A588 Weathering stee
l is also used in construction, construction, bridges or other huge structures, with both corrosion protection, structural support and artistic value. More emphasis on artistic value, such as the construction of weathering steel
in 1964, the John Dee World Headquarters, the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, the Old and New Art Museum in Tasmania, the Barclays Center, the main building of the University of Odens, the New River Gorge Bridge, Newburg – Beacon Bridge, Denmark's utility poles supporting elevated cables, etc. But there are also functionally-focused applications such as sheet pile parts on the UK M25.
In marine transportation, weathering steel is used to make containers. Alloying elements such as chromium and nickel for weathering steel are less expensive than stainless steel, and the price is usually cheaper than stainless steel. At some point, weathering steel is a stainless steel alternative that combines corrosion resistance with economy.
The advantages of A588 weathering steel
, rust steel will change with time. Its color, brightness and saturation are higher than the general structure materials, so it is easier to highlight in the garden green background. A588 weathering steels are easier to shape into a rich variety of shapes and maintain excellent integrity.
A588 weathering steel uses a very thin steel plate to clearly and accurately divide the space, making the side of the site simple and bright. With the change of time, the unique color and texture of the aesthetic-resistant weathering steel can reflect the unique artistic charm, which can trace the historical sense of the venue, record the moment of time and extend the vitality of the venue.