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Stainless steel has different and various usage areas; ASTM KOD  SPECIFICATIONS    USAGE AREAS 304 Stainless steel is the basic variety. It provides high oxidation up to 400 ° C. The mechanical resistance and the friction resistance are very good. Kitchenware, households, household appliances, industrial kitchens, chemical and petrochemical industry, food industry, automotive industry, exchanger and […]

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Approximately 4-4.5 million tons of iron needs of around 10-13 million tons of annual iron and steel factory in our country are provided from domestic sources and about 150-200 million dollars are paid for the remaining part with imports. Considering the foreign trade figures of the mining industry, iron ore is second only to imported […]

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Alloys are usually added to the steel to improve the properties required in stainless steel products. The sea-grade stainless steel, type 316, is resistant to certain types of interactions. 316 L, F, N, H and many other 316 stainless steel types. Each one has different characteristics than the other. Shared Qualities by Type 316 and […]

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In 1913, the British metallurgist Harry Brearly discovered that, while working on the project to improve the rifles’ pipes, they added low carbon chromium to the steel and gave it a stainless feature. The addition of carbon and chromium to iron has been the beginning of modern stainless steel. In metallurgy; Stainless steel is described […]

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Iron and steel exports in Turkey followed a fluctuating trend in 2006. As of the first 3 months of the year, our exports increased by around 6% and started to regress in April due to the vitality of domestic demand. In the second quarter of the year, the upward trend in value of exports is […]

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In order to be able to calculate the true iron and steel demand of the country, every economy sector needs to know one by one. However, since no such statistics have been made in Turkey until now, the actual iron-steel demand in the past of the country can not be determined precisely. However, the analysis […]

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Economists distinguish the world economies by two main groups according to the prosperity levels of the countries. On one side are advanced economies that provide high living standards, on the other side are underdeveloped or underdeveloped economies. When the structure of the national incomes of these two group countries is examined it is seen that […]

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Since 1990, 65 000 to 85 000 tonnes of stainless steel have been consumed in Turkey. Consumption of stainless steel per capita in our country is approximately 1.5 Kilograms. This amount corresponds to 0.5% of world consumption. Apart from the EU, Turkey is the most important consumer in Europe. Turkey is totally dependent on stainless […]

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In the world, mining has been undergoing a radical change for several decades. In the past, metal mining in developed countries with weight in Canada, USA and Australia; coal mining concentrated in the same countries and in Germany and the UK; South Africa, Peru, Chile, and other countries in the imperial industrial mining and socialist […]

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During the industrialization period, the iron and steel industry has an undeniable prominence. It supplies raw materials from iron and steel industry to many industries such as metal ware industry, agricultural machinery industry, marine and motor road transportation industry, construction industry, electric and non-electrical machinery industries. Iron and steel sector, considered as an indispensable element […]

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