High Performance Alloys, Inc. Haynes 25® / L605 Strip

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Haynes 25® / L605 - Strip - High Performance Alloys, Inc.
Tipton, IN, United States
Haynes 25® / L605 Strip
High Performance Alloys stocks and produces HAYNES 25 (L605) in this grade in the following forms: Bar, wire, fasteners and forgings. Nominal Chemistry The major alloying elements are as follows: Cobalt 50%, Chromium 20%, Tungsten 15% and Nickel 10%. Features Outstanding high temperature strength Oxidation resistant to 1800° F Galling resistant Resistant to marine environments, acids and body fluids Applications Gas turbine engine combustion chambers and afterburners High temperature ball bearings and bearing races Springs Heart valves
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Inconel® 600 - Strip - High Performance Alloys, Inc.
Tipton, IN, United States
Inconel® 600 Strip
Inconel 600 is a nickel-chromium alloy with good oxidation resistance at higher temperatures, with good resistance in carburizing and chloride containing environments. Inconel 600 is a nickel-chromium alloy designed for use from cryogenic to elevated temperatures in the range of 2000 deg F(1093 deg C). The high nickel content of the alloy enables it to retain considerable resistance under reducing conditions and makes it resistant to corrosion by a number of organic and inorganic compounds. The nickel content gives it excellent resistance to chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking and also provides excellent resistance to alkaline solutions. Its chromium content gives the alloy resistance to sulfur compounds and various oxidizing environments. The chromium content of the alloy makes it superior to commercially pure nickel under oxidizing conditions. In strong oxidizing solutions like hot, concentrated nitric acid, 600 has poor resistance. Alloy 600 is relatively un-attacked by the majority of neutral and alkaline salt solutions and is used in some caustic environments. The alloy resists steam and mixtures of steam, air and carbon dioxide. Alloy 600 is non-magnetic, has excellent mechanical properties and a combination of high strength and good workability and is readily weldable. Inconel 600 exhibits cold forming characteristics normally associated with chromium-nickel stainless steels. Typical corrosion applications include titanium dioxide production (chloride route), perchlorethylene syntheses, vinyl chloride monomer (VCM), and magnesium chloride. Alloy 600 is used in chemical and food processing, heat treating, phenol condensers, soap manufacture, vegetable and fatty acid vessels and many more.
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Nitronic® 60 / HPA N60 - Strip - High Performance Alloys, Inc.
Tipton, IN, United States
Nitronic® 60 / HPA N60 Strip
Nitronic 60 is truly an all purpose metal. This fully austenitic alloy was originally designed as a temperature alloy, and subsequently has good high temperature properties for temperatures around 1800ºF. The oxidation resistance of Nitronic 60 is similar to Type 309 S.S., and far superior to Type 304S.S. This grade is best known for its wear and galling resistance. The additions of Silicon and Manganese have given this alloy a matrix to inhibit wear, galling, and fretting even in the annealed condition. Higher strengths are attainable through cold working the material and is still fully austenitic after severe cold-working. This working does not enhance the anti-galling properties as is normal for carbon steels and some stainless steels. The benefit to the cold or hot work put into the material is added strength and hardness, and the wear resistance does not decrease noticeably. Chromium and Nickel additions give it comparable corrosion to 304 and 316 stainless steels, while having approximately twice the yield strength. The high mechanical strength in annealed parts permits use of reduced cross sections for weight, and cost reductions through the use of thinner stock. Several data sheets are available on the wear compatibility of this alloy with dissimilar couples, as well as self-mated coupled results. If your galling problem occurs at less than 1500ºF, then you should think about switching to this alloy. Nitronic 60 has a better cost advantage than any other alloy available. Other materials require an additional amount of heat treating to raise their hardness, where NITRONIC 60 is excellent in the annealed condition.
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Product Category Metal Shapes and Stock Metal Shapes and Stock Metal Shapes and Stock
Product Number Strip Strip Strip
Product Name Haynes 25® / L605 Inconel® 600 Nitronic® 60 / HPA N60
Type Cobalt; Alloy; Miscellaneous Nonferrous Metal or Alloy Nickel; Alloy; Miscellaneous Nonferrous Metal or Alloy Stainless; Alloy
Specifications AMS; ASTM / ASME; UNS AMS; ASTM / ASME; UNS ASTM / ASME; UNS
Applications Abrasion Resistant; Chemical or material processing; Marine Chemical or material processing; Nuclear; Pressure Vessel (PVQ); Wear resistant parts or tooling Abrasion Resistant; Chemical or material processing; Marine; Wear resistant parts or tooling
UTS 125000 psi (861850 KPa) 90000 to 110000 psi (620532 to 758428 KPa) 95000 to 105000 psi (655006 to 723954 KPa)
Processing, Temper & Finish Wrought; Cold Finished, Rolled or Cold Drawn; Forged Wrought; Cold Finished, Rolled or Cold Drawn; Forged; Annealed Wrought; Ground / Machined; Forged; Annealed
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