May 2017

Titanium why is it so expensive?

May 25th 2017

Titanium is a lustrous, silvery coloured metal that is known to have particularly high strength and low density. It was first discovered in Cornwall in 1791 and takes it names from Greek mythology, after the Titans.

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Hyperbaric welding what is it?

May 18th 2017

Welding is the process of joining together materials, usually metals, but fusing them together through melting the surface points. Two pieces of metal can then be joined to form a single piece. Welding is used for all sorts of reasons from creating metal structures such as bridges and sculptures, to repairing damaged metal structures such as ships

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How does a metal detector work?

May 11th 2017

Metal detectors are electronic instruments that are used to detect the presence of metal if it is in close proximity. They can be particularly useful for finding metal that may be underground or hidden and are often used for archaeological purposes.

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