ArcelorMittal joins forces with BP2 by supplying low carbon-emission steel for the SOLROOF integrated photovoltaic roof.
Alusín Solar and ArcelorMittal are working together to lower the CO2 footprint of Alusín Solar’s products.
SiloMasters, renowned maker of agricultural storage solutions, has introduced Magnelis®, a high protection coated steel, into its grain silo range.
Thanks to its extensive research, lab and outdoor tests undertaken since years, ArcelorMittal has proven that Magnelis® has a much more stable behaviour and a much better resistance against corrosion compared with traditional zinc coatings.
A total of 900 tonnes of one and two-way traffic barriers was installed.
When ArcelorMittal employee Patrick Tavernier decided to build an extension to his new home, his initial design ideas were centred around the traditional brick houses common in Belgium.
Bucon is a major producer of corrugated steel tanks which are widely used in the horticultural and agricultural industries. Now Bucon is exploring a new application for their tanks as low-cost housing for Africa.
Valente's Tekno Evo range of support structures for agriculture is revolutionising the grape growing industry in Italy. The unique poles and support mechanisms all make use of Magnelis®.
The company estimates the change to Magnelis® will reduce manufacturing time by 50 percent.
The green electricity generated will allow Industeel to produce cost-efficient steel while reducing its CO2 footprint.
Based in Turkey, Meko Metal is a leading advocate for Magnelis®, actively promoting the highly advanced coating with its global customer base
For SCHRAG, it means that Magnelis® can be utilised with confidence in the company’s thin-walled cold-formed components, even when they are deployed in highly corrosive atmospheres.
Australian company InQuik has developed a unique method of building bridges which can be implemented quickly using only low-skilled labour. The globally patented technology utilises Magnelis®.
As well as cost-effective forming and quick assembly, Magnelis® offers long-term protection against corrosion to ensure the safety and viability of parking structures.
The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Dubai (UAE) is the world's largest single-site renewable-energy project. The latest section of the Park to come onstream uses structural steels protected with Magnelis®.
ArcelorMittal Méditerranée recently inaugurated a photovoltaic farm on its site of Fos-sur-Mer, realised in partnership with EDF Energies Nouvelles.
Developed by Zimmermann, the Zim Float photovoltaic (PV) system can be deployed on almost any body of freshwater.
Two of Poland’s largest manufacturers of photovoltaic support systems are Energy5 and Corab. Both use Magnelis® to create long-lasting solar farms which will generate clean energy for decades to come.
The company utilises Magnelis® to create its all-steel solutions which are free of plastics.
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