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Calpipe Industries, Inc.


Calpipe Industries, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Metals and Alloys)
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If your business uses stainless steel, you're using one of the world's most recycled materials.... (View Full Article)
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Five epidemiological reports of workers employed by various U.S. high nickel alloy producers have been published since 1982. All were undertaken by the Department of Biostatistics, Graduate School of... (View Full Article)
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Sustainable development (SD) is variously defined by governments, international agencies and in the minds of individuals. Although the words and the understanding of the words differ, the acceptance... (View Full Article)
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Results of a recent study by the Laboratory of the Government Chemist, LGC, in the U.K. indicate that nickel pickup by meal-sized portions of real foods cooked in stainless steel utensils at normal... (View Full Article)
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The purpose of this Status Report is to bring together information on Occupational Exposure Limits, OELs, for nickel that would be of interest to occupational health personnel, workers and informed... (View Full Article)
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This Status Report provides information on the physical characteristics and chemical composition of fume generated during arc welding of stainless steels. It reviews the hazard that welding fume may... (View Full Article)
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During the thousands of years of metal coinage, a hierarchy of value developed based on the colours of metals of different scarcity. Even though those metals are today largely absent from coinage,... (View Full Article)
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In the 1980 movie The Blues Brothers, one of the most famous scenes is an over-the-top car chase in which Dan Aykroyd and James Belushi, on the run from hordes of police squad cars, race through the... (View Full Article)
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ALREADY ONE OF the most recycled materials in the world, stainless steel could, theoretically, be made entirely from scrap if there weren't serious limitations on the availability of this material. IF... (View Full Article)