Steel is a highly versatile material and if you don’t believe take a look at your surroundings. For instance, plumbing in the office or home will often make use of steel at some point. Deciding whether to go for 316 seamless tube or simply make use of pipe can be a rather tricky affair. In this article, we look at some of the things to consider when choosing between steel tubing or piping for your intended purpose. Continue reading “Brief Guide: Applications of Steel Tubes Vs Steel Pipes”
All You Need to Know about Nickel
This is a hard and shiny metal with a number of applications for our daily life. You can find it in batteries as well as stainless steel used in making surgical tools and as nickel alloy 20 tubing. Continue reading “All You Need to Know about Nickel”
Quick Guide: Types of Elements Found in Stainless Steel
Stainless steel is a type of metal alloy found in a number of forms. It is used to make light wall stainless steel tubing as well as pipes and several other things. It is a practical metal as it does not corrode with chemicals nor rust which causes most of the metallic things we use to get made of stainless steel. Components found in stainless steel include molybdenum, nickel, carbon, chromium, iron and quantities of different other metals. Continue reading “Quick Guide: Types of Elements Found in Stainless Steel”
All You Need to Know About Nickel and its Applications
Nickel is a metal used independently and together with stainless steel. Here is all you need to know about nickel used in the manufacture of stainless steel. Continue reading “All You Need to Know About Nickel and its Applications”
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The housing industry has proceeded at a red-hot pace for several years running. An all-time record was set in 1998, when 886,000 new-site single family homes were sold. That represented a 10% gain from the robust total of 804,000 homes sold in 1997, and an 8.1% rise from the prior record of 819,000 units in 1977. Single-family housing construction accounted for $48 million of the total $125 million generated in the industry.