Hastelloy is usually used in a welded condition which can stand to all temperatures and concentrations of hydrochloric acid.
Their grades are perfectly suited for high-heat applications. They do exhibit exceptional stress and good casting attributes and creep rupture properties. Their combined excellent fabricability and heat resistance make these steels widely sought by a lot of various industries.
If you are looking for the specific grade of nickel alloy materials that you will be needing your manufacturing parts and structures, you just come to the right source!
Please see our Hastelloy table for information and more details about various grades and their distinction.
|HASTELLOY ALLOY GRADES||DESCRIPTION||APPLICATION|
|Hastelloy C||has strong resisting properties in extreme heat; has high strength; oxidation resistant||heat-treating equipment, combustion chambers, aircraft and jets, pump valves, pipe connections|
|Hastelloy W||solid-solution strengthened; can be produced plates; nickel-base||used for welding dissimilar alloys|
|Hastelloy C27||wrought corrosion-resistant alloy; corrosion resistant||desulfurization of flue gas equipment and chemical process equipment|
|Hastelloy X||offers good strength; oxidation resistant; nickel-chromium-iron molybdenum||metallurgical industry; jet components; chemical process industry|
|Hastelloy N||high-temperature nickel alloy; oxidation resistant; readily fabricated||ideal for high-heat applications, equipment used with fluoride salts, extreme heat uses|
|Hastelloy B2||wrought nickel-molybdenum alloy; resistant to temperatures and concentrations of hydrochloric acid||used in welded condition|
|Hastelloy S||nickel-based, high heat alloy; has high-heat mechanical properties; has excellent thermal stability||used in high-temperature parts|