Steel is the world’s most important engineering and construction material. It composites of- iron, carbon & other elements. Iron is the base of steel. Though steel is harder and stronger than iron…

There are two types of metals- ferrous and non-ferrous. The basic difference between ferrous and non-ferrous can be identified by the presence of iron. There are many other basic indicators which diff…

Screw and bolt are extensively used in the manufacturing industry. Both of them are made of metal. They are used as an extremely thread fastener. However, there is some basic difference between these…

From the tiny fork on the table to the highest skyscraper, stainless steel has become an integral part of modern life.

Stainless steel’s strength, 100% recyclability, corrosion resistance, mechanical…

It is a steel alloy with a minimum of 11.5 wt% chromium content. Although stainless still are not stain proof, they don’t rust or corrode as easily as its other counterparts. Stainless steel has its u…

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