thyssenkrupp Steel commissions new slitting line

thyssenkrupp Steel commissions new slitting line

4th March, 2024

thyssenkrupp Steel has commissioned a new slitting line in Motta Visconti, Italy.

ArcelorMittal France reaches final stages on new ladle furnace project

ArcelorMittal France reaches final stages on new ladle furnace project

1st March, 2024

ArcelorMittal France has announced that a new ladle furnace project at its Fos-sur-Mer plant has entered the final stages of construction.

Nucor to build new rebar micro mill

Nucor to build new rebar micro mill

29th February, 2024

US steelmaker Nucor has announced plans to invest $860 million to construct a 650kt/yr rebar micro mill in the Pacific Northwest.

Latest issue: February digital: hydrogen special

February digital: hydrogen special

In 1671, the Irish scientist Robert Boyle discovered and described the reaction between iron filings and dilute acids, which results in the production of hydrogen gas; ‘’So inflammable it was, that upon the approach of a lighted candle to it, it would readily enough take fire, and burn with a blewish flame with little light, yet with more strength than one would easily suspect.’’ Hydrogen, part of a planetary makeup that sustains stars and planets, is instilled in public imagination in its many forms; a complex sustainability saviour for heavy industries, galactic swirlings captured in the sky, flames licking the Hindenburg as it collapsed over New Jersey in 1937. The mythos that surrounds hydrogen is much what Boyle appeared to predict; a chemical with the capacity to overspill, and…