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The Third China International Conference on Super Austenitic Stainless Steels and Nickel-Based-Alloys" concludes smoothly in Beijing. The participating members are: Petrochina, CNOOC, Sinopec, Japan Metallurgy, VDM, Hartz Alloy, Otto Kunduz, Sandvik, Arcelor Mittal and so on, and the International Association of Molybdenum, Nickel Association Ustb, Northeastern University, Shanghai Electric Power University, Taiyuan Tech, Kair Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Metal, China Institute of Atomic Energy, Chengdu Advanced Metal Materials Industrial Technology Research Institute, CNPC Oil Pipeline Engineering Institute of Technology, Baosteel, Caresses Steel, etc, more than 200 people including processing trade service providers attended the meeting. Ronsco also attended this grand event.
At this conference, 24 experts from various fields at home and abroad delivered extremely rich and detailed speeches on the hotspots and difficulties in the development and use of super austenitic stainless steel and nickel-based alloys through live speeches, recorded videos, and voices. In the key application areas, the lecturer introduced the use of super austenitic stainless steel and nickel-based alloys in textile printing and dyeing industry printing and dyeing equipment, petrochemical projects, oil and gas field projects, ultra-supercritical power plants, coal-fired power plants wet desulfurization equipment, exhaust gas treatment systems, compensators And other aspects of the application. In terms of material performance, speakers from manufacturing companies introduced the company’s research and development and key product performance and application cases; in terms of new product development, Japan Metallurgical and Sandvik exhibited the newly developed NAS354N, NAS355N and Sanicro® 35 steel grades. The performance introduction and recommended application areas of the product; in terms of manufacturing technology, the International Nickel Association and the International Molybdenum Association have conducted detailed exchanges and introductions on material processing and welding performance.