We offer a pin pupation service, pins, screws, rivets, pins, internally threaded bushings using the capacitor method.
The type of radiators available on the market are: steel, cast iron, plate, aluminium, copper-aluminium, decorative or occurring as spatial structures. Important differences are the material from which they are made, the way of heat donating, heating power, construction. Below we present a brief characteristic of individual radiators.
Increasingly, metal stairs are found in the interiors. They are ideal as a modern and elegant finishing element of the exterior and interior arrangements of buildings and interiors. They are also an alternative to traditional wooden stairs.
The most commonly used material for both load-bearing elements and a graduate is stainless steel. It is the best material for stairs due to durability, moisture resistance, including corrosion, prone to formation in a variety of forms and patterns but also resistant to damage, easy to maintain.
The European Commission has decided to introduce EU supervision on imports of certain products made of iron and steel, inter alia, from stainless steel.
In accordance with EC Implementing Regulation No 2016/670 of 28 April 2016 iron and steel products, including stainless steel listed in Annex 1, are subject to Union supervision. This surveillance is intended to cover goods imported from non-EU countries, excluding Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, whose net weight exceeds 2.5 tonnes.
Metallurgical products will be released for free circulation within the EU provided that a surveillance document issued by the relevant authorities of a Member State is submitted. The Regulation is in force from 21 May 2016.
About Polish word standards a few
Due to emerging information in the professional media regarding the updating of the standards of the PN-EN10088-1-3 series and at the request of many of our readers, we also decided to publish once again a list of the above-mentioned standards.
Issf has published data on global stainless steel production for the 6 months of 2015. They show that, after years of increasing global production, it was slowed down. Production reached 21,094 million tonnes, a decrease of 0.7% compared to the 6 months of 2014.