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Sandvik’s Nuclear Core: Meet the Team – Jerry Dougherty

Meet the core of Sandvik’s nuclear division–our team. In our new Nuclear Core series, we’ll introduce the faces behind this team and hear their insights on the nuclear industry.

Sanicro® 35: A Bridge to New Applications

Sanicro ® 35 is a new super-austenitic stainless steel alloy that bridges the property gaps between stainless steels and costly nickel alloys. But it’s bridging more than just material property gaps; it’s also a bridge to new opportunities.

Reduced carbon footprint thanks to changed use of lime

Thanks to the use of a more energy-efficient lime in our steel mill in Sandviken, Sandvik has achieved an indirect reduction of 5,800 tonnes CO 2 emissions per year.

Competitiveness exists in innovations

At Sandvik, ultra-fine wire - thinner than a human hair - is manufactured. This is used in medical technology components that both save and improve people's lives - and contribute to more efficient healthcare.

Small Modular Reactors: The Next Big Thing in Nuclear

The next big thing in nuclear is actually quite small, comparatively. Since the beginning of nuclear power plants in the 1950s, the size of reactors has steadily grown from 60 MWe to more than 1600 MWe. However, over the last 15-20 years, a new design for a smaller-scale option for nuclear

Showing the world that driving with Hydrogen is a reality

Sandvik was one of the sponsors in Impact Coatings’ participation in the 24-Hour Hydrogen Challenge on September 28-29. The competition took place in conjunction with the f-cell conference in Stuttgart, Germany, and is a race for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV). The aim is to show

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