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Nickel, Cobalt, and Titanium Alloys

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Main Applications

Bellows, diaphragms, gas turbines, and sensors


Product size range

Available ranges and shapes will change as per alloys types.Details described for Hastelloy-22, 276 ,Inconel 600 , 625 ,718 , X750 can be checked.

To see details of alloys, click one of the buttons below, and then click the name of an alloy that you would like to learn more about.

 

Click to see list of nickel alloys (Hastelloy, Inconel, Monel) Click to see list of cobalt alloys (Haynes, Incoloy, Waspaloy) Click to see list of titanium alloys (pure titanium, beta titanium) anium alloys (pure titanium, beta titanium)

Nickel Alloys

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The table below contains details of typical components. To see details regarding other components of a particular alloy, see the relevant detailed specifications page.

 

Alloy

Standard

Typical Chemical Composition (%)

Remarks

UNS

Cr

Ni

Mo

Co

HASTELLOY®*1

B-3®*1

N10675

1.50

Balance

28.50

1.50

Excellent corrosion resistance to hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, and other corrosive reducing environments. Also has excellent thermal stability, formability, and stress corrosion cracking resistance.

HASTELLOY*1

C-4

N06455

16.00

62.00

15.50

2.00

Corrosion resistance equivalent to C-276. Excellent high-temperature stability between 650°C–1040°C.

HASTELLOY®*1

C-22®*1

N06022

22.00

56.00

13.00

2.50

Extremely good resistance to reducing and oxidizing corrosive environments. Used in applications where materials are subject to repeated reduction and oxidation.

HASTELLOY®*1 C-276

N10276

15.50

57.00

16.00

2.50

Resistant to wide range of corrosive environments and welded parts also have good corrosion resistance. Also used in applications requiring strength in high temperatures.

HASTELLOY®*1 C-2000®*1

N06200

23.00

Balance

16.00

1.00

Good resistance to reducing and oxidizing corrosive environments. Compared to C-276, has excellent corrosion resistance and stress corrosion cracking resistance under certain fixed conditions.

HASTELLOY®*1 X

N06002

22.00

47.00

9.00

1.50

Extremely good balance of high-temperature strength at 1200°C, oxidation-resistant properties, and formability.

HAYNES®*1 214®*1

N07214

16.00

75.00

0.50

2.00

Excellent oxidation-, carburization-, and chlorine-resistant properties at temperatures up to 1260°C.

HAYNES®*1 230®*1

N06230

22.00

53.00

2.00

5.00

Good balance of workability, heat cycle resistance, oxidation-resistant properties, thermal stability, and strength compared to other main heat-resistant alloys.

HAYNES®*1 242®*1

8.00

60.00

25.00

2.50

Age-hardened alloy with excellent strength in temperatures up to 705°C. Also possesses oxidation-resistant properties, low thermal expansion properties, and high formability in temperatures up to 815°C, as well as excellent resistance in high-temperature fluoride environments.

HAYNES®*1 263

N07263

20.00

Balance

6.00

20.00

Age-hardened alloy with excellent formability in temperature range of 540°C–870°C, and excellent weldability.

HAYNES®*1 282®1

19.50

57.00

8.50

10.00

Super alloy that combines good weldability and workability with unrivalled heat-resistant properties.

INCONEL®*2 600

N06600

15.50

72.00

Excellent workability and strength. Used in wide temperature range of from ultralow temperatures up to 1095°C. Has particularly excellent oxidation-resistant properties and corrosion resistance under high temperatures.

INCONEL®*2 601

N06601

23.00

60.50

Provides excellent workability, corrosion resistance, weldability, and strength without the need for heat treatment. Used in wide temperature range from ultralow temperatures up to 982℃.

INCONEL®*2 625

N06625

21.50

58.00

9.00

1.00

Provides excellent workability when solution heat treated, and excellent strength, corrosion resistance, and weldability after heat treatment. Used in a wide range of temperatures from ultralow temperatures to 982℃.

INCONEL®*2 718

N07718

19.00

52.50

3.05

1.00

Precipitation hardening alloy with excellent corrosion resistance, oxidation-resistant properties, and high creep rupture strength.

INCONEL®*2 X750

N07750

15.50

70.00

1.00

Stable structure even when kept at high temperature for long periods. Good strength and resistance to carburization. Also has good corrosion resistance in damp environments, and excellent workability.

INCOLOY®*2 800

N08800

21.00

32.00

Stable structure even when kept at high temperature for long periods. Good strength and resistance to carburization. Also has good corrosion resistance in damp environments, and excellent workability.

INCOLOY®*2 825

N08825

21.50

42.00

3.00

Excellent resistance to corrosion due to both reducing and oxidizing acids (particularly sulfuric and phosphoric acid), stress corrosion cracking, pitting corrosion, and crevice corrosion.

INCOLOY®*2 925

N09925

21.00

44.00

3.00

Precipitation hardening alloy that demonstrates good corrosion resistance equivalent to I-825 in wide range of corrosive environments.

MONEL®*2 400

N04400

66.50

Provides strength and good workability, and also has good corrosion resistance in wide range of environments including seawater, acid, and alkalies. This is one of Ni alloys that has been widely used for many years.

MONEL®*2 K500

N05500

66.50

Precipitation hardening alloy with corrosion resistance equivalent to M-400, and higher strength and hardness. Completely non-magnetic even at ultralow temperature of -100°C.

NI SPAN C®*2 902

N09902

5.33

42.25

Precipitation hardening Ni-Fe-Cr alloy. Modulus of elasticity can be kept constant between -45°C and 60°C depending on cold-rolling reduction rate and heat treatment conditions.

NIMONIC®*2 90

N07090

19.50

53.00

18.00

Precipitation hardening alloy with excellent corrosion and oxidation resistance, and high creep properties in temperatures up to 920°C

RENE®*2 41

N07041

19.00

52.00

10.00

11.00

Precipitation hardening alloy with high strength in the temperature range of 649°C–982°C.

WASPALOY®*3

N07001

19.50

54.00

4.25

13.50

High-temperature strength, and excellent resistance to high-temperature corrosion and sulfuration at temperatures up to 982°C.

*1 Registered trademark of Haynes International, Inc. Also available as an equivalent product.

*2 Registered trademark of Special Metals Corporation. Also available as an equivalent product.

 

 

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Cobalt Alloys

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The table below contains details of typical components. To see details regarding other components of a particular alloy, see the relevant detailed specifications page.

Alloy

Standard

Typical Chemical Composition (%)

Remarks

UNS

Cr

Ni

Mo

Co

MP35N®*4

R30035

20.00

35.00

9.75

Balance

High strength; good resistance to sulfides, high-temperature oxidation, and hydrogen embrittlement; and excellent corrosion resistance.

HAYNES®*1 25 (L605)

R30605

20.00

10.00

51.00

Good strength, carburization resistance, and oxidation-resistant properties in high-temperature atmospheres. Often used in jet engine components and afterburner parts.

HAYNES®*1 188*2

R30188

22.00

22.00

39.00

Provides high strength, and better thermal stability and oxidation-resistant properties than HAYNES. Also has good sulfide resistance.

*1 Registered trademark of Haynes International, Inc. Also available as an equivalent product.

*2 Registered trademark of Special Metals Corporation. Also available as an equivalent product.

*3 Registered trademark of  United Technologies, Inc. Also available as an equivalent product. 

*4 Registered trademark of  Standard Pressed Steel. Also available as an equivalent product.

 

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Titanium Alloys

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The table below contains details of typical components. To see details regarding other components of a particular alloy, see the relevant detailed specifications page.

Alloy

Standard

Typical Chemical Composition (%)

Remarks

UNS

C

Fe

Al

Ti

Grade 1 Titanium

R50250

0.10

0.20

Balance

Pure titanium with a high degree of purity. Acquires elongation properties suitable for deep drawing via appropriate control of crystal granularity.

Grade 2 Titanium

R50400

0.10

0.30

Balance

Pure titanium grade used in applications requiring elongation and formability.

Grade 4 Titanium

R50700

0.10

0.50

Balance

Pure titanium with high strength.

Grade 7 Titanium

R52400

0.10

0.20

Balance

A titanium alloy with excellent weldability, workability, and corrosion resistance.

Grade 11 Titanium

R52250

0.10

0.20

Balance

A titanium alloy with corrosion resistance in chloride environments.

Beta 21S

0.05

0.015

3.00

Balance

Metastable beta titanium that can be cold worked and has high oxidation-resistant properties.

3-2.5 (Grade 9)

R56320

0.005

0.012

3.00

Balance

Alpha and beta titanium with excellent weldability, workability, and corrosion resistance.

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