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  • Article - 9 May 2019
    This article discusses applications that will benefit from heat shrink technology.
  • Article - 17 Aug 2016
    Stainless steels contain several alloying elements that are in line with the specific composition and grade. The following sections describe the alloying additions and the reasons they are present,...
  • Article - 24 Jun 2016
    Pure nickel is very hard, ductile, shiny, resistant to corrosion, and has a silvery-white color.
  • Article - 15 May 2013
    Copper and alloys of copper are known for their excellent thermal and electrical conductivity and good corrosion resistance. The applications of the copper alloys vary with the type and quantity of...
  • Article - 15 May 2013
    Copper and its alloys are best suited for applications that require excellent electrical and thermal conductivity. Pure copper is denoted by the UNS numbers C10100 to 13000.
  • Article - 15 May 2013
    Copper and alloys of copper are mostly used in applications that need good electrical and thermal conductivities. Copper and its alloys exhibit excellent resistance to corrosion. Pure copper is...
  • Article - 16 Jan 2013
    Induction heating is ideal for brazing as it allows a continual heating system using electrical conduction which is highly controllable.
  • Article - 14 Jun 2012
    The word lanthanum was derived from a Greek word lanthaneia. In 1839, a Swedish chemist, Carl Gustaf Mosander discovered lanthanum when he was searching for impurities in cerium samples.
  • Article - 14 Jun 2012
    In 1803AD, Osmium was discovered by Smithson Tennant who separated it and iridium out from an impure platinum sample. Properties, occurence, production and applications of osmium are covered in this...
  • Article - 24 Aug 2008
    Austral Wright Metals has introduced two new generation grades of ferritic stainless steel. These are 'new generation' ferritic grades, with extra low carbon and fully stabilised, so don't suffer the...