January 2016

NICKEL ALLOYS

January 29th 2016

An alloy is a mixture of two elements, one of which at least is always a metal. Because alloys often have different properties to the metals they contain they are considered more useful than the pure metal alone. For example, alloys are usually harder than the metals they contain will be on their own.

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METAL AND THE MOVIES

January 15th 2016

Believable human emotion is an integral part of a good film and what makes the cinematic experience so immersive and enjoyable for many of us.

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PYROTECHNICS

January 10th 2016

Most of us will have a basic knowledge of what pyrotechnics are, and are sure to have seen some displays in recent weeks heralding in the New Year. The term itself comes from the Greek words pyro (‘fire’) and tekhnikos (‘made by art’) – literally, fire art. This of course refers largely to fireworks, but can also include items such as safety matches, oxygen candles, explosive bolts and fasteners, gunpowder, ejection charges, flares and sparklers.

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