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  • 2205 Super Duplex Stainless Steel

    2205 is a duplex (austenitic-ferritic) stainless steel containing about 40 – 50% ferrite in the annealed condition. 2205 has been a practical solution to chloride stress corrosion cracking problems experienced with 304/304L or 316/316L stainless. The high chromium, molybdenum and nitrogen contents provide corrosion resistance superior to 316/316L and 317L stainless in most environments. 2205 is not suggested for operating temperatures above 600°F.

    Application

    Chemical Process Vessels, Piping, Heat Exchangers, FGD Scrubber Systems, Pulp Mill Digesters, Bleach Washers, Chip Presteaming Vessels, Food Process Equipment, Oil Field Piping.

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASTM A473, ASTM A182, ASTM A240, ASTM A479

    EN / DIN

    EN 10088-3, 1.4410

    Others

    NACE MR 01-75, NORSOK M630 D57.

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  • 2507 Super Duplex Stainless Steel

    Super Duplex 2507 has excellent corrosion resistance to a wide variety of media, with outstanding resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion in seawater and other chloride containing environments, with Critical Pitting Temperature exceeding 50°C. Super Duplex 2507 exhibits a low coefficient of thermal expansion and higher heat conductivity than austenitic steels and is suitable for working temperatures up to 300°C.

    Application

    Nitric Acid Processes, Polypropylene Production, PVC Production, Dioxide, Caustic Evaporators, Equipment, Handling Organic and Fatty Acids, Propellers and Shafts, Rudders, Shaft Seals, Pumps, Bolts and Fasteners, Valves, Instrumentation, Oil and Chemical Tankers, Pumps, Valves, Pipe, Vessels, Wellhead Equipment, Subsea Equipment, Fans, Wet Scrubbers, Incinerators: Black Liquor Heater Tubes, Digester Blow Valves, Rotary Feed Valves, I.D.Fans, Brownstock Washers, Precipitators, Bleaching Components, Sugar Cane Centrifuges, Corn and Vegetable processing plant, Fertiliser Production (Wet phosphoric acid), Civil Engineering: Sewage Treatment.

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASTM A473, ASTM A182, ASTM A240, ASTM A479

    EN / DIN

    EN 10088-3, 1.4410

    Others

    NACE MR 01-75, NORSOK M630 D57.

    Chemical Composition

    C

     Si

     Mn

     P

     S

     Cr

     Mo

     Ni

     Cu

     N

     PRE

    Min

    0.10

     0.10

     0.50

     

     

     24.50

     3.00

     6.00

     

     0.24

     41

    Max

    0.03

     0.80

     0.50

     0.35

     0.20

     26.00

     5.00

     8.00

     0.50

     0.32

     

    0.2% Proof Stress

    550 N/mm2

    Tensile Strength

    800 N/mm2

    Elongation

    25%

    Reduction of area

    45%

    Hardness

    <270

    Impact Strength

    80J Room temp

    Notes

    Testing shall be carried out in accordance with ASTM A370 or EN ISO 6892-1 (tensile), EN ISO 6506-1 (hardness)
    Minimum properties quoted (tested at room temperature in a longitudinal direction)
    Testing performed on each melt of material per heat treatment batch
    Hardness shall be in accordance with NACE MR 1075 with a maximum HRC of 25
    ASTM G48A corrosion test (at 50°C) No pitting and < 3.0g/m2 weight loss (ASTM specification < 4.0g/m2) Ferrite content 35-55% Microstructure certified free from grain boundary carbides, sigma, chi and laves phases

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  • Zeron® 100 ​Super Duplex Stainless Steel

    Super Duplex Zeron® 100 has excellent corrosion resistance to a wide variety of media, with outstanding resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion in seawater and other chloride containing environments, with Critical Pitting Temperature exceeding 50°C. Providing higher strength than both austenitic and 22% Cr Duplex Stainless Steels, Zeron 100 is suited to a variety of applications in industries such as Chemical Processing, Oil & Gas, and Marine environments.

    Application

    Nitric Acid Processes, Polypropylene Production, PVC Production, Dioxide, Caustic Evaporators, Equipment, Handling Organic and Fatty Acids, Propellers and Shafts, Rudders, Shaft Seals, Pumps, Bolts and Fasteners, Valves, Instrumentation, Oil and Chemical Tankers, Pumps, Valves, Pipe, Vessels, Wellhead Equipment, Subsea Equipment, Fans, Wet Scrubbers, Incinerators: Black Liquor Heater Tubes, Digester Blow Valves, Rotary Feed Valves, I.D.Fans, Brownstock Washers, Precipitators, Bleaching Components, Sugar Cane Centrifuges, Corn and Vegetable processing plant, Fertiliser Production (Wet phosphoric acid), Civil Engineering: Sewage Treatment.

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASTM A 182 (Grade F55), A 240, A 276, A 314, A 473, A 479, A 789, A 790, A 815, A 890, A 928, A 988, A 995

    EN / DIN

    10028-7, 10088-2, 10088-3, 10272, 10216-5, 10217-7, 1.4501

    Others

    NACE MR 0175

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  • Ferralium® F255 ​Super Duplex Stainless Steel

    FERRALIUM® 255 is a super duplex alloy with a high strength to weight ratio with superior abrasion and cavitation resistance. Resistance to chloride SCC, as well as crevice corrosion and pitting. Good ductility with a high fatigue strength in marine applications. Twice the yield strength of Alloy 20, and stronger than Duplex 2205. An excellent 40°C critical pitting temperature (ASTM G48-Method A), twice that of Alloy 2205.

    Application

    Nitric Acid Processes, Polypropylene Production, PVC Production, Dioxide, Caustic Evaporators, Equipment, Handling Organic and Fatty Acids, Propellers and Shafts, Rudders, Shaft Seals, Pumps, Bolts and Fasteners, Valves, Instrumentation, Oil and Chemical Tankers, Pumps, Valves, Pipe, Vessels, Wellhead Equipment, Subsea Equipment, Fans, Wet Scrubbers, Incinerators: Black Liquor Heater Tubes, Digester Blow Valves, Rotary Feed Valves, I.D.Fans, Brownstock Washers, Precipitators, Bleaching Components, Sugar Cane Centrifuges, Corn and Vegetable processing plant, Fertiliser Production (Wet phosphoric acid), Civil Engineering: Sewage Treatment.

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASTM A182, ASTM A240

    EN / DIN

    EN 10088-1 1.4507

    Others

    NORSOK MDS D51 to D55 and D57, UNS 532550,

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  • HASTELLOY® B-3® alloy

    HASTELLOY® B-3® alloy (UNS N10675) exhibits extremely high resistance to pure hydrochloric, hydrobromic, and sulfuric acids. Furthermore, it has greatly improved structural stability compared with previous B-type alloys, leading to fewer concerns during welding, fabrication, and service. Like other nickel alloys (in the mill annealed condition), it is ductile, can be formed and welded, and resists stress corrosion cracking in chloride-bearing solutions. Also, it is able to withstand fluoride-bearing media and concentrated sulfuric acid, both of which result in damage to zirconium alloys.

    Application

    HASTELLOY® B-3® alloy is used in numerous chemical process industry (CPI) applications, especially in the construction of reaction vessels for pure, reducing acid service.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    SB 333/B 333, P=44

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    SB 335/B 335, B472, P= 44

    Coated Electrodes

    SFA 5.11/A 5.11 (ENiMo-10), DIN 2.4696 (EL-NiMo28Cr), F= 44

    Welding Rods & Wire

    SFA 5.14/ A 5.14 (ERNiMo-10), DIN 2.4695 (SG-NiMo30Cr), F= 44

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    SB 622/B 622, P= 44

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    SB 619/B 619, SB 626/B 626, P= 44

    Fittings

    SB 366/B 366, SB 462/B 462, P= 44

    Forgings

    SB 564/B 564, SB 462/B 462, P= 44

    EN / DIN

    17744, 2.4600 NiMo29Cr

    Others

    Werkstoffblatt 517, Kennblatt 7615, Kennblatt 7616, Kennblatt 7617

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  • HASTELLOY® C-276® alloy

    HASTELLOY® C-276 alloy (UNS N10276) was the first wrought, nickel-chromium- molybdenum material to alleviate concerns over welding (by virtue of extremely low carbon and silicon contents). As such, it was widely accepted in the chemical process and associated industries, and now has a 50-year-old track record of proven performance in a vast number of corrosive chemicals. Like other nickel alloys, it is ductile, easy to form and weld, and possesses exceptional resistance to stress corrosion cracking in chloride-bearing solutions (a form of degradation to which the austenitic stainless steels are prone). With its high chromium and molybdenum contents, it is able to withstand both oxidizing and non-oxidizing acids, and exhibits outstanding resistance to pitting and crevice attack in the presence of chlorides and other halides. Furthermore, it is very resistant to sulfide stress cracking and stress corrosion cracking in sour, oilfield environments..

    Application

    HASTELLOY® C-276 alloy typical chemical process industry (CPI) applications include reactors, heat exchangers, and columns.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    SB 575/B 575, P= 43

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    SB 574/B 574, B 472, P= 43

    Coated Electrodes

    SFA 5.11/ A 5.11 (ENiCrMo-4), DIN 2.4887, (EL-NiMo15Cr15W), F= 43

    Welding Rods & Wire

    SFA 5.14/ A 5.14 (ERNiCrMo-4), DIN 2.4886, (SG-NiMo16Cr16W), F= 43

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    SB 622/B 622, B 983, P= 43

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    SB 619/B 619, SB 626/B 626, P= 43

    Fittings

    SB 366/B 366, SB 462/B 462, P= 43

    Forgings

    SB 564/B 564, SB 462/B 462, P= 43

    EN / DIN

    17744, 2.4819, NiMo16Cr15W

    Others

    NACE MR0175, ISO 15156, Werkstoffblatt 400, Kennblatt 320, Kennblatt 319

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  • HASTELLOY® C-22® alloy

    HASTELLOY® C-22® alloy (UNS N06022) is one of the well-known and well-proven nickel-chromium-molybdenum materials, the chief attributes of which are resistance to both oxidizing and non-oxidizing chemicals, and protection from pitting, crevice attack, and stress corrosion cracking. Its high chromium content provides much higher resistance to oxidizing media than the family standard, C-276 alloy, and imparts exceptional resistance to chloride-induced pitting, an insidious and unpredictable form of attack, to which the stainless steels are prone.Like other nickel alloys, HASTELLOY® C-22® alloy is very ductile, exhibits excellent weldability, and is easily fabricated into industrial components.

    Application

    HASTELLOY® C-22® alloy typical chemical process industry (CPI) applications include reactors, heat exchangers, and columns.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    SB 575/B 575, P= 43

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    SB 574/B 574, B 472, P= 43

    Coated Electrodes

    SFA 5.11/ A 5.11 (ENiCrMo-10), DIN 2.4638, (EL-NiCr21Mo14W), F= 43

    Welding Rods & Wire

    SFA 5.14/ A 5.14, (ERNiCrMo-10), DIN 2.4635, (SG-NiCr21Mo14W), F= 43

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    SB 622/B 622, P= 43

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    SB 619/B 619, SB 626/B 626, P= 43

    Fittings

    SB 366/B 366, SB 462/B 462, P=43

    Forgings

    SB 564/B 564, SB 462/B 462, P= 43

    EN / DIN

    17744, 2.4602, NiCr21Mo14W

    Others

    NACE MR0175, ISO 15156, ASME Code Case No. 2226-2, Case No. N-621-1, Werkstoffblatt 479, Kennblatt 4635, Kennblatt 4636, Kennblatt 4534

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  • HASTELLOY® C-22HS® alloy

    HASTELLOY® C-22HS® alloy is the premier nickel-chromium-molybdenum, corrosion-resistant material for oil and gas industry use. Cold working of the alloy at levels between 30 and 65% result in high room temperature yield strengths. It exhibits exceptional resistance to sour gas environments and is NACE/ISO approved.

    Application

    HASTELLOY® C-22HS® alloy is used for applications in the oil & gas industry, or other industries which may require an alloy with excellent corrosion resistance and strength levels higher than “standard” HASTELLOY® C-22® alloy.

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    B 637

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    B 983

    Forgings

    B 637

    Others

    NACE MR0175

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  • HASTELLOY® G-30® alloy

    HASTELLOY® G-30® alloy (UNS # N06030) is a nickel-chromium-iron material highly resistant to “wet process” phosphoric acid (P2O5). P2O5 is one of the most important industrial chemicals, being the primary source of phosphorus for agrichemical fertilizers. G-30® alloy is also moderately resistant to chloride-induced localized attack, which can be a problem beneath deposits in the evaporators used to concentrate P2O5. Furthermore, G-30® alloy is less susceptible to chloride-induced stress corrosion cracking than the stainless steels. As a result of its high chromium content, G-30® alloy is also very resistant to other oxidizing acids, such as nitric, and mixtures containing nitric acid. It possesses moderate resistance to reducing acids, such as hydrochloric and sulfuric, as a result of its appreciable molybdenum and copper contents.

    Application

    HASTELLOY® G-30® alloy applications include P2O5 evaporator tubes and nitric acid-based, metal pickling hardware.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    SB 582/B 582, P= 45

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    SB 581/B 581, B 472, P= 45

    Coated Electrodes

    SFA 5.11/ A 5.11 (ENiCrMo-11), F= 45

    Welding Rods & Wire

    SFA 5.14/ A 5.14 (ERNiCrMo-11), F= 45

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    SB 622/B 622, P= 45

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    SB 619/B 619, SB 626/B 626, P= 45

    Fittings

    SB 366/B 366, SB 462/B 462, P= 45

    Forgings

    SB 462/B 462, P= 45

    EN / DIN

    2.4603 NiCr30FeMo

    Others

    NACE MR0175, ISO 15156

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  • HASTELLOY® G-35® alloy

    HASTELLOY® G-35® alloy (UNS N06035) was designed to resist “wet process” phosphoric acid (P2O5), which is used in the production of fertilizers. Tests in real-world solutions indicate that G-35 alloy is far superior to other metallic materials in this acid. It was also designed to resist localized attack in the presence of chlorides, since this can be a problem beneath deposits in evaporators used to concentrate “wet process” phosphoric acid. Furthermore, G-35 alloy is much less susceptible to chloride-induced stress corrosion cracking than the stainless steels and nickel-chromium-iron alloys traditionally used in “wet process” phosphoric acid. As a result of its very high chromium content, G-35® alloy is extremely resistant to other oxidizing acids, such as nitric, and mixtures containing nitric acid. It possesses moderate resistance to reducing acids, as a result of its appreciable molybdenum content, and, unlike other nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloys, it is very resistant to “caustic de-alloying” in hot sodium hydroxide.

    Application

    HASTELLOY® G-35® alloy applications include P2O5 evaporator tubes.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    SB 575/B 575, P= 43

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    SB 574/B 574, B 472, P= 43

    Coated Electrodes

    SFA 5.11/ A 5.11 (ENiCrMo-22), F= 43

    Welding Rods & Wire

    SFA 5.14/ A 5.14 (ERNiCrMo-22), F= 43

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    SB 622/B 622, P= 43

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    SB 619/B 619, SB 626/B 626, P= 43

    Fittings

    SB 366/B 366, SB 462/B 462, P= 43

    Forgings

    SB 564/B 564, SB 462/B 462, P = 43

    EN / DIN

    2.4643, NiCr33Mo8

    Others

    NACE MR0175, ISO 15156, ASME Code Case No. 2484

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  • HASTELLOY® HYBRID-BC1® Alloy

    HASTELLOY® HYBRID-BC1® (UNS N10362) alloy possesses much higher resistance to hydrochloric and sulfuric acids than the nickel-chromium-molybdenum (C-type) alloys, and can tolerate the presence of oxidizing species. The alloy also exhibits extremely high resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion.

    Application

    HASTELLOY® HYBRID-BC1® alloy applications include chemical processing, pharmaceutical, agricultural, food, petrochemical, and power industries: Reaction vessels, Heat exchangers, Valves, Pumps, Piping, Storage tanks.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    B575, P= 43

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    B574, B472, P= 43

    Welding Rods & Wire

    ASME Code Case No. 2653

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    B622, P= 43

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    B619, B626, P= 43

    Fittings

    B 366

    Forgings

    B462, B564, P= 43

    EN / DIN

    2.4708, NiMo22Cr15

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  • ULTIMET® alloy

    ULTIMET® alloy (UNS R31233) provides a unique blend of properties. From a wear standpoint, it behaves like the STELLITE® alloys with lower carbon contents. From a corrosion standpoint, it possesses many of the attributes of the C-type and G-type HASTELLOY® materials, in particular outstanding resistance to chloride-induced pitting and crevice corrosion. Its mechanical and welding characteristics are much closer to those of the HASTELLOY® alloys than those of the STELLITE® alloys, whose low ductilities can be problematic.

    Application

    While ULTIMET® alloy has been used successfully in the form of wrought products, its largest applications have involved weld overlays, made with solid wire consumables and arc-welding processes such as GMAW (MIG) and GTAW (TIG).

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    SB818/B818

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    B815

    EN / DIN

    2.4681, CoCr26Ni9Mo5W

    Others

    NACE MR0175/MR0103, ISO 15156

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  • HAYNES®25 alloy

    HAYNES® 25 alloy (UNS R30605) is a cobalt-nickel- chromium-tungsten alloy that combines excellent high-temperature strength with good resistance to oxidizing environments up to 1800°F (980°C) for prolonged exposures, and excellent resistance to sulfidation. It can be fabricated and formed by conventional techniques, and has been used for cast components. Other attractive features include excellent resistance to metal galling.

    Application

    HAYNES® 25 alloy combines properties which make it suitable for a number of component applications in the aerospace industry, including parts in established military and commercial gas turbine engines. In modern engines, it has largely been replaced by newer materials such as HAYNES® 188 alloy, and, most recently, 230® alloy, which possess improved properties. Another area of significant usage for 25 alloy is as a bearing material, for both balls and races.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5537

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5759, MIL-C-24252D

    Coated Electrodes

    AMS 5797

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AMS 5796

    Forgings

    AMS 5759

    Others

    MIL-R-5031B Class 13, R30605

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  • HAYNES®C-4 alloy

    HASTELLOY® C-4 alloy (UNS N06455) is the most (micro-structurally) stable of the widely used nickel-chromium-molybdenum materials, which are well known for their resistance to many aggressive chemicals, in particular hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, and chlorides. This stability means that the alloy can be welded without fear of sensitization, i.e. the nucleation and growth of deleterious, second phase precipitates in the grain boundaries of the weld heat-affected zone (HAZ). Like other nickel alloys, it is ductile, easy to form and weld, and possesses exceptional resistance to stress corrosion cracking in chloride-bearing solutions (a form of degradation to which the austenitic stainless steels are prone). With its high chromium and molybdenum contents, it is able to withstand both oxidizing and non-oxidizing acids, and is resistant to pitting and crevice attack in the presence of chlorides and other halides.

    Application

    HASTELLOY® C-4 alloy typical chemical process industry (CPI) applications include reactors and heat exchangers.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    SB 575/B 575

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    SB 574/B 574

    Coated Electrodes

    SFA 5.11/A 5.11, (ENiCrMo-7), DIN 2.4612, (EL-NiMo15Cr15Ti)

    Welding Rods & Wire

    SFA 5.14/ A 5.14, (ERNiCrMo-7), DIN 2.4611, (SG-NiMo16Cr16Ti)

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    SB 622/B 622

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    SB 619/B 619, SB 626/B 626

    Fittings

    SB 366/B 366

    EN / DIN

    17744, 2.4610, NiMo16Cr16Ti

    Others

    NACE MR0175, ISO 15156

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  • HAYNES®75 alloy

    HAYNES® 75 alloy (UNS N06075) is a solution-strengthened nickel-chromium alloy with moderate strength to 1200 °F (650 °C).

    Application

    HAYNES® 75 alloy is principally used in low stress elevated temperature application requiring reasonable oxidation resistance, and is approximately equivalent to alloy 600 in performance. Alloy 75 is used in a number of fabricated part applications in the gas turbine and aerospace industries in Europe, and is also employed in general industrial heating uses. The alloy is readily formed and fabricated using conventional techniques.

    Others

    N06075

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  • HAYNES®188 alloy

    HAYNES® 188 alloy (UNS R30188) is a cobalt-nickel-chromium-tungsten alloy that combines excellent high-temperature strength with very good resistance to oxidizing environments up to 2000°F (1095°C) for prolonged exposures, and excellent resistance to sulfate deposit hot corrosion. It is readily fabricated and formed by conventional techniques, and has been used for cast component. Other attractive features include excellent resistance to molten chloride salts, and good resistance to gaseous sulfidation.

    Application

    HAYNES® 188 alloy combines properties which make is suitable for a variety of fabricated component applications in the aerospace industry. It is widely used in established military and commercial gas turbine engines for combustion cans, transitions ducts, and afterburner components. It shares applications in newer engine programs with a more recently developed material, 230® alloy, which possesses improved properties.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5608

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5772

    Forgings

    AMS 5772

    Others

    R30188

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  • HAYNES®214 alloy

    HAYNES® 214® alloy (UNS N07214) is a nickel – chromium-aluminum-iron alloy, designed to provide the optimum in high-temperature oxidation resistance for a wrought austenitic material, while at the same time allowing for conventional forming and joining. Intended principally for use at temperatures of 1750°F (955°C) and above, 214® alloy exhibits resistance to oxidation that far exceeds virtually all conventional heat-resistant wrought alloys at these temperatures. This is attributable to the formation of a tightly adherent Al2O3-type protective oxide scale, which forms in preference to chromium oxide scales at these high temperatures. At temperatures below 1750°F (955°C), 214® alloy develops an oxide scale which is a mixture of chromium and aluminum oxides. This mixed scale is somewhat less protective, but still affords 214® alloy oxidation resistance equal to the best nickel-base alloys. The higher temperature Al2O3 – type scale which 214® alloy forms also provides the alloy with excellent resistance to carburization, nitriding and corrosion in chlorine-bearing oxidizing environments.

    Application

    HAYNES® 214® alloy combines properties which make it very suitable for service in relatively low-stress, high temperature oxidizing environments, where the utmost in resistance to oxidation or scale exfoliation is needed. Its resistance to such environments persists to temperatures as high as 2400°F (1315°C), although strength limitations may apply. Applications can include “Clean Firing” uses such as mesh belts, trays and fixtures for firing of pottery and fine china, and the heat treatment of electronic devices and technical grade ceramics. In the gas turbine industry, 214® alloy is used for foil construction honeycomb seals, combustor splash plates, and other static oxidation - limited parts. The automotive industry has applications for 214® alloy in catalytic converter internals, and it is used as a burner cup material in auxiliary heaters for military vehicles. In the industrial heating market, 214® alloy is used for highly specialized applications such as refractory anchors, furnace flame hoods, and rotary calciners for processing chloride compounds. It is also used for parts in high temperature chlorine-contaminated environments, such as hospital waste incinerator internals.

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  • HAYNES®230 alloy

    HAYNES® 230® (UNS N06230) alloy is a nickel-chromium-tungsten-molybdenum alloy that combines excellent high-temperature strength, outstanding resistance to oxidizing environments up to 2100°F (1149°C) for prolonged exposures, premier resistance to nitriding environments, and excellent long-term thermal stability. It is readily fabricated and formed, and is castable. Other attractive features include lower thermal expansion characteristics than most high-temperature alloys, and a pronounced resistance to grain coarsening with prolonged exposure to high temperatures.

    Application

    HAYNES® 230® alloy combines properties which make it ideally suited for a wide variety of component applications in the aerospace and power industries. It is used for combustion cans, transition ducts, flame holders, thermocouple sheaths, and other important gas turbine components. In the chemical process industry, 230® alloy is used for catalyst grid supports in ammonia burners, high-strength thermocouple protection tubes, high-temperature heat exchangers, ducts, high-temperature bellows, and various other key process internals.In the industrial heating industry, applications for 230® alloy include furnace retorts, chains and fixtures, burner flame shrouds, recuperator internals, dampers, nitriding furnace internals, heat-treating baskets, grates, trays, sparger tubes, thermocouple protection tubes, cyclone internals, and many more.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5878, SB 435/B 435

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5891, SB 572/B 572, B 472

    Coated Electrodes

    SFA 5.11 (ENiCrWMo-1), A 5.11 (ENiCrWMo-1)

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AMS 5839, SFA 5.14 (ERNiCrWMo-1), A 5.14 (ERNiCrWMo-1)

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    SB 622/B 622

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    SB 619/B 619, SB 626/B 626

    Fittings

    SB 366/B 366

    Forgings

    AMS 5891, SB 564/B 564

    EN / DIN

    17744, 2.4733, NiCr22W14Mo

    Others

    N06230

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  • HAYNES®233 alloy

    HAYNES® 233™ alloy is a new Ni-Co-Cr-Mo-Al alloy that offers excellent oxidation resistance at temperatures up to 2100°F (1149°C)
    or higher coupled with superior creep strength – a combination of properties never before achieved in a readily fabricable alloy. The alloy obtains its exceptional oxidation resistance through the formation of a protective alumina layer, while the high creep strength is a result of solid-solution and carbide strengthening. Additionally, for use in intermediate temperature applications the alloy can be age-hardened by heat treatment to produce even greater strength. Finally, the alloy can be readily fabricated using conventional methods since it exhibits good hot workability, cold formability, and weldability.

    Application

    HAYNES® 233 alloy applications include hot gas components in aerospace and industrial gas turbines, industrial heating fixtures and sensors, and various structural components in the emerging technology market.

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  • HAYNES®242 alloy

    HAYNES® 242® alloy (UNS N10242) is an age-hardenable nickel-molybdenum chromium alloy which derives its strength from a long-range ordering reaction upon aging. It has tensile and creep strength properties up to 1300°F (705°C) which are as much as double those for solid solution strengthened alloys, but with high ductility in the aged condition. The thermal expansion characteristics of 242® alloy are much lower than those for most other alloys, and it has very good oxidation resistance up to 1500°F (815°C). Other attractive features include excellent low cycle fatigue properties, very good thermal stability, and resistance to high-temperature fluorine and fluoride environments.

    Application

    HAYNES® 242® alloy is ideally suited for a variety of component applications in the aerospace industry. It will be used for seal rings, containment rings, duct segments, casings, fasteners, rocket nozzles, pumps, and many others. In the chemical process industry, 242® alloy will find use in high-temperature hydrofluoric acid vapor-containing processes as a consequence of its excellent resistance to that environment. The alloy also displays excellent resistance to high-temperature fluoride salt mixtures. The high strength and fluorine environment-resistance of 242® alloy has also been shown to provide for excellent service in fluoroelastomer process equipment, such as extrusion screws.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    SB 434/B 434

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    SB 573/B 573, B 472

    Welding Rods & Wire

    SFA 5.14 (ERNiMo-12), A 5.14 (ERNiMo-12)

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    SB 622/B 622

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    SB 619/B 619, SB 626/B 626

    Fittings

    SB 366/B 366

    Forgings

    SB 564/B 564

    Others

    N10242

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  • HAYNES®244 alloy

    HAYNES® 244® Alloy offers a higher maximum use temperature than other low thermal expansion alloys currently available, including a 100-200°F (55-110°C) improvement over HAYNES® 242® alloy. The alloy is age-hardenable by formation of Ni2 (Cr,Mo,W) domains, which are structurally similar to the strengthening domains in 242® alloy. Judicious alloying with tungsten increased the thermal stability of these domains and lowered the coefficient of thermal expansion. Other important properties such as oxidation resistance and low-cycle fatigue performance are comparable or better than those of 242® alloy.

    Application

    HAYNES® 244® Alloy is age-hardenable by formation of Ni2 (Cr,Mo,W) domains, which are structurally similar to the strengthening domains in 242® alloy. Judicious alloying with tungsten increased the thermal stability of these domains and lowered the coefficient of thermal expansion. Other important properties such as oxidation resistance and low-cycle fatigue performance are comparable or better than those of 242® alloy.

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  • HAYNES®263 alloy

    HAYNES® 263 alloy (UNS N07263) is an age-hardenable nickel-cobalt-chromium-molybdenum alloy designed specifically to combine good age-hardened strength properties with excellent fabrication characteristics in the annealed condition. HAYNES® 263 alloy exhibits excellent intermediate temperature tensile ductility, and is not normally subject to strain age cracking problems common for gamma prime strengthened alloys. Its strength at elevated temperature is not quite as high as materials such as HAYNES® 282® alloy, Waspaloy alloy, or R-41 alloy. However, it is much easier to form or weld than Waspaloy alloy and R-41 alloy. Because HAYNES® 282® alloy exhibits superior tensile, creep-rupture, and low cycle fatigue strength than HAYNES® 263 alloy and has significantly greater fabricability than Waspaloy and R-41 alloys, it is replacing HAYNES® 263 alloy in many applications. HAYNES® 263 alloy is normally used for applications up to about 1650°F (900°C). Its oxidation resistance is comparable to that for other gamma-prime-strengthened superalloys.

    Application

    HAYNES® 263 alloy combines properties which make it suitable for a variety of fabricated component applications in both aircraft turbine engine and industrial turbine applications. These include low-temperature combustors, transition liners, and some ring components.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5872

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5886

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AMS 5966

    Forgings

    AMS 5886

    Others

    N07263

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  • HAYNES®282 alloy

    HAYNES® 282® alloy (UNS N07208) is a, wrought, gamma-prime strengthened superalloy developed for high temperature structural applications, especially those in aero and industrial gas turbine engines. It possesses a unique combination of creep strength, thermal stability, weldability, and fabricability not found in currently available commercial alloys. The excellent creep strength in the temperature range of 1200 to 1700°F (649 to 927°C) surpasses that of Waspaloy alloy, and approaches R-41 alloy without sacrificing weldability.

    Application

    The features of HAYNES® 282® alloy make it suitable for critical gas turbine applications found in the combustors, turbine and exhaust sections, and nozzle components. Fabrication methods commonly employed include sheet and plate fabrications, seamless and flash butt-welded rings, closed die forgings and components directly machined from bar and heavy plate blanks. In industrial gas turbines, HAYNES® 282® alloy is defining performance standards for combustors and transition sections, and other hot-gas-path components requiring exceptional creep life and low cycle fatigue (LCF) resistance. Automotive turbocharger applications, such as seals and high temperature springs, benefit from the superior high-temperature properties. HAYNES® 282® alloy is also a strong candidate for use in Advanced Ultrasupercritical (A-USC) boiler and steam turbines, Supercritical CO2 power cycle, and concentrating solar power plant, where creep life is required to surpass 100,000 hours at 14.5 ksi (100 MPa) at 1400°F (760°C).

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5951

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5915, B 637

    Forgings

    AMS 5915, B 637

    Others

    N07208

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  • HAYNES®556 alloy

    HAYNES® 556® alloy (UNS R30556) is an iron-nickel-chromium-cobalt alloy that combines effective resistance to sulfidizing, carburizing and chlorine-bearing environments at high temperatures with good oxidation resistance, fabricability, and excellent high-temperature strength. It has also been found to resist corrosion by molten chloride salts and other salts, and is resistant to corrosion from molten zinc.

    Application

    HAYNES® 556® alloy combines properties which make it highly useful for service at elevated-temperature in moderately to severely corrosive environments. Applications can include tubing and structural members in municipal and industrial waste incinerators, rotary calciners and kilns for minerals processing, and non-rotating components in industrial gas turbines burning low-grade fuels..

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5874, SB 435/B 435

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5877, SB 572/B 572, B 472

    Welding Rods & Wire

    SFA 5.9/ A 5.9 (ER3556), AMS 5831

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    SB 622/B 622

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    SB 619/B 619, SB 626/B 626

    Fittings

    SB 366/B 366

    Forgings

    AMS 5877

    EN / DIN

    1.4883, X10CrNiCoMoN

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  • HAYNES®625 alloy

    HAYNES® 625 alloy (UNS N06625) is a nickel- chromium-molybdenum alloy with excellent strength from room temperature up to about 1500°F (816°C). At higher temperatures, its strength is generally lower than that of other solid-solution strengthened alloys. Alloy 625 has good oxidation resistance at temperatures up to 1800°F (980°C) and provides good resistance to aqueous corrosion, but generally not as effectively as modern HASTELLOY® corrosion-resistant alloys.

    Application

    HAYNES® 625 alloy is widely used in a variety of high- temperature aerospace, chemical process industry, and power industry applications. It provides excellent service in short- term applications at temperatures up to approximately 1500°F (815°C); however, for long-term elevated temperature service, use of alloy 625 is best restricted to a maximum of 1100°F (595°C). Long-term thermal exposure of alloy 625 above 1100°F (595°C) will result in significant embrittlement. For service at these temperatures, more modern materials, such as HAYNES® 230® alloy, are recommended.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5599, AMS 5869, SB 443/B 443

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5666, B 472, SB 446/B 446

    Coated Electrodes

    SFA 5.11/ A 5.11 (ENiCrMo-3)

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AMS 5837, SFA 5.14/ A 5.14 (ERNiCrMo-3)

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    AMS 5581, SB 444/B 444

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    AMS 5584, SB 704/B 704, SB 705/B 705

    Fittings

    SB 366/B 366

    Forgings

    AMS 5666, SB 564/B 564

    EN / DIN

    17744, 2.4856, NiCr22Mo9Nb

    Others

    ASME Code Case No. 2468, NACE MR0175, ISO 15156

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  • AWS A5.22 E71T1-1

    Application

    Butt, fillet welding of 490N/mm2 class high strength steel and low temperature steel of structure such as ships, bridges,buildings and storage tanks etc​

    Specification

    E71T-1C/1M – A5.36 E71T1-C1[M21]A0-CS1-H8
    KS D 7104 YFW-C50DR
    JIS Z 3313 T49J 0 T1-1 C A-U
    EN ISO 17632-A T42 0 P C[M] 1 H10 – ISO 17632-B T49 2 T1-1 C[M] A-H100
    AS/NZS ISO 17632-B:2006 T49J 0 T1-1 C A-U H10

    Packaging size

    15 kg spools, 200 kg drums, others on request

    Use with

    CO2 or Mixed Gas

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  • AISI 304 / 304L

    AISI 304 / 304L (UNS S30400 / UNS S30403) is a general purpose 18/8 stainless steel with good strength and excellent corrosion resistance. Used for food processing, architectural trim, brewing and oil refinery equipment. Subject to pitting and crevice corrosion in warm chloride components. 304L is a low carbon variant of 304 and more suitable for welding.

    Application

    Used extensively in food processing equipment, particularly in beer brewing, milk processing and wine making, chemical containers, threaded fasteners and springs.

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS A5.9

    Forgings

    ASTM A182-F304 / ASTM A182-F304L

    EN / DIN

    1.4301 / 1.4306

    Others

    UNS S30400 / UNS S30403

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  • AISI 316 / 316L

    AISI 316 / 316L (UNS S31600 / UNS S31603) is an 18/8 austenitic stainless steel enhanced with an addition of 2.5% Molybdenum, to provide superior corrosion resistance to type 304 stainless steel.

    Application

    Pumps, valves, marine fittings, fasteners, paper and pulp machinery, and petro chemical equipment.

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS A5.9

    Forgings

    ASTM A182-F316 / ASTM A182-F316L

    EN / DIN

    1.4401 / 1.4404

    Others

    UNS S31600 / UNS S31603

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  • AISI 310

    AISI 310 (UNS S31000) is a medium carbon austenitic stainless steel, for high temperature applications such as furnace parts and heat treatment equipment.

    Application

    310 (UNS S31000) is used at temperatures up to 1150°C in continuous service, and 1035°C in intermittent service. Grade 310S is a low carbon version of grade 310.

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASTM A182, A276, A479

    EN / DIN

    1.4845

    Others

    NACE MR0175

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  • Alloy X-750

    Alloy X-750 (UNS N07750) alloy is an age-hardenable, nickel-base superalloy with a very good strength at temperatures up to about 1600°F (870°C). It is widely used as a wrought material for forged and fabricated parts in aerospace and industrial applications.

    Application

    Alloy X-750 exhibits good resistance to oxidizing combustion gas environments at temperatures up to about 1600°F (870°C).

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5542, AMS 5598

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5667, AMS 5668, AMS 5670, AMS 5671, AMS 5747, ASTM B637

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AMS 5778, SFA 5.14/ A 5.14 (ERNiCrFe-8)

    Forgings

    AMS 5667, AMS 5668' AMS 5670, AMS 5671, AMS 5747, SB 637/B 637

    EN / DIN

    No. 2.4669, NiCr15Fe7TiAl

    Others

    NACE MR0175, ISO 15156

  • AISI 420

    AISI 420 (UNS S42000) is a martensitic stainless steel with 12% Chromium  which is sufficient to give good corrosive resistance properties. It’s best corrosive resistance is when hardened and surface is ground or polished.It has good ductility in the annealed condition but can be hardened up to 500HB (highest of the chromium grades). Martensitic grades are known for high hardness and allowances must be made for poor weldability and usually allowances for a final harden and temper treatment.

    Application

    AISI 420 (UNS S42000) Knives, Surgical Instruments, Fasteners, Shafts, Spindles, Plastic Molds.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5506, ASTM A176

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    SAE S1420, ASTM A276

    EN / DIN

    1.4021

    Others

    BS970,

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  • AISI 410

    AISI 410 (UNS S4100)

    Application

    AISI 410 (UNS S41000) stainless is a corrosion and heat resistant 12% chromium steel. It is the most widely used of the hardenable stainless steels. Heat treated 410 has mechanical properties comparable to the engineering alloy steel AISI 4130, coupled with the additional benefit of good corrosion resistance. 410 is highly resistant to atmospheric corrosion. Maximum corrosion resistance is obtained by hardening and polishing.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5504, AMS 5505, ASTM A240

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS.2303, AMS.5612, AMS.5613, ASTM.A276, ASME.SA479, ASME.SA193, ASTM.A314, ASTM.A479, ASTM.A193,

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    AMS 5591,

    Forgings

    AMS 5611, AMS 5614,

    EN / DIN

    1.4006 X12Cr13, DIN EN 10088 -3

    Others

    NACE.MRO103, NACE MRO175, ISO.15156

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  • Nitronic 50®

    Nitronic 50® (UNS S20910) is a high strength and good corrosion resistant austenitic stainless steel. It has nearly double the yield strength of 304 and 316 stainless steel and has better corrosion resistance than 317L stainless steel. N50 Stainless remains non-magnetic even after being severely cold worked. It maintains strength at high temperatures as well as sub-zero temperatures.

    Application

    Nitronic 50® (UNS S20910) It's an effective alloy for the petroleum, petrochemical, chemical, fertilizer, nuclear fuel recycling, pulp and paper, textile, food processing and marine industries. Components using the combination of excellent corrosion resistance and high strength currently include pumps, valves and fittings, fasteners, cables, chains, screens and wire cloth, marine hardware, boat and pump shafting, heat exchanger parts, springs and photographic equipment.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5861, ASTM A240

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5764, ASTM A193, ASTM A194, ASTM A276, ASTM A479

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS E 209

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    ASTM A269,

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    ASTM A249, ASTM A269,

    Castings

    ASTM A351, ASTM A743

    Forgings

    AMS 5764, ASTM A182,

    EN / DIN

    1.3964

  • Nitronic® 60

    Nitronic 60® (UNS S21800) is known for its excellent galling resistance, even at elevated temperatures. The additions of 4% silicon and 8% manganese inhibit wear, galling, and fretting. It is commonly used for various fasteners and pins that require strength and resistance to galling. It maintains decent strength up to temperatures of 1800°F and has oxidation resistance similar to that of 309 stainless steel. The general corrosion resistance is between that of 304 and 316 stainless steel.

    Application

    Nitronic 60® (UNS S21800) used for Fasteners, Pins and Bushings, Wear Rails, Roller Bearings, Pump Components.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    ASTM A240, F899

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5848, ASTM A193, ASTM A194, ASTM A276, ASTM A479, F899

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS A5.9

    Castings

    ASTM A743, ASTM A351

    Forgings

    AMS 5848, ASTM A182, ASTM A193, ASTM A 194, ASTM A276, ASTM A479

  • 630 (17-4 PH) (UNS S17400)

    630 (17-4 PH) (UNS S17400) is a martensitic precipitation-hardening stainless steel that provides an outstanding combination of high strength, good corrosion resistance, good mechanical properties at temperatures up to 600 °F (316 °C), good toughness in both base metal and welds, and short time, low-temperature heat treatments that minimize warpage and scaling.

    Application

    630 (17-4 PH) (UNS S17400) Gate Valves, Chemical Processing Equipment, Pump Shafts, Gears, Plungers, Valve Stems, Balls, Bushings, Seats, Fasteners.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    ASME SB 171, ASTM SB 151, ASTM B 122

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASME SA276, ASTM A564

    EN / DIN

    1.4548

    Others

    NACE MR0175, ISO:15156-3

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  • 70/30 Copper Nickel Alloy

    70/30 Copper Nickel Alloy (UNS 71500) is a 70% copper, 30% nickel alloy with additions of iron and manganese. These elemental additions make it somewhat more resistant to corrosion and erosion and with slightly improved strength level than 90/10, making it suitable for more demanding applications. In particular, its corrosion resistance is notably improved in high-velocity waters (up to 4.5m/s) and polluted seawater.

    Application

    70/30 Copper Nickel Alloy (C71500) common applications for Copper Nickel include valves, pump components, fittings, flanges and various other marine hardware components.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    ASME SB 171, ASTM SB 151, ASTM B 122

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASME SB 151, ASTM B 151, ASTM B 124, ASTM B 122

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AS/NZS 1573

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    AS 1569, AS 1572, ASTM B 111, ASTM B 359, ASTM B 395, ASTM B 466, ASTM B 467, ASTM B 543, ASTM B 552, ASTM B 608, ASTM B 956

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    AS 1569, AS 1572, ASTM B 111, ASTM B 359, ASTM B 395, ASTM B 466, ASTM B 467, ASTM B 543, ASTM B 552, ASTM B 608, ASTM B 956

    Forgings

    ASTM B 283

    EN / DIN

    2.0882

    Others

    BS 2871-2, BS 2871-3, Def Stan 02 780

  • 90/10 Copper Nickel Alloy

    90/10 Copper Nickel Alloy (UNS C70600) offers superior resistance to general corrosion and marine water attacks. It resists corrosion by fast moving water. It has nominal temperature coefficient of electric resistance. Alloy 90/10 prevents stress corrosion cracking and pitting and crevice corrosion.

    Application

    90/10 Copper Nickel Alloy (UNS C70600) is a 90% copper, 10% nickel alloy that also contains small but important additions of iron and manganese to enhance overall strength corrosion resistance. This, combined with high ductility and toughness, makes it a popular grade for marine, architectural and industrial applications.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    ASM J461, ASME SB171, ASTM B171

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASTM B151, ASTM B122,

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS A5.15

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    ASME SB111, ASTM B552,

    Fittings

    ASME SB 366, ASTM B 366

    EN / DIN

    2.­08­72

    Others

    CN­10­2

  • HAYNES® 625SQ® alloy

    HAYNES® 625SQ® alloy (UNS N06626) is a solid-solution strengthened superalloy. It is a modification of HAYNES® 625 alloy developed to enhance resistance to fatigue at temperatures up to approximately 1200°F (649°C). The alloy composition is tightly controlled to very low levels of carbon, silicon, and nitrogen. Primary melting is by vacuum induction melting, followed by consumable electrode practice using electroslag remelting. During processing, the grain size is controlled to ASTM #5 or finer.

    Application

    HAYNES® 625SQ® alloy is readily fabricated and welded using practices common to HAYNES® 625 alloy. HAYNES® 625SQ® alloy sheet and strip find application in aerospace, automotive, and chemical process industry bellow, expansion joints, and fabrications where fatigue resistance, strength, and corrosion resistance are required.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5879, ASME Code Case No. 2276

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    ASME Code Case No. 2276, P= 43

    Fittings

    ASME SB 366, ASTM B 366, Code Case No. 2276, P= 43

    EN / DIN

    2.4856

    Others

    N06626

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  • Alloy 201

    Alloy 201 (UNS N02201) is the low-carbon version of Nickel 200.It is preferred to Nickel 200 for applications involving exposure to temperatures above 600°F (315°C).

    Application

    Alloy 201 (UNS N02201) Typical applications are caustic evaporators, combustion boats, plater bars, and electronic components. Nickel 201, because of its low base hardness and lower work-hardening rate, is particularly suited for spinning and cold forming. It is preferred to Nickel 200 for applications involving exposure to temperatures above 600°F (315°C).

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5553, ASME SB 162, ASTM B 162

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASME SB 160, ASTM B 160

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    ASME SB161, ASME B 163, ASME SB 163, ASME SB 725, ASTM B 751, ASME SB 751, ASTM B775, ASTM B 829, , ASTM B 161, ASTM B 730,

    Fittings

    ASME SB 366, ASTM B 366

    EN / DIN

    2.4061, 2.4068

    Others

    BS 3072-3073 (NA12), BS 3074 (NA12)

  • Alloy 200

    Alloy 200 (UNS N02200) is commercially pure (99.6%) wrought nickel. It has good mechanical properties and excellent resistance to many corrosive environments.

    Application

    Nickel 200 (UNS N02200) is commercially pure (99.6%) wrought nickel. It has good mechanical properties and excellent resistance to many corrosive environments.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5553, ASME SB 162, ASTM B 162

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASME SB 160, ASTM B 160

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    ASME SB161, ASME B 163, ASME SB 163, ASME SB 725, ASTM B 751, ASME SB 751, ASTM B775, ASTM B 829, ASTM B 161, , ASTM B 730,

    Fittings

    ASME SB 366, ASTM B 366

    EN / DIN

    2.4061, 2.4068

    Others

    BS 3072-3073 (NA12), BS 3074 (NA12)

  • Alloy C276

    Alloy C276 (UNS N10276) is the alloy for outstanding performance in a range of aggressive environments. It is resistant to strong oxidizing chlorides, reducing acids, hot seawater and brine solutions. Alloy C276 is one of the few materials resistant to wet chlorine gas, hypochlorite and chlorine dioxide. Alloy C276 has excellent resistance to chloride pitting, crevice corrosion and stress corrosion cracking.

    Application

    Alloy C276 (UNS N10276) is used in chemical processing, pollution control, pulp and paper production, industrial and municipal waste treatment and the recovery of “sour” natural gas. Applications in air pollution control include stack liners, ducts, dampers, scrubbers, stack-gas re-heaters, fans and fan housings.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    ASME SB 575, ASME SB 906, ASTM B 575, ASTM B 906,

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASME SB 574, ASTM B 574

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS A5.14

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    ASME SB 622, ASME SB 829, ASTM B 622, ASTMB 829

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    ASME SB 626, ASME SB751, ASTM B 626, ASTM B 751

    Fittings

    ASME SB 366, ASTM B 366

    Forgings

    ASME SB 564, ASTM B 564

    EN / DIN

    2.4819

  • Alloy 718

    Alloy 718 (UNS N07718) is a high-strength, nickel-based superalloy made for long-term use in temperatures ranging from cryogenic up to 1200°F. The alloy is readily fabricated and may be welded in either the annealed or precipitation (age) hardened condition.

    Application

    Alloy 718 (UNS N07718)The ease and economy with which INCONEL alloy 718 can be fabricated, combined with good tensile, fatigue,
    creep, and rupture strength, have resulted in its use in a wide range of applications. Examples of these are components for liquid fueled rockets, rings, casings and various formed sheet metal parts for aircraft and land-based gas turbine engines, and cryogenic tankage. It is also used for fasteners and instrumentation parts.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5596, AMS 5597, ASME SB 670, ASME SB 906, ASTM B 670, ASTM B 906,

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5662, AMS 5663, AMS 5664, AMS 5832, AMS 5914, AMS 5962, ASME SB 637, ASTM B 637

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS 5.14 - ERNiFeCr-2, AMS 5832

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    AMS 5589, AMS 5590, ASTM B 983

    Forgings

    AMS 5662, AMS 5663, AS 5664, ASTM SB 637

    EN / DIN

    2.4668, NiCr19Fe19NbMo3

    Others

    ASME Code Case No. 1993-9, ASME Code Case No.2221-1, NACE MR0175 ISO 15156

  • Alloy 625

    Alloy 625 (UNS N06625) is a nickel-chromium alloy which gains its stiffening effect through molybdenum and niobium additions, therefore eliminating the need for this alloy to be aged. It has superior resistance to a wide range of corrosive environments as well as the high temperature effects of oxidation and carburisation.

    Application

    Alloy 625 (UNS N06625)It is being used in such applications as combustion system transition liners, propeller blades, seals, fasteners, pumps, turbine shroud rings, heat exchanger tubing, reaction vessels, distillation columns, heat exchangers and valves.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5599, AMS 5869, ASTM B 443, ASTM SB 443,

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5666, ASME SB 446, ASTM B 446, B 472

    Coated Electrodes

    SFA5.11/ A 5.11 (ENiCrMo-3)

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AMS 5837, SFA 5.14/ A 5.14 (ERNiCrMo-3),

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    AMS 5581, ASME SB 444, ASTM B 444

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    AMS 5581, ASME SB 704, ASME SB 705, ASTM B704, ASTM B705

    Fittings

    ASME SB 366, ASTM B 366

    Forgings

    AMS 5666, SB 564/B

    EN / DIN

    2.4856, NiCr22Mo9Nb

    Others

    BS 3076 NA21, NACE MR0175. ISO 15156

  • Grade 4 Titanium

    Grade 4 Titanium (UNS R50700) is “unalloyed” titanium offering improved strength, moderate ductility.The material is readily weldable. This material is very corrosion resistant in highly oxidizing and mildly reducing environments.

    Application

    Grade 4 Titanium (UNS R50700) The material is readily weldable. This material is very corrosion resistant in highly oxidizing and mildly reducing environments. The material is castable and is often utilized in cast valves and fittings.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 4901, ASME SB265, ASTM B265

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 4921, ASME SB 348, ASTM B348

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS A5.16

    Castings

    ASTM B367

    Forgings

    ASTM B381

    Others

    ASTM F67-for surgical implants, ISO 5832-2 for surgical implants

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  • Alloy 601

    Alloy 601 (UNS N06601) is a nickel-chromium alloy, that is highly resistant to oxidation through 2200°F. 601 alloy develops a tightly adherent oxide scale which resists spalling even under severe thermal cycling. The alloy has good high temperature strength, and retains its ductility after long service exposure.

    Application

    Alloy 601 (UNS N06601)is a standard material of construction for various types of thermal-processing equipment. Industrial-heating applications include baskets, trays, and fixtures for annealing, carburizing, carbonitriding, nitriding and other heat-treating operations. In industrial furnaces, the alloy is used for radiant tubes, muffles, retorts, flame shields, strand-annealing tubes, woven-wire conveyor belts, chain curtains, burner nozzles, and electrical resistance heating elements. Other thermal-processing applications are thermocouple protection tubes, furnace-atmosphere generators, and infrared radiant screens.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    ASME SB 168, ASTM B 168

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASME SB 166, ASTM B 166

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS A5.14

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    ASME SB 167, ASME SB 751, ASME SB 775, ASME SB 829 ASTM B 167,ASTM B 751, ASTM B 775, ASTM B 829

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    ASME SB 775, ASTM B 751, ASME SB 751, ASTM B 775

    EN / DIN

    EN10095, 2.4851

    Others

    DIN 17742

  • Alloy 600

    Alloy 600 (UNS N06600)is a nickel-base alloy with excellent carburization, and good oxidation resistance at elevated temperatures.The alloy has long been used in the heat treating industry for many of the same applications as RA330®. 600 alloy has useful resistance to dry Cl2 and HCl gases at moderately elevated temperatures. Alloy 600 is not suggested for use at red heat when sulfur is present due to elevated nickel quantities.

    Application

    Alloy 600 (UNS N06600)The alloy is used extensively in the chemical industry for its strength and corrosion resistance. Applications include heaters, stills, bubble towers and condensers for processing of fatty acids; evaporator tubes, tube sheets and flaking trays for the manufacture of sodium sulfide; and equipment for handling abietic acid in the manufacture of paper pulp.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5540, ASME SB 168, ASME SB 906, ASTM B 168, ASTM B 906

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASTM B 166, ASME SB 166

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    ASME SB 167, ASME SB 163,, ASME SB 516, ASME SB 517, ASME SB 751, ASME SB 775, ASME SB 829, ASTM B 751, ASTM B 163, ASTM B 167, ASTM B 775, ASTM B 829, ASTM B 516, ASTM B 517

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    ASME SB 167, ASME SB 163, ASME SB 516, ASME SB 517, ASME SB 751,ASME SB 775, ASME SB 829, ASTM B 751, ASTM B 163, ASTM B 167, ASTM B 775, ASTM B 829, ASTM B 516, ASTM B 517

    Fittings

    ASME SB 366, ASTM B 366

    Forgings

    ASME SB 564, ASTM B 564

    EN / DIN

    2.4816, DIN 17742,

    Others

    BS 3072 (NA14)

  • Alloy 400

    Alloy 400 (UNS N04400) is a ductile nickel-copper alloy with resistance to a wide range of corrosive environments.The alloy has excellent resistance to sea or brackish water under high-velocity conditions. Alloy 400 is one of the few materials with good resistance to hydrofluoric acid.

    Application

    Alloy 400 (UNS N04400)is widely used in many fields, especially marine and chemical processing. Typical applications are valves and pumps; pump and propeller shafts; marine fixtures and fasteners; electrical and electronic components; springs; chemical processing equipment; gasoline and fresh water tanks; crude petroleum stills, process vessels and piping; boiler feedwater heaters and other heat exchangers; and deaerating heaters.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 4544, ASME SB 127, ASTM B 127

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASME SB 164, ASTM B 164

    Coated Electrodes

    190-AWS A5.11

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS A5.14

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    AMS 4574, ASME SB 165, ASME SB 751, ASME SB 775, ASME SB 829, ASTM B 829

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    ASTM B 725, ASTM B 730, ASTM B 751, ASTM B 775

    Fittings

    ASME SB 366, ASTM B 366

    Forgings

    ASME SB 564, ASTM B 564

    EN / DIN

    2.4360, 2.4361, DIN 17750, DIN 17754,

    Others

    BS3076NA13

  • Alloy K-500

    Alloy K-500 (UNS N05500) is a nickel-copper alloy. The increased properties are obtained by adding aluminum and titanium to the nickel-copper base and age hardening.

    Application

    Alloy K-500 (UNS N05500)typical applicationsare chains and cables, fasteners and springs for marine service; pump and valve components for chemical processing; doctor blades and scrapers for pulp processing in paper production; oil well drill collars and instruments, pump shafts and impellers, non-magnetic housings, safety lifts and valves for oil and gas production; and sensors and other electronic components.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    BS3072NA18, QQ-N-286, BS3073NA18

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    SAE AMS 4676, ASTM B 865, BS3076NA18

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    BS3074NA18

    Forgings

    ASTM B381

    EN / DIN

    DIN 17750, 2.4375

  • Grade 23 Titanium

    Ti-6Al-4V alloy is the most widely used titanium alloy of the alpha-plus-beta class, and is also the most common of all titanium alloys. This modification incorporates extra low interstitial (ELI). The wrought material is used in applications where moderate strength, good strength to weight, and favorable corrosion properties are required.

    Application

    Grade 23 Titanium (UNS R56407) This alloy is commonly used in medical implants where strength is important. The alloy is available as castings, wire, bar, plate, sheet, forgings, rings, and billet.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 4907, ASTM B265

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASTM B348

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS A5.16

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    ASTM B861

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    ASTM B862

    Fittings

    ASTM B363

    Forgings

    ASTM B381

    Others

    ASTM F136 Wrought Alloy for Surgical Implants

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  • Grade 12 Titanium

    Grade 12 Titanium (UNS R53400) is lightly alloyed near-alpha alloy offering improved strength at elevated temperatures and optimum ASME Code design allowables. The material is readily weldable, and has superior crevice corrosion resistance. This material is very corrosion resistant in highly oxidizing and mildly reducing environments.

    Application

    Grade 12 Titanium (UNS R53400) is readily weldable, and has superior crevice corrosion resistance. This material is very corrosion resistant in highly oxidizing and mildly reducing environments.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    ASME SB 265, ASTM B265

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASME SB 348, ASTM B348

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS A5.16

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    ASME SB 861, ASTM B337

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    ASME SB 862, ASTM B337

    Forgings

    ASTM B381

    Others

    AMS 4902

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  • Grade 7 Titanium

    Grade 7 Titanium (UNS R52400) with 0.1% palladium is similar to Grade 2, but with improved resistance to general and localized crevice corrosion in a wide range of reducing acid environments, including chlorides, and where low pH and high temperatures above 180ºF (83ºC) to 500ºF (260ºC) are prevalent.

    Application

    Grade 7 Titanium (UNS R52400) Most of the applications of this grade are in the chemical industries. The most common uses are reactor autoclaves, piping and fittings, valves, heat exchangers and condensers.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    ASME SB 265, ASTM B265

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASME SB 348, ASTM B348

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS A5.16

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    ASME SB 337, ASME SB 338 ,ASTM B861

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    ASME SB 337, ASME SB 338, ASTM B862

    Castings

    ASTM B367

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  • Grade 5 Titanium

    Grade 5 Titanium UNS (R56400)Ti-6Al-4V alloy is the most widely used titanium alloy of the alpha-plus-beta class,and is also the most common of all titanium alloys.The alloy is castable and is utilized “as cast” in sporting goods. The wrought material is used in aerospace, medical, and other applications where moderate strength, good strength to weight, and favorable corrosion properties are required. 

    Application

    Grade 5 Titanium (UNS R56400)The alloy is castable and is utilized "as cast" in sporting goods. The wrought material is used in aerospace, medical, and other applications where moderate strength, good strength to weight,and favorable corrosion properties are required.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 4911

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 4928, AMS 4965, AMS 4963, AMS 4967, ASTM B348

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS A5.16

    Castings

    ASTM B367

    Forgings

    AMS 4920, AMS 4965,

    Others

    ASTM F1472 Wrought Alloy for Surgical Implants

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  • Grade 3 Titanium

    Grade 3 Titanium UNS (R50550) is “unalloyed” titanium offering improved strength,moderate ductility. The material is readily weldable. This material is very corrosion resistant in highly oxidizing and mildly reducing environments.

    Application

    Titanium Grade 3 UNS (R50550) The material is readily weldable. This material is very corrosion resistant in highly oxidizing and mildly reducing environments. The material is castable and is often utilized in cast valves and fittings.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 4900, ASME SB265, ASTM B265

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASME SB 348, ASTM B348

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AWS A5.16

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    ASTM 337, ASTM B861

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    ASTM B862

    Castings

    ASTM B367

    Forgings

    ASTM B381

    Others

    ASTM F67, for surgical implants, ISO 5832-2 for surgical implants

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  • Grade 2 Titanium

    Grade 2 Titanium UNS (R50400) is “unalloyed” titanium offering an excellent balance of strength and ductility.

    Application

    Grade 2 Titanium UNS (R50400) has good toughness and is readily weldable. This material is very corrosion resistant in highly oxidizing and mildly reducing environments. The material is castable and is often utilized in cast valves and fittings. In plate form, the alloy is also used explosively bonded to make clad plate.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 4902, ASME SB265, ASTM B265

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASME SB 348, ASTM B348

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AMS 4951, ASTM 863, AWS A5.16

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    AMS 4942, ASTM B861

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    AMS 4941, ASTM B862

    Fittings

    ASTM B363

    Castings

    ASME SB367, ASTM B367

    Forgings

    ASME SB381, ASTM B381

    Others

    ASTM F67, for surgical implants, ISO 5832-2 for surgical implants

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  • HAYNES® 718 alloy

    HAYNES® 718 alloy (UNS N07718) is an age-hardenable nickel-iron-chromium-niobium (columbium)-molybdenum-titanium-aluminum alloy designed to combine excellent strength with good fabrication characteristics in the annealed condition. While limited to applications below 1200°F (650°C), it is significantly stronger at these lower temperatures than materials such as Waspaloy alloy, R-41 alloy, or X-750 alloy. It is also much easier to weld than these alloys, and is less susceptible to the strain age cracking problems common for gamma prime strengthened materials. At temperatures greater than 1200°F (650°C), 718 alloy is being replaced by HAYNES® 282® alloy due to the superior strength of 282® alloy at those temperatures as well as its excellent fabricability.

    Application

    HAYNES® 718 alloy is normally only used for component applications up to 1200°F (650°C); however, its oxidation resistance is comparable to that for other gamma-prime-strengthened superalloys.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5596, AMS 5597

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5662, AMS 5663, AMS 5664, SB 637/B 637

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AMS 5832, A 5.14 (ERNiFeCr-2)

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    AMS 5589, AMS 5590, B 983

    Forgings

    AMS 5662, AMS 5663, AMS 5664, SB 637/B 637

    EN / DIN

    17742 No. 2.4668, NiCr19Fe19NbMo3

    Others

    ASME Code Case No. 1993-6 Case No. 2221-1, NACE MR0175 ISO 15156

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  • HAYNES® HR-120® alloy

    HAYNES® HR-120® (UNS N08120) alloy is a solid-solution-strengthened heat-resistant alloy that provides excellent strength at elevated temperature combined with very good resistance to carburizing and sulfidizing environments. Its oxidation resistance is comparable to other widely used Fe-Ni-Cr materials, such as alloys 330 and 800H, but its strength at temperatures up to 2000 ºF (1095 ºC) is significantly higher, even in comparison to Ni-Cr alloys. The alloy can be readily formed hot or cold, and is commonly welded using HAYNES® 556® filler wire.

    Application

    HAYNES® HR-120® alloy applications include those which require high strength combined with good resistance to carburizing and sulfidizing environments such as the following: Bar Frame Heat Treating Baskets, Radiant Tubes, Wire Mesh Furnace Belts and Basket Liners, Cast Link Belt Pins, Muffles, Retorts, Recuperators, Heat Treating Fixtures, Fluidized Bed Components. Waste Incinerators.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5916, SB 409/B 409, P= 45

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    SB 408/B 408, B 472, P= 45

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    SB 407/B 407, SB 163/B 163, P= 45

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    SB 514/B 514, SB 515/B 515, P= 45

    Fittings

    SB 366/B 366, P= 45

    Forgings

    SB 564/B 564, P= 45

    EN / DIN

    No. 2.4854, NiFe33Cr25Co

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  • HAYNES® HR-160® alloy

    HAYNES® HR-160® (UNS N12160) alloy is a solid-solution-strengthened nickel-cobalt-chromium-silicon alloy with outstanding resistance to various forms of hightemperature corrosion attack. HR-160® alloy has excellent resistance to sulfidation and chloride attack in both reducing and oxidizing atmospheres. The alloy also has exceptionally good resistance to oxidation, hot corrosion, carburization, metal dusting, nitridation, and corrosion attack by low melting point compounds such as those formed by phosphorus, vanadium, and other impurities. The alloy is especially suited for applications in high temperature corrosive environments generatedby combustion of low grade fuels or processing of chemical feedstocks with corrosive contaminants such as sulfur, chlorine, fluorine, vanadium, phosphorus, and others. The alloy is capable of withstanding temperatures up to 2200°F (1204°C).

    Application

    HAYNES® HR-160® alloy applications include waste incineration and chemical process industries.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    SB 435/B 435, P= 46

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    SB 572/B 572, B 472, P= 46

    Welding Rods & Wire

    SFA 5.14/ A 5.14 (ERNiCoCrSi-1), F= 46

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    SB 622/B 622, P= 46

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    SB 619/B 619, SB 626/B 626, P= 46

    Fittings

    SB 366/B 366, P= 46

    Forgings

    SB 564/B 564, P= 46

    EN / DIN

    No. 2.4880, NiCo29Cr28Si

    Others

    ASME Code Case, No. 2385

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  • HAYNES® HR-224® alloy

    Haynes International, Inc. is pleased to announce the development of HAYNES® HR-224® alloy, a new alloy with excellent oxidation resistance and improved fabricability and weldability compared to HAYNES® 214® alloy. This Ni–27.5Fe–20Cr–3.8Al alloy achieves superior oxidation resistance through the formation of a tightly adherent alumina protective scale. It exhibits excellent ductility and formability characteristics, with weldability on par with nickel-iron-chromium alloys of substantially lower aluminum contents.

    Application

    Potential uses include applications in heat recuperators, automotive catalytic converters and heat shields, strand annealing furnace tubulars, and other severely oxidizing environments.

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  • HAYNES® HR-235® alloy

    HAYNES® HR-235® alloy is a nickel-chromium-molybdenum-copper material with outstanding resistance to metal dusting. It has no deliberate addition of iron, an element which is detrimental to the performance of alloys under metal dusting conditions. It is resistant to creep-rupture at temperatures under which metal dusting is normally encountered. Having a low silicon and aluminum content, HR-235® alloy is resistant to weld solidification and strain-age cracking. This is an improvement over other alloys intended for metal dusting resistance. It is also available as a filler wire with matching composition.

    Application

    Petrochemical Plants, Syngas production, Synthesis of ammonia, methanol, LNG, H2, Microchannel High Temperature Reactors, High carbon containing gases, Direct reduction of iron ores, Carbon fiber production, Gas-to-liquids (GTL) plants, Steam-methane-reforming process.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    ASTM B168

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    ASTM B166

    Smls Pipe & Tube

    ASTM B167

    Wld Pipe & Tube

    ASTM B619, ASTM B626

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  • MULTIMET® alloy

    MULTIMET® alloy (UNS R30155, W73155) is recommended for us in applications involving high stress at temperatures up to 1500°F, and moderate stress up to 2000°F. It has excellent oxidation resistance, good ductility, and is readily fabricated. Its high-temperature properties are inherent and are not dependent upon age-hardening. Production and use of the alloys dates back to the late 1940s.

    Application

    MULTIMET® alloy has been used in a number of aircraft application including tailpipes and tail cones, afterburner parts, exhaust manifolds, combustion chambers, turbine blades, buckets, and nozzles. It also gives excellent service for high-temperature bolts, and has proven to be an economical material of construction for use in heat-treating equipment where strength at high temperatures is essential.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5532

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5768

    Coated Electrodes

    AMS 5795. SFA 5.4/ A 5.4 (E3155)

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AMS 5794

    Forgings

    AMS 5768, AMS 5769, B 639

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  • HAYNES® NS-163® alloy

    HAYNES® NS-163® alloy is a wrought cobalt-based alloy (Co–28Cr–21Fe–9Ni–1.25Ti–1Nb) for use in sheet and wire forms. Not only is this alloy fully fabricable and weldable, it achieves a level of stress-rupture strength that approaches the capabilities of the oxide-dispersion strengthened (ODS) alloys. This capability is developed through a unique new heat treatment under nitrogen which imparts a through-thickness dispersion-strengthening phase in the final part at thicknesses up to 0.100” (2.5 mm).This fabricable alloy achieves strengths that are unparalleled in any other wrought alloy product available today.

    Application

    HAYNES® NS-163® alloy will become available for commercial sale upon completion of key process developments.

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  • HAYNES® R-41 alloy

    Vacuum-melted, nickel-based HAYNES® R-41 (UNS N07041) alloy has exceptionally high strength at temperatures in the range of 1200 to 1800°F (649 to 982°C). The alloy is a precipitation-hardening type and strength is developed by various solution annealing and aging heat treatments. Because of its high strength and good oxidation resistance, the alloy is being used in afterburner parts and nozzle diaphragm partitions in current gas turbine engines. In the annealed condition, the alloy is ductile and has essentially the same forming characteristics as 18-8 stainless steel and other nickel-based alloys. It is stronger, however, and has a greater resistance to forming. The alloy has been formed with success on drop hammers, expanding mandrels and stretch formers. R-41 alloy is now being replaced in many applications by HAYNES® 282® alloy, due to the superior fabricability of 282® alloy.
    Mechanical properties can be tailored by selecting various combinations of solution annealing and aging treatments. In general, higher solution heat treating temperatures result in better room-temperature ductility and improved formability. Stress-rupture strength is also improved by this type of treatment. Lower solution annealing temperatures produce higher tensile strengths at temperatures up to about 1700°F (927°C). The effect of solution heat treating temperature can be seen in tensile and stress-rupture data.

    Application

    HAYNES® R-41 alloy is being used in afterburner parts and nozzle diaphragm partitions in current gas turbine engines.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5545

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5712

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AMS 5800

    Forgings

    AMS 5712

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  • HASTELLOY® S alloy

    HASTELLOY® S (UNS N06635) is a nickel-base, high-temperature alloy with a unique combination of properties. It has excellent thermal stability, low thermal expansion and excellent oxidation resistance to 2000 °F (1093 °C). In addition, the alloy has good high-temperature and thermal fatigue strength. S alloy retains its strength and ductility after aging at temperatures of 800 to 1600 °F (427 to 871 °C). S alloy was developed for applications involving severely cyclical heating conditions where components must be capable of retaining their strength, ductility, and metallurgical integrity after long-time exposure.

    Application

    HASTELLOY® S alloy is being used extensively as seal rings in gas turbine engines where its low thermal expansion coefficients is also important.

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  • HASTELLOY® W alloy

    HASTELLOY® W alloy (UNS N10004) is a solid-solution-strengthened super alloy that was developed primarily as a filler metal for welding of dissimilar alloys. It displays excellent dissimilar welding characteristics, and is widely used for that purpose in the gas turbine and aerospace industries. The properties of dissimilar weld joints made with alloy W are dependents upon the alloys joined, but are generally acceptable for a wide variety of combinations.

    Application

    HASTELLOY® W is also used as a wrought alloy for a limited number of ring-type applications in older gas turbine engines. HAYNES® 242® alloy is a more modern alloy, and should be considered as a substitute for alloy W in these ring applications.

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5755

    Coated Electrodes

    AMS 578, AWS A5.11 & ASME SFA 5.11 (ENiMo-3)

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AMS 5786, AWS A5.14 & ASME SFA 5.14 (ERNiMo-3)

    Forgings

    AMS 5755

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  • HAYNES® Waspaloy alloy

    HAYNES® Waspaloy alloy (UNS N07001) is an age-hardenable, nickel-based superalloy with very good strength at temperatures up to about 1800°F (980°C). It is widely used as a wrought material for forged and fabricated gas turbine and aerospace components. Its strength is generally comparable to HAYNES® R-41 alloy, and is superior to that of alloy 718 at temperatures above 1200-1300°F (650-705°C). Waspaloy alloy can be cold-formed in the annealed condition, and may also be hot-formed at temperatures of 1900°F (1040°C) or above. Weldability us somewhat limited by susceptibility to strain age cracking under conditions of heavy restraint.

    Application

    HAYNES® Waspaloy alloy exhibits good resistance to gas turbine combustion environments at temperatures up to about 1600°F (870°C). Waspaloy alloy is now being replaced in many applications by HAYNES® 282® alloy, due to the superior fabricability and creep-strength of 282® alloy.

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5544

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5704, AMS 5706, AMS 5707, SB 637/B 637

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AMS 5828

    Forgings

    AMS 5704, AMS 5706, AMS 5707, SB 637/ B637

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  • HASTELLOY® X-750 alloy

    HAYNES® X-750 (UNS N07750) alloy is an age-hardenable, nickel-base superalloy with a very good strength at temperatures up to about 1600°F (870°C). It is widely used as a wrought material for forged and fabricated parts in aerospace and industrial applications. Its strength is somewhat less than that for HAYNES® 718 alloy up to about 1400°F (760°C), and lower than that for HAYNES® R-41 alloy at higher temperatures. Alloy X-750 can be cold-formed in the annealed condition, and may also be hot-formed at temperatures of about 1900°F (1040°C) or above. Weldability is somewhat limited by susceptibility to strain age-cracking under conditions of heavy restraint.

    Application

    HAYNES® X-750 alloy exhibits good resistance to oxidizing combustion gas environments at temperatures up to about 1600°F (870°C).

    Sheet, Plate & Strip

    AMS 5542, AMS 5598

    Billet, Rod & Bar

    AMS 5667, AMS 5668, AMS 5670, AMS 5671, AMS 5747

    Welding Rods & Wire

    AMS 5778, SFA 5.14/ A 5.14 (ERNiCrFe-8)

    Forgings

    AMS 5667, AMS 5668, AMS 5670, AMS 5671, AMS 5747, SB 637/B 637

    EN / DIN

    No. 2.4669, NiCr15Fe7TiAl

    Others

    NACE MR0175, ISO 15156

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  • HASTELLOY® C-4 alloy

    A versatile Ni-Cr-Mo alloy with extremely high resistance to HAZ sensitization.

    Features

    HASTELLOY® C-4 alloy (UNS N06455) is the most (microstructurally) stable of the widely used nickel-chromium-molybdenum materials, which are well known for their resistance to many aggressive chemicals, in particular hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, and chlorides. This stability means that the alloy can be welded without fear of sensitization, i.e. the nucleation and growth of deleterious, second phase precipitates in the grain boundaries of the weld heat-affected zone (HAZ).
    Like other nickel alloys, it is ductile, easy to form and weld, and possesses exceptional resistance to stress corrosion cracking in chloride-bearing solutions (a form of degradation to which the austenitic stainless steels are prone). With its high chromium and molybdenum contents, it is able to withstand both oxidizing and non-oxidizing acids, and is resistant to pitting and crevice attack in the presence of chlorides and other halides.

    Application

    HASTELLOY® C-4 alloy typical chemical process industry (CPI) applications include reactors and heat exchangers.

    Forms Available

    HASTELLOY® C-4 alloy is available in the form of plates, sheets, strips, billets, bars, wires, pipes, tubes, forgings, fittings and covered electrodes.

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Specialty Metals

Specialty Metals