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Stronger, better, lighter: recycled automotive alloys

A UK-Dutch research partnership is trying to develop ‘high-strength’ aluminium alloys produced from 100% recycled metals. The Brunel Centre for…

Sorting tech zooms in on five ‘alloys of interest’

The extraction of purified higher-value alloy streams from non-ferrous metal waste remains a ‘challenging task’ owing to the diversity of…

Spectro Alloys reveals ‘phase one’ of multi-million investment programme

United States – US aluminium recycler Spectro Alloys Corporation is to plough US$ 5.5 million into its facility at Rosemount…

Hydro and Austin AI in automotive alloy sorting link-up

United States – Norwegian aluminium company Hydro has signed a co-operation agreement with sensor-based sorting equipment specialist Austin AI Inc….

Sensory overload! A new chapter in sorting scrap aluminium alloys

Germany – Japanese recycler Harita Metal Co. has stepped on board a national project that is focusing on the mutual…

Constellium looks to recycling for alloys answer

France – French aluminium product developer Constellium is increasing the percentage of recycled metal in its aircraft parts in an…

BIR Stainless Steel & Special Alloys Mirror June 2012

Global – The following article is based on the latest Stainless Steel & Special Alloys World Mirror produced by the…

BIR Stainless & Alloys: Stainless rides the roller-coaster

Singapore – Most experts are anticipating a record-high global stainless steel production of more than 35 million tonnes this year…

BIR Stainless Steel & Special Alloys Committee: Markets still fragile

Archiv – BIR | Global production of stainless steel is likely to exceed 30m tonnes this year compared to less…

More productive alloy analyser from Thermo

Archiv – United States | X-ray detection specialist Thermo Fisher has launched its Niton XL2 Series hand-held alloy analyser in…

BIR Stainless Steel & Special Alloys: Market remains fragile

Archiv – BIR | The forecast for global stainless steel production in 2009 has been reduced to around 24m tonnes…