Ferrous & Non Ferrous Metals


A unique combination of properties makes aluminum one of the most versatile engineering and construction materials available. It is light in mass, yet some of its alloys have strengths greater than those of structural steel. It has high resistance to corrosion under most applications. In addition, aluminum has good electrical and thermal conductivities, and high reflectivity to both heat and light.

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Stainless Steel

All of it produced since the early 1930s and applied in architecture and building construction, is still in use- with hardly any demand on maintenance. Several beautiful structures across the world- which could be truly called masterpieces of art- stand testimony today to the strength, durability and formability of stainless steel.

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Iron and Steel

Iron is an incredibly useful substance. Its less brittle than stone yet, compared to wood or copper, extremely strong. If properly heated, iron is also relatively easy to shape into various forms, as well as refine, using simple tools.

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