Scaling

Scaling occurs when metal is heated to very high temperatures and exposed to oxygen. The metal corrodes and forms unwanted deposits (scaling). For some manufactured products it is important to know the scaling resistance of the metal. This property indicates how much metal can be heated without causing undesirable reactions such as scaling.

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Brinell hardness test

Performing the hardness test by means of a ball pressure test according to the Swedish engineer Johann August Brinell.

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Coil

Plate metal that is rolled-up to coils is easier to transport and requires less space in the warehouse

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Corrosion

Corrosion is a natural process and damages most metals. What types of corrosion are there?

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