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High Performance Alloys, Inc. - 2021 Rural Business of the Year!

High Performance Alloys, Inc. was selected as the 2021 Rural Business of the Year!

High Performance Alloys, Inc. (HPA or HPAlloys) is a leader in the super alloys industry. We supply extreme environment industries with wear, corrosion and high temperature resistant materials. We also offer custom cutting on shears, plasma cutters, bandsaws and waterjets. We offer bot... (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - NITRONIC 60® (Alloy 218)

Austenitic Stainless

Nitronic 60 is truly an all purpose metal. This fully austenitic alloy was originally designed as a temperature alloy, and subsequently has good high temperature properties for temperatures around 1800ºF. The oxidation resistance of Nitronic 60 is similar to Type 309 S.S., and far superior to Type 304S.S. This grade is best known for... (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - HPAlloys™ is making small diameter bar

HPAlloys ™ Alloy N60

Cold Drawn, Annealed & Centerless Ground

UNS S21800

ASTM A276

ASTM A479

ASTM A262 Practice E

AMS 5848

0.25" Diameter x 12 foot random lengths

Sheared ends

DFARS - Made in the USA, finished to size +0.005" -0 on the diameter.

Special tolerances and polishes can be ordered for short product... (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - SMR - Steam Methane Reformers

Steam Methane Reformers are used to extract Hydrogen from Methane (or Natural Gas) to produce industrial quantities of Syngas or Synthesis gas.

Syngas is important, as it can be used instead of gasoline. Most combustion engines and LNG Turbines can be converted to use this fuel which burns much cleaner. (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - Sulfuric acid corrosion resistant Alloy 20

Excellent resistance to chemicals containing chlorides and sulfuric, phosphoric, and nitric acids. Resists pitting, crevice corrosion, SCC, and intergranular attack.
Pickling tanks, gas scrubbers, piping, heat exchangers, pumps, shafts and valves. Synthetic rubber, pharmaceutical production and other process equipment. (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - HASTELLOY X high temperature oxidation resistance

HASTELLOY X is a wrought nickel base alloy with excellent high temperature strength and oxidation resistance. All of the product forms are excellent in terms of forming and welding. Although HASTELLOY X is primarily noted for heat and oxidation resistance it also has good resistance to chloride stress-corrosion cracking and has good resistance to carburization, excellent resistance to re... (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - Inconel 625 avoid pitting, crevice & corrosion

Inconel 625 is a material with excellent resistance to pitting, crevice and corrosion cracking. Inconel 625 is highly resistant in a wide range of organic and mineral acids. Good high temperature strength.

Characteristics

  • Excellent mechanical properties at both extremely low and extremely high temperatures.
  • Outstanding resistance to pitting, crevice co...
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High Performance Alloys, Inc. - Nickel resistance to corrosion in acids & alkalis

Commercially pure wrought Nickel with good mechanical properties over a wide range of temperature and excellent resistance to many corrosives, in particular hydroxides.

Good resistance to corrosion in acids and alkalis and is most useful under reducing conditions. Outstanding resistance to caustic alkalis up to and including the molten state. In acid, alkaline and neutral salt sol... (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - Abrasion resistant alternative to carbon steel

Corrosion and abrasion resistant, tough and durable, NITRONIC 30 is the stainless steel for your abrasive needs. Ball mill tests have shown that many application standards, such as AR 500 suffer six to seven times as much metal loss as NITRONIC 30.

Economical, low alloy, corrosion resistant, abrasion resistant stainless steel. This is a popular replacement for carbon steel,... (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - NITRONIC® 30 corrosion resistant,abrasion steel

Corrosion and abrasion resistant, tough and durable, NITRONIC 30 is the stainless steel for your abrasive needs. Ball mill tests have shown that many application standards, such as AR 500 suffer six to seven times as much metal loss as NITRONIC 30.

Economical, low alloy, corrosion resistant, abrasion resistant stainless steel. This is a popular replacement for carbon steel,... (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - NITRONIC 50 Stainless Steel corrosion resistance

Austenitic Stainless

NITRONIC 50 Stainless Steel provides a combination of corrosion resistance and strength not found in any other commercial material available in its price range. This austenitic stainless has corrosion resistance greater than that provided by Types 316 and 316L, plus approximately twice the yield strength at room temperature. In addition, Armco NITRONIC 50 Stai... (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - NITRONIC® 60 (Alloy 218) (UNS S21800)

Overview

Austenitic Stainless

Nitronic 60 is truly an all purpose metal. This fully austenitic alloy was originally designed as a temperature alloy, and subsequently has good high temperature properties for temperatures around 1800ºF. The oxidation resistance of Nitronic 60 is similar to Type 309 S.S., and far superior to Type 304S.S. This grade is best known for its w... (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - HPA Cobalt 6B for use in food processing equipment

FDA Statement on HPA Cobalt 6B for use in food processing equipment

It is important to note that reducing metal contamination to food is an important goal.
Nobody wants steel shavings in their cornflakes! (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - Leveraging Mini-mills for Superalloy Performance

Short runs, custom stock shapes and toll processing of superalloys, stainless steels, titanium and other high performance alloys are ideally accomplished in mini-mills for better strength, corrosion or temperature properties. (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - Corrosion Resistant Alloys

Corrosion Resistant Alloys

HASTELLOY® alloy C-276

(UNS N10276) Ni 57.0, Mo 16.0, Cr 15.5, Fe 5.5, W 3.8
Outstanding corrosion resistance in reducing and oxidizing environments. Maintains corrosion resistance in welded condition. Excellent resistance to pitting and stress-corrosion cracking (SCC).
Widely used in severest environments in chemical proc... (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - High Temperature Alloys

High temperature resistance is essential in many applications. Gas turbines, fuel nozzles, heat treating fixtures, and furnace muffles. These materials must stand up to high heat, extreme oxidation potential and cycling.

HASTELLOY ® alloy X (HX)

(UNS N06002) Ni 47.5, Cr 21.8, Fe 18.5, Mo 9.0
Excellent high temperature strength and oxidation resistance to 2... (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - Does Alloy Galling got you down?

Wear Resistant Alloys

Wear is said to be second in a failure of a part. First corrosion occurs, then the particles act against the mating surfaces, after severe galling and seizing, the part finally ceases to move, or "freezes up." (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - Download NITRONIC 50 Datasheet

AMS 5764
UNS S20910Corrosion Resistance

Armco NITRONIC 50 Stainless Steel provides outstanding corrosion resistance - superior to Types 316, 316L, 317 and 317L in many media. For many applications the 1950 F (1066 C) annealed condition provides adequate corrosion resistance and a higher strength level. In very corrosive media or where material is to be used in the as-welded c... (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - TOP 10 TIPS to Make Good Metals Purchases

This is a guide to help to buyers always get the the best price on metals. Most metals buyers employ one of these tips, but many of these can be used in the process of buying - all at the same time.

10.) Buy in bulk - our materials do not have an expiration date. Standards may be updated over the course of several years, but we will work to update certifications upon request. (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - Nitrogen strengthened stainless steel NITRONIC

NITRONIC: A material Tradename

Material definition - Nitrogen strengthened stainless steel series (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - Sheet/Plate Products

HPA has the inventory to provide same day shipments for small and medium shipments. Larger quantities can be supplied through our network of mills. Some of our mills may allow us to offer a better delivery to our customers by adding the requirements to our own stock material purchases. (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - Bar Products

High Performance Alloys stocks mainly round bar products. Our extensive inventory ranges in sizes up to 12 Inch diameter. Normal stock lengths are 12 ft random in length. For example, 12 ft random would be 10 to 12 or 11 to 13 ft. This is industry standard practice. (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - Waterjet Cutting for Aerospace

Hoosier WaterJet, a division of High Performance Alloys Inc., has added a Dynamic Flow waterjet to our shop with a bed size of 6' 6" x 13'. We will specialize in semi finished 2D parts with tight tolerances and superior edge quality. We will be able to cut sheet from 0.018” up to 4” plate. Cutting from drawings in DXF, DWG, OR IGS formats. Drawings can be created based on ske... (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - Mechanical property enhancement of superalloys

Many applications that can benefit from grain refinement. Grain refinement is a result of specific manufacturing techniques which allow for a finer grain. In almost every case, a finer grain material will outperform a coarser grain item of the same material. While many Superalloys and super-stainless material can be strain hardened, there are only a few that will reach ultra-high strength. (read more)

High Performance Alloys, Inc. - Forging Products

High Performance Alloys are now offering forgings made on our forge press. Forging allows for a wide array of mechanical properties. From annealed, precipitation hardened condition, to cold reduced, and the hot worked-as worked conditions. While the possibilities are endless, it depends on the material, and what we are starting with. (read more)