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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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2015-11-04

Duplex stainless steels were born and have been actively developed by European companies since 1935. In view of the continuous improvement of their properties and their growing availability, Duplex stainless steels will remain an attractive solution to the future needs of designers and users in mechanical engineering.

Their features made them very attractive compared to equivalent austenitic grades: higher resistance to Stress Corrosion Cracking, higher mechanical properties and lower alloy cost. They present excellent cost/properties ratios particularly in critical applications including: oil and gas, chemical industry, pulp and paper industry, water systems, desalination plants, pollution control equipments, chemical tankers, ...

Consideration of sustainability and Life Cycle Cost are moving other applications to Duplex use (architecture and construction, storage tanks) ensuring without any doubt further development for the whole duplex family.

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

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