Ulbrich is pleased to announce the unveiling of one of the world’s most advanced 20 High Rolling Mill at our Wallingford, CT location, where we cold-roll precision strip and foil for over 160 alloys of stainless steel, nickel, titanium, and other special metals.
World-leading analytical instrumentation and automation solutions provider Malvern Panalytical Ltd has been awarded a significant new contract by SCOTT Technology Ltd, a world-leading supplier of sample preparation equipment and provider of complete end-to-end automation solutions.
Clariant, one of the leading suppliers of sustainable ingredients and solutions for the Industrial Lubricants Segment has launched a new and innovative phosphate ester offering outstanding performance and superior sustainability in metal working fluid formulations.
Ulbrich Stainless Steels & Special Metals, Inc. continues to uphold their commitment to an innovative business standard with the new Ulbrich Strip & Wire Surcharge App. With this debut app, monthly strip and wire alloy surcharges are available at the palm of your hand.
Olympus, a leading manufacturer of industrial microscopes, is improving the efficiency of nonmetallic inclusion analysis for steel manufacturers who use OLYMPUS Stream™ image analysis software.
As the world leader in advanced non-destructive testing solutions, Eddyfi Technologies is pleased to announce the release of the new M2M Mantis™, PAUT flaw detector with TFM.
World-leading specialist manufacturer of premium stainless steel fasteners BUMAX has been chosen to supply thousands of high-strength and corrosion resistant fasteners for the ELT, the Extremely Large Telescope, presently under construction.
As an important automotive production location in Asia, Thailand has great investment potential. As one of Thailand’s leading automotive parts manufacturers, the Thai Summit Group plays an important role in developing Thailand as an automotive manufacturing and export location.
The Australian Border Force (ABF) and the Department of Home Affairs have installed a new high-tech 3D scanning machine at the Melbourne International Mail Gateway Facility, bolstering the ABF’s ability to detect prohibited items – including explosives – arriving through the international mail.
If scientists could give living cells magnetic properties, they could perhaps manipulate cellular activities with external magnetic fields. But previous attempts to magnetize cells by producing iron-containing proteins inside them have resulted in only weak magnetic forces.