Monthly Archives: "May, 2016"

The 6 Steps To Modern Steel Production Explained
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Steel manufacturing methods have evolved dramatically since the processes of the industrial revolution began in the mid 19th century. However modern methods are still based on the Bessemer process which was practised over 150 years ago. This was a way to introduce oxygen into molten iron in order to reduce the amount of carbon contained within. Modern-day steel production makes use of both traditional raw materials (iron) and recycled materials to turn them into steel. With this in mind, here...

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What’s The Best Material For A Mezzanine Floor?
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A mezzanine floor is a raised or elevated platform that's constructed in between the floor and ceiling of a building or premises. They come in all shapes and sizes and are constructed to maximise the use of what is known as 'vertical space'. They're ideal for warehouses and storage facilities that have outgrown their current space, but in addition they can also add extra space to a home when bricks and mortar extensions aren't a viable option. So now you...

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What’s The Best Material For A Roll Cage?
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Whether you're considering building your very own roll cage, or instead are looking to get one made, you need to be sure that the type of material you use is actually going to do the job of protecting you and your passengers in the event of a vehicle roll-over. So what exactly is a roll cage? Roll cages are housed inside vehicles to prevent the people within from suffering crush injuries when a vehicle flips over or rolls. They stiffen and...

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Stainless Steel Roofing – Here’s Why You No Longer Need To Avoid It
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Tighter budgets have home owners looking for more cost effective roofing solutions that last longer and require fewer repairs. For this reason more and more people are opting once more for stainless steel roofing. Gone are the days when you'd avoid buying a property with a metal roof (normally corrugated iron) like the plague. Instead modern metal roofs are well-designed and built to last. With this in mind, let's take a closer look at some other advantages. It's seriously long...

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