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Fort York bridge in Toronto, first of its kind in Canada made of UR™ 2205 Duplex stainless steel from Industeel.

Fort York bridge in Toronto, first of its kind in Canada made of UR™ 2205 Duplex stainless steel from Industeel.

Industeel supplied 300 tons of UR TM 2205 Duplex stainless steel plates (15 to 35 mm thick) from its mills of Charleroi and Le Creusot with a very stringent surface quality requirement to t...

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A record order of clad plates for Industeel
2018-02-20
A record order of clad plates for Industeel

Industeel France has just registered an order of over 50,000 tons of clad plates from EEW, a leading German special pipe producer. The plates will be delivered between February 2018 and November 2019. Clad plate is the combination of a carbon steel base with a layer of stainless steel or nickel alloys. This combination makes it possible to combine the excellent mechanical properties of carbon steels with the high corrosion resistance properties of stainless steels or nickel alloys.

The order is for a project in the Middle East.

Industeel's strategic decision to position itself strongly in the clad plates segment is paying off. Recent investments in excess of 15 million euros allow Industeel to offer an increased capacity in the manufacturing and quality approach of clad plates. It is, to date, the most important order ever registered by Industeel”. Alex Nick, CEO Industeel

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