China produces half of world stainless steel production in 2013 According to research by Steel Market Intelligence GmbH, China produced 20.5 million tons of crude stainless steel in 2013 as global output totaled 40 million tons even if the market demand was very low and unstable price trend. China’s production in 2013 was up 17% year-on-year and was over half of...Read More
Russia’s stainless steel consumption up by 6.2% in 2013 According to the data from Russian’s special steel association Spetsstal, Russia’s stainless steel consumption in 2013 reached 383,900 tons, up by 6.2% from a year ago. In 2013, the country produced around 154,800 tons of stainless steel products, increasing by 18.4% from 2012. Russia lifted up its stainless exports...Read More
LME nickel prices continue climbing The nickel spot price soared to US$16,135/ton and the nickel 3-month price climbed again to US$16,170/ton on March 24th. As Indonesia announced to impose a ban on nickel ore exports, China’s stainless steel mills started to conduct restocking. China, the world’s largest stainless steel producer, consumes about 50% of world nickel...Read More
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Stainless steel has been developed to resist a number of corrosive environments. It ensures that our workplaces are safe, that buildings last longer and that our food preparation surfaces are hygienic. It is also an earth friendly material; it can be melted down, recycled and made into something else.
Stainless steel is always made using chromium. The minimum amount of chromium used to make stainless steel is 10.5%; it is chromium that makes the steel stainless. Chromium also improves the corrosion resistance by forming a chromium oxide film on the steel. This very thin layer, when placed under the right conditions, can also be self-repairing.
Stainless steel is a very versatile material. It can literally be used for years and remain stainless. Stainless steel products have a significantly longer lifespan than products made of other materials. There are less maintenance costs, and stainless steel also has a very high scrap value on decommissioning.
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