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ALARM BELLS OVER SAFETY OF CHINESE STEEL

 

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03.04.2015 

Amsterdam - Crash Course & Tour along the Waterfront 

Every Friday (3, 10, 17, 24 April and continuing) Crash Course & Tour along the Waterfron  ...read more

25.04.2015 

What is Luxury? 

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Berlin - Radically Modern: Planning and construction in 1960s Berlin 

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04.09.2015 

MAISON & OBJET PARIS 

The key meeting place for professionals in the art of living brings together a 360° offer   ...read more

Unknown levels of boron added to reinforced steel bars exported from China could spell a disaster waiting to happen
 A report in the UK’s Telegraph newspaper claims that ‘Chinese steel being imported into the UK could be putting lives and buildings at risk’. And the UK is importing more and more reinforced bars – or rebar – from China: up from 2 per cent of construction requirements in 2013 to 39 per cent today. The problem has arisen because in order to gain export tax rebates, Chinese steel makers sometimes add unspecified amounts of boron to their product, which then qualifies as an alloy - and is more prone to cracking.  According international engineering institution, The Welding Institute rebar that has in excess of 5 ppm boron requires different welding techniques to be employed. However, the only way to know how much boron rebar contains, every bar needs to be individually tested. A paper produced by trade body, UK Steel explains that a ‘signifi

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