Cleaning Stainless Steel is important. It's a common myth that Stainless Steel does not corrode. Stainless Steel needs to be cleaned to maintain a pristine appearance and preserve corrosion resistance. DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE "CLEANING STAINLESS STEEL INFOGRAPHIC" BY CLICKING HERE If the correct grade has been selected and the appropriate fabrication procedures and treatment are... Continue Reading →
Seamless tube is made from solid round billets of stainless steel. Billets are semi-finished products used to produce stainless steel tubes, bars and rods. The billet is pulled or pushed over a mandrel that extrudes the billet into a hollow tube shape. Following the extrusion process, the hollowed billet is rolled and stretched to the... Continue Reading →
Stainless steel welded tube is produced by rolling a flat strip of stainless steel into a circular cross section, through a series of rollers. Once formed into the desired shape, the material is longitudinally welded down its length via either TIG welding or Laser Welding. After production, the tube’s weld seam – also referred to... Continue Reading →
After raising over £700 in June by completing the Gung-Ho! 5km Inflatable Course, Team UKF Group were eager to raise more than just their heart rate. We caught up with the pair before the race to learn why UKF Group chose Get A-Head as their charity of choice...
On Saturday 16th June 2018, the UKF Group Family & Friends are dusting off their running shoes to participate in the Gung-Ho 5K Inflatable Obstacle Course, in aid of The Get A-Head Charitable Trust.
As Tube Dusseldorf 2018 is only around the corner, it's the perfect time for us to highlight some of the UKF Group's biggest developments from the last 2 years.
We are pleased to announce Erica Ward as the newest addition to our commercial team. Having worked in the Nickel Alloy industry for over 25 years, and for big players such as TW Metals, Erica will be bringing her expertise in liaising with other Sectors within the Stainless Steel industry to our Bromsgrove team.
Count how many eggs are hidden among our products for a chance to win our Easter Egg Count Competition.