September 2016

The difference between Ferrous & Non-Ferrous Metals

September 26th 2016

A non-ferrous metal can be described as any metal, including alloys, that does not contain iron (ferrite). They are more expensive than ferrous metals and have properties that include low weight, resistance to corrosion and a high level of conductivity, making them more desirable. Well known non-ferrous metals include copper, lead, zinc, aluminium, tin, nickel, gold, silver and platinum. Because non-ferrous metals are very malleable they are more suited to for use where weight is an important factor. For example, in aircraft manufacture the materials must be strong but also as light as possible. Non-ferrous metals also have a higher resistance to corrosion than ferrous metals so they are popular for things such as water pipes, roofing and road signs which are exposed to the elements.

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World Powder metallurgy 2016 Congress & Exhibition

September 7th 2016

As an indication of our commitment to the supply of metal powders, William Rowland Ltd are going to exhibit at the forthcoming World Powder Metallurgy 2016 Congress and Exhibition taking place in  Hamburg, Germany from the 9th to the 13th October 2016.

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