Metallurgical experts say metal rolling can eliminate a lot of harmful chemicals

Metal-working experts say a new method of metal-rolling can eliminate dangerous chemicals in metal processing and make it easier for metal-working companies to manufacture metal products.

The Canadian Association of Metal-Processors (CAMP) says the technology has been around for several years and is gaining traction in the metal-processing industry.

“We’re really starting to see a change in the way we manufacture metals in this country.

I mean, metal is a huge material,” said CAMP president and CEO John Lott.

Lott said metal-rolls use an electrochemical process to remove metals from a metal.

The process creates a liquid, which then goes through a catalytic process to separate the metal from the liquid.

“Basically, it creates an electric reaction where electrons in the material are attracted to the metal, and they pull the metal off the material, and it’s essentially an electrolysis reaction,” Lott said.

The process creates an electroactive liquid that can then be used in metal-making processes.

Lett said it can also be used to make stainless steel, titanium, brass, aluminum, bronze, and gold.

The idea is that it’s more efficient than traditional grinding and polishing techniques.

“The process that we’re using is essentially the same process that you’d use to produce the same product on the assembly line.

You just heat up the metal and it’ll turn into the metal that you’re working on,” Lett said.”

But in this process, you can actually remove the metals without the metals having any unwanted or bad effects on the process.”

In a report published last year, researchers from the University of Guelph found the process was more efficient for producing higher quality metal.

The study found that a typical 3.5 kg piece of metal that had been processed in a traditional metal-mill could be produced with a metal-rolled process.

The research was based on a series of experiments involving two milling machines at two facilities in Ontario.

Lentz, the Canadian company’s CEO, said the process can be used for making stainless steel and titanium.

“There are many different types of metals.

It’s not really a ‘just one type,'” he said.

Metal-rolling machines are also being used to produce a variety of products.

Lott says the metal is being processed into plastics and metals such as titanium, aluminum and steel.