Nuclear Ferrous Metals and Iron Alloys Datasheets
from High Performance Alloys, Inc.
High strength fully Austenitic alloy that resists galling and wear. Significantly lower cost to extend part life and lower maintenance. The yield strength is twice that of 304 and 316 stainless steels, in the annealed condition. Tensile strengths can be produced in excess of 200 ksi. Chloride... [See More]
- Applications: Aerospace or Aircraft Quality; Automotive or Vehicular; Bearings or Bearing Quality; Nuclear; Wear resistant parts or tooling; Valves Stems, Seats, and Trim; Fastening Systems, Screening, Pins, Bushings, Roller Bearings, Pump Shafts and Rings
- Specifications & Grades: UNS
- Type: Stainless
- Shape / Form: Semi-finished, Mill Stock or Near Net Shapes; Bar Stock