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Sanicro® 48 for OCTG

Sanicro ® 48 is an austenitic nickel-base alloy for highly corrosive OCTG downhole applications. The grade is characterized by: Excellent resistance to sulfide stress cracking and stress corrosion cracking (SCC) in chloride and sour (H 2 S/Cl) environments Very high resistance to

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Sanicro® 276

Sanicro ® 276 (UNS N10276) is a nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy suitable for service in a broad range of severe environments and is characterized by:

Sandvik 316LVM

Sandvik 316LVM is a vacuum remelted, molybdenum alloyed, austenitic stainless steel and is used for implant and other medical applications. It is also suitable for the watch industry because of its absolute cleanliness and excellent polishing properties.

A Short History on the Origin and Development of Stainless Steel

Previously, I have written about some of the energy applications Sandvik is involved in, but the overall objective for our work at strategic research is to continue the materials evolution. This, to a large extent, can be achieved by continuing to develop new problem-solving alloys.

What makes the shift to a hydrogen economy more likely today than 15 years ago?

Some months ago, I read in the newspaper that Shell was planning to invest 14 billion USD to build an export terminal for Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) in British Columbia, Canada. The reason that this project caught my eye was due to the comment made by one of the panelists in a discussion forum at

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