ArcelorMitta highlighted its latest products and innovative developments for the energy sector at Hannover Messe 2015 from 13 to 17 April 2015. ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products and ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products were present at the national pavilion of Luxembourg, showcasing a complete range of products and solutions relating to each step of the energy lifecycle, from production to transformation and transport.
Coatings for solar steel structures
ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products presented its specific offer for solar energy generation systems with metallic coated steels, such as the Magnelis® coating which guarantees 25-year durability for solar steel structures and offers self-healing on cut edges against corrosion.
As the leading supplier of steel solutions for the global wind energy industry, ArcelorMittal also presented its full product range at the fair. This includes heavy plates used to construct both the tower and the jackets that anchor offshore turbines on the sea floor as well as electrical steels for the medium and high-power generators sitting at the top of the wind tower. These steels possess all of the required magnetic properties to maximise the amount of energy each turbine can produce.
At Hannover Messe, ArcelorMittal also showcased its extensive product portfolio of steels and solutions for upstream, midstream and downstream oil and gas. The group is providing steels for the global oil and gas pipeline industry for more than 30 years – a success which is largely due to the ability to consistently produce quality steels with the required properties, time and time again.
The group’s success in the highly demanding energy sector is underpinned by a close customer contact, an experienced engineering support and R&D services to develop innovative products, steel processing solutions and projects.
About Hannover Messe
Hannover Messe is the world's biggest industrial fair. Around 6,000 exhibitors present key topics such as industrial automation, energy technology, power transmission and control, mobility, subcontracting, future technologies and talent.
The opportunity to develop new sales leads in other sectors, unique access to new products and technologies as well as a huge international presence attract exhibitors and visitors from all over the world. 220,000 visitors from more than 100 different nations have attended the trade fair in 2015, among them a high percentage of industry professionals, top buyers and decision-makers.