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Steel: The Backbone of the World Industry

Since the beginning of the industrial age, steel has been an essential raw material. According to the World Steel Association, the global steel industry directly employs more than two million people with an additional two million contactors and four million people in supporting industries.

20 Common Metal Alloys and What They’re Made Of

Metal is a very common material and can be found almost everywhere and in everything. However, have you ever stopped to think about how metals are created? How about what can be created when metals are mixed together? This infographic lays 20 common metal alloys and what they are made of.

The Melting Points of 80 Elements, Substances, and Metal Alloys

Here is a visual that features the melting and freezing points of 80 well known elements, substances, and metal alloys. A melting or freezing point determines when a substance will change from a solid to a liquid state. Some naturally occurring materials can require thousands of degrees worth of heat to reach such a point.

Top 10 Strongest Metals on Earth

Metal is defined by several properties including compressive strength, tensile strength, yield strength, and impact strength. The following infographic provides in-depth information about the properties, uses, and interesting facts about the top 10 strongest metals on earth.

The 5 Strongest Metals and Their Properties

Metals are so strong due to the forces of attraction which hold metal ions together. Metallic bonds are the strongest type of atomic bonds. In this infographic, learn more about the five strongest metals and their properties.

The Benefits of Scrap Metal Recycling

Each year in the United States, over 150 million tons of scrap materials are recycled. This includes 85 million tons of iron and steel, 5.5 million tons of aluminum, 2 million tons of stainless steel, 1.8 million tons of copper, 1.2 million tons of lead and 420,000 tons of zinc.

The Most Recycled Metal In The World

Did you know that steel is the world’s most recycled metal? One of the main reasons for this is that steel is extremely economical to recycle because of its magnetic qualities and because it does not lose any of its inherent strength qualities, no matter how many times it is recycled.

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