BISALLOY® Structural steel – simply a matter of truss

13 Oct 2016

Ancient stories tell of Atlas bearing the weight of the world on his shoulders. Now here is a good “storey” to tell. Or rather, 55 storeys. And, instead of Atlas, it’s just 280 tonnes of Bisalloy quenched and tempered steel.

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Metserv Specifies Bisalloy Steel to Improve Efficiency

28 Sep 2016

When MetServ wanted to improve materials handling efficiency at BlueScope Port Kembla's 21 Area BISALLOY® steel was an obvious choice for the construction of new bins and pallets.

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Bisalloy Takes the Weight - Safety "Face Emplaced"™ Mine Services Bracket

22 Sep 2016

Using BISALLOY® steel, a quenched and tempered steel, has enabled a Wollongong miner to develop a high-strength, high-capacity, lightweight bracket for mine services pipework. Like all miners John Pink has seen many mine services support systems carrying the pipework for gas drainage, compressed air, pump-out lines and fresh water.

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BISALLOY® Steel Wins Popular Vote In Parliament Contract

19 Sep 2016

Construction of Northern Territory Parliament House, with views of Darwin Harbour, presented unusual design and time-frame challenges for the civil and structural engineers, Sleeman, Dunkley, Treacy, Maunsell Pty Ltd. Because of its tropical location, the design called for stringent consideration of climatic extremes, especially the ability to withstand cyclones. The speed of steel erection to allow the completion of the roof before the wet season set in, was another major factor.

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