PAINTS

PAINTS

WELDING RODS

All steel contains iron, but it also contains carbon. The addition of carbon is what distinguishes iron from steel. By weight, steel contains about 2.14% carbon. Although that’s a relatively small amount of carbon, it results in significant physical changes. Steel, for example, is both harder and stronger than pure iron. And unlike iron, steel isn’t an essential mineral. You don’t need to consume steel as part of your diet.

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CEMENTS

CEMENTS

CEMENTS

It’s important to note that iron is an essential mineral. Like vitamins, essential minerals are needed for proper nutrition. When consumed, iron supplies the human body with nutrients needed to make hemoglobin. The essentially mineral acts as a catalyst for the production of hemoglobin, which is a main component of red blood cells. If you don’t consume enough iron in your diet, your body won’t be able to make a sufficient amount of red blood cells, resulting in a medical condition known as iron deficiency anemia. Food sources rich in iron include beef, chicken, oysters, beans, lentils, fish, vegetables, bread and fortified cereals.

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ROOFING

ROOFING

ROOFING

Steel, on the other hand, is a ferrous alloy consisting primarily of iron and carbon. Many people assume that steel is a metal, but this isn’t necessarily true. While it exhibits similar properties as metals, it’s technically classified as an alloy. Metals occur naturally as an element, whereas alloys consist of multiple mixed elements and components that aren’t found naturally as an element. You can find iron naturally as an element. In fact, it’s the most abundant element on Earth. But you won’t find steel anywhere in Earth’s outer or inner core, as it’s a man-made alloy that requires mixing iron and carbon.

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GATES & GRILL

GATES & GRILL

GATES & GRILL

Steel, on the other hand, is a ferrous alloy consisting primarily of iron and carbon. Many people assume that steel is a metal, but this isn’t necessarily true. While it exhibits similar properties as metals, it’s technically classified as an alloy. Metals occur naturally as an element, whereas alloys consist of multiple mixed elements and components that aren’t found naturally as an element. You can find iron naturally as an element. In fact, it’s the most abundant element on Earth. But you won’t find steel anywhere in Earth’s outer or inner core, as it’s a man-made alloy that requires mixing iron and carbon.

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STEEL SECTIONS

STEEL SECTIONS

STEEL SECTIONS

All steel contains iron, but it also contains carbon. The addition of carbon is what distinguishes iron from steel. By weight, steel contains about 2.14% carbon. Although that’s a relatively small amount of carbon, it results in significant physical changes. Steel, for example, is both harder and stronger than pure iron. And unlike iron, steel isn’t an essential mineral. You don’t need to consume steel as part of your diet.

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RODS & BARS

RODS & BARS

RODS & BARS

tainless steel bars (also known as stainless steel bars, stainless steel rounds or stainless steel round bars shaped as solid cylinders, as opposed to stainless steel square bars, stainless steel hex bars) are standard construction and finishing materials and are commonly used for a broad variety of structural and esthetic uses in all industries and applications.

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IRON & STEELS

IRON & STEELS

IRON & STEELS

Iron is a lustrous and ductile metal with the atomic number 26. It has a chrome-colored appearance that reflects a significant amount of light. Iron is also a ferromagnetic metal, meaning it’s magnetic and attracts other ferromagnetic metals.

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SHEETS & PLATES

SHEETS & PLATES

SHEETS & PLATES

The sheet metal, the thickness of a sheet of aluminum, is any aluminum thicker than a foil and thinner than 6 mm. Stainless steel 304l sheets are also used in the design of buildings that don’t require protection. For extra power, it is also sometimes corrugated or diamonded, without growing weight. Corrugation is the color fringing of steel at frequent intervals to form ridges and diamonding is the insertion of diamond ridges that give texture to the sheet.

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PIPES & TUBES

PIPES & TUBES

PIPES & TUBES

Copper-nickel (CuNi) or Cupronickel is a copper alloy with nickel and other strengthening elements, including iron and manganese. The copper content

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