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The leading knowledge and networking platform for CRA (Corrosion Resistant Alloy) professionals from the global process industries.
The leading knowledge and networking platform for CRA (Corrosion Resistant Alloy) professionals from the global process industries.

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The Stainless Steel World August issue has arrived!
Here you can already read the Cover Story about: Mannesmann Stainless Tubes: Investing in partners & innovation to further growth http://bit.ly/2O2LXae Be sure to check our subscription offers! http://bit.ly/2stVIFy
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The Stainless Steel World Annual Procurement Report 2018 supplies you with an overview of companies world-wide from the stainless steel industry. It provides an outline of who’s who in terms of companies, and what each has to offer. For all those involved in procurement, it provides an easy research document as to who does what in terms of products, and in what grades and ranges.

Click http://bit.ly/2tstThi to receive the login codes to read or download a FREE digital copy.
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Welding has the image of being a down-to-earth, hands-on activity, but a lot rides on it in terms of safety, both to plant and to personnel. A skills shortage makes the task of training enough welders more urgent. This is where technology comes in: the welding tools being developed today are smarter, (sometimes) bigger, faster and safer than before. More ergonomic tools and robotics will go a long way towards filling the skills gap.

The welder training process will increasingly be dovetailed with on-the-job experience and learning to use smarter tools. This article examines how the newest welding equipment is meeting the challenges.

Read the Article here: http://bit.ly/2FHrLpS
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SSW first had the pleasure of meeting Material and Inspection Specialist Mrs. Sari Musch in September 2015 when visiting the Neste refinery at Porvoo, Finland. There, in the company’s central office, she kindly outlined some of her work related to stainless steels. Two years later, SSW found it high time for a return trip to Finland to catch up with Mrs. Musch and her many and varied projects. Read the article at: https://goo.gl/WMmKDE
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Traditionally, the medical and pharmaceutical industries have been highly conservative and regulated environments where changes in material take inordinate amounts of time, primarily driven by the proclivity to corrosion of those materials. Due to their nature and specific applications, devices designed for medical or pharmaceutical uses must meet extremely demanding design and manufacturing criteria. Such applications are part of a very broad spectrum of products and designs in all shapes and sizes and materials to perform a wide range of functions. Read the article here: https://goo.gl/gB51zh
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FMC Technologies and Technip came together in January 2017 to form TechnipFMC, a company dedicated to improving the performance of the world’s energy industry. A global leader in oil and gas projects, technologies, systems, and services, TechnipFMC is divided into three business segments: subsea, onshore/ offshore, and surface. The company employs more than 40,000 people across 48 countries. Read the article here: https://goo.gl/e6vC1a
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A ROV Tooling Manager for Delta SubSea, a leading provider of Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) services and tooling solutions to the subsea oil and gas industry, Matthews caters to internal company needs, maintaining tooling efficiency to Delta SubSea’s ten ROV systems located across the world but predominantly in the Gulf of Mexico.

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The March issue of 2018, Stainless Steel World magazine has arrived! Did you grab your copy yet? If you haven’t, here you can already read the Cover Story about TUBACEX GROUP; Growing in the value chain. https://goo.gl/9AqxCm Or click https://goo.gl/5Lw4Eh to see the other content in this issue. Are you interested in receiving all stories in print and/or online? Then be sure to check our subscription offers! https://goo.gl/RqvQon
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It has long been known that the parts per million range quantity of trace elements has a tremendous influence on the properties of otherwise pure metals (AE van Arkel, Reine Metalle, Berlin 1939) which is also true for nickel. The norm for the purest nickel grade – Ni 270 – was established decades ago for vacuum tube parts. Since then it has become possible to reduce the content of trace elements in nickel drastically. For measurement and control devices, specific properties and their stability over time and different production lots is decisive. Both can be achieved by a strict limitation of trace elements.

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