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As most know, metal can be found in as either an element, a compound or an alloy. In cases of the industrial world, it’s more likely to be a little bit of both. After all, depending on the industry that you work in, metal can be melted down in to a liquid, a liquid can be heated up in extreme temperatures then cooled and molded to a solid and so forth. The best thing about metal is it’s durable and resilient as well as resistant. This means that you can bend it, shape it, and mold it multiple times without it cracking or breaking. Metal is among the most common and popular item used to build and manufacture things because of its adversity.

While some materials aren’t capable of withstanding certain elements, or aren’t strong enough to hold under the pressure of certain weights, metal is capable of the above. Its dynamic is so great that it can either be molded together in to one strong unit able to support weight or be built upon, or it can be stretched and thinned out to the density of a wire. Metal literally is capable of doing so much that it’s not a wonder that it’s found such a natural home in the industrial and manufacturing world. When it comes to manufacturing metal is often made in to large slates in which can be sold to companies and are great in terms of security. If you’re looking to build something that is sturdy, reliable and someone won’t be able to get through then metal is the best solution.

While over the years metal has been replaced by steel for its extra durability and strength, there aren’t many things you’ll find these days that doesn’t have metal in it. Water for example, has natural metals and chemicals in it. Even toys and other things we purchase regularly with little disregard also have metal in them. Due to its abilities to change properties that follow under the three categories we mentioned above, there isn’t much you won’t find that it hasn’t been used for or that it can’t be used for. When it comes to electrical wiring, as metal is a great source of conducting electricity, you’ll find that long, skinny strips of metal are fused together in order to make thicker and stronger wires.

These types of wires such as those in telephone poles, help the flow of electricity because of their capabilities. Likewise, there are other industries that have gone as far as using them as well. Previously, before the materials were changed to fiber glass, cars were mostly composed of a metal like substance because they provided extra safety and protection in the event of a car crash and better protected those in the vehicle from impact. Unfortunately, due to its strength that also means that once you’ve been able to bend something like that, it can be extremely hard to reshape which could spell disaster for someone trapped inside.
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