HIGH-STRENGTH STAINLESS STEEL - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We have gathered in this section the most popular questions our customers ask about our high-strength products.

If you have any questions about our high strength solutions, check this FAQ - you might find your answer there. If not or you need further elaboration on a topic, feel free to contact our professionals via our contacts page - we are always happy to help!

Sustainability

How are high-strength more sustainable than standard stainless products?

All stainless steel materials are highly sustainable for multiple reasons. First of all, they are 100% and endlessly recyclable. Secondly, they are super long-lasting, making their life-cycle very long, reducing their total carbon footprint significantly. And thirdly, as stainless steel materials are corrosion-resistant, they don't need a protective coating, eliminating the risk of toxic substances soiling the environment and harming living creatures.

In addition to these great features, high-strength stainless steels have one crucial element that adds to their sustainability: significantly lighter weight. From the sustainability point of view the lighter weight means at least the following advantages:

  • Less material = less energy consumed during the production process
  • Less material= less waste during the manufacturing process
  • Less material and less waste= smaller carbon footprint of the finished product.
  • Lighter weight= less energy is needed during assembly (and ultimately dismantled at the end of the lifecycle)
  • Lighter transport load = less fuel consumption

All stainless steel materials are highly sustainable for multiple reasons. First of all, they are 100% and endlessly recyclable. Secondly, they are super long-lasting, making their life-cycle very long, reducing their total carbon footprint significantly. And thirdly, as stainless steel materials are corrosion-resistant, they don't need a protective coating, eliminating the risk of toxic substances soiling the environment and harming living creatures.

In addition to these great features, high-strength stainless steels have one crucial element that adds to their sustainability: significantly lighter weight. From the sustainability point of view the lighter weight means at least the following advantages:

  • Less material = less energy consumed during the production process
  • Less material= less waste during the manufacturing process
  • Less material and less waste= smaller carbon footprint of the finished product.
  • Lighter weight= less energy is needed during assembly (and ultimately dismantled at the end of the lifecycle)
  • Lighter transport load = less fuel consumption

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