UNS Wire Bar Sheet Plate Tube Pipe Fittings Flanges Forgings Weld Wire Ti Grade 1 R50250
Ti Grade 2 R50400
Ti Grade 4 R50700
Ti Grade 5 (6AL4V) R56200
Ti Grade 6 (5Al 2.5Sn) R54520
Ti Grade 7 R52400
Ti Grade 9 (3Al 2.5V) R56320
Ti 6Al 2Sn 4Zr 2Mo R54620 * * *
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Nickel 200 is 99.6% pure nickel, one of the toughest metals. The Nickel 200’s characteristics include excellent mechanical properties, a low gas content, low vapor- pressure, magnetic properties, high thermal and electrical conductivity. These properties and its chemical composition make Nickel 200 fabricatable and highly resistant to corrosive environment. Nickel 200 is useful in any environment below 600º F. It is highly resistant to corrosion by neutral and alkaline salt solutions. Nickel 200 also has low corrosion rates in neutral and distilled water. The metal can be hot formed to any shape and formed cold by all methods.
Nickel 201 is the low-carbon version of Nickel 200. The Nickel 201’s has the same characteristics as the Nickel 200. These properties and its chemical composition make Nickel 201 fabricatable and highly resistant to corrosive environment. Nickel 201 is useful in any environment above 600 ºF. It is highly resistant to corrosion by neutral and alkaline salt solutions, fluorine and chlorine. Nickel 201 also has low corrosion rates in neutral and distilled water. The metal can be hot formed to any shape and formed cold by all methods.
Monel 400® is a nickel-copper alloy that is hardened by cold working only. Monel 400® has low corrosion rate in flowing seawater, therefore it is widely used in marine applications. Monel 400® also has excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking in most freshwaters. Monel 400® can be used in temperatures up to 1000 ºF. The alloy has great mechanical properties at subzero temperatures.
Monel R-405® is very similar to Monel R405® except for its greater sulfur content. Monel R-405® also has the same corrosion resistance and physical properties as the Monel R405® with a slightly different range of mechanical properties. Monel R-405® was developed for good machinability.
Monel K-500® is a nickel-copper alloy with the same corrosion resistance and characteristics as the Monel 400®. The Monel K-500® has a greater strength and hardness then the 400, as a result of added aluminum and titanium. In age-hardened condition, it has greater tendency toward stress- corrosion cracking in some environments.
Inconel 600® is a standard engineering material and has a great resistance to heat and corrosion. Inconel 600® also has high strength and can be easily formed. Inconel 600® can be hardened and strengthened only by cold work. Inconel 600® can be used in the heat-treating industry for muffles, furnace components, and for heat-treating baskets and trays.
Inconel 601® is a standard engineering material and has a great resistance to heat and corrosion. Inconel 601® also has high strength and good workability. Inconel 601® can be hardened and strengthened only by cold work. Inconel 601® can be used in the heat-treating industry for muffles, furnace components, and for heat-treating baskets and trays.
Inconel 617® consists of nickel-chromium-cobalt and – molybdenum. These elements make Inconel 617® highly resistant to oxidation and carburization. Inconel 617® can be easily fabricated; it can be hot formed up to 2200º F, and cold formed at 1900º F. Inconel 617® has excellent weldability. Inconel 617® is used for ducting, transition liners in both aircraft and land based gas turbines, and combustion cans.
Available forms are seamless pipe, welded pipe, seamless tube, welded tube, bar, wire, sheet, plate, forgings, pipe fittings and flanges.
Inconel ® 625 is a nonmagnetic, corrosion and oxidation resistant, nickel-base alloy. It has high strength and toughness in the temperature range cryogenic to 2000°F (1093°C) which is derived largely from the solid solution effects of the refractory metals, columbium and molybdenum, in a nickel-chromium matrix. Alloy 625 has excellent fatigue strength and stress-corrosion cracking resistance to chloride ions.
Typical applications for Alloy 625 have included heat shields, furnace hardware, gas turbine engine ducting, combustion liners and spray bars, chemical plant hardware and special seawater applications.
Alloy 718 is a precipitation hardenable nickel-based alloy designed to display exceptionally high yield, tensile and creep-rupture properties at temperatures up to 1300°F (704°C). The age-hardening response of Alloy 718 permits annealing and welding without spontaneous hardening during heating and cooling. Alloy 718 has excellent weldability when compared to the nickel-base super alloys hardened by aluminum and titanium. Alloy 718 is used in aircraft engine parts and high-speed airframe parts such as wheels, buckets, spacers, and high temperature bolts and fasteners.
Inconel X-750® is a nickel-chromium alloy used for its corrosion and oxidation resistance and high strength at temperatures to 1300º F. Inconel X-750® is available in all standard mill forms therefore, it is used for a wide variety of applications. In gas turbines it is used for rotor blades, wheels, bolts; Inconel X-750® is also used for rocket-engine thrust chambers. Airframe applications include thrust reversers and hot-air ducting systems.
Incoloy 800® is a nickel-chromium alloy with good strength and excellent resistance to oxidation and carburization. The alloy maintains stable structure during exposure to high temperature, therefore incoloy 800® has good corrosion resistance to many acidic environments.
Incoloy 825® is a nickel-iron- chromium alloy with titanium, copper, and molybdenum. Incoloy® 825’s chemical composition provides great resistance to many corrosive environments, such as pitting, crevice corrosion, intergranular corrosion, and stress- corrosion cracking. Incoloy 825® has good mechanical properties from moderately to high temperatures. The hot- working range for Incoloy 825® is 1600 to 2150º F. The material has good weldability by all conventional processes.
Hastelloy C22® provides resistance to general corrosion, pitting, crevice corrosion, intergranular attack, and stress corrosion cracking. Inconel 22® can be used for many applications such as marine, power, chemical processing, pollution control, paper processing, and waste disposal industries. Hastelloy C22® contains chromium, molybdenum, tungsten, and iron which makes the alloy resistant to corrosion in stagnant or flowing seawater. The alloy is formed by gas tungsten-arc, gas metal-arc, and shielded metal-arc processes.
Inconel C-276® is a nickel-molybdenum-chromium alloy with excellent corrosion resistance in severe environments. Inconel C-276® is used in pollution control, chemical processing, pulp and paper production, and waste treatment.
Hastelloy B-2® is a nickel-base wrought alloy with excellent resistance to hydrochloric acid at all concentrations and temperatures. Therefore, it has great resistance to stress-corrosion cracking and pitting. Hastelloy B-2® is used for most chemical process applications in the welded condition.
Inconel HX®, also known as Hastelloy X® is a nickel- chromium- iron- molybdenum alloy with great resistance to oxidation. Inconel HX® is used for components such as combustion chambers, tail pipes in aircraft and land-based gas turbine engines, fans and rollers in industrial furnaces. Inconel HX® is available as bar, rod, billet, extruded section, plate, sheet, strip, wire, pipe, and tube. The alloy's oxidation resistance is outstanding up to 2200º F. For hot forming, the alloy should be heated to a starting temperature of 2150°F (1175°C). Inconel HX® can be welded by metal arc, gas-tungsten- arc, gas-metal-arc, and submerged arc processes.
Maraging 250™ (also referred to as Maraging C250™ and Vascomax 250™) is a vacuum induction melted plus vacuum arc melted, low-carbon, nickel-cobalt-molybdenum high temperature alloy capable of attaining yield strengths in excess of 240 ksi (1655 MPa) through a simple, low temperature heat treatment. Maraging 250™ exhibits good ductility at high strength levels and is readily welded.
Maraging C250™ is one of a family of "maraging" nickel steels (including Maraging 300™ and 350™) which are ductile in the solution treated condition and attains ultrahigh tensile strength by aging at temperatures in the range of 850/950°F (454/510°C).
Maraging 300® (also referred to as Maraging C300® and Vascomax C300®) is a vacuum induction melted plus vacuum arc re-melted, low-carbon, nickel-cobalt-molybdenum high temperature alloy capable of attaining yield strengths in excess of 270 ksi (1862 MPa) through simple, low temperature heat treatment at 900°F (482°C).
Maraging C300® exhibits good ductility at high strength levels. Maraging C-300® also displays excellent notch ductility and is readily welded.
Maraging 300® is one of a family of "maraging" nickel steels such as Maraging 250® & Maraging 350® which are martensitic yet ductile in the solution treated condition and attain ultra-high strength through a single low temperature aging treatment.
Maraging C350™ is a nickel-maraging alloy. Maraging C350™ is a relatively soft but tough material, therefore, readily machined and formed. The aging process of Maraging C350™ raises the hardness to a level sufficient for many tooling applications.Typical applications of maraging steels are missile and rocket motor cases, wind tunnel models, landing gear components, high performance shafting, gears, and fasteners.
Rene 41® is a nickel-chromium alloy that contains cobalt, molybdenum and some aluminum and titanium. Rene 41® has a high corrosion resistance, easily fabricated which makes Rene 41® usable to aircraft engine components such as turbine blades, wheels, combustion chamber liners and structural hardware. Rene 41®’s specifications are AMS 5545, AMS 5712, and AMS 5713.
Multimet N155® alloy is a solid-solution-strengthened superalloy with excellent high temperature strength and good oxidation resistance. Multimet N155® has been used in aircraft and land-based turbine engine applications. Multimet N155® can be hot and cold formed by different techniques, and is weldable by most standard methods.
Haynes 25™ has an excellent temperature strength and oxidation resistance to 2000 ºF. Haynes 25™ is hot formable between 1900 ºF- 2300 ºF. Also known as Alloy L605, it is better to cold-work Haynes 25™ for bending, spinning and drawing the components.
Haynes 188™ is a cobalt-base alloy with excellent high temperature strength and great oxidation resistance up to 2000º F. Haynes 188’s has good resistance to sulfidation and good metallurgical stability, therefore Haynes 188™ can be easily fabricated. Haynes 188™ is useful in gas turbine applications such as flame holders, liners, combustors and transition ducts.
Waspaloy™ is a nickel- base alloy with excellent high temperature strength and good resistance to oxidation at a temperature up to 1200 ºF. Waspaloy™ has higher stability and strength ranges than those available for alloy 718. Waspaloy™ can be heat treated in three-steps: solution treatment, stabilization and age-hardening.
MP35N® alloy is nickel-cobalt based alloy with a unique combination of properties. MP35N® alloy’s toughness, high strength, ductility makes the alloy exceptionally resistant to stress- cracking and crevice. It has also outstanding corrosion resistance in salt water, chloride solutions, mineral acids, and in hydrogen – sulfides.
MP159® Alloy is a nickel-cobalt base alloy with the same characteristics as the MP35N® alloy. MP159® has an excellent strength and ductility in temperatures up to 1100- 1200º F. MP159® has stress corrosion and corrosion resistant to crevice corrosion and hydrogen.
Alloy 6b also know as Cobalt Alloy or Stellite 6B® is a cobalt-base alloy with excellent corrosion resistance to severe conditions and high temperatures. Alloy 6b is used for doctor blades, valve parts, pump plungers, knives, and bearings. Alloy 6b is available in the forms of plate, bar, sheet, and fabricated shapes.
UNS K93600 also referred to by their trade names Invar 36® and Nilo 36® are nickel-iron alloys. The alloy retains good strength and toughness at freezing temperatures. Alloy 36 is used for measuring devices, laser components, thermostat rods, and transporting liquefied gases.
Invar 42® is a nickel iron alloy that is used for controlled expansion and magnetic applications. Invar 42® can be hot and cold formed, machined by processes similar to those used for austenitic stainless steels. The alloy is available in the following forms: Invar 36, Invar 42, Invar 48, Invar K, and Invar 77.
Kovar® alloy is an iron-nickel-cobalt alloy. Kovar® has been used for making hermetic seals with ceramic materials and glass. Kovar® has been used in power tube, microwave tubes, diodes and transistors.
UNS N08367 also commonly referred to as AL-6XN® alloy is a nickel-molybdenum alloy with excellent resistance to chloride pitting and crevice corrosion. AUNS N08367 retains high ductility and impact strength. UNS N08367 has been used for seawater heat exchangers, chemical process tanks and pipelines, offshore oil and gas production equipment, seawater heat exchangers.
Ni-Span C 92® consists of nickel, iron, titanium, and chromium. Ni-Span C 92® is not stainless, therefore, it will acquire a red-brown oxide film when exposed to outdoor environments.
Alloy A286® has high strength and good corrosion resistance; therefore, it is used for applications at temperature up to 1300º F. Alloy A286® can be hardened and strengthened by heat treatment. Alloy A286® has been used in jet engines, superchargers, turbine wheels, blades, casings, afterburner parts, and fasteners.
Incoloy® 330 is high in nickel and chromium that provides good resistance to carburization, oxidation, and nitridation. Incoloy® 330 is welded easily by all conventional processes; it can be formed hot (between 1750-1200º F) and cold. Incoloy® 330 is used for industrial heating furnaces, muffles, retorts, boxed and baskets.
Ti Grade 2 has moderate strength with excellent cold formability, weldability. This titanium also has excellent resistance to high oxidization.
Ti -6Al-4V is heat treatable and has high strength and ductility along with good weldability and fabricability.
Titanium Grade 7 is the most resistant to corrosion in reducing acids with physical/mechanical properties equivalent to Gr. 2. Grade 7 also has excellent weldability and fabricability.
Ti Beta C is a heat treatable, very high strength alloy with good resistance to stress and corrosion in high temperature.
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