You might be familiar with stainless steel because it’s on the face of your dishwasher or refrigerator at home, but stainless steel is used for so much more than just the faces of kitchen appliances. In fact, it’s used for … Read the rest
Steel strapping is essential for a fair amount of industrial shipments, especially if items need to be bound together for safe transport. While there are several different types of strapping, one of the most effective is galvanized steel.
Suppliers choose … Read the rest
Strapping, also known as banding or bundling, is the process of securing a group of items for shipping or storage. Not only does this make for a more organized space, it makes the process of sorting through items much easier … Read the rest
The products gathered from steel mill recycling contribute to many industries across the globe. And thanks to a new partnership between two massive companies, recycled steel is now helping another industry: the aviation industry.
Virgin Atlantic and LanzaTech, a low-carbon … Read the rest
Steel strapping is the process of binding a metal strap to a box, structure, or other item to ensure that the particular object does not move.
Stainless steel is the most common material for a strap, and can be … Read the rest
Back in 1972, the amount of energy needed to produce a ton of stainless steel was 34% higher than it is today. Soon, it looks like it’ll take even less energy than that to create stainless steel equipment and other … Read the rest
Time and again, galvanized steel banding is the top choice for government grade strapping. When it comes to the safety of your building materials for bundling and packaging, steel is the only way to go. Here’s why.
- Strength and Stability
What is Steel and How is it Made?
Steel is essentially purified iron. Iron ore is a natural element mined from the earth, which then gets blasted and melted down at extremely high temperatures to remove any impurities — a … Read the rest
Different jobs require different kinds of strapping tools. Two of the most common choice materials for strapping are stainless steel and plastics. Each has its time and place when it comes to safe and secure packaging — the key is … Read the rest
Galvanized steel strapping is one of the oldest and strongest forms of strapping in the packaging industry. What’s more, it’s also one of the most sustainable. According to the American Iron and Steel Institute, some 88% of all the world’s … Read the rest