Since the industrial revolution, steel has played a major role in the technological progress of mankind. Its properties of resistance (to pressure, high temperatures, atmospheric agents, corrosive agents) and ductility (ability to withstand "plastic" deformation before breaking) make it ideal for myriad applications. What’s more, it’s totally recyclable and can be reused a virtually infinite number of times.

Veneta Mineraria supplies the steel market with sulphur compounds. When combined with particular elements such as manganese, these are used to produce free machining steel that readily forms small chips when machined, meaning it’s easier to work with machine tools.
Sulphur can be added directly to the molten metal or via cored wire, either as the base element sulphur or in the form of pyrite (iron-sulphur).

Iron pyrite