Stainless Structurals has been involved in some really interesting projects over the past few years. We love seeing our products in the finished form and in what industries and applications they are being used in.
We have created a blog on our site where we are publishing articles every week on specific case studies, stainless steel properties, new technologies and more. If you are involved in the metals industry, whether it be a distributor, fabricator, equipment manufacturer, engineer, or architect, you will want to check out our Blog.
We have been involved in two recent projects for American beer breweries. One was a job where they needed stainless steel pipe supports. Our 316/L stainless steel beams were the right product for the job. We also recently produced a custom rail out of 304/L and 2205 Duplex stainless for a brewery trolley track. Breweries, like many food and beverage processing plants, require stainless steel for corrosion resistance, durability, strength and more.
Another project in this industry requiring stainless steel was for Cornell University’s dairy processing plant. This on-campus plant produces 120,000 gallons of milk, 20,000 gallons of ice cream, and 4,000 gallons of yogurt per year. It is the centerpiece for food science and research at the university. We produced custom 304/L laser fused beams that are the support for the glass façade.
If you have been to New York City as a tourist you may have taken the subway to the South Ferry Terminal in Lower Manhattan. This terminal is the gateway for tourists visiting Battery Park, Ellis Island, and the Statue of Liberty. We were recently involved in a project using over 30,000 pounds of 2205 Duplex stainless steel material for entrances to the South Ferry Terminal. Duplex was chosen for its higher mechanical properties and better corrosion resistance.
These are just a few examples of articles on our blog. Each week we will post new articles detailing specific projects using our products and other relevant information. These posts can also be found on our social media pages. We hope you enjoy this information as much as we do sharing it with you and we encourage all our customers to make viewing these articles a weekly routine. Enjoy, and don’t forget to contact us today for your next stainless steel project or idea.