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Mar-07-23
Incoloy Alloy 800HT

INCOLOY ALLOY 800HT is a high-temperature alloy that is highly resistant to corrosion and oxidation. It is composed primarily of iron, nickel, and chromium, and also contains small amounts of copper, titanium, and aluminum. This alloy has excellent mechanical properties and is highly durable, making it ideal for use in high-temperature and high-stress environments.INCOLOY ALLOY 800HT is a highly versatile alloy that is used in various industries due to its excellent mechanical properties, high strength, and corrosion resistance. Its applications range from chemical and petrochemical industries to aerospace and power generation, making it an essential material in modern technology.

Incoloy alloy 800HT is a high-temperature nickel-iron-chromium alloy, also known as UNS N08811. Some international standards and specifications for Incoloy alloy 800HT include:
American standards: ASTM B407, ASTM B163, ASTM B515, ASTM B514, ASTM B407, ASTM B408, ASTM B409, ASTM B564, ASME SB-407, ASME SB-163, ASME SB-515, ASME SB-514, ASME SB-407, ASME SB-408, ASME SB-409, ASME SB-564
European standards: EN 1.4876, EN 1.4959, EN 10216-5, EN 10217-7, EN 10222-5, EN 10269, EN 10272, EN 10296-2, EN 10028-7, EN 10095, EN 10204-3.1
Japanese standards: JIS G3456, JIS G3459, JIS G3463, JIS G3448
Chinese standards: GB/T 14992, GB/T 14994, GB/T 15001, GB/T 15003, GB/T 15007, GB/T 15009, GB/T 15011, GB/T 15013, GB/T 15014, GB/T 15021, GB/T 15023, GB/T 15025, GB/T 15027, GB/T 15029, GB/T 15031, GB/T 15033, GB/T 15037, GB/T 15039, GB/T 15041, GB/T 15043, GB/T 15045, GB/T 15047, GB/T 15049, GB/T 15051, GB/T 15053, GB/T 15055, GB/T 15057, GB/T 15059, GB/T 15061, GB/T 15063, GB/T 15065, GB/T 15067, GB/T 15069, GB/T 15071, GB/T 15073, GB/T 15075, GB/T 15077, GB/T 15079, GB/T 15081, GB/T 15083, GB/T 15085, GB/T 15087, GB/T 15089, GB/T 15091, GB/T 15093, GB/T 15095, GB/T 15097, GB/T 15099, GB/T 15101, GB/T 15103, GB/T 15105, GB/T 15107, GB/T 15109, GB/T 15111, GB/T 15113, GB/T 15115, GB/T 15117, GB/T 15119, GB/T 15121.

BS:3072/JIS:NCF800H/UNS:N08811/W.Nr:1.4876

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INCOLOY ALLOY 800HT is widely used in various industries, including the chemical, petrochemical, and aerospace industries. Here are some specific applications of this alloy:
Chemical Industry: This alloy is commonly used in the production of chemicals such as sulfuric acid, nitric acid, and acetic acid. It is also used in the manufacturing of heat exchangers and reactors.


Mar-12-24
Inconel Alloy

Inconel nickel alloy
It is a solid-solution strengthened nickel-based deformed superalloy with molybdenum and niobium as the main strengthening elements. It has excellent corrosion resistance and oxidation resistance. It has good tensile properties and fatigue properties from low temperature to 980 �° C, and is resistant to salt spray. Stress corrosion in atmosphere. Therefore, it can be widely used in the manufacture of aero-engine parts, aerospace structural parts and chemical equipment. The alloy has good processing and welding properties, and can supply a variety of plates, bars, pipes, wires, strips and forgings


Mar-12-24
Incoloy Alloy

Incoloy is a nickel-chromium-iron alloy, which is a nickel-iron-chromium iron-nickel-based corrosion-resistant alloy designed for anti-oxidation and carbonization when the temperature rises. This alloy is used in high-temperature water vapor, including steam-air-CO2 In mixed gas, it has good corrosion resistance. In some high-temperature and high-pressure water media, its stress corrosion resistance is significantly better than 18-8 stainless steel and Inconel600; it also has good corrosion resistance in H2+H2S media. In the alkaline medium containing NaOH, its stress corrosion resistance is better than high-nickel alloys such as Inconel600.


Incoloy Alloy 903

Incoloy 903 is a high-temperature alloy material, also known as Inconel 903, which is a kind of nickel-based alloy. It is mainly composed of nickel, chromium, iron, cobalt, copper, titanium, aluminum and other elements. It has good high temperature strength, creep resistance and corrosion resistance, and is widely used in aerospace, petrochemical, energy and other industries under high temperature and high pressure environments. and other fields.
Following are some features and applications of Incoloy 903:
characteristic
High temperature strength: It has good strength and rigidity at high temperature, and can withstand stress and load under high temperature and high pressure environment;
Creep resistance: It can be used for a long time without deformation under high temperature and high pressure environment;
Corrosion resistance: good corrosion resistance in strong acid, strong alkali and other corrosive media;
Machinability: Incoloy 903 can be machined, forged and welded through a variety of processing techniques.
The international standards for Incoloy alloy 903 in various countries are as follows:
United States: AMS 5800, AMS 5801, AMS 5802, AMS 5803, AMS 5826, ASTM B166, ASTM B408, UNS N19903
Germany: DIN 17742, DIN 17754, W.Nr. 2.4633
United Kingdom: BS HR 6, BS 3076
Europe: EN 10095

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BS:HR 5/JIS:NW4893/UNS:N19903/W.Nr:2.4665

Incoloy 903 has a wide range of applications, mainly used in the following fields:
Aerospace industry: components such as aero-engines, aero-bearings, gas turbines, etc.;
Petrochemical industry: such as chemical reactors, high pressure vessels, steam generators and other equipment;
Energy industry: such as nuclear reactor components, heat exchangers, coal-fired power plant boilers and other equipment;
Other fields: such as the manufacture of high-temperature valves, heat treatment furnaces, medical equipment, etc.


Monel Alloy 404

Monel 404 is a copper-nickel alloy that has high strength and toughness over a wide temperature range and excellent resistance to many corrosive environments. The alloy also has low permeability and good brazing properties, low magnetic induction, and high strength.
Application fields:
Monel 404 is mainly used in chemical and petrochemical and marine development and other fields. It can be used to manufacture various heat exchange equipment, boiler feed water heaters, petroleum and chemical pipelines, containers, towers, tanks, valves, pumps, reactors, shafts, etc.

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UNS:N04404


Monel Alloy 401

Monel 401 has excellent strength and plasticity, and has good pressure processing performance in both cold and hot states. It is a corrosion-resistant alloy with large dosage, wide application and excellent comprehensive performance. The alloy has excellent corrosion resistance in HF and F2 media, and is one of the few important materials that can withstand hydrofluoric acid. An important feature of this alloy is that it generally does not produce stress corrosion cracks and has good cutting performance. A kind of Monel alloy, its alloy structure is a high-strength single-phase solid solution, 3 a nickel-based alloy similar to Monel 400, and the corrosion resistance of the metal is fundamentally obtained by hindering the migration of charged particles through the discharge process of hydrogen ions. Obtained, the addition of 30% Cu by mass fraction minimizes the corrosion rate of TH, Ni in F, Cl and other halogen element ionic media, and the higher the Cu content, the better the resistance to sulfuric acid and phosphoric acid. Adding mass fraction to Monel 401 55% Cu improves the corrosion resistance of the alloy in reducing acids.

Application fields:
Wirewound Resistors
bimetal contact
Electrical and Electronic Applications
Marine Engineering
Chemical and Hydrocarbon Processing Equipment
petrol and fresh water tanks
Distiller
degas heater
Boiler feed water heaters and other heat exchangers
Valves, pumps, shafts, fittings and fasteners
Industrial heat exchanger
Chlorinated solvents
Crude distillation tower

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UNS:N04401


Haynes 188 Alloy

Haynes 188 is a high-temperature, high-strength, and high-corrosion-resistant superalloy developed and produced by Haynes International in the United States. It is typically used in high-temperature, high-pressure, and corrosive environments. Haynes 188 alloy is renowned for its outstanding high-temperature strength and excellent corrosion resistance.
The main components of Haynes 188 alloy include nickel, chromium, molybdenum, iron, titanium, aluminum, and tantalum. The combination of these elements gives Haynes 188 extremely high heat resistance and corrosion resistance. It can be used at temperatures as high as 1095 and has excellent oxidation and thermal corrosion resistance. Additionally, Haynes 188 has good machinability, weldability, and castability, making it suitable for manufacturing components of various shapes and sizes.
The following are the international standards for Haynes 188 alloy:
United States: AMS 5608, AMS 5772, AMS 5801, AMS 5796, AMS 5797, AMS 5800, AMS 5879, AMS 6925, AMS 5803, AMS 5596, AMS 5708, AMS 5804, AMS 5806, AMS 5799, AMS 5836, AMS 5875, AMS 5954, ASTM B574, ASTM B574M, ASTM B435, ASTM B582, UNS R30188
Europe: EN 2.4683, EN 2.4684, EN 2.4694
Germany: DIN 17743
France: AFNOR Z 20 CNDT 35.20, AIR 9165
United Kingdom: BS HR 203, BS HR 504, BS HR 505
Japan: JIS NW 5886

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GB:GH5188/JIS:NW 6190/UNS:R30188/W.Nr:2.4683

Haynes 188 is primarily used in aerospace, petrochemical, chemical, energy, and marine fields. In aerospace, Haynes 188 is commonly used to manufacture components such as turbine blades, combustors, and nozzles in turbine engines. In petrochemical, chemical, and energy fields, Haynes 188 is often used to manufacture petrochemical reactors, catalyst carriers, high-temperature pipelines, corrosion-resistant coatings, and oil extraction equipment. In the marine industry, Haynes 188 is commonly used to manufacture components in marine environments such as propellers and bearings.
Overall, Haynes 188 alloy has excellent high-temperature, high-strength, and high-corrosion resistance properties and is widely used in various industrial fields. It is an important superalloy material.


Haynes 242 Alloy

Haynes 242 is a nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy with excellent high-temperature strength, good oxidation resistance, and resistance to hot corrosion and thermal fatigue. It is typically used in gas turbine engine components, such as turbine blades, vanes, and combustor liners, as well as in industrial furnace applications.
Haynes 242 offers excellent high-temperature strength, with a minimum yield strength of 880 MPa and a minimum tensile strength of 1100 MPa. It also has good ductility, with a minimum elongation of 12%. In addition, it has good thermal stability and resistance to thermal fatigue, making it suitable for use in high-temperature applications.
Haynes 242 also has good resistance to oxidation and hot corrosion, which makes it suitable for use in gas turbine engine components that are exposed to high-temperature and corrosive environments. It has a maximum HB hardness of 300 and excellent fatigue strength at high temperatures.
Haynes 242 is typically available in the form of sheet, plate, bar, and wire. It can be machined using conventional methods and is weldable using standard welding techniques.
Overall, Haynes 242 is a high-strength, high-temperature alloy with excellent resistance to oxidation and hot corrosion, making it ideal for use in gas turbine engine components and industrial furnace applications.
Here are the national standards for Haynes 242 alloy:
United States: AMS 5708, AMS 5776, AMS 5777, AMS 5853, AMS 5854, AMS 5857, AMS 5858, AMS 5895, AMS 5896, AMS 5897, AMS 5898, AMS 5965, AMS 5966, AMS 5967, AMS 5968, AMS 5969, AMS 5970, AMS 5971, AMS 5972, AMS 5973, AMS 5974, AMS 5975, AMS 5976, AMS 5977, AMS 5978, AMS 5979, AMS 5980, AMS 5981, ASTM B435, ASTM B572, UNS R30556
Europe: EN 2.4683
Germany: DIN 17743, VdTÃ??V 435
United Kingdom: BS HR 202, BS HR 501, BS HR 502
Japan: JIS NW 6242

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GB/JIS:NW 625/UNS:N10242/W.Nr:2.4683

Haynes 242 is typically used in gas turbine engine components, such as turbine blades, vanes, and combustor liners. It is also used in industrial furnace applications, including muffles, retorts, and heat treating fixtures.
The high-temperature strength and excellent resistance to oxidation and hot corrosion make Haynes 242 an ideal material for use in high-temperature and corrosive environments. It is commonly used in aerospace, power generation, and industrial applications where high-temperature and corrosive conditions are present.


Haynes HR120 Alloy

Haynes HR120 is a nickel-based alloy with excellent high-temperature strength, good resistance to oxidation and thermal fatigue, and excellent creep resistance. It is typically used in gas turbine engine components, such as turbine blades and vanes, as well as in industrial furnace applications.
Haynes HR120 offers excellent high-temperature strength, with a minimum yield strength of 830 MPa and a minimum tensile strength of 980 MPa. It also has good ductility, with a minimum elongation of 14%. In addition, it has excellent creep resistance, with a rupture life of up to 20,000 hours at 760�°C.
Haynes HR120 also has good resistance to oxidation and thermal fatigue, which makes it suitable for use in gas turbine engine components that are exposed to high-temperature and corrosive environments. It has a maximum HB hardness of 290 and excellent fatigue strength at high temperatures.
Haynes HR120 is typically available in the form of sheet, plate, bar, and wire. It can be machined using conventional methods and is weldable using standard welding techniques.
Overall, Haynes HR120 is a high-strength, high-temperature alloy with excellent resistance to oxidation and thermal fatigue, making it ideal for use in gas turbine engine components and industrial furnace applications where high-temperature and corrosive conditions are present.
Here are the international standards for Haynes HR120 alloy:
USA: AMS 5538, AMS 5794, AMS 5795, AMS 5798, AMS 5859, AMS 5860, AMS 5936, AMS 5937, AMS 5960, AMS 5961, AMS 5977, AMS 5978, AMS 5979, AMS 5980, AMS 5981, AMS 5990, AMS 5991, ASTM B435, ASTM B582, UNS N08120
Europe: EN 2.4869
Germany: DIN 17742
UK: BS HR 206
Japan: JIS NW 6888

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GB/JIS/UNS:N08120/W.Nr

Haynes HR120 is a high-strength, high-temperature alloy that is commonly used in gas turbine engine components and industrial furnace applications where high-temperature and corrosive environments are present. It offers excellent high-temperature strength, good ductility, and excellent creep resistance. The following are some of the specific applications of Haynes HR120:
Gas turbine engine components: Haynes HR120 is often used in the manufacture of turbine blades, vanes, and other components in gas turbine engines. Its high-temperature strength, excellent creep resistance, and resistance to thermal fatigue make it ideal for use in this application.


Mar-12-24
Hastelloy

Hastelloy is a nickel-based corrosion-resistant alloy, which is mainly divided into two categories: nickel-chromium alloy and nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy. Hastelloy has good corrosion resistance and thermal stability, and is mostly used in aviation, chemical fields, etc.


Incoloy Alloy 800H

Incoloy alloy 800, also known as UNS N08800, is a nickel-iron-chromium alloy with high strength and excellent resistance to oxidation and carburization at high temperatures. It has a high level of resistance to corrosion in many environments, including acids, alkalis, and seawater. Incoloy alloy 800 has a chemical composition of approximately 32% nickel, 21% chromium, and 46% iron, with small amounts of carbon, aluminum, and titanium. It has good mechanical properties and can be easily formed, machined, and welded.The alloy's excellent high-temperature strength and oxidation resistance make it suitable for use in heat-treating equipment such as baskets, trays, and fixtures.
Incoloy alloy 800H is a high-temperature nickel-iron-chromium alloy, also known as UNS N08810. Some international standards and specifications for Incoloy alloy 800H include:
American standards: ASTM B407, ASTM B163, ASTM B515, ASTM B514, ASTM B407, ASTM B408, ASTM B409, ASTM B564, ASME SB-407, ASME SB-163, ASME SB-515, ASME SB-514, ASME SB-407, ASME SB-408, ASME SB-409, ASME SB-564
European standards: EN 1.4958, EN 1.4959, EN 10216-5, EN 10217-7, EN 10222-5, EN 10269, EN 10272, EN 10296-2, EN 10028-7, EN 10095, EN 10204-3.1
Japanese standards: JIS G3456, JIS G3459, JIS G3463, JIS G3448
Chinese standards: GB/T 14992, GB/T 14994, GB/T 15001, GB/T 15003, GB/T 15007, GB/T 15009, GB/T 15011, GB/T 15013, GB/T 15014, GB/T 15021, GB/T 15023, GB/T 15025, GB/T 15027, GB/T 15029, GB/T 15031, GB/T 15033, GB/T 15037, GB/T 15039, GB/T 15041, GB/T 15043, GB/T 15045, GB/T 15047, GB/T 15049, GB/T 15051, GB/T 15053, GB/T 15055, GB/T 15057, GB/T 15059, GB/T 15061, GB/T 15063, GB/T 15065, GB/T 15067, GB/T 15069, GB/T 15071, GB/T 15073, GB/T 15075, GB/T 15077, GB/T 15079, GB/T 15081, GB/T 15083, GB/T 15085, GB/T 15087, GB/T 15089, GB/T 15091, GB/T 15093, GB/T 15095, GB/T 15097, GB/T 15099, GB/T 15101, GB/T 15103, GB/T 15105, GB/T 15107, GB/T 15109, GB/T 15111, GB/T 15113, GB/T 15115, GB/T 15117, GB/T 15119, GB/T 15121.

GB/JISï¼?NCF800H/UNSï¼?N08810/W.Nrï¼?1.4958

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Incoloy Alloy 800HP

INCOLOY alloy 800HP is a high-performance nickel-iron-chromium alloy that offers excellent resistance to oxidation, carburization, and sulfidation. It is used in a wide range of high-temperature applications such as furnace components, heat exchangers, petrochemical processing equipment, and power generation. This alloy also has good mechanical properties, making it suitable for use in demanding environments.In conclusion, INCOLOY alloy 800HP is a high-performance nickel-iron-chromium alloy with excellent resistance to oxidation, carburization, and sulfidation. Its good mechanical properties make it suitable for use in demanding environments, and it is commonly used in a variety of high-temperature applications such as furnace components, heat exchangers, petrochemical processing equipment, and power generation.
American standards: ASTM B407, ASTM B163, ASTM B515, ASTM B514, ASTM B407, ASTM B408, ASTM B409, ASTM B564, ASME SB-407, ASME SB-163, ASME SB-515, ASME SB-514, ASME SB-407, ASME SB-408, ASME SB-409, ASME SB-564
European standards: EN 1.4876, EN 1.4959, EN 10216-5, EN 10217-7, EN 10222-5, EN 10269, EN 10272, EN 10296-2, EN 10028-7, EN 10095, EN 10204-3.1
Japanese standards: JIS NW 0800 (similar to Incoloy 800), JIS NW 0800H (similar to Incoloy 800H)
Chinese standards: GB/T 14992, GB/T 14994, GB/T 15001, GB/T 15003, GB/T 15007, GB/T 15009, GB/T 15011, GB/T 15013, GB/T 15014, GB/T 15021, GB/T 15023, GB/T 15025, GB/T 15027, GB/T 15029, GB/T 15031, GB/T 15033, GB/T 15037, GB/T 15039, GB/T 15041, GB/T 15043, GB/T 15045, GB/T 15047, GB/T 15049, GB/T 15051, GB/T 15053, GB/T 15055, GB/T 15057, GB/T 15059, GB/T 15061, GB/T 15063, GB/T 15065, GB/T 15067, GB/T 15069, GB/T 15071, GB/T 15073, GB/T 15075, GB/T 15077, GB/T 15079, GB/T 15081, GB/T 15083, GB/T 15085, GB/T 15087, GB/T 15089, GB/T 15091, GB/T 15093, GB/T 15095, GB/T 15097, GB/T 15099, GB/T 15101, GB/T 15103, GB/T 15105, GB/T 15107, GB/T 15109, GB/T 15111, GB/T 15113, GB/T 15115, GB/T 15117, GB/T 15119, GB/T 15121.

GB/JIS:NW 0800/UNS:N08811/W.Nr:1.4959

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Mar-12-24
Inconel 230

Inconel 230 is a nickel-chromium-tungsten-molybdenum alloy that offers excellent high temperature strength, oxidation resistance (up to 2100F), nitriding resistance, and long-term stability. Alloy 230 is a solid solution strengthened material that has excellent high temperature strength and good machinability at room temperature. It is especially effective for long-term applications at 1200�°F (649�°C) or higher, and is capable of extending the life of stainless steel and nickel alloys depending on temperature.
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The following are the national standard grades and specifications for Inconel 230:
United States standard grade: UNS N06230
Specifications:
AMS 5878: Melting stock for nickel-based high-temperature alloys.
AMS 5879: 230 alloy forgings and forging stock.
AMS 5968: 230 alloy bars and wire.
ASTM B564: Standard specification for forged fittings, flanges, and valves and parts for high-temperature service.
ASME SB-564: Same as above.
European standard grade: NiCr22Mo16Al (2.4733)
Specifications:
EN 10095: Technical delivery conditions for hot rolled and forged stainless steel and heat-resisting steel and hot finished structural hollow sections.
EN 10269: Technical delivery conditions for high-temperature and corrosion-resistant steels.
EN 10002-1: Method of tensile testing of metals.
EN 10002-5: Method of compressive testing of metallic materials.
Japanese standard grade: NCF 230
Specifications:
JIS G4902: Standard specification for seamless and welded nickel alloy pipes and tubes.
JIS G4903: Standard specification for seamless and welded nickel alloy pipes and tubes.
Chinese standard grade: GH2302
Specifications:
GB/T 14992: Standard specification for seamless and welded nickel alloy tubes and pipes.
GB/T 14994: Standard specification for nickel alloy forgings.
GB/T 12771: Standard specification for seamless steel pipes and welded steel pipes for hydraulic transmission.
These specifications define the chemical composition, physical properties, processing, and testing requirements of Inconel 230 materials to ensure their quality and performance meet the standards.

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DIN:NiCr22Mo16Al;JIS:NCF 230;UNSï¼?N06230ï¼?W.Nrï¼?2.4733

Applications include surface gas turbine components and equipment, and equipment and components for petrochemical processing, heat treating, ore and metal refining.


Mar-12-24
Inconel 718

Inconel 718 alloy is a precipitation-hardening nickel-chromium-iron alloy containing niobium and molybdenum. It has high strength at 700 C, good toughness and corrosion resistance in high and low temperature environments. The delivery condition can be solution treated or precipitation hardened.
No matter in high temperature or low temperature environment, Inconel718 alloy has excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking and pitting corrosion. Inconel718 alloy is especially excellent in oxidation resistance at high temperature.
Inconel 718 is a high-temperature alloy with excellent corrosion resistance and high-temperature strength, commonly used in aerospace, energy, chemical, and marine engineering fields. The following are the common national standard designations for Inconel 718:
US standard designation: UNS N07718, AMS 5662, AMS 5663, AMS 5664, AMS 5832, AMS 5962, AMS 5596, ASTM B637, ASTM B670, ASTM B906, ASTM B983, ASTM B655, ASTM B751, ASME SB637, ASME SB670, GE B50TF15, GE B50TF14, GE B50TF14E, GE B50A714, SEW 555. European standard designation: EN 2.4668, EN 10216-5, EN 10250-4, EN 10263-4, EN 10269, EN 10302, EN 10305-1, EN 10308, EN 10312, EN 10314, EN 12266-1, EN 13480-5, EN 13544-2, EN 14456. German standard designation: DIN NiCr19NbMo, DIN 2.4668, DIN 17742, DIN 17754. French standard designation: AFNOR NC19FeNb, AFNOR NC 19 Fe Nb. British standard designation: BS HR 51, BS HR 52, BS HR 601, BS HR 602, BS HR 605, BS HR 506. Russian standard designation: �?�?�¡�¢ �­�?678, �?�?�¡�¢ 5632-72, �?�?�¡�¢ 9940-81, �?�?�¡�¢ 14955-77, �?�?�¡�¢ 22897-86.
Note: Standard designations may vary depending on the different standard organizations or countries.

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BS:HR 51;DIN:NiCr19NbMo;UNS:N07718;W.Nr:2.4668

1. Steam turbine
2. Liquid fuel rockets
3. Low temperature engineering
4. Acid environment
5. Nuclear engineering.


Monel Alloy 400

Monel 400 (UNS N04400, NCu30) The structure of Monel 400 alloy is a high-strength single-phase solid solution. It is a corrosion-resistant alloy with the largest amount, the widest application and excellent comprehensive performance. This alloy has excellent corrosion resistance in hydrofluoric acid and fluorine gas medium, and also has excellent corrosion resistance to hot concentrated lye. At the same time, it is also resistant to corrosion by neutral solutions, water, sea water, atmosphere, organic compounds, etc. An important feature of this alloy is that it generally does not produce stress corrosion cracks and has good cutting performance.
The alloy has excellent corrosion resistance in fluorine gas, hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, hydrofluoric acid and their derivatives. At the same time, it is more corrosion resistant than copper-based alloys in seawater.
â?² Acid medium: M400 is corrosion-resistant in sulfuric acid with a concentration of less than 85%. M400 is one of the very few important materials in durable hydrofluoric acid.
â?² Water corrosion: M400 alloy not only has excellent corrosion resistance under most water corrosion conditions, but also pitting corrosion and stress corrosion are rarely found, and the corrosion rate is less than 0.25mm/a.
â?² High temperature corrosion: The maximum temperature of M400 continuous work in the air is generally around 600�°C, and in high temperature steam, the corrosion rate is less than 0.026mm/a.
â?² Ammonia: Due to the high nickel content of Monel 400 alloy, it can resist corrosion under anhydrous ammonia and ammoniation conditions below 585�°C.
American standard designation: UNS N04400, Specifications: ASTM B164, ASTM B127, ASTM B165, ASTM B725, ASTM B163, ASTM B366, ASTM B164, ASTM B564, ASTM B164, AMS 4574, AMS 4675, AMS 4730, AMS 4731, AMS 4544, AMS 4574, AMS 4675, AMS 4730, AMS 4731, AMS 4544.
German standard designation: W.Nr. 2.4360, Specifications: DIN 17743, DIN 17750, DIN 17752, DIN 17753, DIN 17754.
Japanese standard designation: JIS NW4400, Specifications: JIS G4902, JIS G4903, JIS G4904, JIS G4905, JIS G4906, JIS G4907.
Chinese standard designation: NS111, Specifications: GB/T 2054, GB/T 2055, GB/T 2056, GB/T 2057, GB/T 2058, GB/T 2059, GB/T 2060, GB/T 2061.

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GB: NS111 ;JIS:NW4400;UNS:N04400;W.Nr:2.436

This alloy is mainly used for
1. Seamless water pipes and steam pipes in power plants
2. Sea water exchanger and evaporator
3. Sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid environment
4. Crude oil distillation
5. The pump shaft and propeller of the equipment used in seawater
6. The nuclear industry is used to manufacture equipment for uranium refining and isotope separation
7. Manufacture of pumps and valves used in the production of hydro


Monel Alloy K500

Monel K500 Monel alloy is a high-strength nickel-copper alloy with excellent corrosion resistance. Its main components are nickel and copper, and it also contains a small amount of beneficial elements such as aluminum, iron, and titanium. This alloy not only has corrosion resistance, but also has excellent mechanical properties, high strength, hardness and toughness, and can withstand high temperature, high pressure and corrosion in marine environments. Monel K500 alloy is widely used in marine and subsea oil and gas industry, machinery manufacturing, aerospace and other fields. Compared with other nickel-copper alloys, Monel K500 alloy is more corrosion-resistant. It can resist the erosion of nitric acid, seawater, alkaline solution and other media, and can also maintain stable performance under high temperature and high pressure conditions. Due to its low magnetic properties, Monel K500 alloy is also widely used in the electrical and electronic industries. In addition, it also has good weldability and processing performance, and can be formed and manufactured by various methods such as casting, forging, and cold working, so as to meet the manufacturing needs of complex workpieces in different industrial fields. In general, Monel K500 alloy has good corrosion resistance, high mechanical strength, excellent stability and comprehensive performance, and is a very excellent high-performance alloy material. With the continuous development and innovation of science and technology, Monel K500 alloy has a very broad application prospect in the future, and will bring more benefits to human production and life.
American standard designation: UNS N05500, Specifications: ASTM B865, ASTM B164, ASTM B127, ASTM B165, ASTM B564, ASTM B865, ASTM B366, ASTM B865, AMS 4676, AMS 4676, AMS 4677, AMS 4677, AMS 4678, AMS 4678, AMS 4679, AMS 4679.
German standard designation: W.Nr. 2.4375, Specifications: DIN 17743, DIN 17750, DIN 17752, DIN 17753, DIN 17754.
Japanese standard designation: JIS NW5500, Specifications: JIS G4902, JIS G4903, JIS G4904, JIS G4905, JIS G4906, JIS G4907.
Chinese standard designation: NS321, Specifications: GB/T 2054, GB/T 2055, GB/T 2056, GB/T 2057, GB/T 2058, GB/T 2059, GB/T 2060, GB/T 2061.

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GB:NS321; JIS:NW5500; UNS:N05500; W.Nr:2.4375


Incoloy alloy 020

INCOLOY ALLOY 020 is a nickel-chromium-iron-molybdenum alloy with excellent resistance to corrosion in a wide range of environments. This alloy has a high nickel content, which provides superior resistance to oxidizing chemicals and reduces the risk of stress corrosion cracking. INCOLOY ALLOY 020 also has high resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion, making it ideal for use in harsh chemical processing environments.
In conclusion, INCOLOY ALLOY 020 is a highly versatile alloy with excellent corrosion resistance and mechanical properties, making it suitable for use in a variety of industries and applications.
Incoloy alloy 020 is also known as Alloy 20. Here are some international standards and specifications for this alloy:
American standards: ASTM B473, ASTM B462, ASTM B729, ASTM B464, ASTM B729, ASTM B366, ASTM B462, ASTM B463, ASTM B464, ASTM B468, ASTM B729, ASTM B729, ASTM B729, ASTM B462, ASTM B729, ASME SB-473, ASME SB-462, ASME SB-729, ASME SB-464, ASME SB-366, ASME SB-462, ASME SB-463, ASME SB-464, ASME SB-468, ASME SB-729, ASME SB-729, ASME SB-729, ASME SB-462, ASME SB-729
European standards: EN 2.4660, EN 2.4663
German standards: DIN NiCr20CuMo, DIN 2.4660, DIN 2.4663
British standards: BS NA 24
Japanese standards: JIS NW 024 (similar to Alloy 20)
It's important to note that these standards may have slightly different compositions or properties than Incoloy alloy 020/Alloy 20, so it's important to verify that they meet your specific requirements before specifying them.
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BS:NA 24/JIS:NW024/UNS:N08020/W.Nrï¼?2.4663

INCOLOY ALLOY 020 is widely used in a variety of industries due to its excellent corrosion resistance and high strength. Some common applications include:
Chemical processing: INCOLOY ALLOY 020 is frequently used in chemical processing equipment such as heat exchangers, tanks, and piping.
Oil and gas: INCOLOY ALLOY 020 is used in oil and gas production due to its resistance to sulfur-containing gases and high temperatures.
Power generation: INCOLOY ALLOY 020 is used in power generation equipment such as boilers, steam generators, and turbine components due to its high strength and corrosion resistance.
Marine: INCOLOY ALLOY 020 is used in marine environments due to its resistance to seawater and other harsh corrosive environments.


Incoloy alloy G-3

Incoloy alloy G-3 is a highly corrosion-resistant nickel-chromium-iron alloy. It is designed for use in highly aggressive environments, such as chemical processing plants, petrochemical refineries, and nuclear power plants. The alloy exhibits excellent resistance to both oxidizing and reducing acids, as well as to chloride-containing solutions.
Conclusion
Incoloy alloy G-3 is a highly corrosion-resistant nickel-chromium-iron alloy that exhibits excellent resistance to both oxidizing and reducing acids, as well as to chloride-containing solutions. The alloy has high strength and excellent toughness, even at high temperatures, and is used in a wide range of applications in highly aggressive environments.
Incoloy alloy G-3 is a nickel-chromium-iron alloy with additions of molybdenum and copper. Here are some international standards and specifications for this alloy:
American standards: ASTM B582, ASTM B462, ASTM B472, ASTM B366, ASTM B462, ASTM B463, ASTM B472, ASTM B574, ASTM B575, ASME SB-582, ASME SB-462, ASME SB-472, ASME SB-366, ASME SB-462, ASME SB-463, ASME SB-472, ASME SB-574, ASME SB-575
European standards: EN 2.4619, EN 2.4650
German standards: DIN NiCr23Mo16Cu, DIN 2.4619, DIN 2.4650
British standards: BS NA 24
Japanese standards: JIS NW 6200

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BS:NA 24/JIS:NW 6200/UNSN06985/W.Nr:2.4619

Incoloy alloy G-3 is used in a wide range of applications, including:
Chemical processing plants: The alloy is used in equipment such as heat exchangers, valves, pumps, and reactors that are exposed to highly corrosive acids and other chemicals.
Petrochemical refineries: Incoloy alloy G-3 is used in equipment such as distillation columns, piping, and heat exchangers that are exposed to high temperatures and corrosive chemicals.
Nuclear power plants: The alloy is used in equipment such as steam generators and reactor vessels that are exposed to high temperatures and radiation.


Incoloy alloy 901

Incoloy Alloy 901 is a high-strength, heat-resistant nickel-iron-chromium alloy with excellent mechanical properties and resistance to oxidation and corrosion at elevated temperatures. This alloy is often used in gas turbine engines and industrial furnace components.Conclusion:
Incoloy Alloy 901 is a high-strength, heat-resistant nickel-iron-chromium alloy with excellent mechanical properties and resistance to oxidation and corrosion at elevated temperatures. It is commonly used in gas turbine engines, industrial furnace components, and aerospace applications. With its exceptional mechanical properties and chemical composition, it is a reliable and durable material for a wide range of demanding applications.
Incoloy alloy 901 is a nickel-iron-chromium alloy with additions of titanium and aluminum. Here are some international standards and specifications for this alloy:
American standards: AMS 5660, AMS 5661, AMS 5662, AMS 5700, AMS 5714, AMS 5870, AMS 5898, ASTM B462, ASTM B473, ASTM B649, ASTM B670, ASME SB-462, ASME SB-473, ASME SB-649, ASME SB-670
European standards: EN 2.4662
German standards: DIN NiCrFeTiAl, DIN 2.4662
British standards: BS HR 51
Japanese standards: JIS NW 4899

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BS:HR 51/JIS:NW 4899/UNS:N09901/W.Nr:1.4898

Incoloy Alloy 901 is widely used in gas turbine engines, industrial furnace components, and aerospace applications due to its excellent mechanical properties and resistance to oxidation and corrosion at high temperatures. Some of its typical applications are as follows:
Gas turbine engines:
Incoloy Alloy 901 is used in the hot sections of gas turbine engines, such as combustion liners, transition ducts, and afterburner parts, where high strength and resistance to oxidation and corrosion are required.
Industrial furnace components:
Incoloy Alloy 901 is used in the construction of high-temperature furnace components, such as radiant tubes, muffles, and fixtures. It offers excellent resistance to oxidation and corrosion, making it a reliable and durable material for these applications.
Aerospace:
Incoloy Alloy 901 is used in a variety of aerospace applications, including aircraft engine components, missile components, and rocket motor cases. Its high strength and excellent resistance to oxidation and corrosion make it a popular choice for these demanding applications.


Incoloy alloy 902

Incoloy Alloy 902 is a high-strength, heat-resistant, and corrosion-resistant alloy material with excellent mechanical properties and oxidation resistance. It is an iron-based high-temperature alloy composed of elements such as chromium, nickel, molybdenum, copper, aluminum, titanium, and zirconium.
The main features of Incoloy Alloy 902 include:
Corrosion resistance: Incoloy Alloy 902 has strong corrosion resistance and can resist the corrosion of many strong acids, alkalis, and saltwater environments. Therefore, it is widely used in the chemical, marine, and petroleum industries.
Oxidation resistance: Incoloy Alloy 902 has excellent oxidation resistance and can be used for a long time in high-temperature environments without failure. Therefore, it is widely used in equipment and devices operating in high-temperature oxidation environments.
High-strength performance: Incoloy Alloy 902 has extremely high strength and hardness, can withstand high stress and high loads, and is therefore widely used in high-strength fields such as aerospace, nuclear industry, etc.
Good machinability: Incoloy Alloy 902 has good machinability and can be formed and processed by various methods such as hot working and cold working, suitable for the manufacture of products in various shapes and specifications.
In summary, Incoloy Alloy 902 is an excellent high-temperature alloy material with excellent corrosion resistance, oxidation resistance, and high-strength performance. It is widely used in the manufacture of equipment and devices operating in high-temperature, high-pressure, and corrosion-resistant environments.
Incoloy alloy 902 is a nickel-iron-chromium alloy with additions of molybdenum and niobium. Here are some international standards and specifications for this alloy:
American standards: AMS 5221, AMS 5223, AMS 5225, AMS 5226, AMS 5230, AMS 5231, AMS 5542, AMS 5676, AMS 5717, AMS 5718, AMS 5719, AMS 5738, AMS 5801, AMS 5803, AMS 5804, AMS 5806, AMS 5580, ASTM B366, ASTM B408, ASTM B564, ASTM B649, ASTM B670, ASME SB-366, ASME SB-408, ASME SB-564, ASME SB-649, ASME SB-670
European standards: EN 2.4665
German standards: DIN NiCr21Mo14W, DIN 2.4665
British standards: BS HR 202
Japanese standards: JIS NW 4990

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BS: HR 202/JIS:NW 4990/UNS:N09902/W.Nr:2.4665


Incoloy Alloy 908

Incoloy Alloy 908 is a high-temperature, high-strength, and highly corrosion-resistant alloy composed of elements such as nickel, chromium, molybdenum, and iron. It is a single-phase austenitic alloy, typically formed by casting and forging.
Chemical composition: The chemical composition of Incoloy Alloy 908 is composed of elements such as nickel, chromium, iron, molybdenum, vanadium, manganese, tantalum, silicon, carbon, phosphorus, and sulfur. Nickel content is 40-45%, chromium content is 20-23%, iron content is 16-19%, and molybdenum content is 8-10%.
Mechanical properties: Incoloy Alloy 908 has excellent high-temperature and high-strength performance. Its tensile strength is 135 ksi (930 MPa) (minimum), yield strength is 70 ksi (480 MPa) (minimum), and elongation is 25% (minimum).
Physical properties: The density of Incoloy Alloy 908 is 8.14 g/cm�³, the melting point is 1338�°C (2440�°F), the thermal conductivity is 11.7 W/m�·K (100�°C), and the coefficient of thermal expansion is 13.7 �¼m/m-K (20-100�°C).
Corrosion resistance: Incoloy Alloy 908 has excellent corrosion resistance, especially in high-temperature, high-pressure, and highly corrosive environments. It can withstand the corrosion of corrosive media such as sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, and fluoride, and can resist chloride stress corrosion cracking (SCC).
The international standard designations for Incoloy alloy 908 include UNS N09908 and W.Nr. 1.4876. There are also corresponding standards and specifications in different countries and regions, such as AMS and ASTM standards in the United States, EN standards in Europe, and JIS and JPI standards in Japan.
Here are the specific standards and designations for Incoloy alloy 908 in different countries:
United States: AMS 5545, AMS 5546, AMS 5547, AMS 5549, ASTM B408, UNS N09908
Germany: DIN 17752, DIN 17753, DIN 17754, W.Nr. 1.4876
United Kingdom: BS HR 6
Europe: EN 10095
Japan: JIS H4551, JPI-SB46

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GB:HR 6/JIS:H4551/UNS:N09908/W.Nr:1.4876


310S Stainless Steel

310S stainless steel is a highly alloyed austenitic stainless steel that is designed for use in high-temperature applications. It contains a high percentage of chromium and nickel, as well as a low amount of carbon, which gives it excellent resistance to oxidation, sulfidation, and other forms of high-temperature corrosion.
Some of the key properties of 310S stainless steel include:
High-temperature resistance: 310S can withstand high temperatures up to 1150�°C (2102�°F) without losing its strength or corrosion resistance properties, making it ideal for use in applications such as furnace parts, heat exchangers, and kilns.
Corrosion resistance: 310S offers excellent resistance to oxidation, sulfidation, and other forms of high-temperature corrosion, as well as resistance to aqueous corrosion.
Strength and toughness: 310S has good strength and toughness, making it suitable for use in demanding applications.
Fabricability: 310S is easily formable using standard methods, and can be welded using common welding techniques.
310S stainless steel is commonly used in a range of high-temperature applications, including:
Furnace parts, such as burners, heating elements, and retorts
Heat exchangers and boilers
Kilns and other high-temperature processing equipment
Chemical processing equipment
Power generation equipment, such as gas turbines and exhaust systems
Overall, 310S stainless steel is a highly versatile and reliable material that is well-suited for use in a range of high-temperature applications where superior corrosion resistance and strength are required.
The following are some of the commonly used international standards for 310S stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A276/A276M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
EN 10095: Heat resisting steels and nickel alloys
JIS G4304: Hot-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
JIS G4305: Cold-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 4237: Hot rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip

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321 Stainless Steel

321 stainless steel is an austenitic stainless steel that contains titanium as a stabilizing element. This element helps to prevent chromium carbide precipitation, which can occur during high-temperature service, making it ideal for use in high-temperature applications.
Some of the key properties of 321 stainless steel include:
High-temperature resistance: 321 can withstand high temperatures up to 870�°C (1600�°F) without losing its strength or corrosion resistance properties, making it ideal for use in applications such as furnace parts and exhaust systems.
Corrosion resistance: 321 offers excellent resistance to corrosion, including aqueous corrosion and stress corrosion cracking.
Strength and toughness: 321 has good strength and toughness, making it suitable for use in demanding applications.
Fabricability: 321 is easily formable using standard methods, and can be welded using common welding techniques.
Some of the common applications for 321 stainless steel include:
Exhaust systems in automobiles, aircraft, and industrial equipment
High-temperature furnace parts, such as burners and heating elements
Chemical processing equipment
Jet engine parts
Heat exchangers
Overall, 321 stainless steel is a highly reliable and versatile material that is well-suited for use in high-temperature applications where superior corrosion resistance and strength are required.
The following are some of the commonly used international standards for 321 stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A276/A276M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
EN 10095: Heat resisting steels and nickel alloys
JIS G4304: Hot-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
JIS G4305: Cold-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 4237: Hot rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip

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Applied to open-air machines, heat-resistant parts of building materials and parts with difficulty in heat treatment in chemical, coal and petroleum industries that require high resistance to intergranular corrosion
1. Petroleum waste gas combustion pipeline
2. Engine exhaust pipe
3. Boiler shell, heat exchanger, heating furnace parts
4. Silencer parts for diesel engines
5. Boiler pressure vessel
6. Chemical transport vehicle
7. Expansion joints
8. Spiral welded pipes for furnace pipes and dryers


347 Stainless steel

347 stainless steel is a stabilized austenitic stainless steel that contains niobium, which helps to prevent intergranular corrosion that can occur during welding and exposure to high temperatures. It is often used in high-temperature applications due to its excellent resistance to oxidation and its ability to withstand high temperatures without losing its strength or corrosion resistance properties.
Some of the key properties of 347 stainless steel include:
High-temperature resistance: 347 can withstand high temperatures up to 870�°C (1600�°F) without losing its strength or corrosion resistance properties, making it ideal for use in high-temperature applications such as furnace parts and exhaust systems.
Corrosion resistance: 347 offers excellent resistance to corrosion, including aqueous corrosion and stress corrosion cracking.
Weldability: 347 is easily weldable using common welding techniques, and the addition of niobium helps to prevent intergranular corrosion that can occur during welding.
Strength and toughness: 347 has good strength and toughness, making it suitable for use in demanding applications.
Some of the common applications for 347 stainless steel include:
High-temperature furnace parts, such as burners and heating elements
Exhaust systems in automobiles, aircraft, and industrial equipment
Chemical processing equipment
Jet engine parts
Heat exchangers
Overall, 347 stainless steel is a highly reliable and versatile material that is well-suited for use in high-temperature applications where superior corrosion resistance and strength are required, and where welding is required.
The following are some of the commonly used international standards for 347 stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A276/A276M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
EN 10095: Heat resisting steels and nickel alloys
JIS G4304: Hot-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
JIS G4305: Cold-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 4237: Hot rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip

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Widely used in boiler, power generation, petroleum, chemical, synthetic fiber, food, paper and other industries. Heat exchangers for large boiler superheater tubes, reheater tubes, steam piping and petrochemical.


420 Stainless Steel

420 stainless steel is a kind of martensitic stainless steel, which has the characteristics of certain wear resistance and corrosion resistance, and high hardness.
420 stainless steel is a martensitic grade of stainless steel that contains chromium and molybdenum, making it corrosion-resistant and hardenable. It has good strength, hardness, and wear resistance, and is commonly used in applications where high strength and moderate corrosion resistance are required, such as in cutlery, surgical instruments, and dental equipment.
Some of the key properties of 420 stainless steel include:
Corrosion resistance: 420 has good corrosion resistance in mild atmospheric environments and in most mild chemical environments.
Hardness: 420 is a hardenable stainless steel and can be hardened by heat treatment, making it ideal for applications where high hardness is required.
Wear resistance: 420 has good wear resistance due to its high hardness.
Machinability: 420 has moderate machinability in the annealed condition, but is more difficult to machine in the hardened condition.
Some of the common applications for 420 stainless steel include:
Cutlery, including knives, scissors, and blades Surgical instruments, such as scalpels and forceps Dental equipment, including dental drills and hand tools Valve parts Pump shafts and bearings Overall, 420 stainless steel is a reliable and versatile material that is well-suited for use in applications where high strength, hardness, and moderate corrosion resistance are required.
Here are some of the most common international standards for 420 stainless steel:
ASTM A276: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes
ASTM A314: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Billets and Bars for Forging
ASTM A473: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Forgings
ASTM A580: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Wire
EN 10088-3: Stainless steels - Part 3: Technical delivery conditions for semi-finished products, bars, rods, wire, sections and bright products of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
JIS G4303: Stainless steel bars
GB/T 1220: Stainless steel bars

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434 Stainless Steel

434 stainless steel is a type of ferritic stainless steel that contains a higher amount of molybdenum compared to 430 stainless steel. This addition of molybdenum improves its corrosion resistance and makes it more resistant to pitting and crevice corrosion, especially in chloride-containing environments. It also offers good resistance to high-temperature oxidation and scaling.
Here are some key properties of 434 stainless steel:
Corrosion resistance: 434 stainless steel offers good resistance to corrosion, especially in chloride-containing environments.
Heat resistance: 434 can withstand high temperatures without losing its strength or corrosion resistance properties. Its high chromium content provides excellent resistance to scaling and oxidation up to 815�°C (1500�°F).
Weldability: 434 stainless steel can be welded using common welding techniques.
Machinability: 434 is not as machinable as some other stainless steels, such as 304, due to its high hardness and low ductility.
Magnetic properties: 434 stainless steel is a magnetic material.
Overall, 434 stainless steel is a corrosion-resistant and heat-resistant material that is well-suited for use in high-temperature and chloride-containing environments. Its higher molybdenum content provides superior corrosion resistance compared to other ferritic stainless steels, making it a popular choice in applications such as automotive exhaust systems and chemical processing equipment.
Here are some of the most common international standards for 434 stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A268/A268M: Standard Specification for Seamless and Welded Ferritic and Martensitic Stainless Steel Tubing for General Service
ASTM A554: Standard Specification for Welded Stainless Steel Mechanical Tubing
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
JIS G4305: Cold-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
Application fields:
Automotive exhaust systems and mufflers.
Heat exchangers and furnaces.
Chemical processing equipment.
Industrial drying ovens.
Kitchen utensils and appliances.
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444 Stainless Steel

444 stainless steel is a low-carbon, dual-stabilized ferritic stainless steel that is highly resistant to corrosion, especially in chloride environments. It is often used in applications where high corrosion resistance and good formability are required.
Some of the key properties of 444 stainless steel include:
Corrosion resistance: 444 stainless steel has excellent resistance to corrosion, especially in chloride environments such as seawater, brackish water, and chloride-containing acids and solvents.
Heat resistance: It can withstand high temperatures up to 950�°C (1742�°F) without losing its strength or corrosion resistance properties.
Formability: It has good formability and can be easily fabricated into various shapes and sizes.
Weldability: It can be welded using common welding techniques, and does not require preheating or post-weld heat treatment.
Cost-effective: Compared to other stainless steels, 444 stainless steel is a cost-effective option due to its lower nickel content.
Some of the common applications for 444 stainless steel include:
Automotive exhaust systems: It is often used in the manufacture of automotive exhaust systems due to its excellent corrosion resistance and heat resistance.
Industrial equipment: It is also used in various industrial equipment such as heat exchangers, tanks, and piping systems.
Kitchen appliances: It is used in the manufacture of kitchen appliances such as refrigerators, dishwashers, and ovens due to its good formability and corrosion resistance.
Overall, 444 stainless steel is a highly versatile and cost-effective material that is ideal for use in corrosive environments where high corrosion resistance and good formability are required.
Here are some of the most common international standards for 444 stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A268/A268M: Standard Specification for Seamless and Welded Ferritic and Martensitic Stainless Steel Tubing for General Service
ASTM A554: Standard Specification for Welded Stainless Steel Mechanical Tubing
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
JIS G4305: Cold-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
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444 stainless steel is generally used to manufacture stress corrosion resistant equipment, video machinery, automotive engine exhaust pipe storage tanks, solar water heaters, printing and dyeing machinery, heat exchangers, etc.


2205SS Stainless Steel

2205 stainless steel, also known as duplex stainless steel, is a type of stainless steel that is characterized by its two-phase microstructure consisting of both austenitic and ferritic phases. This combination of phases provides the alloy with improved strength and corrosion resistance compared to standard austenitic stainless steels.
Some of the key properties of 2205 stainless steel include:
High strength: 2205 stainless steel has excellent strength properties, making it suitable for use in demanding applications such as structural components and pressure vessels.
Corrosion resistance: 2205 stainless steel provides good corrosion resistance in a variety of environments, including chloride-containing and acidic environments.
Weldability: 2205 stainless steel is easily weldable using common welding techniques and does not require preheating or post-weld heat treatment.
Fatigue resistance: 2205 stainless steel has good fatigue resistance, which makes it suitable for use in applications where cyclic loading is present.

High toughness: 2205 stainless steel exhibits high toughness even at low temperatures, making it suitable for use in cryogenic applications.
Overall, 2205 stainless steel is a highly versatile material that offers excellent strength and corrosion resistance properties, making it ideal for use in a wide range of demanding applications.
Here are some of the most common international standards for 2205 duplex stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A789/A789M: Standard Specification for Seamless and Welded Ferritic/Austenitic Stainless Steel Tubing for General Service
ASTM A790/A790M: Standard Specification for Seamless and Welded Ferritic/Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipe
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
EN 10216-5: Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes - Technical delivery conditions - Part 5: Stainless steel tubes
NACE MR0175: Sulfide stress cracking-resistant metallic materials for oilfield equipment
NORSOK MDS D45: Qualification of manufacturers of duplex stainless steels
UNS S31803/S32205: Unified numbering system designations for duplex stainless steels

We can provide the following form:2205 stainless steel coil; 2205 stainless stee strip;2205 stainless stee plate; 2205stainless steel sheets; 2205 stainless steel tubes; 2205stainless steel pipe;2205 stainless steel flat; 2205 stainless steel bar


317L Stainless Steel

317L stainless steel is an austenitic stainless steel that contains a low carbon content and higher amounts of molybdenum and nickel compared to 304 stainless steel. The low carbon content of 317L reduces the risk of intergranular corrosion caused by sensitization during welding or high-temperature exposure.
The higher nickel and molybdenum content of 317L provide superior resistance to corrosion in harsh environments, particularly those containing chlorides or other halides. This makes it suitable for use in chemical processing, pulp and paper manufacturing, and oil and gas refining applications.
317L stainless steel offers excellent toughness, strength, and formability, and is easy to fabricate using standard methods. It can be welded using common welding techniques, and is often used to fabricate complex shapes and components.
Some of the key properties of 317L stainless steel include:
Corrosion resistance: 317L offers superior corrosion resistance in harsh environments, particularly those containing chlorides or other halides.
High-temperature resistance: 317L can withstand high temperatures and thermal cycling without losing its corrosion resistance properties.
Strength and toughness: 317L offers good strength and toughness, making it suitable for use in demanding applications.
Fabricability: 317L is easy to fabricate using standard methods, and can be welded using common welding techniques.
Overall, 317L stainless steel is a versatile and reliable material that is well-suited for use in a wide range of applications where superior corrosion resistance and high-temperature performance are required.
American Standard: ASTM A240/A240M-20a
European Standard: EN 10088-2:2005
Japanese Standard: JIS G4304-2005
Chinese Standard: GB/T 3280-2015
Here are some of the most common international standards for 317L stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A312/A312M: Standard Specification for Seamless, Welded, and Heavily Cold Worked Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipes
ASTM A403/A403M: Standard Specification for Wrought Austenitic Stainless Steel Piping Fittings
ASTM A479/A479M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes for Use in Boilers and Other Pressure Vessels
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
JIS G4304: Hot-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip

We can provide the following form:317L stainless steel coil; 317L stainless stee strip;317L stainless stee plate; 317L stainless steel sheets; 317L stainless steel tubes; 317L stainless steel pipe; 317L stainless steel flat; 317L stainless steel bar


409 Stainless Steel

409 stainless steel is a ferritic stainless steel commonly used in machinery, construction and other engineering. Due to the existence of austenite grains, its mechanical properties are greatly improved. And due to the addition of a lot of alloying elements, the strength and hardness are also greatly improved. It has good mechanical properties and high temperature corrosion resistance. It contains 11% chromium, the minimum required to form a passive surface film that makes stainless steel corrosion resistant. It combines good high temperature corrosion resistance with moderate strength, good formability and overall cost.

We can provide the following form:409 stainless steel coil; 409 stainless stee strip;409 stainless stee plate; 409 stainless steel sheets; 409 stainless steel tubes; 409 stainless steel pipe;
409 stainless steel flat; 409 stainless steel bar

409 is most commonly used in truck exhaust systems, agricultural equipment, and heat and gas turbine exhaust silencers.


Stainless Steel Coil

J series of 201 stainless steel | J1, J2, J3, J4, J5
J1: The carbon content is slightly higher than J4, and the copper content is lower than J4. Its processing performance is not as good as J4 material. It is suitable for ordinary shallow deep drawing and large angle deep drawing products such as decorative panels, bathroom products, sinks, and product pipes.

J2, J5: Decorative tubes are easy to process, high hardness (both above 96�°), polished and beautiful, but they are easy to burst when used for square tubes or curved tubes (90�°).

In terms of flat panel, due to its high hardness, the surface of the panel is more beautiful, and surface treatment such as frosting, polishing, and color plating can be carried out. But the biggest problem is bending, bending is easy to break, planing is easy to burst, so the ductility is not good.

J3: High carbon, low chromium and low copper, but because of its high carbon content and low copper content, the material is slightly harder, so it is not suitable for bending with a slightly stronger strength. Compared with 201 stainless steel J1 material, the ductility is not so good, and it is easier to rust in the same environment.

201 stainless steel coil

In the field of narrow bands, the emergence of 201 stainless steel J3 can better meet the requirements of pipe manufacturers for corrosion resistance and deformation. Because it can reduce the cost of raw materials for pipe manufacturers, it is sought after by pipe manufacturers in the narrowband field.

J3 material is easy to process in veneer, but not difficult. The master of the processing factory said that he used J3 material to bend the board, and there would be an inner seam after it was broken (for black titanium, color board series, sanding board, when it is broken apart, there will be an inner seam when folding). The material of the sink has been bent 90 degrees, and it will not work if it continues.

J4: The material of J4 is a relatively high-end variety in the J series of 201 stainless steel. It is suitable for deep drawing products with small angles. Most of the products that need deep drawing and salt spray test will choose it. Such as sinks, kitchen utensils, bathroom products, kettles, thermos cups, door hinges, pots, etc.


316Ti Stainless Steel

316Ti stainless steel is an austenitic stainless steel that is stabilized with titanium, which provides improved resistance to corrosion in high-temperature environments. Compared to standard 316 stainless steel, 316Ti contains a small amount of titanium, which stabilizes the material and prevents sensitization to intergranular corrosion.
The addition of titanium also enhances the material's resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion in chloride-containing environments, making it suitable for use in chemical processing, pharmaceuticals, and power generation applications.
316Ti stainless steel has excellent mechanical properties and is easily formable, which allows it to be used in a wide range of applications. It can be welded using common welding techniques, and is often used to fabricate complex shapes and components.
Some of the key properties of 316Ti stainless steel include:
Corrosion resistance: 316Ti offers superior resistance to pitting, crevice corrosion, and intergranular corrosion in chloride-containing environments.
High-temperature resistance: 316Ti can withstand high temperatures and thermal cycling without losing its corrosion resistance properties.
Strength and toughness: 316Ti offers good strength and toughness, making it suitable for use in demanding applications.
: 316Ti is easily formable using standard methods, and can be welded using common welding techniques.
Overall, 316Ti stainless steel is a reliable and versatile material that is well-suited for use in a range of applications where high-temperature corrosion resistance and mechanical strength are required.
American Standard: ASTM A240/A240M-20a
European Standard: EN 10088-2:2005
Japanese Standard: JIS G4304-2005
Chinese Standard: GB/T 3280-2015
Here are some of the most common international standards for 316Ti stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A276/A276M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes
ASTM A312/A312M: Standard Specification for Seamless, Welded, and Heavily Cold Worked Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipes
ASTM A479/A479M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes for Use in Boilers and Other Pressure Vessels
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
JIS G4304: Hot-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip

1) Equipment resistant to sulfuric acid, phosphoric acid, acetic acid, acetic acid;
2) petrochemical;
3) Electromechanical hardware;
4) shipyard;
5) Power plants;


410 Stainless Steel

410 stainless steel is a stainless steel grade produced in accordance with American ASTM standards, which is equivalent to 1Cr13 stainless steel, S41000 (American AISI, ASTM). 0.15% carbon, 13% chromium, 410 stainless steel: good corrosion resistance, machinability, general purpose blades, valves. 410 stainless steel heat treatment: solution treatment (�¢??) 800-900 slow cooling or 750 fast cooling.Features: high strength; excellent machinability; hardening after heat treatment; magnetic; not suitable for harsh corrosive environments.
410 stainless steel is a type of martensitic stainless steel that contains 11.5-13.5% chromium and has excellent corrosion resistance, high strength, and hardness. It is a magnetic material and can be hardened through heat treatment, making it suitable for use in various applications that require high strength and corrosion resistance.
Some of the key properties of 410 stainless steel include:
Corrosion resistance: 410 stainless steel is highly resistant to corrosion, including water, steam, and chemical environments. However, it is not suitable for use in highly acidic or alkaline environments.
Hardness: 410 stainless steel has high hardness and strength, making it suitable for use in applications that require wear and abrasion resistance.
Heat treatability: 410 stainless steel can be hardened through heat treatment, allowing for improved strength and hardness.
Magnetic properties: 410 stainless steel is magnetic and can be used in applications that require magnetic properties.
Some of the common applications for 410 stainless steel include:
Cutlery and kitchen utensils Valve components and pump parts Bolts, nuts, and screws Springs and bearings Medical instruments and dental tools Oil and gas equipment
Overall, 410 stainless steel is a highly versatile material that is well-suited for use in various applications where high strength, corrosion resistance, and hardness are required.
Here are some of the most common international standards for 410 stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A276: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes
ASTM A479/A479M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes for Use in Boilers and Other Pressure Vessels
EN 10088-3: Stainless steels - Part 3: Technical delivery conditions for semi-finished products, bars, rods, wire, sections and bright products of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
JIS G4303: Stainless steel bars
GB/T 1220: Stainless steel bars

We can provide the following the form:410 stainless steel coil; 410 stainless stee strip;410 stainless stee plate; 410 stainless steel sheets; 410 stainless steel tubes; 410 stainless steel pipe;410 stainless steel flat; 410 stainless steel bar

General blades, mechanical parts, tableware class 1 (spoon, fork, knife, etc.).


430 Stainless Steel

430 stainless steel is a general-purpose steel with good corrosion resistance. Its thermal conductivity is better than that of austenite, its coefficient of thermal expansion is smaller than that of austenite, it is resistant to thermal fatigue, and it is added with stabilizing element titanium, so the mechanical properties of the weld are good. 430 stainless steel is used for architectural decoration, fuel burner parts, household appliances, and home appliance parts. 430F is a steel grade with easy-cutting properties added to 430 steel, and is mainly used for automatic lathes, bolts and nuts, etc. 430LX adds Ti or Nb to 430 steel, reduces C content, improves processability and welding performance.

We can provide the following form:430 stainless steel coil; 430 stainless stee strip;430 stainless stee plate; 430 stainless steel sheets; 430 stainless steel tubes; 430 stainless steel pipe;
430 stainless steel flat; 430 stainless steel bar

Hot water tanks, hot water supply systems, sanitary appliances, household durable appliances, bicycle flywheels, etc.


409 Stainless Steel

409 stainless steel is a ferritic stainless steel commonly used in machinery, construction and other engineering. Due to the existence of austenite grains, its mechanical properties are greatly improved. And due to the addition of a lot of alloying elements, the strength and hardness are also greatly improved. It has good mechanical properties and high temperature corrosion resistance. It contains 11% chromium, the minimum required to form a passive surface film that makes stainless steel corrosion resistant. It combines good high temperature corrosion resistance with moderate strength, good formability and overall cost.
409 stainless steel is a ferritic stainless steel that contains about 11% chromium. It is commonly used in applications where high-temperature corrosion resistance is required, such as automotive exhaust systems and heat exchangers.
Some of the key properties of 409 stainless steel include:
Corrosion resistance: 409 stainless steel has excellent corrosion resistance to exhaust gas and atmospheric corrosion.
Heat resistance: 409 stainless steel exhibits good resistance to high-temperature oxidation and scaling.
Weldability: It is easily weldable and can be welded using common welding techniques.
Formability: 409 stainless steel can be easily formed into complex shapes using various forming techniques.
Cost-effective: It is a low-cost stainless steel and provides excellent value for money in various applications.
Overall, 409 stainless steel is a highly versatile and reliable material that provides excellent corrosion and heat resistance properties at a low cost, making it a popular choice in various industrial applications.
Here are some of the most common international standards for 409L stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A268/A268M: Standard Specification for Seamless and Welded Ferritic and Martensitic Stainless Steel Tubing for General Service
ASTM A554: Standard Specification for Welded Stainless Steel Mechanical Tubing
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
JIS G4305: Cold-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip


We can provide the following form:409 stainless steel coil; 409 stainless stee strip;409 stainless stee plate; 409 stainless steel sheets; 409 stainless steel tubes; 409 stainless steel pipe;
409 stainless steel flat; 409 stainless steel bar

409 is most commonly used in truck exhaust systems, agricultural equipment, and heat and gas turbine exhaust silencers.


430 Stainless Steel

430 stainless steel is a type of ferritic stainless steel that is commonly used in a variety of industrial applications. It contains chromium, which provides corrosion resistance, as well as other elements such as nickel and molybdenum.
Some key properties of 430 stainless steel include:
Corrosion resistance: 430 stainless steel offers good corrosion resistance in mildly corrosive environments, such as those found in food processing and indoor applications. However, it is not recommended for use in highly corrosive environments.
Heat resistance: 430 stainless steel can withstand high temperatures up to 815�°C (1500�°F) without losing its strength or corrosion resistance properties.
Formability: 430 stainless steel is easily formable, making it a popular choice for applications that require forming or bending.

Magnetic properties: 430 stainless steel is magnetic, which makes it a popular choice for applications that require magnetic properties, such as solenoid valves and transformers.
Some common applications for 430 stainless steel include:
Automotive trim and molding
Kitchen appliances such as refrigerators, dishwashers, and ranges
Indoor and outdoor architectural trim
Heat exchangers
Solenoid valves and transformers
Overall, 430 stainless steel is a versatile material that offers good corrosion resistance, heat resistance, and formability, making it a popular choice for a variety of industrial applications.
Here are some of the most common international standards for 430 stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A268/A268M: Standard Specification for Seamless and Welded Ferritic and Martensitic Stainless Steel Tubing for General Service
ASTM A276/A276M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
JIS G4304: Hot-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip

We can provide the following form:430 stainless steel coil; 430 stainless stee strip;430 stainless stee plate; 430 stainless steel sheets; 430 stainless steel tubes; 430 stainless steel pipe;
430 stainless steel flat; 430 stainless steel bar


Incoloy alloy 907

Incoloy Alloy 907 is a high-strength, high-temperature alloy mainly composed of nickel, chromium, iron, molybdenum, niobium and other elements. It has excellent corrosion resistance, oxidation resistance and creep resistance, and is widely used in aviation, energy, chemical and other fields. The following is the detailed introduction of Incoloy Alloy 907:
performance:
Corrosion resistance: Incoloy Alloy 907 has good corrosion resistance in various environments such as acid, alkali and salt.
Oxidation resistance: Incoloy Alloy 907 has good oxidation resistance at high temperature, and can resist oxidation, thermal corrosion and high temperature oxidation.
Creep resistance: Incoloy Alloy 907 has good creep resistance under high temperature and high stress.
Processability: Incoloy Alloy 907 can be processed by various processing methods, such as forging, heat treatment, cold working, hot rolling, etc.
The international standard designations for Incoloy alloy 907 include UNS N19907 and W.Nr. 2.4663. There are also corresponding standards and specifications in different countries and regions, such as AMS and ASTM standards in the United States, EN standards in Europe, and JIS and JPI standards in Japan.
Here are the specific standards and designations for Incoloy alloy 907 in different countries:
United States: AMS 5541, AMS 5542, AMS 5544, AMS 5548, ASTM B366, ASTM B408, UNS N19907
Germany: DIN 17750, DIN 17752, DIN 17753, DIN 17754, W.Nr. 2.4663
United Kingdom: BS HR 505
Europe: EN 10095
Japan: JIS H4551, JPI-SB46

We can provide the follwoing the form:Incoloy alloy907 coil; Incoloy alloy907 strip;Incoloy alloy907 plate; Incoloy alloy907 sheets; Incoloy alloy907 tube; Incoloy alloy907 pipe;Incoloy alloy907 flat; Incoloy alloy907 bar

BS:HR 505/JIS:NW4894/UNS:N19907/W.Nr:2.4669

Incoloy Alloy 907 is widely used in aviation, energy, chemical and other fields, such as:
Heat treatment equipment and furnaces in high temperature oxidation environment
Components of turbine engines and jet engines in aerospace
Reactors, distillation towers and other components of chemical equipment
Fuel elements in the nuclear industry, reactor internal structures, etc.
It should be noted that when selecting and using Incoloy Alloy 907, it needs to be confirmed according to the specific situation and comply with local standards and regulations.


304 Stainless Steel

304 stainless steel is a widely used austenitic stainless steel alloy that contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel. It is known for its excellent corrosion resistance, high strength, and good formability and weldability. 304 stainless steel is commonly used in a variety of applications, including kitchen equipment, food processing equipment, chemical processing equipment, heat exchangers, and architectural trim.
The composition of 304 stainless steel provides it with excellent corrosion resistance in a wide range of environments, including acidic and alkaline solutions, as well as high-temperature and high-pressure applications. Additionally, 304 stainless steel exhibits good resistance to intergranular corrosion, which can occur in welded parts due to the formation of chromium carbides at grain boundaries.
In terms of mechanical properties, 304 stainless steel has a tensile strength of around 515 MPa (75 ksi) and a yield strength of 205 MPa (30 ksi), making it suitable for use in high-stress applications. It also has a high elongation, which allows it to be formed and shaped without cracking or breaking.
304 stainless steel can be easily formed and fabricated using a variety of techniques, including cold and hot working, machining, and welding. It can also be polished and finished to achieve a variety of surface textures and appearances.
Overall, 304 stainless steel is a versatile and widely used material that offers excellent corrosion resistance, good strength and formability, and a variety of fabrication and finishing options.
The following are some of the commonly used international standards for 304 stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A276/A276M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
EN 10088-3: Stainless steels - Part 3: Technical delivery conditions for semi-finished products, bars, rods, wire, sections and bright products of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
JIS G4304: Hot-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
JIS G4305: Cold-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 4237: Hot rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip

We can provide the following form:304 stainless steel coil; 304 stainless stee strip�¯�¼?304 stainless stee plate; 304 stainless steel sheets; 304 stainless steel tubes
304 stainless steel pipe; 304 stainless steel flat; 304 stainless steel bar


304L Stainless Steel

304L stainless steel is a low-carbon variation of the widely used 304 austenitic stainless steel alloy. It contains approximately 18% chromium and 8% nickel and is characterized by its good corrosion resistance, high-temperature strength, and excellent weldability. The "L" in its name stands for low carbon, indicating that it has a lower carbon content than standard 304 stainless steel.
The low carbon content of 304L stainless steel provides it with improved resistance to intergranular corrosion and improved weldability, particularly in applications where it may be subject to sensitization, which can cause intergranular corrosion in certain environments.
304L stainless steel is commonly used in applications that require good corrosion resistance and high-temperature strength, including chemical processing equipment, food processing equipment, and heat exchangers. It is also used in architectural trim, dairy and brewery equipment, and pharmaceutical processing equipment.
In terms of mechanical properties, 304L stainless steel has a minimum tensile strength of 485 MPa (70 ksi) and a minimum yield strength of 170 MPa (25 ksi), making it suitable for use in applications where high strength is required. Its elongation is typically around 40%, which allows it to be formed and shaped without cracking or breaking.
304L stainless steel can be easily formed and fabricated using a variety of techniques, including cold and hot working, machining, and welding. It can also be polished and finished to achieve a variety of surface textures and appearances.
Overall, 304L stainless steel is a low-carbon variation of the widely used 304 stainless steel alloy that offers good corrosion resistance, high-temperature strength, and excellent weldability, making it a versatile material for a wide range of applications.
American Standard: ASTM A240/A240M-20a
European Standard: EN 10088-2:2005
Japanese Standard: JIS G4304-2005
Chinese Standard: GB/T 3280-2015
Indian Standard: IS 6911:2017
Here are some of the most common international standards for 304L stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A276/A276M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes
ASTM A312/A312M: Standard Specification for Seamless, Welded, and Heavily Cold Worked Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipes
ASTM A479/A479M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes for Use in Boilers and Other Pressure Vessels
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
JIS G4304: Hot-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip

We can provide the following form:304L stainless steel coil/strip/plate/sheets/tubes/pipe/flat/bar


316L Stainless Steel

316L stainless steel is a type of austenitic stainless steel alloy with a low carbon content, making it resistant to sensitization, which is the formation of grain boundary carbides at high temperatures, causing intergranular corrosion. The alloy is commonly used in various industries, including chemical, pharmaceutical, and medical, due to its excellent corrosion resistance and good mechanical properties.
The chemical composition of 316L stainless steel typically includes 16-18% chromium, 10-14% nickel, 2-3% molybdenum, and less than 0.03% carbon. The addition of molybdenum provides increased corrosion resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion, making it suitable for use in aggressive environments.
316L stainless steel is known for its high corrosion resistance to a wide range of chemicals, acids, and alkalis, and is particularly resistant to chlorides, making it an ideal material for use in marine environments. It is also known for its excellent high-temperature strength, which makes it suitable for use in high-temperature applications such as heat exchangers.
In terms of mechanical properties, 316L stainless steel has a minimum tensile strength of 485 MPa (70 ksi), a minimum yield strength of 170 MPa (25 ksi), and a minimum elongation of 40%, making it a strong and ductile material that can be easily formed and welded. Its resistance to high temperatures and thermal expansion make it ideal for use in high-temperature applications.
Overall, 316L stainless steel is a versatile and reliable material that offers excellent corrosion resistance, high-temperature strength, and good mechanical properties, making it suitable for a wide range of industrial applications.
American Standard: ASTM A240/A240M-20a
European Standard: EN 10088-2:2005
Japanese Standard: JIS G4304-2005
Chinese Standard: GB/T 3280-2015
Indian Standard: IS 6911:2017
Here are some of the most common international standards for 316L stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A276/A276M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes
ASTM A312/A312M: Standard Specification for Seamless, Welded, and Heavily Cold Worked Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipes
ASTM A479/A479M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes for Use in Boilers and Other Pressure Vessels
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
JIS G4304: Hot-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip

We can provide the following form:316L stainless steel coil; 316L stainless stee strip:316L stainless stee plate; 316L stainless steel sheets; 316L stainless steel tubes
316L stainless steel pipe; 316L stainless steel flat; 316L stainless steel bar


309S Stainless Steel

309S stainless steel is a highly corrosion-resistant austenitic stainless steel that contains a high amount of chromium and nickel. It also has a low carbon content, which gives it excellent resistance to high-temperature oxidation and sulfidation.
Some of the key properties of 309S stainless steel include:
High-temperature resistance: 309S can withstand high temperatures up to 980�°C (1800�°F) without losing its strength or corrosion resistance properties, making it ideal for use in applications such as furnace parts, heat exchangers, and kilns.
Corrosion resistance: 309S offers excellent resistance to oxidation, sulfidation, and other forms of high-temperature corrosion, as well as resistance to aqueous corrosion.
Strength and toughness: 309S has good strength and toughness, making it suitable for use in demanding applications.
Fabricability: 309S is easily formable using standard methods, and can be welded using common welding techniques.
309S stainless steel is commonly used in a range of high-temperature applications, including:
Furnace parts, such as burners, heating elements, and retorts
Heat exchangers and boilers
Kilns and other high-temperature processing equipment
Chemical processing equipment
Power generation equipment, such as gas turbines and exhaust systems
Overall, 309S stainless steel is a highly reliable and versatile material that is well-suited for use in a range of high-temperature applications where superior corrosion resistance and strength are required.
The following are some of the commonly used international standards for 309S stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A276/A276M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
EN 10095: Heat resisting steels and nickel alloys
JIS G4304: Hot-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
JIS G4305: Cold-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 4237: Hot rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip

We can provide the following form:309S stainless steel coil; 309S stainless stee strip;309S stainless stee plate; 309S stainless steel sheets; 309S stainless steel tubes; 309S stainless steel pipe; 309S stainless steel flat; 309S stainless steel bar


904L Stainless Steel

904L (N08904, 1.4539) super austenitic stainless steel contains 14.0-18.0% chromium, 24.0-26.0% nickel and 4.5% molybdenum. 904L super austenitic stainless steel is a low carbon high nickel, molybdenum austenitic stainless acid resistant steel. It has very good activation-passivation transformation ability, excellent corrosion resistance, good corrosion resistance in non-oxidizing acids such as sulfuric acid, acetic acid, formic acid, phosphoric acid, and good corrosion resistance in neutral chloride ion-containing media. Excellent pitting corrosion resistance, good crevice corrosion resistance and stress corrosion resistance. It is suitable for sulfuric acid of various concentrations below 70�¯�¿�½?�?�°C, and has good corrosion resistance against acetic acid of any concentration and temperature under normal pressure, and the mixed acid of formic acid and acetic acid.
Here are some of the most common international standards for 904L stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
ASTM A276/A276M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes
ASTM A312/A312M: Standard Specification for Seamless, Welded, and Heavily Cold Worked Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipes
ASTM B625/B625M: Standard Specification for UNS N08925, UNS N08031, UNS N08034, UNS N08932, UNS N08926, UNS N08354, UNS N08830, and UNS R20033 Plate, Sheet, and Strip
EN 1.4539: European standard for austenitic stainless steel with high molybdenum content
EN 10028-7: Flat products made of steels for pressure purposes - Part 7: Stainless steels
EN 10216-5: Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes - Technical delivery conditions - Part 5: Stainless steel tubes
EN 10217-7: Welded steel tubes for pressure purposes - Technical delivery conditions - Part 7: Stainless steel tubes
JIS G4304: Hot-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
JIS G4305: Cold-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
JIS G4312: Heat-resisting steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 4237: Hot rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 24511: Stainless steel and heat-resisting steel plate, sheet and strip for pressure equipments

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403 Stainless Steel

403 stainless steel pipe is a brand of stainless steel produced according to the American ASTM standard
403 is equivalent to 1Cr12 stainless steel pipe, containing 0.01% carbon and 12% chromium
403 stainless steel pipes belong to the international stainless steel labeling method. 403 stainless steel pipe--S40300 (American AISI, ASTM) 403 corresponds to the Chinese grade is 1Cr12
403 stainless steel is a martensitic stainless steel that contains chromium, which provides it with excellent corrosion resistance properties. It is a heat-treatable alloy that can be hardened to achieve high strength and hardness levels. However, its corrosion resistance is lower compared to other stainless steel grades such as 304 and 316.
Some of the key properties of 403 stainless steel include:
Corrosion resistance: 403 stainless steel offers good corrosion resistance in mild environments, but its corrosion resistance is not as good as other austenitic stainless steel grades.
Heat resistance: 403 stainless steel has good heat resistance and can be used at temperatures up to 649�°C (1200�°F).
Hardness and strength: 403 can be heat treated to achieve high levels of hardness and strength.
Machinability: 403 has good machinability in the annealed condition, but it can be difficult to machine in its hardened state.
Some of the common applications for 403 stainless steel include:
Pump shafts Valve parts Cutlery Surgical instruments Machine parts Overall, 403 stainless steel is a heat-treatable alloy that offers good corrosion resistance in mild environments and is well-suited for applications that require high strength and hardness. However, it is not recommended for use in corrosive environments or applications that require high resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion.
Here are some of the most common international standards for 403 stainless steel:
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications.
ASTM A276: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes.
ASTM A479/A479M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes for Use in Boilers and Other Pressure Vessels.
EN 10088-2: Stainless steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes.
JIS G4304: Hot-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip.
GB/T 3280: Cold rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip.

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Good stainless and heat-resistant steel for steam turbine blades and high-stress components.


440 Stainless Steel

440 steel is a martensitic stainless steel. The carbon content is 1.0%, and the chromium content is 16-18%. Strong anti-rust ability, high-quality stainless steel, 440 is high-strength knife steel, slightly higher carbon content, can obtain higher yield strength after proper heat treatment, hardness can reach 58HRC, belongs to the hardest stainless steel. The most common application example is "razor blades". There are three commonly used models: 440A, 440B, 440C, and 440F (easy to process)
440 stainless steel is a type of high carbon martensitic stainless steel that offers excellent hardness, wear resistance, and corrosion resistance. It belongs to the family of stainless steels that contains a high percentage of carbon (between 0.6% to 0.75%), which contributes to its hardness and strength.
Some of the key properties of 440 stainless steel include:
Hardness: 440 stainless steel has a high level of hardness, making it ideal for use in applications that require resistance to wear, abrasion, and deformation.
Corrosion resistance: 440 stainless steel offers good corrosion resistance, although it is not as corrosion-resistant as austenitic stainless steels.
Magnetic properties: 440 stainless steel is magnetic, which makes it suitable for use in applications where magnetic properties are required.
Toughness: 440 stainless steel has good toughness, which means that it can withstand impact and shock without cracking or breaking.
Some of the common applications for 440 stainless steel include:
Cutlery and knives: The high hardness and wear resistance of 440 stainless steel make it ideal for use in cutlery and knives.
Bearings and valves: 440 stainless steel is often used to make bearings and valves because of its high strength and resistance to wear and corrosion.
Pumps and turbines: The toughness and resistance to wear of 440 stainless steel make it suitable for use in pumps and turbines.
Overall, 440 stainless steel is a versatile and high-performance material that offers excellent hardness, wear resistance, and corrosion resistance. It is well-suited for use in applications where these properties are required, such as in cutlery, bearings, valves, pumps, and turbines.
Here are some of the most common international standards for 440 stainless steel:
ASTM A276: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes
ASTM A580: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Wire
JIS G4303: Stainless steel bars
EN 10088-3: Stainless steels - Part 3: Technical delivery conditions for semi-finished products, bars, rods, wire, sections and bright products of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
GB/T 1220: Stainless steel bars

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329 Stainless Steel Pipe

329 stainless steel is a duplex stainless steel with a higher strength and corrosion resistance than austenitic stainless steels. It belongs to the family of duplex stainless steels that contain two-phase microstructures consisting of austenitic and ferritic phases in roughly equal proportions. The combination of these phases provides 329 stainless steel with a unique set of properties, making it ideal for use in various industrial applications.
Some of the key properties of 329 stainless steel include:
Corrosion resistance: 329 stainless steel offers excellent corrosion resistance, particularly in environments containing chlorides and other halides, making it ideal for use in marine and chemical processing applications.
High strength: 329 stainless steel has higher strength than austenitic stainless steels and can withstand high stress and pressure.
Weldability: 329 stainless steel is readily weldable using common welding techniques and is not prone to weld decay.
Machinability: 329 stainless steel has good machinability and can be easily machined using conventional machining techniques.
Some of the common applications for 329 stainless steel include:
Marine applications: due to its excellent corrosion resistance in seawater environments, 329 stainless steel is often used in marine applications such as propeller shafts, pump parts, and fasteners.
Chemical processing: 329 stainless steel is commonly used in chemical processing applications due to its resistance to various chemicals and high temperatures.

Oil and gas industry: 329 stainless steel is often used in oil and gas production and processing equipment, including pumps, valves, and heat exchangers.
Overall, 329 stainless steel is a highly versatile and reliable material that offers a unique combination of strength and corrosion resistance properties, making it ideal for use in a wide range of industrial applications.
Here are some of the most common international standards for 329 stainless steel:
ASTM A276/A276M: Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes
ASTM A240/A240M: Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications
EN 10088-1: Stainless steels - Part 1: List of stainless steels
EN 10088-3: Stainless steels - Part 3: Technical delivery conditions for semi-finished products, bars, rods, wire, sections and bright products of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes
JIS G4304: Hot-rolled stainless steel plate, sheet and strip
GB/T 1220: Stainless steel bars

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2507 stainless steel

2507 stainless steel, also known as duplex stainless steel, is a type of stainless steel that contains high levels of both chromium and molybdenum, as well as lower levels of nickel. This combination of metals provides increased resistance to corrosion and high strength.
The chemical composition of 2507 stainless steel typically includes 25% chromium, 7% nickel, 4% molybdenum, and small amounts of other elements such as nitrogen and carbon. The high levels of chromium and molybdenum make it highly resistant to pitting, crevice corrosion, and general corrosion in a wide range of environments, including seawater, acidic and alkaline solutions, and chloride-containing solutions.
In addition to its excellent corrosion resistance, 2507 stainless steel also offers high strength and toughness, making it ideal for use in a range of applications that require high performance under demanding conditions. These applications include chemical and petrochemical processing equipment, oil and gas production equipment, and offshore platforms.
Overall, 2507 stainless steel is a highly versatile and reliable material that offers exceptional resistance to corrosion, high strength, and toughness, making it an excellent choice for a wide range of industrial and commercial applications.
The execution standards for 2507 stainless steel mainly include the following aspects:
Chemical composition: Standards such as ASTM A240, EN 10088-2, JIS G4305, GB/T 3280 define the chemical composition of 2507 stainless steel.
Mechanical properties: Standards such as ASTM A240, EN 10088-2, JIS G4305, GB/T 3280 define the mechanical properties of 2507 stainless steel, including tensile strength, yield strength, elongation, etc.
Corrosion resistance: Standards such as NORSOK MDS D55, ASTM A923, ASTM G48, EN ISO 10204 define the performance and testing methods of 2507 stainless steel in various corrosive environments.
Manufacturing process: Standards such as ASTM A928, EN 10217-7 define the manufacturing process and welding requirements of 2507 stainless steel.
The following are some of the execution standards for 2507 stainless steel established by major countries or regions:
United States: Standards such as ASTM A240, ASTM A789, ASTM A790, ASTM A928.
Europe: Standards such as EN 10088-2, EN 10217-7, EN 10216-5.
Japan: Standards such as JIS G4305, JIS G4304, JIS G4307.
China: Standards such as GB/T 21833, GB/T 3280, GB/T 14976.
Overall, while the execution standards may vary slightly among different countries or regions, they all aim to ensure the quality and performance of 2507 stainless steel.

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Mar-12-24
Inconel 625

inconel625 is an alloy grade with a density of 8.4 g/cm3 and a melting point of 1290-1350C. It has excellent corrosion resistance to inorganic acids and has excellent corrosion resistance to various corrosive media in oxidizing and reducing environments.
Alloy 625 exhibits excellent corrosion resistance in many media. Excellent resistance to pitting, crevice, intergranular and erosion in chloride media
Inconel 625 is a high-temperature alloy with excellent corrosion resistance and high-temperature strength, commonly used in fields such as aerospace, energy, chemical industry, and marine engineering. The following are the common national standard designations for Inconel 625:
American standard designations: UNS N06625, ASTM B446, ASTM B564, ASTM B443, ASTM B446, AMS 5599, AMS 5666, AMS 5837, ASME SB446, ASME SB443, ASME SB446, ASME SB564. European standard designations: EN 2.4856, EN 10216-5, EN 10250-4, EN 10253-4, EN 10263-4, EN 10272, EN 10297-2, EN 10302, EN 10312, EN 10314, EN 12266-1, EN 12560-6, EN 13480-3, EN 13480-5, EN 13544-2, EN 1592-4. German standard designations: DIN NiCr22Mo9Nb, DIN 2.4856, DIN 17744, DIN 17752, DIN 17754, DIN 17751. Japanese standard designations: JIS NCF625, JIS G4902, JIS G4941, JIS G5502, JIS G5122. Chinese standard designations: GB/T UNS N06625, GB/T 14992, GB/T 15001, GB/T 15003, GB/T 15004, GB/T 21833

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GB:GH3625;JIS:NAS625;UNS:N06625;DIN:NiCr22Mo9Nb;W.Nr:2.4856


Mar-12-24
Inconel 725

Inconel Alloy 725 (UNS N07725) is a nickel chromium molybdenum niobium alloy with high corrosion resistance and age hardening to very high strength. Its composition is similar to Inconel 625 alloy. Inconel 625 is an alloy widely used in various corrosive environments. Its strength can be improved by cold work hardening and has been used for small bolts. Inconel 725 alloy basically has the same corrosion resistance as Inconel 625 alloy, but Inconel 725 alloy is an alloy that is age-strengthened by a heat treatment process. Since the stress of Inconel 725 alloy is through heat treatment instead of cold working, the plasticity and toughness are still high, and it is suitable for making high-strength, high-corrosion-resistant parts.
Here are the common national standard designations of Inconel 725:
US standard designations: UNS N07725, AMS 5660, AMS 5832, AMS 5772, AMS 5796, AMS 5581, ASTM B805, ASTM B805, ASTM B805. European standard designations: EN 2.4668, EN 10269, EN 10272, EN 10216-5, EN 10250-4, EN 10263-4, EN 10297-2, EN 10302, EN 10312, EN 12266-1, EN 12560-6, EN 13480-3, EN 13480-5, EN 13544-2, EN 1592-4. German standard designations: DIN NiCr22Mo9Nb, DIN 2.4627, DIN 17742, DIN 17744, DIN 17752, DIN 17754, DIN 17751. Japanese standard designations: JIS NCF725, JIS G4902, JIS G4941, JIS G5502, JIS G5122. Chinese standard designations: GB/T UNS N07725, GB/T 14992, GB/T 15001, GB/T 15003, GB/T 15004, GB/T 21833.

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Used for pipe fittings, joints and bearings in acid-resistant equipment. It is also widely used in marine ship equipment;
GB:00Cr21Ni57Mo8Nb5TiA1;JIS:NCF725;UNS:N07725;W.Nr 2.4668


Mar-12-24
Inconel 600

Inconel 600 alloy is a nickel-chromium-iron-based solid-solution strengthened alloy, which has good high temperature corrosion resistance and oxidation resistance, excellent cold and hot processing and welding performance, and has satisfactory thermal strength and high plasticity below 700 �°C
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The following are the national standard grades and specifications for Inconel 600:
United States standard grade: UNS N06600
Specifications:
AMS 5540: Seamless and welded nickel alloy plate, sheet, and strip with good oxidation and high-temperature creep properties at 800�°F (427�°C).
ASTM B166: Standard specification for nickel-chromium-iron alloys, seamless and welded rod, bar, and wire.
ASME SB-166: Same as above.
European standard grade: NiCr15Fe (2.4816)
Specifications:
EN 10095: Technical delivery conditions for hot rolled and forged stainless steel and heat-resisting steel and hot finished structural hollow sections.
EN 10002-1: Method of tensile testing of metals.
EN 10002-5: Method of compressive testing of metallic materials.
Japanese standard grade: NCF 600
Specifications:
JIS G4902: Standard specification for seamless and welded nickel alloy pipes and tubes.
JIS G4903: Standard specification for seamless and welded nickel alloy pipes and tubes.
Chinese standard grade: GH3600
Specifications:
GB/T 14992: Standard specification for seamless and welded nickel alloy tubes and pipes.
GB/T 14995: Standard specification for nickel alloy forgings.
GB/T 12771: Standard specification for seamless and welded steel pipes for hydraulic transmission.
These specifications define the chemical composition, physical properties, processing, and testing requirements of Inconel 600 materials to ensure their quality and performance meet the standards.

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GB:00Cr21Ni57Mo8Nb5TiA1;JIS:NCF725:UNS:N07725;W.Nr:2.4668

Used for pipe fittings, joints and bearings in acid-resistant equipment. It is also widely used in marine ship equipment


Mar-12-24
Inconel 690

Alloy 690 has excellent resistance to intergranular corrosion and intergranular stress corrosion cracking, and is mainly used as a heat transfer tube material for steam generators in pressurized water reactor nuclear power plants. The material of the steam generator heat transfer tube of the pressurized water reactor nuclear power plant has undergone a development process, including 304 austenitic stainless steel, 600 alloy, 800 alloy and 690 alloy. In-service corrosion failures of Alloy 600 show that intergranular corrosion and intergranular stress corrosion cracking are the main problems. Alloy 690 as Heat Transfer Tube Material of Steam Generator in Pressurized Water Reactor Nuclear Power Plant.
Inconel 690 is a high-temperature alloy, also known as UNS N06690. Some international standards and specifications for Inconel 690 include:
American standards: ASTM B166, ASTM B564, ASTM B167, ASTM B829, ASTM B517, ASTM B775, ASTM B163, ASTM B514, ASTM B751, ASTM B670, ASTM B366, ASME SB-166, ASME SB-564, ASME SB-167, ASME SB-829, ASME SB-517, ASME SB-775, ASME SB-163, ASME SB-514, ASME SB-751, ASME SB-670, ASME SB-366
European standards: EN 2.4642, EN 2.4641, EN 2.4856, EN 2.4858, EN 2.4859, EN 10216-2, EN 10217-2, EN 10216-5, EN 10217-5, EN 10088-1, EN 10095, EN 10222-2, EN 10269, EN 10272, EN 10297-2, EN 10302, EN 10312
Japanese standards: JIS G4801, JIS G4804, JIS G4805, JIS G4802, JIS G4311, JIS G4312, JIS G4313, JIS G4321, JIS G4322, JIS G4323, JIS G4308, JIS G4318, JIS G5121, JIS G5151, JIS G5152, JIS G5501, JIS G5502, JIS G3446
Chinese standards: GB/T 14992, GB/T 14994, GB/T 15001, GB/T 15003, GB/T 15007, GB/T 15009, GB/T 15011, GB/T 15013, GB/T 15014, GB/T 15021, GB/T 15023, GB/T 15025, GB/T 15027, GB/T 15029, GB/T 15031, GB/T 15033, GB/T 15037, GB/T 15039, GB/T 15041, GB/T 15043, GB/T 15045, GB/T 15047, GB/T 15049, GB/T 15051, GB/T 15053, GB/T 15055, GB/T 15057, GB/T 15059, GB/T 15061, GB/T 15063, GB/T 15065, GB/T 15067, GB/T 15069, GB/T 15071, GB/T 15073, GB/T 15075, GB/T 15077, GB/T 15079, GB/T 15081, GB/T 15083, GB/T 15085, GB/T 15087, GB/T 15089, GB/T 15091, GB/T 15093, GB/T 15095, GB/T 15097, GB/T 15099, GB/T 15101, GB/T 15103, GB/T 15105, GB/T 15107, GB/T 15109, GB/T 15111, GB/T 15113, GB/T 15115, GB/T 15117, GB/T 15119, GB/T 15121.

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GB:GB/T14992;JIS:G4801;UNS:N066902.4642


Mar-12-24
Inconel 617

Inconel 617 is a mixture of nickel, chromium, cobalt and molybdenum, high levels of nickel (44.5% minimum) and chromium (20-24%) give this alloy good resistance to reducing and oxidizing media. Cobalt (10-15%) and molybdenum (8-10%) combine to strengthen the solid solution. A small amount of aluminum (0.8-1.5%) is also included and works with chromium to provide good resistance to oxidation at high temperatures. One of the alloy's key properties is that it maintains high levels of strength even at elevated temperatures without compromising its corrosion resistance. The material is also very functional, as it can be easily formed and welded using traditional techniques.
Here are the standard grade and execution standards for Inconel 617 in various countries:
American standard grade: UNS N06617 Execution standards: AMS 5887: Melting material for nickel-based high-temperature alloys. AMS 5888: Inconel 617 plates, sheets, and strips produced by hot rolling, cold drawing, and hot forming. AMS 5889: Seamless and welded Inconel 617 tubes. AMS 5608: Inconel 617 bars and shapes. ASTM B166: Standard specification for nickel and nickel alloy rod, bar, wire, and strip. ASME SB-166: Same as above.
European standard grade: NiCr22Co12Mo9 (2.4663) Execution standards: EN 10095: Technical delivery conditions for hot rolled and forged stainless steel and heat resisting steel and technical conditions for the delivery of heat resisting alloys. EN 10269: Technical delivery conditions for high temperature and corrosion resistant steels. EN 10204: Standard specification for metallic products - types, batch numbers and grade certificates. EN 10302: Technical delivery conditions for nickel alloy bars, hot rolled, forged, and cold worked.
Japanese standard grade: NCF 617 Execution standards: JIS G4902: Standard specification for seamless and welded nickel alloy pipes. JIS G4903: Standard specification for seamless and welded nickel alloy pipes.
Chinese standard grade: GH617 Execution standards: GB/T 14992: Standard specification for seamless and welded nickel alloy pipes. GB/T 14994: Standard specification for nickel alloy forgings. GB/T 12771: Standard specification for seamless steel pipes and welded steel pipes for hydraulic transmission.
These execution standards specify the technical requirements for Inconel 617 material such as chemical composition, physical properties, processing, and testing requirements, ensuring its quality and performance meet the specified standards.

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EN:NiCr22Co12Mo9;JIS:NCF617;UNS:N066171;W.Nr:2.4663a


Mar-12-24
Inconel 622

Inconel 622 is a nickel-based superalloy composed of nickel, molybdenum, cobalt, tungsten and other elements. The nickel content is about 60%. It is a general-purpose Ni-Cr-Mo-W alloy with overall corrosion resistance superior to other existing Ni-Cr-Mo alloys, including Hastelloy C-276, C4 alloy, and 625 alloy. Inconel622 has good resistance to pitting corrosion, crevice corrosion and stress corrosion cracking. It has excellent oxidation resistance in aqueous media, including wet chlorine, nitric acid or mixed acids containing chloride ions.
Standard grades and specifications for Inconel 622:
US standard grade: UNS N06622 Specifications:
AMS 5540: Inconel 622 plates, sheets, and strips produced by hot rolling, cold drawing, and hot forming. AMS 5713: Inconel 622 bars and profiles. AMS 5714: Inconel 622 seamless and welded tubes. ASTM B168: Standard specification for nickel-chromium-iron alloys (UNS N066xx) plate, sheet, and strip. ASME SB-168: Same as above.
European standard grade: NiCr21Mo14W (2.4856) Specifications:
EN 10095: Technical delivery conditions for hot rolled and forged stainless steels and heat-resisting materials. EN 10269: Technical delivery conditions for steel alloys intended for use in high temperature and corrosive environments. EN 10204: Standard specification for type, batch, and quality certificates for metal products. EN 10302: Technical delivery conditions for hot rolled, forged, and cold worked nickel alloy bars.
Japanese standard grade: NCF 622 Specifications:
JIS G4902: Standard specification for seamless and welded nickel alloy tubes. JIS G4903: Standard specification for seamless and welded nickel alloy tubes.
Chinese standard grade: GH3622 Specifications:
GB/T 14992: Standard specification for seamless and welded nickel alloy tubes. GB/T 14995: Standard specification for hot rolled, forged, and cold worked nickel alloy plates, sheets, and strips. GB/T 14996: Standard specification for nickel alloy bars and profiles.
These specifications define the technical requirements for the chemical composition, physical properties, processing, and testing of Inconel 622 material to ensure its quality and performance meet the specified standards.

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EN:NiCr21Mo14W;JIS:NAS NM22;UNS:N06022;W.Nr:2.4602


Mar-12-24
Inconel 722

Inconel722 is an alloy composed of nickel as the base and other elements. It is a kind of nickel-chromium alloy, nickel-iron alloy, nickel-copper alloy and nickel-molybdenum alloy. Nickel has good mechanical, physical and chemical properties, adding appropriate elements can improve its oxidation resistance, corrosion resistance, high temperature strength and improve some physical properties. It has excellent corrosion resistance and oxidation resistance, has good tensile properties and fatigue properties from low temperature to 980 �°C, and is resistant to stress corrosion in salt spray atmosphere.
Here are the standard grades and specifications for Inconel 722:
American standard grade: UNS N07722 Specifications:
AMS 5541: Standard specification for hot-rolled Inconel 722 plate, sheet, and strip. AMS 5714: Standard specification for Inconel 722 bars and forgings. ASTM B637: Standard specification for nickel alloy bars and forgings. ASME SB-637: Same as above. European standard grade: NiCr21Mo14W (2.4858) Specifications:
EN 10095: Technical delivery conditions for hot rolled and forged stainless steel and heat-resisting steel and heat-resisting steel materials. EN 10269: Technical delivery conditions for high-temperature and corrosive environments. EN 10204: Standard specification for type, batch, and grade certificates for metal products. EN 10302: Technical delivery conditions for hot-rolled, forged, and cold-drawn nickel alloy bars. Japanese standard grade: - Specifications: JIS G4902, JIS G4903 Chinese standard grade: GH4220 Specifications:
GB/T 14992: Standard specification for seamless and welded nickel alloy tubes. GB/T 14994: Standard specification for nickel alloy forgings. GB/T 12771: Standard specification for seamless steel tubes and welded steel tubes for hydraulic transmission.
These specifications define the chemical composition, physical properties, processing, and testing requirements for Inconel 722 materials to ensure that their quality and performance meet the requirements.

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EN:NiCr21Mo14W;JIS:G4902;UNS:N07722;W.Nr:2.4858

1. Heat treatment industry. Such as furnace rollers, bell furnaces and annealing furnaces.
2. Calciner. For example, it can be used to calcinate high-performance corundum, calcinate chromite to produce ferrochrome alloy, and recover nickel used as a catalyst in petrochemical industry.
3. Chemical industry and petrochemical industry, use it to prepare new steam cracking naphtha furnace to produce hydrogen, etc.
4. Automatic device. Such as catalytic support system, spark plug.
5. Cleaning equipment for nuclear industry, such as nuclear waste removal.
6. Steel industry. Such as direct reduction of iron ore process to produce sponge titanium


Mar-12-24
Inconel 686

Inconel 686 is suitable for use in amphoteric acids or amphoteric mixed acids, especially in corrosive environments containing high concentrations of chloride ions in amphoteric mixed acids. It has excellent resistance to uniform corrosion, electrochemical corrosion, localized corrosion and hydrogen embrittlement in seawater, and seawater has little effect on its fatigue strength. Therefore, Inconel686 alloy is an ideal material for marine environment applications, such as fasteners in seawater. The yield strength after cold working strengthening can be as high as 150ksi (1000MPa), and it has the same corrosion resistance as the solid solution state. Inconel 686 alloy is used in corrosive environments such as chemical process, pollution control (flue gas desulfurization), papermaking, pharmaceutical and garbage disposal. Inconel686 welding material is an ideal corrosion-resistant material for surfacing of steel.
Here are the international standard designations and specifications for Inconel 686:
American standard designation: UNS N06686, Specifications: ASTM B564, ASTM B574, ASTM B462, ASTM B446, ASTM B462, ASTM B564, ASTM B166, ASTM B462, ASTM B472, ASTM B626, ASTM B408, ASTM B473, ASTM B444, ASTM B729, ASTM B677, ASTM B622, ASTM B829, ASTM B366.
German standard designation: W.Nr. 2.4606, Specifications: DIN 17744, DIN 17750, DIN 17752, DIN 17754.
Japanese standard designation: JIS NW686, Specifications: JIS G4902, JIS G4903, JIS G4904, JIS G4905, JIS G4906, JIS G4907.
Chinese standard designation: GH686, Specifications: GB/T 15007, GB/T 15008, GB/T 15009, GB/T 15010, GB/T 15011, GB/T 15012.

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DIN:17744;JIS:NW686;UNS:N06686;W.Nr:2.4606

Mainly include chemical treatment, pollution prevention and control, pulp and paper, industrial waste and domestic waste treatment. Chemical processing includes heat exchangers, reactors, evaporators and transfer piping. Air pollution prevention includes chimney linings, pipes, furnace doors, scrubbers, flue gas reheaters, propellers, housings


Monel Alloy 400

Monel 400 (UNS N04400, NCu30) The structure of Monel 400 alloy is a high-strength single-phase solid solution. It is a corrosion-resistant alloy with the largest amount, the widest application and excellent comprehensive performance. This alloy has excellent corrosion resistance in hydrofluoric acid and fluorine gas medium, and also has excellent corrosion resistance to hot concentrated lye. At the same time, it is also resistant to corrosion by neutral solutions, water, sea water, atmosphere, organic compounds, etc. An important feature of this alloy is that it generally does not produce stress corrosion cracks and has good cutting performance.
The alloy has excellent corrosion resistance in fluorine gas, hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, hydrofluoric acid and their derivatives. At the same time, it is more corrosion resistant than copper-based alloys in seawater.
â?² Acid medium: M400 is corrosion-resistant in sulfuric acid with a concentration of less than 85%. M400 is one of the very few important materials in durable hydrofluoric acid.
â?² Water corrosion: M400 alloy not only has excellent corrosion resistance under most water corrosion conditions, but also pitting corrosion and stress corrosion are rarely found, and the corrosion rate is less than 0.25mm/a.
â?² High temperature corrosion: The maximum temperature of M400 continuous work in the air is generally around 600�°C, and in high temperature steam, the corrosion rate is less than 0.026mm/a.
â?² Ammonia: Due to the high nickel content of Monel 400 alloy, it can resist corrosion under anhydrous ammonia and ammoniation conditions below 585�°C.
American standard designation: UNS N04400, Specifications: ASTM B164, ASTM B127, ASTM B165, ASTM B725, ASTM B163, ASTM B366, ASTM B164, ASTM B564, ASTM B164, AMS 4574, AMS 4675, AMS 4730, AMS 4731, AMS 4544, AMS 4574, AMS 4675, AMS 4730, AMS 4731, AMS 4544.
German standard designation: W.Nr. 2.4360, Specifications: DIN 17743, DIN 17750, DIN 17752, DIN 17753, DIN 17754.
Japanese standard designation: JIS NW4400, Specifications: JIS G4902, JIS G4903, JIS G4904, JIS G4905, JIS G4906, JIS G4907.
Chinese standard designation: NS111, Specifications: GB/T 2054, GB/T 2055, GB/T 2056, GB/T 2057, GB/T 2058, GB/T 2059, GB/T 2060, GB/T 2061.

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GB:NS111;JIS:NW4400;UNS:N04400;W.Nr:2.436

This alloy is mainly used for
1. Seamless water pipes and steam pipes in power plants
2. Sea water exchanger and evaporator
3. Sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid environment
4. Crude oil distillation
5. The pump shaft and propeller of the equipment used in seawater
6. The nuclear industry is used to manufacture equipment for uranium refining and isotope separation
7. Manufacture of pumps and valves used in the production of hydrochlo


Monel Alloy 405

Monel R-405 alloy (UNS N04405) increases the sulfur content in the Monel 400 composition to enhance the machinability and become a free-cutting Monel alloy. Alloy 405 is an easy-to-machine version of Alloy 400. Alloy 405 adds a certain amount of sulfur, and the sulfide produced has chip breaking effect during machining, so it is suitable for automatic nut machine.
Like Alloy 400, Alloy 405 is resistant to corrosion by seawater, steam, and alkaline solutions at elevated temperatures. Alloy 405 is a solid solution alloy that can only be hardened by cold working. This nickel-based alloy also exhibits good corrosion resistance, weldability and high strength. The alloy exhibits low corrosion rates in fast-flowing brine and seawater environments and is well resistant to stress corrosion cracking in freshwater environments. Good corrosion resistance makes it widely used in marine and non-oxidizing chloride solution environment
American standard designation: UNS N04405, Specifications: ASTM B164, ASTM B127, ASTM B165, ASTM B725, ASTM B163, ASTM B366, ASTM B164, ASTM B564, ASTM B164, AMS 4674, AMS 7234.
Chinese standard designation: NS111, Specifications: GB/T 2054, GB/T 2055, GB/T 2056, GB/T 2057, GB/T 2058, GB/T 2059, GB/T 2060, GB/T 2061.

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Monel Alloy 405

Monel R-405 alloy (UNS N04405) increases the sulfur content in the Monel 400 composition to enhance the machinability and become a free-cutting Monel alloy. Alloy 405 is an easy-to-machine version of Alloy 400. Alloy 405 adds a certain amount of sulfur, and the sulfide produced has chip breaking effect during machining, so it is suitable for automatic nut machine.
Like Alloy 400, Alloy 405 is resistant to corrosion by seawater, steam, and alkaline solutions at elevated temperatures. Alloy 405 is a solid solution alloy that can only be hardened by cold working. This nickel-based alloy also exhibits good corrosion resistance, weldability and high strength. The alloy exhibits low corrosion rates in fast-flowing brine and seawater environments and is well resistant to stress corrosion cracking in freshwater environments. Good corrosion resistance makes it widely used in marine and non-oxidizing chloride solution environment
American standard designation: UNS N04405, Specifications: ASTM B164, ASTM B127, ASTM B165, ASTM B725, ASTM B163, ASTM B366, ASTM B164, ASTM B564, ASTM B164, AMS 4674, AMS 7234.
Chinese standard designation: NS111, Specifications: GB/T 2054, GB/T 2055, GB/T 2056, GB/T 2057, GB/T 2058, GB/T 2059, GB/T 2060, GB/T 2061.

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GB:NS111/JIS/UNS:N04405/W.Nr:2.436

This alloy is mainly used for
1. Seamless water pipes and steam pipes in power plants
2. Sea water exchanger and evaporator
3. Sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid environment
4. Crude oil distillation
5. The pump shaft and propeller of the equipment used in seawater
6. The nuclear industry is used to manufacture equipment for uranium refining and isotope separation
7. Manufacture of pumps and valves used in the production of hydrochloric acid equipment


Incoloy Alloy 825

Incoloy alloy 825 is a nickel-iron-chromium alloy with molybdenum, copper, and titanium added to enhance its corrosion resistance in highly oxidizing and reducing environments. It has excellent resistance to both reducing and oxidizing acids, stress-corrosion cracking, and pitting and crevice corrosion. It is also highly resistant to corrosion caused by chloride ions and sulfide stress cracking. The alloy has good mechanical properties and can be easily fabricated and welded. Incoloy alloy 825 is often used in chemical processing, pollution control equipment, oil and gas recovery, acid production, and nuclear fuel reprocessing industries. It is available in various forms such as pipes, tubes, plates, sheets, bars, wire, and forgings. The alloy can be further customized based on customer requirements for specific applications.
Trade names:
UNS N08825
W.Nr. 2.4858
Standards:
United States: ASTM B423, ASTM B424, ASTM B425, ASTM B564, ASTM B704, ASTM B705, ASTM B751, ASTM B775, ASTM B829, ASME SB423, ASME SB424, ASME SB425, ASME SB564, ASME SB704, ASME SB705, ASME SB751, ASME SB775, ASME SB829
Europe: EN 10028-7, EN 10088-2, EN 10216-5, EN 10217-7, EN 10272, EN 10296-2, EN 10297-2, EN 10298-2, EN 10222-2, EN 10263-4, EN 10272, EN 10302, EN 10312, EN 10357, EN 1092-1, EN 1092-2, EN 1092-3, EN 1092-4, EN 1092-5, EN 1759-1, EN 1759-2, EN 1759-3, EN 10204, PED 2014/68/EU
Germany: DIN 17744, DIN 17750, DIN 17751, DIN 17752, DIN 17753, DIN 17754, DIN 17756, DIN 17758, DIN 17858
France: NF A 49-311, NF A 49-321, NF A 49-322, NF A 49-324, NF A 49-325
United Kingdom: BS 3072, BS 3073, BS 3074, BS 3075, BS 3076, NA16, ASTM B423, ASTM B424, ASTM B425, ASTM B704, ASTM B705, ASTM B751, ASTM B775, ASTM B829
Japan: JIS G3101, JIS G3103, JIS G3120, JIS G3141, JIS G3161, JIS G3163, JIS G3192, JIS G3193, JIS G3201, JIS G3214, JIS G3221, JIS G3311, JIS G3445, JIS G4051, JIS G4303, JIS G4304, JIS G4305, JIS G4308, JIS G4309, JIS G4318, JIS G4320, JIS G4321, JIS G4801, JIS G4805, JIS G4808, JIS G5101, JIS G5121, JIS G5151, JIS G5152, JIS G5501, JIS G5502, JIS G5510, JIS G5511, JIS G5512, JIS G5521, JIS G5523, JIS G5525, JIS G5528, JIS G5702, JIS G8031

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BS:3072/NF:A 49-311/UNS:N08825/W.Nr:2.4858

Refining and Chemical Processes
Distiller
chemical reactor
Hydrogen Chloride Hydrogenation Reactor
Marine Engineering
Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing Equipment


Incoloy alloy 926

Incoloy Alloy 926 is a super-austenitic nickel-based alloy with high levels of molybdenum, nitrogen, and chromium. It is known for its excellent corrosion resistance in a variety of challenging environments, including sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, and seawater. Here is a detailed introduction to Incoloy Alloy 926 and its applications:
Incoloy alloy 926 is a super-austenitic nickel-based alloy with high corrosion resistance and excellent mechanical properties at high temperatures. It has a chemical composition of 22% chromium, 25% molybdenum, 6% tungsten, and 0.5% nitrogen, with nickel and iron making up the balance. The alloy also contains small amounts of copper and titanium.
Incoloy alloy 926 is known for its excellent resistance to a wide range of corrosive environments, including chloride ion stress-corrosion cracking and pitting and crevice corrosion. It also has good resistance to sulfuric acid and phosphoric acid, as well as seawater and brine solutions. The alloy's high nickel and molybdenum content provides excellent resistance to reducing environments, while its chromium content enhances its resistance to oxidizing environments.
In terms of mechanical properties, Incoloy alloy 926 exhibits high strength and toughness, along with excellent weldability and formability. It can be fabricated using a variety of techniques, including hot and cold working, machining, and welding.
Due to its excellent corrosion resistance and mechanical properties, Incoloy alloy 926 is commonly used in a variety of industries, including chemical processing, oil and gas, nuclear, marine, and desalination. It is often used in applications involving sour gas environments, such as in the production of oil and gas, as well as in heat exchangers, pressure vessels, and piping systems.
The international standards and specifications for Incoloy alloy 926 are as follows:
United States: ASTM B649, AMS 5737, AMS 5853, UNS N08926 Europe: EN 1.4529, SEW 400 Germany: DIN 17752, DIN 17754, DIN 17750, W.Nr. 1.4529

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BS:NA 25/JIS:SUS 890L/UNS:N08925/W.Nr:1.4529


Incoloyalloy 945

Incoloy alloy 945 is a high-strength, corrosion-resistant nickel-iron-chromium alloy. It is primarily composed of nickel, chromium, and iron, with trace amounts of molybdenum, copper, and titanium. This alloy exhibits excellent resistance to stress-corrosion cracking, crevice corrosion, pitting, and intergranular corrosion. It is also highly resistant to hydrogen embrittlement and chloride stress corrosion cracking.
Incoloy alloy 945 has good mechanical properties at both ambient and elevated temperatures. Its high strength and ductility make it ideal for use in high-stress applications, such as gas turbines, chemical processing equipment, and marine applications. This alloy can withstand temperatures up to 1000�°C (1832�°F) and has a high fatigue strength, making it suitable for use in cyclically loaded components.
In addition to its excellent mechanical and corrosion resistance properties, Incoloy alloy 945 is also resistant to oxidation and sulfidation. This makes it well-suited for use in high-temperature environments where exposure to gases and corrosive elements is common.
Overall, Incoloy alloy 945 is a versatile and reliable alloy that is suitable for a wide range of demanding applications in industries such as aerospace, chemical processing, and power generation.
The execution standards for Incoloy alloy 945 by country are as follows:
United States: ASTM B163, ASTM B423, ASTM B829, UNS N09945
Europe: EN 10216-5, EN 10297-2, EN 10222-5, EN 10250-4, EN 10269, EN 10272, EN 10296-2, EN 10297-4, EN 10302, EN 10312
Germany: DIN 17742, DIN 17750, DIN 17751, DIN 17752, DIN 17754, W.Nr. 2.4633
United Kingdom: BS 3076

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GBG:H945/JIS/UNS:N09945/W.Nr:2.4669

Incoloy Alloy 945 is typically used in high-temperature applications where resistance to oxidation and creep are required. Some of the typical applications include gas turbine components, heat exchangers, furnace muffles, and petrochemical processing equipment.
Conclusion
Incoloy Alloy 945 is a high-temperature alloy with excellent resistance to oxidation and creep. Its chemical composition and mechanical properties make it suitable for use in high-stress environments at elevated temperatures. Its wide range of applications makes it an important material in the aerospace, petrochemical, and power generation industries.


Incoloy alloy 890

Incoloy Alloy 890 is a high-performance corrosion-resistant alloy that belongs to the chromium-nickel-molybdenum series of alloys. It is mainly composed of nickel, chromium, molybdenum, iron, and copper. This alloy has excellent corrosion resistance in various corrosive environments such as acids, alkalis, and salt solutions.
Incoloy Alloy 890 offers high mechanical strength and toughness, good weldability, and ease of fabrication. It is resistant to stress corrosion cracking, pitting, and crevice corrosion, making it suitable for use in harsh and demanding applications in industries such as chemical processing, oil and gas, and marine engineering.
The chemical composition of Incoloy Alloy 890 typically includes 26-30% nickel, 19-23% chromium, 4-5% molybdenum, 1.5-3% copper, 0.3% maximum carbon, 2.0% maximum manganese, and 0.5% maximum silicon. It may also contain small amounts of other elements such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur.
In terms of mechanical properties, Incoloy Alloy 890 has a tensile strength of 620 MPa and a yield strength of 300 MPa at room temperature. Its elongation at break is 50% minimum. The alloy also has good impact strength and fatigue resistance at both room temperature and elevated temperatures.
Incoloy Alloy 890 can be heat-treated to enhance its mechanical properties. Annealing at 1093-1204�°C for 30 minutes per 25mm of thickness followed by rapid air cooling can improve the alloy's toughness and ductility. Solution annealing at 1093-1177�°C followed by rapid water quenching can improve its corrosion resistance and high-temperature strength.
Overall, Incoloy Alloy 890 is a versatile and high-performance alloy that can withstand corrosive environments and harsh operating conditions. Its excellent properties make it suitable for use in various industrial applications where high strength and corrosion resistance are required.
The following are the execution standards of Incoloy alloy 890 in various countries:
US: AMS 5837, AMS 5598, AMS 5666, AMS 5839, ASTM B366, ASTM B408, ASTM B425, ASTM B564, ASTM B751, ASTM B775, ASTM B829, UNS N08890
Europe: EN 10095
Germany: DIN 17742, DIN 17750, DIN 17754
UK: BS 3076
Japan: JIS G4902
China: GB/T 14992

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GB:GH89/JIS:G4303/UNS:N008904/W.Nr:1.4539

Manufacture of chemical equipment such as heat exchangers, reactors, and evaporators.
Applications in the petroleum extraction and refining industry, such as drill bits, casings, pumps, and valves.
High-temperature components in the aerospace industry, such as turbine disks, turbine blades, and combustion chamber components in jet engines.
Reactors and equipment in the pharmaceutical industry, as well as other equipment and components in high-temperature and corrosive environments.


Haynes 230 Alloy

Haynes 230 is a nickel-based superalloy that is known for its high strength, excellent resistance to oxidation and corrosion, and good thermal stability. It was developed by Haynes International, Inc., and is commonly used in high-temperature applications, such as gas turbine engines, aerospace, and chemical processing industries.
Chemical Composition: Haynes 230 is composed of a range of elements, including nickel (Ni), chromium (Cr), molybdenum (Mo), iron (Fe), cobalt (Co), manganese (Mn), silicon (Si), carbon (C), and aluminum (Al). The chemical composition of Haynes 230 can be adjusted within certain ranges to meet specific application requirements.
Mechanical Properties: Haynes 230 has excellent mechanical properties, including high strength, good ductility, and toughness. Its yield strength is 685 MPa and its tensile strength is 1025 MPa. It also has a 42% elongation rate.
Thermal Properties: Haynes 230 exhibits good thermal stability, making it an excellent choice for high-temperature applications. Its melting point is 1305�°C (2381�°F), and it has a thermal expansion coefficient of 13.7 �µm/m�·K (7.6 �µin/in�·�°F).
Corrosion and Oxidation Resistance: Haynes 230 has excellent resistance to oxidation and corrosion in high-temperature and high-stress environments. It has a good resistance to sulfur-bearing gases, such as hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and sulfur dioxide (SO2), and can withstand harsh chemical environments.
Weldability: Haynes 230 can be welded using a variety of methods, including gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), and resistance welding. However, special precautions need to be taken during welding to avoid cracking and other defects.
Here are the country standards for Haynes 230 alloy:
USA: AMS 5878, AMS 5879, AMS 5962, AMS 5963, AMS 5964, AMS 5965, AMS 5966, AMS 5967, AMS 5968, AMS 5969, AMS 5970, AMS 5971, AMS 5972, AMS 5973, AMS 5974, AMS 5975, AMS 5976, AMS 5977, AMS 5978, AMS 5979, AMS 5980, AMS 5981, AMS 5998, AMS 5999, AMS 5877, ASTM B366, ASTM B435, ASTM B572, ASTM B619, ASTM B622, ASTM B626, ASTM B366, UNS N06230
Europe: EN 2.4733
Germany: DIN 17742, VdTÃ??V 546
UK: BS HR 201
Japan: JIS NW 6230

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GB/JIS:NW 6230/UNS:R06230/W.Nr:2.4733

Haynes 230 is widely used in high-temperature applications, such as gas turbine engines, aerospace, and chemical processing industries. It is also used in heat exchangers, industrial furnaces, and in the production of petroleum and natural gas. Its excellent mechanical properties, corrosion and oxidation resistance, and good weldability make it a popular choice for a wide range of applications.


Haynes 718 Alloy Sheet

Haynes 718 Alloy is a high-temperature, high-strength nickel-based alloy developed by Haynes International. It has excellent oxidation resistance, corrosion resistance, and high-temperature strength, and is widely used in high-temperature and high-pressure environments in aerospace, energy, chemical, petroleum, and natural gas industries.
The chemical composition of Haynes 718 Alloy includes approximately 52% nickel, 19% chromium, 3% titanium, 5% aluminum, about 0.9% iron, and trace amounts of carbon, sulfur, phosphorus, copper, and tantalum. This combination of elements gives Haynes 718 Alloy its excellent high-temperature performance. In addition, Haynes 718 Alloy uses advanced heat treatment processes, which can further improve its high-temperature strength and oxidation resistance.
Haynes 718 Alloy can be made into various shapes of products, such as sheets, rods, pipes, forgings, castings, and welding materials, etc. Its mechanical properties improve with increasing temperature, and it can maintain high strength and toughness at high temperatures ranging from 600�°C to 980�°C. In addition, Haynes 718 Alloy has excellent oxidation resistance and can withstand high-temperature oxidation environments for a long time.
Haynes 718 alloy is an important nickel-based superalloy used in high-temperature applications such as gas turbine engines. Below are the standards for Haynes 718 alloy in various countries:
United States: AMS 5596, AMS 5662, AMS 5663, AMS 5664, AMS 5832, AMS 5962, AMS 5665, AMS 5666, AMS 5667, AMS 5668, AMS 5669, AMS 5670, AMS 5671, AMS 5758, AMS 5759, AMS 5660, AMS 5661, AMS 5677, AMS 5909, AMS 5927, AMS 5947, AMS 5950, AMS 5963, AMS 5964, AMS 5966, AMS 5967, AMS 5968, AMS 5969, AMS 5970, AMS 5971, AMS 5972, AMS 5973, AMS 5974, AMS 5975, AMS 5976, AMS 5977, AMS 5978, AMS 5979, AMS 5980, AMS 5981, ASTM B637, ASTM B670, UNS N07718
Europe: EN 2.4668
Germany: DIN 17744, VdTÃ??V 718
France: AFNOR NC 19 Fe Nb
United Kingdom: BS HR 201, BS HR 401, BS HR 501
Japan: JIS NW 0771

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BS:HR 201/JIS:NC19FeNb/UNS:N07718/W.Nr:2.4669

Haynes 718 is a nickel-chromium alloy that is known for its high strength and excellent corrosion resistance. It is commonly used in a wide range of applications, including:
Aerospace industry: Haynes 718 is widely used in the aerospace industry due to its high strength, excellent fatigue resistance, and good weldability. It is used for components such as gas turbine engine parts, thrust reversers, and exhaust systems.


Hastelloy C-2000

Hastelloy C-2000 is a high-performance nickel-molybdenum-chromium alloy with copper and tungsten additions, known for its exceptional resistance to a wide range of corrosive media, including sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, and their mixtures.
Hastelloy C-2000 was developed by Haynes International as an improved version of the original Hastelloy C alloy, with enhanced corrosion resistance and improved mechanical properties. Its chemical composition includes approximately 59% nickel, 16% molybdenum, 16% chromium, 1.6% copper, 0.6% tungsten, and smaller amounts of iron, manganese, silicon, carbon, and aluminum.
Hastelloy C-2000 has excellent resistance to localized corrosion, including pitting, crevice corrosion, and stress corrosion cracking, as well as to intergranular attack and corrosion from wet chlorine gas. It also has good resistance to oxidizing and reducing environments, making it suitable for use in a wide range of industrial applications, including chemical processing, pollution control, and pulp and paper production.
In terms of mechanical properties, Hastelloy C-2000 has a minimum tensile strength of 620 MPa and a minimum yield strength of 270 MPa, along with a minimum elongation of 45%. It has a hardness range of HB 215-335.
Overall, Hastelloy C-2000 is a highly versatile alloy that offers excellent resistance to a wide range of corrosive media, combined with good mechanical properties and ease of fabrication. It is a popular choice for applications where corrosion resistance is critical, such as chemical processing, pollution control, and pulp and paper production.
Here are the national standards for Hastelloy C-2000 alloy:
United States: AMS 4675, AMS 7233, ASTM B366, ASTM B574, ASTM B575, ASTM B619, ASTM B622, ASTM B626, UNS N06200
Europe: EN 2.4675
Germany: DIN 17744
France: AFNOR NU-30M
United Kingdom: BS HR 505
Japan: JIS NW 6200

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GB:GH3600/JIS:NW 6200/UNS:N06200/W.Nr:2.4675

Hastelloy C-2000 is a high-performance nickel-molybdenum-chromium alloy with copper and tungsten additions, known for its exceptional resistance to a wide range of corrosive media, including sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, and their mixtures.
Hastelloy C-2000 was developed by Haynes International as an improved version of the original Hastelloy C alloy, with enhanced corrosion resistance and improved mechanical properties. Its chemical composition includes approximately 59% nickel, 16% molybdenum, 16% chromium, 1.6% copper, 0.6% tungsten, and smaller amounts of iron, manganese, silicon, carbon, and aluminum.


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Hastelloy B

Hastelloy B is a nickel-molybdenum alloy that provides excellent resistance to reducing and oxidizing environments, as well as to stress corrosion cracking and pitting. It has a high nickel content, which makes it highly resistant to corrosion by a wide range of chemicals, including hydrochloric, sulfuric, and hydrofluoric acids. Additionally, its molybdenum content provides resistance to reducing agents such as hydrogen sulfide and ammonia.
Hastelloy B has a wide range of applications in various industries, including chemical processing, oil and gas, and petrochemical. It is commonly used in equipment such as pumps, valves, heat exchangers, and reactors, as well as in pipelines and fittings.
The alloy can be easily fabricated and welded using standard techniques, and can be formed into a variety of shapes and sizes. It also exhibits good thermal stability, allowing it to maintain its mechanical properties even at high temperatures.
However, Hastelloy B is not recommended for use in oxidizing environments where the presence of oxidizing salts, such as ferric or cupric salts, can cause rapid corrosion. It also has poor resistance to chloride-induced stress corrosion cracking, and should be used with caution in chloride-containing environments.
Overall, Hastelloy B is a versatile and reliable alloy that offers excellent corrosion resistance in a wide range of environments, making it a popular choice for many industrial applications.
Hastelloy B is a high-temperature and corrosion-resistant alloy, and its execution standards may vary depending on different countries and regions. Here are some of the main Hastelloy B standards:
US Standards: ASTM B335: Standard specification for Hastelloy B hot-rolled seamless pipes, rods and wires; ASTM B333: Standard specification for Hastelloy B hot-rolled plates, sheets, and strips; ASTM B366: Standard specification for Hastelloy B welded and seamless fittings.
European Standards: DIN 17751: Standard specification for high-temperature and corrosion-resistant Hastelloy B plates, strips, sheets, and rods; EN 10088-3: Stainless steels and corrosion-resistant steels Part 3 - Technical delivery conditions for stainless steel plates, sheets, and strips.
Japanese Standards: JIS G4902: Standard specification for high-temperature and corrosion-resistant Hastelloy B plates, rods, wires, seamless pipes, and welded pipes.
Chinese Standards: GB/T 15007: Standard specification for high-temperature and corrosion-resistant Hastelloy B hot-rolled plates, sheets, and strips; GB/T 15008: Standard specification for Hastelloy B hot-rolled seamless pipes and welded pipes; GB/T 15009: Standard specification for Hastelloy B rods and wires; GB/T 15010: Standard specification for Hastelloy B welded and seamless fittings.

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Hastelloy N

Hastelloy N is a nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy with a small amount of tungsten, which offers excellent corrosion resistance in a variety of harsh chemical environments. The alloy is known for its resistance to both oxidizing and reducing conditions, as well as its ability to withstand stress corrosion cracking and pitting. Hastelloy N is primarily used in applications that involve high temperatures and corrosive environments, such as chemical processing, petrochemical refining, and nuclear fuel processing.
The chemical composition of Hastelloy N typically includes 56-60% nickel, 20-23% chromium, 8-10% molybdenum, and 0.5-1.5% niobium/tantalum. The small amount of tungsten added to the alloy enhances its resistance to localized corrosion, particularly in environments containing sulfuric acid.
Hastelloy N is available in a variety of forms, including plates, sheets, bars, wires, and pipes. The alloy can be welded using a range of techniques, including gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), and shielded metal arc welding (SMAW).
Overall, Hastelloy N offers excellent corrosion resistance, high-temperature strength, and good weldability, making it a popular choice for applications in harsh chemical environments.
American standards: ASTM B619: Standard specification for Welded Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum-Cobalt Alloy (UNS N06635) Pipe ASTM B622: Standard specification for Seamless Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum-Cobalt Alloy (UNS N06635) Pipe and Tube ASTM B626: Standard specification for Welded and Seamless Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum-Cobalt Alloy (UNS N06635) Pipe Fittings ASTM B366: Standard specification for Factory-Made Wrought Nickel and Nickel Alloy Fittings ASTM B574: Standard specification for Low-Carbon Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum-Cobalt Alloy (UNS N06686, UNS N06688, UNS N06689, and UNS N08028) Bar and Wire ASTM B575: Standard specification for Low-Carbon Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum-Cobalt Alloy (UNS N06686, UNS N06200, UNS N06030, UNS N08031, UNS N06035, UNS N08034, UNS N06022, UNS N06230, UNS N06625, UNS N08800, UNS N08811, and UNS N08890) Sheet and Strip
European standards: EN 10095: Heat Resisting Steels and Nickel Alloys - Plate/sheet, strip, bars, forgings and seamless tubes - Part 1: List of materials EN 10216-5: Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes - Technical delivery conditions - Part 5: Stainless steel tubes
Japanese standards: JIS NW 0275: Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum-Cobalt Alloy Plates, Sheets, Strips, Bars and Seamless Pipes (Hastelloy N) JIS NW 625: Seamless pipes and tubes made of corrosion resistant steel (Hastelloy)

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GB/JIS:NW2201/UNS:N10003/W.Nr:2.4634


Mar-12-24
Hastelloy S

Hastelloy S is a nickel-chromium-molybdenum-tungsten alloy with excellent corrosion resistance in a wide range of aggressive media. It was developed by Haynes International, Inc. and is specifically designed for use in highly oxidizing environments.
Hastelloy S offers superior resistance to oxidizing and reducing environments, including hot sulfuric acid, sulfurous acid compounds, and hydrogen chloride gas. It also exhibits excellent resistance to localized corrosion, such as pitting and crevice corrosion, and has good resistance to stress corrosion cracking.
Due to its exceptional corrosion resistance, Hastelloy S is widely used in the chemical processing industry, especially for applications involving highly corrosive acids, such as sulfuric acid and phosphoric acid. It is also used in pollution control equipment and in the production of pulp and paper.
Hastelloy S can be fabricated using a variety of methods, including welding, forging, and machining. However, it is important to use appropriate techniques and equipment to avoid damaging the material's corrosion resistance properties.
Overall, Hastelloy S is a highly reliable and durable alloy that offers exceptional performance in highly corrosive environments.
American Standards: ASTM B619: Standard specification for welded hastelloy S tubes ASTM B622: Standard specification for seamless hastelloy S tubes ASTM B626: Standard specification for hastelloy S welded and seamless pipe fittings ASTM B366: Standard specification for hastelloy S welded and seamless fittings ASTM B574: Standard specification for hastelloy S rods and bars ASTM B575: Standard specification for hastelloy S plates, sheets, and strips
European Standards: EN 10095: Standard specification for hot rolled, forged, and cold worked hastelloy S plates, sheets, strips, rods, and wires EN 10216-5: Standard specification for seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes - technical delivery conditions - part 5: stainless steel tubes
Japanese Standards: JIS NW 0276: Standard specification for hastelloy S plates, sheets, strips, rods, and seamless pipes JIS NW 625: Standard specification for hastelloy S welded pipes
Chinese Standards: GB/T 14994: Standard specification for nickel-based hastelloy S welded seamless steel tubes GB/T 15007: Standard specification for nickel-based hastelloy S plates, sheets, and strips GB/T 15013: Standard specification for nickel-based hastelloy S welded and seamless pipe fittings GB/T 14995: Standard specification for nickel-based hastelloy S welded steel pipes GB/T 15014: Standard specification for nickel-based hastelloy S rods and bars.

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GB/JIS:NW0276/UNS:N06635/W.Nr:2.4687


Haynes 625 alloy

Haynes 625 is a nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy with niobium/tantalum added to enhance its corrosion resistance and strength at elevated temperatures. It is one of the most widely used superalloys due to its exceptional mechanical properties, high corrosion resistance, and ease of fabrication.
Haynes 625 has excellent resistance to pitting, crevice corrosion, and stress corrosion cracking in chloride-containing environments, making it suitable for use in marine and chemical processing applications. It also exhibits high resistance to oxidation and scaling at elevated temperatures up to 1000â??, making it suitable for use in high-temperature applications such as gas turbines, furnace components, and heat exchangers.
Haynes 625 can be easily fabricated by various methods including welding, forging, and machining. It can be used in both as-welded and annealed conditions. It is available in various forms such as plates, sheets, bars, and tubes, and is widely used in industries such as aerospace, chemical processing, oil and gas, and nuclear power.
US standards: AMS 5599: Specifies the standard specifications for Haynes 625 plate, sheet, and strip; AMS 5666: Specifies the standard specifications for Haynes 625 bars, wire, profiles, and forgings; AMS 5837: Specifies the standard specifications for Haynes 625 seamless or welded tubes; ASME SB 443: Specifies the standard specifications for Haynes 625 plate, sheet, and strip; ASME SB 446: Specifies the standard specifications for Haynes 625 bars and forgings; ASME SB 444: Specifies the standard specifications for Haynes 625 seamless and welded tubes.
European standards: EN 2.4856: Specifies the standard specifications for Haynes 625 plate, sheet, strip, bars, and wire; EN 10216-5: Specifies the standard specifications for Haynes 625 seamless steel tubes.
Japanese standards: JIS NW 625: Specifies the standard specifications for Haynes 625 plate, sheet, strip, bars, and seamless tubes; JIS NW 6692: Specifies the standard specifications for Haynes 625 welded tubes.
Chinese standards: GB/T 14992: Specifies the standard specifications for Haynes 625 plate, sheet, and strip; GB/T 14994: Specifies the standard specifications for Haynes 625 welded seamless steel tubes; GB/T 15008: Specifies the standard specifications for Haynes 625 bars and forgings; GB/T 15010: Specifies the standard specifications for Haynes 625 seamless and welded tubes.

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GB/JIS:G4903/UNS:N06625/W.Nr:2.4856


Haynes 617 alloy

Haynes 617 is a nickel-chromium-cobalt-molybdenum alloy with excellent high-temperature strength, good oxidation resistance, and excellent resistance to carburization and sulfidation. It is commonly used in gas turbine engine components, industrial furnace applications, and other high-temperature applications.
Haynes 617 has a nominal composition of 44.5% nickel, 20-24% chromium, 8-10% molybdenum, 0.5% maximum copper, 0.15% maximum carbon, 1.0% maximum cobalt, 0.5% maximum silicon, 1.0% maximum manganese, 0.015% maximum sulfur, 0.015% maximum phosphorus, and the balance iron.
Haynes 617 offers excellent mechanical properties at high temperatures, making it ideal for use in gas turbine engine components such as combustion liners, transition ducts, and exhaust systems. Its high-temperature strength and resistance to carburization and sulfidation make it suitable for use in industrial furnace applications such as radiant tubes, muffles, and retorts.
In addition to its high-temperature strength and resistance to oxidation and carburization, Haynes 617 also offers good resistance to thermal shock and thermal fatigue. This makes it ideal for use in applications that require resistance to cyclic heating and cooling, such as gas turbine engine components and industrial furnace applications.
Overall, Haynes 617 is a versatile high-temperature alloy that offers excellent mechanical properties and resistance to corrosion and oxidation in high-temperature environments. Its use in gas turbine engine components and industrial furnace applications has been well-established, and it continues to be an important material in these industries.
US standards: AMS 5887: Standard specification for Haynes 617 plate, sheet, and strip; AMS 5888: Standard specification for Haynes 617 rod, wire, and bar; AMS 5889: Standard specification for Haynes 617 seamless or welded pipe; ASME SB 166: Standard specification for Haynes 617 rod, wire, and bar; ASME SB 167: Standard specification for Haynes 617 seamless pipe; ASME SB 168: Standard specification for Haynes 617 plate, sheet, and strip; ASME SB 564: Standard specification for Haynes 617 forgings.

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GB/JIS:NW 6617/UNS:N06617/W.Nr:2.4663


Haynes 718 alloy

Haynes 718 alloy is a precipitation-hardening nickel-chromium alloy that offers high strength, toughness, and resistance to corrosion and high-temperature environments. It was developed in the 1950s for use in gas turbine engine components, and has since found a wide range of applications in other high-stress industries such as aerospace, nuclear, and chemical processing.
The alloy is characterized by its excellent mechanical properties, including high tensile and yield strength, good ductility and toughness, and resistance to fatigue, creep, and stress-corrosion cracking. These properties are achieved through a combination of precipitation hardening and solid-solution strengthening, which involve heat treatment processes that cause the formation of fine, uniform precipitates within the metal matrix.
Haynes 718 alloy also has good resistance to oxidation and other forms of corrosion, particularly in high-temperature environments. It is capable of maintaining its properties at temperatures up to around 1300�°F (700�°C), making it suitable for use in hot sections of gas turbine engines, nuclear reactor components, and other high-temperature applications.
In addition to its mechanical and corrosion resistance properties, Haynes 718 alloy also has good weldability and machinability. It can be readily welded using a range of methods, and can be easily machined using standard metalworking techniques.
Overall, Haynes 718 alloy is a versatile and reliable material that has proven itself in a wide range of demanding applications. Its combination of high strength, toughness, and resistance to corrosion and high-temperature environments make it an ideal choice for use in critical components where reliability and performance are paramount.
Haynes 718 alloy standards vary by country. Here are some of the common ones:
United States Standards: AMS 5596: Standard Specification for Nickel Alloy, Corrosion and Heat-Resistant, Sheet, Strip, and Plate, Haynes 718 AMS 5662: Standard Specification for Nickel Alloy, Bars, Forgings, and Rings, Haynes 718 AMS 5663: Standard Specification for Nickel Alloy, Bars, Forgings, and Rings, Haynes 718 (UNS N07718) AMS 5664: Standard Specification for Nickel Alloy, Bars, Forgings, and Rings, Haynes 718 (UNS N07718) AMS 5832: Standard Specification for Nickel Alloy, Corrosion and Heat-Resistant, Welding Wire, Haynes 718 AMS 5962: Standard Specification for Nickel Alloy, Corrosion and Heat-Resistant, Bars, Forgings, and Rings, Haynes 718 AMS 5838: Standard Specification for Nickel Alloy, Corrosion and Heat-Resistant, Welding Wire, Haynes 718SPF

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GB/JIS:NW7718/UNS:NW7718/W.Nr:2.4668


Mar-12-24
Hastelloy X

Hastelloy X is a high-temperature, corrosion-resistant nickel-chromium-iron-molybdenum alloy. It has excellent high-temperature strength and good oxidation resistance up to 1200�°C, making it suitable for use in a range of applications that require resistance to high temperatures and harsh environments.
Hastelloy X is often used in gas turbine engine components such as combustor cans, flame holders, and transition ducts. It is also used in industrial furnace components such as muffles and radiant tubes, as well as in chemical processing equipment and heat exchangers.
This alloy has a unique combination of mechanical properties that make it suitable for use in high-stress applications at elevated temperatures. It has good ductility, high strength, and excellent resistance to thermal fatigue and thermal shock. Additionally, it has good resistance to both oxidizing and reducing environments, including wet chlorine and sulfuric acid.
Hastelloy X is typically supplied in the solution-annealed condition, which provides good ductility and toughness. It can be easily welded using common welding techniques, and can also be formed and machined using standard methods.
Overall, Hastelloy X is a versatile and reliable alloy that offers excellent performance in high-temperature, corrosive environments. Its unique combination of properties makes it an ideal choice for a range of demanding applications in the aerospace, chemical processing, and industrial sectors.
Here are the international standards for Hastelloy X:
American Standards: AMS 5536: Standard Specification for Heat-Resistant Nickel Alloy Plate, Sheet, and Strip. AMS 5754: Standard Specification for Superstrength Alloy Wrought Nickel Alloys. AMS 5798: Standard Specification for Welding Wire, Corrosion Resistant, Nickel Alloy, Hastelloy X. ASTM B435: Standard Specification for UNS N06002 Alloy Plate, Sheet, and Strip. ASTM B572: Standard Specification for UNS N06002 Nickel Alloy Round Bar.
European Standards: EN 2.4665: Nickel and nickel alloys - Plate, sheet, and strip. EN 2.4666: Nickel and nickel alloys - Bars and wire. EN 2.4667: Nickel and nickel alloys - Seamless tubes. EN 2.4694: Nickel and nickel alloys - Welded tubes.
Japanese Standards: JIS NW 0675: Nickel and nickel alloys - Plate, sheet, and strip. JIS NW 0676: Nickel and nickel alloys - Bars and wire. JIS NW 0677: Nickel and nickel alloys - Seamless pipes and tubes. JIS NW 0678: Nickel and nickel alloys - Welded pipes and tubes.
Chinese Standards: GB/T 14992: Nickel and nickel alloys - Plate, sheet, and strip. GB/T 14994: Nickel and nickel alloys - Bars and wire. GB/T 14996: Nickel and nickel alloys - Seamless tubes. GB/T 14997: Nickel and nickel alloys - Welded tubes.

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GB/JIS:HR505/UNSï¼?N06002/W.Nrï¼?2.4665


Mar-12-24
Hastelloy C

Hastelloy C is a nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy that provides excellent corrosion resistance in a variety of harsh environments. It is commonly used in the chemical processing, petrochemical, and power generation industries for its high resistance to a wide range of corrosive media, including strong oxidizing agents, reducing environments, and hot contaminated solutions.
Hastelloy C also exhibits good thermal stability, making it suitable for use in high-temperature environments. Its thermal conductivity is 67 Btu�·in/(hr�·ft�²�·�°F) (9.7 W/(m�·K)), and its coefficient of thermal expansion is 7.7 �? 10^-6 in/in/�°F (13.9 �? 10^-6 m/m/�°C).
In addition to its excellent corrosion resistance and mechanical properties, Hastelloy C is also weldable and easily fabricated into a variety of shapes and forms. It can be cold worked, hot worked, and annealed for optimal performance.
Overall, Hastelloy C is a versatile alloy that offers exceptional performance in a wide range of harsh environments. Its combination of corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, and thermal stability make it a popular choice for demanding applications in the chemical processing, petrochemical, and power generation industries.
US Standards: AMS 5750: Standard specification for Hastelloy C steel bars and shapes; AMS 5786: Standard specification for Hastelloy C welding wire; AMS 5771: Standard specification for Hastelloy C plate, sheet, and strip; AMS 5757: Standard specification for Hastelloy C seamless pipe and tube; ASME SB 574: Standard specification for Hastelloy C forged fittings.
European Standards: EN 2.4819: Standard specification for Hastelloy C steel bars, wire, and forgings; EN 10095: Standard specification for Hastelloy C plate, sheet, and strip; EN 10216-5: Standard specification for Hastelloy C seamless steel tubes; EN 10217-5: Standard specification for Hastelloy C welded steel tubes.
Japanese Standards: JIS NW 6222: Standard specification for Hastelloy C plate, sheet, and strip; JIS NW 6022: Standard specification for Hastelloy C rods and wires; JIS NW 6220: Standard specification for Hastelloy C seamless pipes and tubes; JIS NW 6221: Standard specification for Hastelloy C welded pipes and tubes.
Chinese Standards: GB/T 15006: Standard specification for Hastelloy C bars, wires, and profiles; GB/T 15008: Standard specification for Hastelloy C plate, sheet, and strip; GB/T 15011: Standard specification for Hastelloy C seamless pipes and tubes; GB/T 15012: Standard specification for Hastelloy C welded pipes and tubes.

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Incoloy alloy 909

Incoloy Alloy 909 is a high-temperature high-strength alloy, which is a kind of nickel-based alloy. It contains nickel, iron, chromium, molybdenum, cobalt and other elements, and added traces of carbon, aluminum, titanium, zirconium and other elements. Incoloy Alloy 909 has excellent high temperature performance, high strength and corrosion resistance, and has good stability and durability in high temperature and corrosive environments, so it is widely used in aerospace, nuclear energy, chemical, petrochemical, medical equipment and other fields .
Key features and benefits of Incoloy Alloy 909 include:
High-temperature performance: Incoloy Alloy 909 can still maintain high strength and good stability in high-temperature environments, and can be used for a long time in high-temperature environments around 1100�°C.
Corrosion resistance: Incoloy Alloy 909 has excellent corrosion resistance, can withstand the corrosion of most organic acids, alkaline solutions and salt water, and also has a certain resistance to hydrogen corrosion.
High strength: Incoloy Alloy 909 has excellent strength and can maintain its mechanical properties under high temperature and high stress environment.
Ease of processing: Incoloy Alloy 909 is easy to process and shape, and can be processed by brazing, arc welding, and TIG welding.
The international standard designations for Incoloy alloy 909 include UNS N19909 and W.Nr. 1.4884. There are also corresponding standards and specifications in different countries and regions, such as AMS and ASTM standards in the United States, EN standards in Europe, and JIS and JPI standards in Japan.
Here are the specific standards and designations for Incoloy alloy 909 in different countries:
United States: AMS 5884, AMS 5885, AMS 5886, AMS 5891, ASTM B408, UNS N19909
Germany: DIN 17752, DIN 17753, DIN 17754, W.Nr. 1.4884
United Kingdom: BS HR 6
Europe: EN 10095
Japan: JIS H4551, JPI-SB46

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BS:HR 6/JIS:NCF 909/UNS:N19909/W.Nr:1.4884


Incoloy Alloy 925

Incoloy alloy 925 is a precipitation-hardenable nickel-iron-chromium alloy that contains additions of molybdenum, copper, titanium, and aluminum. The alloy has excellent mechanical properties at both ambient and elevated temperatures, making it suitable for use in a wide range of applications, including sour gas and oil production, aerospace, chemical processing, and marine engineering.
Incoloy alloy 925 is known for its high strength, which is achieved through a combination of solid solution strengthening and precipitation hardening. It also exhibits excellent resistance to corrosion and oxidation in a variety of environments, including those containing sulfides and chlorides.
The addition of molybdenum and copper to the alloy improves its resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion, while the titanium and aluminum additions enhance its resistance to intergranular attack. The combination of these elements makes Incoloy alloy 925 highly resistant to stress corrosion cracking and hydrogen embrittlement.
The alloy is typically supplied in the solution annealed condition, and can be easily fabricated using common techniques such as welding, brazing, and machining. After fabrication, the alloy can be precipitation hardened to achieve its maximum strength.
Incoloy alloy 925 is available in a range of forms, including round bars, flat bars, forgings, and wire. It is also available in various sizes and dimensions to meet the specific needs of different applications.
Overall, Incoloy alloy 925 is a versatile and high-performance alloy that offers excellent strength, corrosion resistance, and durability in demanding applications.
The international standard designations for Incoloy alloy 925 include UNS N09925 and W.Nr. 2.4858. There are also corresponding standards and specifications in different countries and regions, such as AMS and ASTM standards in the United States, EN standards in Europe, and JIS and JPI standards in Japan.
Here are the specific standards and designations for Incoloy alloy 925 in different countries:
United States: AMS 5660, AMS 5661, AMS 5662, AMS 5663, AMS 5664, AMS 5672, AMS 5872, ASTM B408, ASTM B805, UNS N09925
Germany: DIN 17742, DIN 17753, DIN 17754, W.Nr. 2.4858
United Kingdom: BS 3076, BS HR 6
Europe: EN 10095, EN 10204-3.1
Japan: JIS G4902, JPI-SB46

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Incoloy alloy 925 has a wide range of applications in various industries, including:
Oil and Gas Industry: Incoloy alloy 925 is widely used in oil and gas industry due to its high strength, excellent corrosion resistance, and resistance to sulfide stress cracking in sour environments. It is used in various components of downhole tools, such as subsurface safety valves, tubing hangers, and packers.


Mar-12-24
Hastelloy N

Hastelloy N is a nickel-based corrosion-resistant alloy that is known for its excellent high-temperature and high-stress properties. This alloy is composed of nickel, molybdenum, iron, chromium, cobalt, and trace amounts of other elements such as copper, aluminum, and titanium.
The chemical composition of Hastelloy N typically includes 65-70% nickel, 4.0-6.0% molybdenum, 2.0-4.0% iron, 1.0-3.0% chromium, and 1.0-3.0% cobalt. These elements work together to provide a combination of strength and corrosion resistance, making Hastelloy N suitable for use in harsh environments.
In terms of mechanical properties, Hastelloy N has a minimum tensile strength of 690 MPa, a minimum yield strength of 310 MPa, and a minimum elongation of 40%. Its hardness, as measured by the Brinell hardness scale (HB), is typically no greater than 241. These properties make it a reliable and durable material for use in various applications.
One of the major advantages of Hastelloy N is its excellent resistance to corrosion in a wide range of environments, including high-temperature and high-stress situations. This makes it a popular choice for use in applications such as chemical processing, petrochemical production, pollution control, and nuclear fuel processing, where exposure to corrosive environments is common.
Hastelloy N is produced according to various international standards, including ASTM B619, ASTM B626, ASME SB619, ASME SB626, DIN 17744, WERKSTOFF Nr. 2.4648, and JIS NW4400. These standards specify the chemical composition, mechanical properties, processing methods, and testing procedures for Hastelloy N, ensuring consistent quality and reliability.
Overall, Hastelloy N is a high-performance alloy that is valued for its exceptional corrosion resistance, strength, and durability in harsh environments.
Here are the international standards for Hastelloy N:
American Standards: AMS 5870: Hastelloy N sheet, strip, and plate standard specification; AMS 5886: Hastelloy N rod, bar, and wire standard specification; AMS 5887: Hastelloy N seamless or welded pipe and tube standard specification.

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GB/JIS:NW6693/UNS:N10003/W.Nr:2.4648


Hastelloy G-30

Hastelloy G-30 is a high chromium nickel-base alloy which has superior corrosion resistance over most other nickel and iron-base alloys in commercial phosphoric acid as well as many complex environments containing highly oxidizing acids such as nitric/hydrochloric, nitric/hydrofluoric and sulfuric acids. It has good resistance to localized corrosion and to both reducing and oxidizing aqueous media.
In addition to its excellent corrosion resistance, Hastelloy G-30 also exhibits good mechanical properties, such as high strength and ductility. It can be easily formed, welded, and machined using standard processes, making it suitable for a wide range of applications in various industries, including chemical processing, petrochemical, pollution control, pulp and paper, and more.
Some of the key features and benefits of Hastelloy G-30 include:
Excellent corrosion resistance in highly oxidizing acids and other aggressive environments
Good resistance to localized corrosion caused by chlorides and other halide ions
High strength and ductility
Good formability, weldability, and machinability
Suitable for a wide range of applications in various industries
Overall, Hastelloy G-30 is an excellent choice for applications that require superior corrosion resistance and high mechanical properties in highly aggressive environments. Its unique combination of chemical composition and mechanical properties make it a versatile and reliable alloy for a wide range of industrial applications.
American Standards: AMS 5878: Standard Specification for Hastelloy G-30 Plate, Sheet, and Strip; AMS 5838: Standard Specification for Hastelloy G-30 Bars and Shapes; ASME SB 582: Standard Specification for Nickel-Chromium-Iron-Molybdenum-Copper Alloy (UNS N06007) Plate, Sheet, and Strip; ASME SB 575: Standard Specification for Nickel-Chromium-Iron Alloys (UNS N06600, N06601, N06603, N06690, N06693, N06025, N06045, and N06696), Nickel-Chromium-Cobalt-Molybdenum Alloy (UNS N06617), and Nickel-Iron-Chromium-Tungsten Alloy (UNS N06674) Plate, Sheet, and Strip; ASME SB 581: Standard Specification for Nickel-Chromium-Iron-Molybdenum-Copper Alloy (UNS N06007) Seamless Pipe and Tube; ASME SB 462: Standard Specification for Forged or Rolled Nickel Alloy Pipe Flanges, Forged Fittings, and Valves and Parts for Corrosive High-Temperature Service.

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BS:HR 202/JIS:NW6030/UNS:N06030/W.Nr:2.4603


Haynes 25 Steel Coil

Haynes 25, also known as L-605 alloy, is a high-temperature, high-strength, and highly corrosion-resistant superalloy. It is developed and produced by Haynes International, Inc. in the United States and is typically used in high-temperature, high-pressure, and highly corrosive environments.
The main components of Haynes 25 alloy are cobalt, chromium, molybdenum, iron, and tungsten, with cobalt content exceeding 50%. This gives it better high-temperature strength and corrosion resistance than other nickel-based alloys. The alloy also has excellent high-temperature oxidation and thermal corrosion resistance, can be used in high-temperature environments up to 1200â??, and has good machinability and weldability.
Here are the Haynes 25 alloy's various country standards in English:
US: AMS 5537, AMS 5796, AMS 5797, AMS 5800, AMS 5801, AMS 5803, AMS 5876, AMS 5894, ASTM B424, ASTM B425, UNS R30605
Europe: EN 2.4964
Germany: DIN 17744, VdTÃ??V 424
France: AFNOR NC 22 K, AIR 9165
UK: BS HR 5, BS HR 504, BS HR 505
Japan: JIS NW6025

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GB/JIS:NW alloy L-605/UNS:R30605/W.Nr:2.4964

Haynes 25 alloy has a wide range of applications in various industries due to its excellent high-temperature strength, corrosion resistance, and oxidation resistance. It is commonly used in gas turbine engine components, such as combustor liners, turbine blades, and afterburner parts. It is also used in the aerospace industry for hot section components, including heat shields, jet engine exhaust systems, and rocket motor components. In addition, Haynes 25 alloy finds use in chemical and petrochemical processing, where it is utilized for equipment such as reactors, distillation columns, and heat exchangers. It is also employed in high-temperature furnace components, such as muffles, retorts, and flame shields.


Hastelloy C-276

Hastelloy C-276 is a nickel-molybdenum-chromium superalloy with exceptional corrosion resistance in a variety of aggressive media. It was developed by Haynes International in the 1960s as a more versatile alternative to other nickel alloys such as Hastelloy B-2 and Hastelloy C-4. The high chromium content in Hastelloy C-276 provides superior resistance to oxidizing environments, while the molybdenum and tungsten enhance resistance to reducing media. The nickel content also makes Hastelloy C-276 highly resistant to chloride-induced stress corrosion cracking.
Hastelloy C-276 has a wide range of applications in industries such as chemical processing, pulp and paper production, waste treatment, and pollution control. Its resistance to hot sulfuric acid and chlorine environments makes it suitable for use in scrubbers, ducting, and piping systems. It is also used in flue gas desulfurization systems and in the production of organic chemicals such as acetic acid and acetic anhydride.
Hastelloy C-276 is a versatile alloy that can be easily fabricated using traditional techniques such as hot and cold forming, welding, and machining. It can also be heat treated to optimize its properties for specific applications. For example, annealing at temperatures between 2050�°F and 2150�°F can improve resistance to intergranular attack, while solution annealing at 2150�°F followed by rapid quenching can enhance resistance to localized corrosion.
Overall, Hastelloy C-276 is an excellent choice for applications that require superior corrosion resistance and high strength in aggressive environments. Its versatility, ease of fabrication, and excellent mechanical properties make it a popular choice in a variety of industries.
The following are the various national standards for Hastelloy C-276 alloy:
United States: AMS 5750, AMS 5751, AMS 5796, AMS 5587, ASTM B366, ASTM B462, ASTM B574, ASTM B575, ASTM B619, ASTM B622, ASTM B626, UNS N10276
Europe: EN 2.4819
Germany: DIN 17744
France: AFNOR NC 17 D
United Kingdom: BS HR 202, BS HR 403
Japan: JIS NW 0276

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GB:GH2761/JIS:NW 0276/UNS :N10276/W.Nr:2.4819

Hastelloy C-276 has a wide range of applications in industries such as:
Chemical processing
Pulp and paper production
Waste treatment
Pollution control
Scrubbers, ducting, and piping systems in sulfuric acid and chlorine environments
Flue gas desulfurization systems
Production of organic chemicals such as acetic acid and acetic anhydride.
It is also used in various other applications where corrosion resistance and high strength are critical.


Mar-12-24
Inconel 601

Inconel 601, an alloy material. Excellent oxidation resistance at high temperature, good carbonation resistance, good oxidation resistance to sulfur-containing atmosphere, good mechanical properties at room temperature and high temperature, good resistance to stress corrosion cracking due to controlled Carbon content and grain size, 601 has higher creep rupture strength, so it is recommended to use 601 in the field above 500 �°C.
Below are the international standard designations and specifications for Inconel 601:
American standard designation: UNS N06601, Specifications: ASTM B166, ASTM B167, ASTM B168, ASTM B775, ASTM B829, ASTM B517, ASTM B751, ASTM B775, ASTM B829, ASTM B775, ASTM B751, ASTM B775, AMS 5715, AMS 5870, AMS 5871, AMS 5580, AMS 5715, AMS 5870, AMS 5871, AMS 5580.
German standard designation: W.Nr. 2.4851, Specifications: DIN 17742, DIN 17750, DIN 17751, DIN 17752, DIN 17753, DIN 17754.
Japanese standard designation: JIS NCF 601, Specifications: JIS G4902, JIS G4903, JIS G4904, JIS G4905, JIS G4906, JIS G4907.
Chinese standard designation: GH236, Specifications: GB/T 5580, GB/T 14992, GB/T 14995, GB/T 14997, GB/T 15000, GB/T 15001.

We can provide the following the form:Inconel601 alloy coil; Inconel601 alloy strip;Inconel601 alloy plate; Inconel601 alloy sheets; Inconel601 alloy tube; Inconel601 alloy pipe;
Inconel601 alloy flat; Inconel601 alloy bar

GB:1Cr23Ni60Fe13Al;JIS:NAS 601/NCF 601;UNS:N06601;W.Nr:2.4851

1. Trays, baskets and fixtures used in heat treatment factories.
2. Steel wire split annealing and radiant tubes, high-velocity gas burners, wire mesh belts in industrial furnaces.
3. Isolation tanks in ammonia reforming and catalytic support grids in nitric acid manufacturing.
4. Exhaust system components
5. Combustion chamber of solid waste incinerator
6. Pipe supports and soot handling components
7. Exhaust gas detoxification system components
8. Oxygen reheater


Mar-12-24
Inconel 22

INCONEL 22 is extremely resistant to water and general corrosion, crevice corrosion, intergranular attack, pitting and stress corrosion cracking, tough and versatile even at high temperatures. A nickel base with 22% chromium, Inconel 22 is completely austenitic. This means it is non-magnetic and will not harden with heat treatment. Nickel also helps protect the alloy from corrosion by halides such as chloride and fluoride when subjected to extreme heat. In addition to nickel and chromium, Inconel 22 contains 14% molybdenum and 3% tungsten. These two metals make the alloy resistant to wet reducing media such as iron, copper salts and nitric acid. Combined with chromium's resistance to wet oxidizing media such as iron salts, copper salts and nitric acid, this makes Inconel 22 particularly suitable for use in highly corrosive environments where safety is paramount.
American standard designation: UNS N06022, Specifications: ASTM B564, ASTM B574, ASTM B462, ASTM B335, ASTM B622, ASTM B626, ASTM B366, ASTM B574, ASTM B622, ASTM B619, ASTM B775, ASTM B462, ASTM B564, ASTM B472, ASTM B775, ASTM B829.
German standard designation: W.Nr. 2.4602, Specifications: DIN 17744, DIN 17750, DIN 17751, DIN 17752, DIN 17754.
Japanese standard designation: JIS NW6022, Specifications: JIS G4902, JIS G4903, JIS G4904, JIS G4905, JIS G4906, JIS G4907.
Chinese standard designation: GH3030, Specifications: GB/T 15007, GB/T 15008, GB/T 15009, GB/T 15010, GB/T 15011, GB/T 15012.

We can provide the following the form:Inconel22 alloy coil; Inconel22 alloy strip;Inconel22 alloy plate; Inconel22 alloy sheets; Inconel22 alloy tube; Inconel22 alloy pipe;
Inconel22 alloy flat; Inconel22 alloy bar

GB:GH3030;JIS:NW6022;UNS:N06022;W.Nr:2.4602

Pollution control (flue gas desulfurization), waste treatment, power generation, pulp and paper processing, marine applications, and chemical and petrochemical processing.


 
 
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