free steel with SSAB.
Moving towards a low carbon future for the heavy industries is a hugely challenging endeavor. But it is an area in which we can make great progress towards limiting the worst impacts of climate change and meeting the goals set out by the Paris Climate Agreement. Mammoet's Head of Sustainability, Erica Gray, discusses engineered heavy lifting's role as an enabler of this transition.