China Uses Stainless Steel For Iconic Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge
India also has a vast coastline, ranging over 7000 kilometres, comprising 9 states and 4 union territories. Infrastructure in these areas faces saline moisture attack, which causes serious corrosion, impacting its strength, safety and longevity. India adopted a stainless steel reinforcement bar standard IS 16651 in 2017. However, the users are yet to realize its potential and benefits, and hence, continue to use other traditional materials. Low awareness about this product and perception of high costs deter users from considering stainless steel, even in corrosive coastal and marine environments.
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