Shock / Impact Resistant Ferrous Metals and Iron Alloys Datasheets

OG Metallic Fibre -- Fibraflex® Metallic Fibers
from Saint-Gobain Oil & Gas

Flexible and corrosion resistant FIBRAFLEX® metallic fibers are used to increase shock resistance of cement plugs.  As an example, these metallic fiber plugs are placed at the bottom of an oil wellbore for sidetracking a new wellbore. [See More]

  • Features: Continuous, Centrifugal or Other Casting Process; Corrosion Resistant; Shock Resistant
  • Shape / Form: Semi-finished, Mill Stock or Near Net Shapes
  • Type: AlloySteel; Amorphous / Glassy Alloy
  • Processing, Temper & Finish: Hardened / Heat Treated
Mild Alloy -- Universal 110-S1
from Universal Wire Works Inc.

Universal 110-S1 deposits are high strength, very tough and used in critical applications. This alloy was originally developed for welding HY80 and HY100 steels for military applications. Alloy 110-S1 is also used for a variety of structural applications where tensile strength requirements exceed... [See More]

  • Features: Shock Resistant
  • Specifications & Grades: AWS
  • Type: AlloySteel
  • Shape / Form: Wire