With better strength at higher temperatures, Stainless steel 422 is an appealing alternative to Stainless 403. It offers ductility and strength from room temperature to 1200°F (649°C) and resists scaling and oxidation to 1400°F (760°C).CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF STAINLESS STEEL 422
|C (Carbon)||0.08% Max|
|Mn (Manganese)||1.0% Max|
|Si (Silicon)||0.75% Max|
|S (Sulphur)||0.03% Max|
|P (Phosphorus)||0.04% Max|
|Tensile Strength @ Break||725 Mpa /10500psi Min|
|Tensile Strength @ Yield||550 Mpa / 79800 psi Min 0.2% offset|
|Elongation @ Break||25% Min in 2"|
Stock Sizes: Custom sizes available
STEEL BAR TYPE
STEEL BAR AMS
STEEL BAR ASTM
STEEL BAR FEDERAL
STEEL BAR CHARACTERISTICS
|317 Steel Bar|| |
|QQ-S-763||Higher alloy content improves basic advantages of Type 316|
|317L Steel Bar|| |
|A182||QQ-S-763||Extra low carbon variation of T-317 for welded structures.|
|QQ-S-763||Mo improves general corrosion and pitting resistance and high temperature strength.|
A martinsitic precipitation hardening steel, Custom 450© stainless steel offers high strength combined with excellent corrosion resistance similar to 304 stainless in corrosion resistance with moderate strength similar to that of 410 stainless. As with most precipitation hardened alloys, Custom 450© stainless has excellent transverse properties.
Used when ease of welding and brazing in fabrication is required. Custom 450©, unlike many precipitation hardening grades, Custom 450© can be used in the annealed condition.
Applications: Valve parts, Paper mills, aircraft and power generation, chemical processing, nuclear and space craft.
Heat Treatment: Solution heat treatment, heat at 1875/1925f (1024/1052c cool to below 90f (32c) to allow material to fully martensite. Material can be air cooled, but should be rapidly quenched for best response to aging.
Aging: All solution treated materials: Condition H-900 4hrs and air cool. H-900 offers the best combination of ductility, strength and toughness. H-1150 increases ductility but decreases strength.
Alloy 465 is a martensitic, age hard enable alloy. Alloy 465 is capable of ultimate tensile strength in excess of 250 ksi in the over aged (H 950) condition. By over aging Alloy 465 to the H1000 condition, Alloy 465 obtains a superior combination of strength, toughness and stress corrosion cracking.
Alloy 465 is a martensitic, age harden able alloy. Alloy 465 is capable of ultimate tensile strength in excess of 250 ksi in the overaged (H 950) condition. By overaging Alloy 465 to the H1000 condition, Alloy 465 obtains a superior combination of strength, toughness and stress corrosion cracking.
Alloy 465 is available as Bar (Round, Flat, Square), Wire, Strip, Billet. For all stock availability contact Sales.
15-5 PH plate, or precipitation hardened, stainless steel plate is a high strength, ferrite-free alloy used worldwide. 15-5 PH plate displays excellent fatigue and wear-resistant properties and good resistance to corrosion. 15-5 PH is a ductile material that exhibits minimal distortion when subjected to heat treatments. These properties make 15-5 PH plates ideal for a wide range of applications, including those in the aerospace, chemical, petrochemical, metalworking and food processing industries.
The products 15-5 PH plate is used to manufacture include:
15-5 PH plate is an ideal material for applications that require high fatigue and wear resistance coupled with good corrosion resistance. It is an economic material, as it is more cost-effective than high-nickel, non-ferrous alloys for most applications. At Altemp Alloys, we offer 15-5 PH plates in the BMS 7-240, ASTM-A-693 and AMS 5862 configurations. If you would like to inquire about pricing, please contact our team of experts.
15-5 is a variant of the older 17-4 chromium-nickel-copper precipitation hardening stainless steel. Both alloys exhibit high strength and moderate corrosion resistance. High strength is maintained to approximately 600 degrees F. The 15-5 alloy was designed to have greater toughness than 17-4. This improved toughness is achieved by reduced delta ferrite content and control of inclusion size and shape.Applications:
|15-5 PH Stainless Steel Condition A (annealed)|
|Ultimate Tensile Strength, psi||161,000|
|Yield Strength, psi||140,000|
|Iron (Fe)||71.91 - 79.85%|
|Carbon (C)||0.07% max|
|Chrome (Cr)||14 - 15.5%|
|Manganese (Mn)||1% max|
|Niobium (Nb) Tantalum (Ta)||0.15 - 0.45% max|
|Nickel (Ni)||3.5 - 5.5%|
|Phosphorus (P)||0.04% max|
|Sulphur (S)||0.03% min|
|Silicon (Si)||1% max|
347 stainless is an austenitic stainless steel offering an excellent resistance to inter-granular corrosion following exposure to temperatures in the chromium carbide precipitation range from 800 to 1500O F. Alloy 347 alloyed with columbium-tantalum (referred to as niobium) allows good mechanical properties at high temperatures.Applications:
Nickel 200, also known as UNS N02200, is considered commercially pure 99% wrought nickel, one of the toughest metals. Its characteristics include excellent mechanical properties, a low gas content, low vapor pressure, magnetic properties, and high thermal and electrical conductivity. These properties and its chemical composition make Nickel 200 fabricatable and highly resistant to corrosive environments. It is useful in any environment below 600° F, as well as highly resistant to corrosion by neutral and alkaline salt solutions. Nickel 200 also has low corrosion rates in neutral and distilled water, it can be hot formed to any shape and formed cold by all methods.Industries that use 200 include: