Universal Wire Works Inc. Datasheets for Refractory and Reactive Metals

Refractory metals are a class of metals that are extraordinarily resistant to heat and wear and have extremely high melting points. Reactive metals have a strong affinity for oxygen and nitrogen at elevated temperatures and are highly resistant to corrosion at low temperatures.
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Product Name Notes
Aerospace Alloy -- AMS 5786 Hastelloy Alloy W welding wire is used extensively to join similar and dissimilar alloys of the cobalt and nickel base variety and other alloys used in high temperature service. Hastelloy...
Aerospace Alloy -- AMS 5789 Haynes Stellite Alloy No. 31 is a cobalt base alloy having very good stress-rupture endurance and creep strength properties. No. 31 can be welded with the gas tungsten arc, gas...
Bare Wire -- Commercially Pure Titanium These alloys are commonly referred to as commercially pure (C.P.) titanium with the level of impurities and mechanical properties increasing slightly from ERTi-1 to ERTi-4. C.P. Grade 2 titanium (ERTi-2)...
Bare Wire -- Universal 6AL-4V, 6AL-4V ELi This alloy is often referred to as "6-4" titanium and is probably the most widely used titanium alloy. 6-4 has high strength, ability to be heat treated, weld ability, excellent...
Aerospace Alloy -- AMS 4955 Titanium alloy 8A1-1Mo-1V filler metal is for gas-metal-arc and gas tungsten arc welding of base metals of similar analysis.
Aerospace Alloy -- AMS 5689 Universal 321 is a titanium stabilized filler metal used with the gas metal arc and gas tungsten arc processes. Universal 321 stabilized weldments are often subjected to severe corrosive and...
Aerospace Alloy -- AMS 4954 Universal 6Al-4V titanium alloy is often welded with the gas tungsten arc or gas metal arc welding process, provided adequate inert gas shielding of the filler wire and deposited weld...
Aerospace Alloy -- AMS 4951 Universal commercially pure titanium is extremely versatile for applications requiring high temperature resistance together with resistance to many chemical reagents. Commercially pure (cp) titanium has many unique properties providing industry...
Hard Surfacing Alloy -- Universal Cobalt Alloy No.21 Universal No. 21 is a cobalt-chromium-molybdenum alloy designed for covered electrode, TIG, MIG, hard surfacing applications. The work-hardening characteristics, high ductility properties, excellent resistance to impact and metal to metal...
Hard Surfacing Alloy -- Universal Cobalt Alloy No.1 Universal No.1 is a cobalt-chromium-tungsten alloy suited for applications requiring extreme abrasion resistance at elevated temperatures. excellent for resistance to corrosion and oxidation where impact resistance is not mandatory. Hardness...
Hard Surfacing Alloy -- Universal Cobalt Alloy No.12 Universal No.12 is a cobalt-chromium-tungsten alloy suited for applications requiring extreme abrasion and corrosion resistance with moderate impact. The deposited hardness range of Rc 48-52 remains intact under operating temperatures...
Hard Surfacing Alloy -- Universal Cobalt Alloy No.6 Universal No.6 is a cobalt-chromium-tungsten alloy suited for applications requiring extreme impact resistance at elevated temperatures, exhaust valve contact surfaces, hot and cold trimmer dies and pump shafts are some...
Aerospace Alloy -- AMS 4953 Universal Ti 5Al-2.5Sn titanium alloy is easily welded with the gas tungsten arc, gas metal arc or resistance welding processes. 100% joint efficiency can be obtained provided proper shielding procedures...
Aerospace Alloy -- AMS 4956 Universal titanium alloy 6Al4V (ELI) is similar to type 6Al-4V in chemical analysis with the exception of Extra Low Interstitial gases (ELI). By controlling these contaminating gases the fracture toughness...
Bare Wire -- Universal Ti-7 and Ti-0.2Pd Welds made with this alloy are probably the most corrosion resistant titanium welds used in industrial applications. Mechanical and physical properties are similar to ERTi-2 but extends the use of...