FAQ: What is the Melting Point of Mild Steel?
FAQ: What is the Melting Point of Mild Steel?
Tuesday, 25th of June 2013

Continuing our series of blogs about the properties of mild steel, this week we’re looking at the working temperatures of the material.

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What are the Properties of Mild Steel?
What are the Properties of Mild Steel?
Thursday, 20th of June 2013

Mild steel is one of many different grades of steel which are produced internationally. In fact, the World Steel Association claims there are more than 3500 grades of steel when you take into account all of the unique physical, chemical and environmental properties.

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Product Spotlight: Mild Steel Box Section
Product Spotlight: Mild Steel Box Section
Thursday, 6th of June 2013

It continues to be one of our best sellers on our cut to size metal website and on our eBay store, so this week we’re blogging about our mild steel box section.

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How Aluminium Has Shaped the World
How Aluminium Has Shaped the World
Thursday, 30th of May 2013

The Aluminium Federation has just celebrated its 50th anniversary and as a little celebration, they put together a list of fifty ways aluminium has changed the world for a better. It’s something we take for granted but it has allowed us to develop at a staggering

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New Method of Steel Production Cuts CO2
New Method of Steel Production Cuts CO2
Tuesday, 14th of May 2013

It has been reported this week that material chemists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have been working on a method of steel production which will cut the amount of carbon dioxide released during the process – potentially eliminating one

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Aluminium Oversupply Becoming Global Problem
Aluminium Oversupply Becoming Global Problem
Tuesday, 7th of May 2013

Global aluminium output has skyrocketed in the first quarter of 2013 - predominantly in China – leading prices to fall to $1800 per tonne. The World Bureau of Metal Statistics estimates overproduction in the first two months of the year at 317,000 tonnes

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