Vanadium Plays A Key Role in Energy Transition

Vanadium is the world’s most widely used microalloy for strengthening the steel required to construct bridges and buildings. 
Vanadium containing HSLA steels are also used Automotives, Cranes, Pipelines, Offshore, Shipbuilding, Quarrying and Mining.
A small addition of vanadium in steel, usually less than 0.1% (1 kg per tonne), can significantly contribute to higher strength and better quality.