Industrial Applications

Steel products produced by Amanat Steels have many applications across a wide range of industries namely, construction, manufacturing, transport, mining, shipbuilding, energy, and packaging. Architects, designers, architects, contractors and suppliers prefer metal. It is very durable, resistant to corrosion, tensile and economical. The following are some uses for steel products in various industries:


In the building industry, steel products have multiple uses. It is used for the design and construction of industrial areas. Steel product has a high weight-to-force ratio that is suitable for use in large structures like homes, warehouses, bridges, factories etc.


Steel products are used for the construction of cars, trains, railways and planes, anchor chains, air traffic jet engine parts and aircraft carriages. Most of these vehicles are made of rigid stainless steel. Because of its elasticity, durability, tensile strength, hardness, ductility, maltability and affordability, engineers and designers prefer steel products.


The mining sector has many steel products applications. In the mining facilities, the majority of components are made of steel. The steel product is used in all factories, offices, structural elements for mining screens, boilers, houses. Thanks to the smooth surface, steel products are easy to clean, making it the perfect option for mining.

Ship Building

The bulk of marine vessels are made of stainless steel. It is used for making super-tankers, warships, vessels, stairways and fabricated steel parts. Steel products can withstand a large amount of external pressure, doesn't rust, and can easily be modeled in any form; this makes steel products extremely useful in the construction of ships.


In the energy sector, there are numerous structural steel applications. The wind, nuclear, electricity and natural gas sector includes capacity. A variety of industrial facilities are built of stainless steel, including transmission towers, pipelines, wind Turbines, electromagnets, transformer pitches, oil and gas wells. In addition, there are many other uses of stainless steel in the energy sector.


The safety of goods from water, air, light exposure and pollutants is considered to be an important element for packaging. In the box, the steel is typically covered with tin to prevent corrosion. The stainless steel is used to produce food, beverage containers, bottle caps and other closures.