Strong as steel! The strength of stainless steel enables thinner structures and weight reduction. Add corrosion resistance to this picture, and it is easy to understand why stainless is the material of choice.
Outokumpu has improved capabilities to produce stainless steel bar and rebar, products valued in advanced manufacturing and large infrastructure construction for their strength and resistance to corrosion. Customers can request unique, fabricated products that withstand time and temperature.
When every day of downtime is costing you millions of dollars, waiting for emergency pipe replacement can be a nightmare. Outokumpu’s Stainless Pipe Unit in Wildwood, Florida offers a fast track solution.
An old suburban railway bridge between Stockholm’s Old Town and the trendy district of Södermalm is being repaired for safer travel and higher traffic volumes by using stainless steel structures.
In an unprecedented era of urbanization, it’s time for cities to grow up and grow green. Outokumpu stainless is part of the solution.
Congestion caused by the stoplights on Edmonton's Ring Road is history – thanks to the Cameron Heights Bridge, designed to last 100 years.
Jyväskylä Energy Group was searching for the best material for their power station’s 143-meter tall chimney. With Outokumpu’s expertise in testing and technical support for manufacturing the optimal solution was found to withstand the extremely corrosive environment.
Wooden sluice gates at a canal in Gothenburg, Sweden, got a stainless steel upgrade to fight against the area’s flood risk and rising sea levels. The new gates were made from 400 tailored components to preserve the original aesthetics.
A conventional hook and loop fastener can make just about anything stick together – but the automotive industry requires even better performance from these hook and loop fasteners. Outokumpu provided the stainless steel that is taking this iconic fastener to another level.
Extending the Swedish high-speed trains’ lifetime by another two decades required a major overhaul of technical components and interior. The original train frames made of Outokumpu stainless steel, however, continue in use bringing in major savings and environmental benefits.
Traffic can flow more smoothly in Canada's “Gateway to the North” thanks to a new overpass bridge on the 216 Beltway that was designed and built to last a century.
Outokumpu’s new Supra 316plus (1.4420) was tested against widely used and well known austenitic steel 1.4404. Supra 316plus is now qualified for cryogenic temperatures.
On the Western Australian coast, a stainless steel platform lets tourists stroll 10 meters out beyond a cliff's edge to witness an awesome, natural water show. Welcome to the Gap.