August 2016

THE USE OF METALS IN AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURE

August 27th 2016

The metals used in the aircraft manufacturing industry include steel, aluminium and titanium with each possessing certain qualities that make them ideal for this use. Aircraft construction demands materials that are both durable and lightweight, as well as being able to withstand severe pressure at high altitudes, and exposure to the elements.

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RECYCLABLE METALS

August 17th 2016

Almost all metals can be recycled and over 400 million tonnes are recycled each year worldwide. Many metals can be melted down without compromise to their strength or durability, meaning they can be used again and again in manufacturing new products. Metal recycling is a £5.6 billion industry in the UK with both ferrous and non-ferrous metals being used to make secondary raw materials for the smelting of new metals

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HEALTHY METALS

August 5th 2016

Whilst some metals can be dangerous to human health, such as lead, there are other metals which are considered beneficial, and in some cases essential, to a healthy lifestyle. We have listed some of the most common examples below in most cases only a very small amount is required.

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