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The first ever Kanthal Award 2015 goes to Arcelor Mittal for their innovative use of Kanthal APMT™ rollers. By excluding water cooling in the process Arcelor Mittal has managed to significantly reduce energy consumption, thereby contributing to a sustainable reduction in energy use. The prize was presented at the Thermprocess Exhibition in Dusseldorf.
Sandvik will be present at this year's Global Refining & Petrochemicals Congress (GRPC) with its interactive booth, to help visitors explore how next generation stainless steels can yield economic and lifecycle benefits, and also overcome operational challenges in the refining and petrochemical industry.
Three new, highly innovative heating products will be launched by Sandvik at the Thermprocess exhibition in Dusseldorf. The first ever Kanthal® Award will also be presented in connection with the exhibition. The award will be given to a nominee who has found a way to use products or services related to thermal processing in a sustainable way that has also improved the quality of life with regard to health and safety.
Sandvik, AP&T and Cell Impact have joined together in a cooperative project and developed a new solution for cost-effective large scale manufacturing of fuel cell plates. The solution will be presented for the first time at European Fuel Cell Forum in Luzern, Switzerland, 30 June – 3 July.
For welding carbon and high tensile steels in a wet environment, many companies are still using cofferdams and habitats. These are costly to build and performing welding operations inside these boxes is an unpopular job. Sandvik is now introducing a new grade for underwater wet welding – a safer and less expensive method.
Houston – May 4, 2015 – Sandvik, a developer and producer of advanced stainless steels, special alloys, titanium and other high-performance materials, will exhibit its technologies at booth 2701 at the Offshore Technology Conference.
On April 27-29 the PM China 2015 Conference & Exhibition in Shanghai will be hosted in Shanghai. China has a well-established Powder Metallurgy industry (worth $700m in 2014) and represents the largest market for Metal Injection Moulding (MIM) powder ($250m). Sandvik Osprey, experienced metal powder manufacturer in the MIM field, has been represented at the conference and at its forerunner event as far back as 2007. This year Sandvik's technical contribution includes a paper on the Comparison of Characteristics and Morphology of Gas atomised powder for Metal Injection Moulding & Additive Layer Manufacturing Processing.
From 12 to 14 March 2015 the first 3D printing conference and exhibition in Asia will take place. The location for the event is Shanghai Convention & Exhibition Center of International Sourcing, and as an experienced developer and manufacturer within the additive manufacturing industry, Sandvik Osprey takes the stand in booth H11.
Sandvik in Chomutov, Czech Republic has been announced as the winner of the prestigious award Best Innovator of the year in the Czech Republic - a recognition of the company's way of working with innovation.
Sandvik Materials Technology has been awarded Sandviken Municipality's 2014 environmental prize for its fuel cell vehicle and hydrogen gas pilot project.
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