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Award-winning bridge
Bridges influence the quality of life for an entire region by providing a way across rivers, ravines, and other obstacles. Duplex stainless steels in bridge design help avoid road closures for both replacement and maintenance. A new bridge spanning one of the world’s largest rivers uses both 2205 and 2507 duplex stainless steel for strength, longevity, and corrosion resistance.
Cost-saving super duplex
The quantifiable benefits of stainless steel are often future-oriented, namely reducing maintenance throughout service life and reducing life cycle costs. But stainless steel, especially the strong duplex grades, sometimes emerges as the most affordable option from the initial investment! The following case study discusses how a 2507 super duplex stainless steel exhaust stack replacement option was less expensive than a weathering steel alternative.


It sounds better with moly!
Some uses of molybdenum are less obvious than others, like helping to produce sound and music. Molybdenum is found in acoustic devices ranging from the utilitarian whistle to a 2.5 tonne fire-breathing organ. When it comes to emitting and propagating sound, molybdenum-containing stainless steels offer resistance to wear and tear.
Molybdenum in biogas plants
Biogas plants make a valuable contribution to green energy generation: they provide electricity, heat, gas and vehicle fuel, thereby significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Additionally, these plants contribute to the reduction of organic waste. Due to their exceptional corrosion resistance and strength, molybdenum-containing stainless steels have been proven to be an excellent choice for various biogas production applications.
Sterile stainless steel serves cleanrooms
When studying viruses, making computer chips, or bottling medicines, particles 100 times smaller than a grain of sand can spell disaster. Ultra-sensitive procedures like these take place in cleanrooms, the most meticulously controlled spaces on earth. Type 316 stainless steel is widely used in this sector.