High-Temperature Superalloy Distributor

 

Superalloys, or High Temperature Alloys, are alloys that exhibit several key characteristics: excellent mechanical strength, resistance, thermal creep deformation, good surface stability and resistance to corrosion or oxidation. The term ‘superalloy’ was coined after World War II to describe alloys developed for use in turbine engines and turbo-superchargers that required high performance at elevated temperatures. The three major classes of superalloys are nickel-, iron-, and cobalt-based alloys. Since 1978, ASM has been supplying High Temperature Superalloys to the aerospace, and petroleum-chemical processing industries.

For more information or to receive a prompt superalloy price quote, please contact us at 800 398-4345, 954-977-0666 or submit the Request Information form on the right side of this page.

 

 

              

 

 

SHEET & PLATE

 

  SIZES:

  ,010 to .160 x R/W x R/L

  .188 to 5.00 x R/W x R/L 

  TYPE   SPECIFICATIONS
  A-286   AMS-5525
HASTELLOY C-276* ASTM-B-575
  HASTELLOY C*   AMS-5530
  HASTELLOY X*   AMS-5536, B50TF24, 25, PWA-1038
  HAYNES 188*   AMS-5608, PWA-1042, B50TF74
  INCOLOY 800²   AMS-5871, ASTMB409
  INCONEL 600²   AMS-5540
  INCONEL 617²   AMS-5888, 5889, PWA-1165, B50TF181
  INCONEL 625²   AMS-5599
  INCONEL 718²   AMS-5596, 5597, B50TF14
  INCONEL 722²   AMS-5541, B50T73
  INCONEL X-750²   AMS-5542, 5598
  L-605, HAYNES 25*   AMS-5537
  N-155, MULTIMET*   AMS-5532
  NICKEL 200   ASTM-B162
  NICKEL 201   AMS-5553
  MONEL 400²   AMS-4544, ASTM B127, QQN281
  RENE 41*   AMS-5545, B50TF76, B50TF109
  WASPALOY¹   AMS-5544

 

ROD, BAR & FORGINGS

 

  Full Range of

  Sizes in All Shapes

  Forgings:

  Full range of sizes

 

  TYPE   SPECIFICATIONS
  A-286   AMS-5731, 5732, 5734, 5737
HASTELLOY C-276* ASTM-B-574
  HASTELLOY C*   AMS-5750
  HASTELLOY X*   AMS-5754, B50TF31
  INCOLOY 800²   AMTMB408
  INCONEL 600²   AMS-5665
  INCONEL 625²   AMS-5666
  INCONEL 718²   AMS-5662, 5663, 5664, B50TF15, LBO170-186
  INCONEL 722²   AMS-5714
  INCONEL X-750²   AMS-5667, 5668, 5670, 5671
  L-605, HAYES 25*   AMS-5759
  N-155   AMS-5768, 5769
  NICKEL 200   ASTMB160
  MONEL 400²   ASTMB164, QQN281
  MONEL²  K500²   AMS4676, QQN286
  WASPALOY¹   AMS-5704, 5706, 5707, 5708, 5709
  INCONEL 901²   AMS-5660, 5661
  RENE 41*   AMS-5712, 5713, B50TF75

 

TUBING


  Sizes:

  .020 to 12.00 OD

  .002 to 4.00 Wall

  TYPE   SPECIFICATIONS
  A-286   AMS-5732, 5734, 5737
  HASTELLOY X*   AMS-5587, 5588, PWA-1066
  HAYNES 188*   PWA-1088
  INCONEL 600²   AMS-5580, PWA-1060, 1070
  INCONEL 625²   AMS-5581, PWA-1069, 1072, B50TF133
  INCONEL 718²   AMS-5589, 5590, PWA-1065
  INCONEL X-750²   AMS-5582
  WASPALOY¹   AMS-5586
  L-605   B50T27

 

¹ Trademark United Technologies * Trademark Hayes
 ² Trademark Inco Alloys  

 

The commercial forms of nickel and cobalt based alloys fall into the following categories:

 

High Temperature

These materials are designed to provide unique strength and/or corrosion properties at elevated temperatures. Major attributes include properties such as high strength, high creep resistance, resistance to softening, or resistance to metals loss at high temperature from oxidation, sulfidation, or carburization. Nickel content ranges from approximately 25% to 60%, with critical amounts of chromium, molybdenum, columbium and titanium.

 

Grade End Use
AL 600 Furnace parts, Heat treatment fixtures and restaurant cooking appliances
AL 601 Heat treat baskets, Muffles and Retorts
AL 625 HP Applications similar to AL 625 where extended fatigue life is desired, particularly at low cycle.
AL 800™
AL 800H™
AL 800AT™
Process piping, Heat treat fixtures and Furnace parts
ALTEMP™ 263 Land based gas turbines
ALTEMP™ 625
AL 718
AL 722
AL X750
Jet engine nacelles, Engine plumbing, Aircraft ducting, Recuperators and Trust

 

Corrosion Resistant

These alloys are intended for applications in the chemical processing, petroleum refining, marine, heat treating, pollution and waste control industries where common 200, 300 and 400 Series stainlesses may not provide adequate corrosion protection. The Corrosion Resistant Materials may be grouped as follows:

 

Grade End Use
AL 200/201

Containers and Piping

AL 22

Flue-gas desulphurization systems, Waste incinerators, and Sour Gas service

AL 276

Pipe, tube for aggressive chloride environments

AL 400

Pumps, Valves and Fittings

AL 825

Pollution control and Radioactive waste equipment, Chemical transportation and acid production equipment, Pickling equipment, Oil/Gas well piping.

ALLCORR®

Highly aggressive acidic chloride environments

 

Electric

Soft Magnetic - Controlled Expansion - The thermal expansion characteristics of this group are used in several ways. For glass-to-metal sealing applications, the thermal expansion characteristics of glass and metal are closely matched and the metal must also have an oxide which fluxes at high temperature with the glass to provide a hermetic and mechanically sound joint. The most common applications are attachment of metallic parts to the internal of TV and cathode ray tubes, and also certain lamp bulb bases.

 

Grade End Use
AL 36

Controlled Expansion: Liquefied gas storage, Bimetallic strips for thermometers, LNG, TV Aperature masks, Composite wing molds.

AL 42

Controlled Expansion: Lead frames, Color TB electron guns, Glass-metal and ceramic-metal seals, Transistors.

AL 4750

Soft Magnetic: Magnetic relay parts, Magnetic shielding, Pole pieces, Specialty motor stators and rotors, Electric Transformers and Magnetic amplifiers

Moly Permalloy

Soft Magnetic: Cores and relay components for high sensitivity ground fault circuit breakers, Magnetic shields and Electric transformers

 

 For more information about Nickel Alloys, please visit the Nickel Development Institute website at www.nidi.org.

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Aerospace Nickel Alloy

 

 

Nickel-based Superalloys have been developed for very high temperature applications where relatively high stresses are encountered and where high surface stability is frequently required. Nickel is a very versatile metal with many applications in the aerospace industry. It's ability to alloy with a wide range of metals has brought it to the forefront of metallurgy. Nickel alloys possess high strength and excellent corrosion resistance, particularly in aerospace applications where elevated temperatures are present. Cobalt is a strategic and critical metal used in many diverse commercial, industrial, and military applications. The largest use of cobalt in the aerospace industry is to make parts for gas turbine aircraft engines. Heat resistant alloys of nickel and cobalt are used where high temperature performance, particularly creep resistance, is required. These alloys have been typically selected for gas turbine components such as blades, turbine wheels and latter stage compressor disks, which are subjected to long term rotational stresses and high temperatures.

 

 

 

Technical Data Links

 

TECHNICAL DATA LINKS
Allegheny Ludlum Altemp® A286 Iron-Base Superalloy, UNS S66286
Haynes® 188 alloy, 0% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet
Haynes® 188 alloy, 10% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet
Haynes® 188 alloy, 10% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet, 1065°C for 5 minutes
Haynes® 188 alloy, 10% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet, 1120°C for 5 minutes
Haynes® 188 alloy, 10% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet, 1175°C for 5 minutes
Haynes® 188 alloy, 20% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet
Haynes® 188 alloy, 20% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet, 1065°C for 5 minutes
Haynes® 188 alloy, 20% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet, 1120°C for 5 minutes
Haynes® 188 alloy, 20% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet, 1175°C for 5 minutes
Haynes® 188 alloy, 30% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet
Haynes® 188 alloy, 30% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet, 1065°C for 5 minutes
Haynes® 188 alloy, 30% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet, 1120°C for 5 minutes
Haynes® 188 alloy, 30% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet, 1175°C for 5 minutes
Haynes® 188 alloy, 40% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet
Haynes® 188 alloy, 40% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet, 1065°C for 5 minutes
Haynes® 188 alloy, 40% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet, 1120°C for 5 minutes
Haynes® 188 alloy, 40% cold reduction, 3.2 mm thick sheet, 1175°C for 5 minutes
Haynes® 188 alloy, cold rolled and 1175°C solution annealed sheet, tested at 1095°C (2000°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, cold rolled and 1175°C solution annealed sheet, tested at 540°C (1000°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, cold rolled and 1175°C solution annealed sheet, tested at 650°C (1200°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, cold rolled and 1175°C solution annealed sheet, tested at 760°C (1400°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, cold rolled and 1175°C solution annealed sheet, tested at 870°C (1600°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, cold rolled and 1175°C solution annealed sheet, tested at 980°C (1800°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, cold rolled and 1175°C solution annealed sheet, tested at RT
Haynes® 188 alloy, hot rolled and 1175°C solution annealed plate, tested at 1095°C (2000°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, hot rolled and 1175°C solution annealed plate, tested at 1150°C (2100°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, hot rolled and 1175°C solution annealed plate, tested at 1205°C (2200°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, hot rolled and 1175°C solution annealed plate, tested at 540°C (1000°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, hot rolled and 1175°C solution annealed plate, tested at 650°C (1200°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, hot rolled and 1175°C solution annealed plate, tested at 760°C (1400°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, hot rolled and 1175°C solution annealed plate, tested at 870°C (1600°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, hot rolled and 1175°C solution annealed plate, tested at 980°C (1800°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, hot rolled and 1175°C solution annealed plate, tested at RT
Haynes® 188 alloy, plate at RT after 0 hours at 650°C (1200°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, plate at RT after 0 hours at 760°C (1400°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, plate at RT after 0 hours at 870°C (1600°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, plate at RT after 1000 hours at 870°C (1600°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, plate at RT after 16000 hours at 870°C (1600°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, plate at RT after 4000 hours at 870°C (1600°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, plate at RT after 8000 hours at 650°C (1200°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, plate at RT after 8000 hours at 760°C (1400°F)
Haynes® 188 alloy, plate at RT after 8000 hours at 870°C (1600°F)
Haynes® Hastelloy® X alloy, sheet, tested at 1095°C (2000°F)
Haynes® Hastelloy® X alloy, sheet, tested at 540°C (1000°F)
Haynes® Hastelloy® X alloy, sheet, tested at 650°C (1200°F)
Haynes® Hastelloy® X alloy, sheet, tested at 760°C (1400°F)
Haynes® Hastelloy® X alloy, sheet, tested at 870°C (1600°F)
Haynes® Hastelloy® X alloy, sheet, tested at 980°C (1800°F)
Haynes® Hastelloy® X alloy, sheet, tested at RT
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.32 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at 1038°C
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.32 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at 649°C (1200°F)
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.32 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at 927°C
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.32 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at RT
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.6 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at 1093°C
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.6 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at 1149°C (2100°F)
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.6 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at 1204°C (2200°F)
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.6 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at 1260°C
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.6 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at 1288°C
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.6 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at 427°C (800°F)
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.6 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at 538°C (1000°F)
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.6 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at 649°C (1200°F)
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.6 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at 760°C (1400°F)
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.6 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at 871°C (1600°F)
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.6 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at 982°C
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 1.6 mm thick sheet, 1177°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at RT
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 12.7 mm (1/2 in.) thick plate, 1185°C heat treatment, water quenched, tested at -196°C
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 12.7 mm (1/2 in.) thick plate, 1185°C heat treatment, water quenched, tested at -78°C
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 12.7-50.8 mm hot-rolled bar, 1185°C heat treatment, water quenched, tested at RT
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 25.4-50.8 mm forged bar, 1185°C heat treatment, water quenched, tested at RT
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 533.4 by 82.55 mm forging, stress relieved at 649°C (1200°F), air cooled, tested at 649°C (1200°F)
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 533.4 by 82.55 mm forging, stress relieved at 649°C (1200°F), air cooled, tested at RT
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 6.15 mm hot-rolled bar, 10% cold reduction, tested at RT
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 6.15 mm hot-rolled bar, 1185°C heat treatment, rapid air cooled, tested at RT
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 6.15 mm hot-rolled bar, 15% cold reduction, tested at RT
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 6.15 mm hot-rolled bar, 20% cold reduction, tested at RT
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 6.15 mm hot-rolled bar, 25% cold reduction, tested at RT
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 6.15 mm hot-rolled bar, 30% cold reduction, tested at RT
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 6.15 mm hot-rolled bar, 35% cold reduction, tested at RT
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 6.15 mm hot-rolled bar, 40% cold reduction, tested at RT
Haynes® Multimet® alloy, 6.15 mm hot-rolled bar, 5% cold reduction, tested at RT
Haynes® Waspaloy™ alloy, sheet, tested at 1095°C (2000°F)
Haynes® Waspaloy™ alloy, sheet, tested at 650°C (1200°F)
Haynes® Waspaloy™ alloy, sheet, tested at 760°C (1400°F)
Haynes® Waspaloy™ alloy, sheet, tested at 870°C (1600°F)
Haynes® Waspaloy™ alloy, sheet, tested at 980°C (1800°F)
Haynes® Waspaloy™ alloy, sheet, tested at RT
Nickelvac® A-286 Specialty Steel, Heat Treatment: 982°C (1800°F) + Age
Nickelvac® L-605 Nickel Superalloy, Heat Treatment: 1204°C (2200°F) Anneal
Rene 41® Nickel Superalloy, Heat Treatment: 1079°C (1975°F) + Age
Special Metals INCO® A-286 Iron-Nickel-Chromium Alloy
Special Metals INCONEL® Alloy 600
Special Metals INCONEL® Alloy 617
Special Metals INCONEL® Alloy 625
Special Metals INCONEL® Alloy 718
Special Metals INCONEL® Alloy X-750
Special Metals NIMONIC™ Alloy 901
Waspaloy® Nickel Superalloy, Heat Treatment: 1010°C (1850°F) + Age

 

 

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