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Severe Corrosion & Heat Resistant Material Profiles

Posted by Dave Olsen on 2/25/16, 3:01 PM

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Grade

  • MTEK N-12MV (N30012 / Alloy B)

Description

  • Nickel-based alloy for severe corrosion and heat resistance

Properties – Why select this material

  • Excellent high temperature and corrosion resistant properties.
  • Oxidation resistance is maintained up to 1400°F / 760°C.
  • Somewhat harder to machine that carbon steel.

Applications – Frequent Uses

  • Aircraft
  • Chemical processing

 

Grade

  • MTEK CW-2M (N26455 / Alloy C-4)

Description

  • Nickel-based alloy for severe corrosion and heat resistance

Properties – Why select this material

  • Resistance to both oxidizing and reducing chemicals makes this alloy one of the most universally effective corrosion resistant materials.
  • Oxidation and reducing resistance at elevated temperatures.
  • Good weldability and fair machinability.

Applications – Frequent Uses

  • Corrosive environments, including high temperature
  • Chemical processing

 

Grade

  • MTEK H230

Description

  • Nickel - Chromium – Tungsten – Molybdenum based alloy

Properties – Why select this material

  • Excellent high temperature strength.
  • Outstanding resistance to oxidizing environments for prolonged exposures.
  • Lower thermal expansion characteristics than other high-temperature alloys.

Applications – Frequent Uses

  • Gas turbine combustors
  • Heat treating
  • Chemical and petrochemical processing

Grade

  • MTEK HR120

Description

  • Nickel - Chromium based alloy

Properties – Why select this material

  • Excellent high temperature strength.
  • Good resistance to carburizing and sulfidizing environments.
  • Upgrade from 330 alloy, 800H alloy and stainless steels.

Applications – Frequent Uses

  • Heat treating
  • Chemical and petrochemical processing
  • Industrial heating

For guidance in selecting the appropriate severe corrosion and heat resistant alloy in your application, contact us.

Topics: Severe Corrosion & Heat Resistant Alloys, Ferrous Alloys

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