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The new Grevenmacher Bridge, Luxembourg

Posted on 16.04.2014
After 13 months of construction works, the new steel bridge across the Moselle connecting Grevenmacher in Luxembourg with the German town of Wellen was inaugurated in October 2013. ArcelorMittal Flat Carbon Europe supplied around 750t of custom-made plates for the construction of key bridge arch components.
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Indaten® sound barriers along the A14 highway in Italy

Posted on 10.04.2014
For residents living along the A14 highway in Italy, the Indaten® sound barriers have made a significant difference to their lives. While the barriers have fulfilled the initial brief to reduce noise from the highway, the use of Indaten® has transformed the Autostrada Adriatica from an eyesore to an integral part of a beautiful natural landscape.
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ArcelorMittal wins the Intertraffic Innovation Awards 2014

Posted on 31.03.2014
Intertraffic Amsterdam took place from 25 to 28 March 2014 and showcased the ArcelorMittal steel solutions for the traffic and transport industry, including safety barriers, poles for lighting, acoustic walls and other road equipments.
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ArcelorMittal and Conserval Engineering develop solar air heating technology SolarWall®

Posted on 25.03.2014
ArcelorMittal has partnered with Conserval Engineering, the world leader in solar air heating, to manufacture SolarWall®, a cutting-edge technology that uses solar radiation to heat buildings while reducing a building’s heating costs by up to 50%.
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Indaten®: weathering steel

Posted on 20.03.2014
Indaten® weathering steel is enriched by air and enhanced with age. When exposed to the natural environment, this steel develops a beautiful patina that serves as protective armour and makes way for the steel’s trademark purplish brown colouring. As a maintenance-free material that can last for 80 years, Indaten® weathering steel has been the product of choice for buildings, bridges and sculptures since 1930.
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