Properties of Metals| Metal Types and Heat Treatment of Steel
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Properties of Metals| Metal Types and Heat Treatment of Steel

Properties of Metals| Metal Types and Heat Treatment of Steel Properties of Metals Ferrous metals are  metal alloys containing iron.  The  name ferrous comes from the Latin word for iron Ferro. Most are magnetic. Steel Production Process Today, iron is the backbone of the world we have built. It is strong, plentiful, and cheap. Iron…

Non-Ferrous Metals List | Properties of Non Ferrous Metals
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Non-Ferrous Metals List | Properties of Non Ferrous Metals

Non-Ferrous Metals List | Properties of Non Ferrous Metals Non-Ferrous Metals What is Non Ferrous Metals? Non-ferrous metals  can be defined as metals that  do not have iron content in them. Non-ferrous metals  examples include aluminum, Bronze, copper, Brass, lead, zinc and tin, silver and gold. The primary advantage of non ferrous metals over ferrous materials is their…

Cast Iron | Casting | Metalizing | Steel

Season Cracking | Caustic Embrittlement  | Bauschinger Effect | Work Hardening

Season Cracking | Caustic Embrittlement  | Bauschinger Effect | Work Hardening Season Cracking What is Season Cracking? Season cracking results when the material is subjected to the combined effect of internal stresses and inter-crystalline corrosion due to the corrosive media in an industrial atmosphere. Internal stresses left in any object for an extended period, after…

Metalizing | What is Metalizing?
Metalizing

Metalizing | What is Metalizing?

Metalizing | What is Metalizing? Metals are widely used in industry and the design, fabrication, and construction of steel bridges, structural bearings, and expansion joints for the highway, railway, and industrial markets. What is Metalizing? Metalizing is a zinc-based spray-on corrosion protection option for structural steel bridges that provides several types of protection. The spray coating itself…