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Hastelloy forging is a tailor-made solution for industries that require high-performance materials to overcome their challenges. At Renine Metalloys, we offer various hastelloy forgings, including
What is Hastelloy?
Hastelloy Material is a trademarked name that refers to a group of corrosion-resistant metal alloys. Hastelloy is made primarily of nickel, molybdenum, and chromium and is known for its high resistance to a variety of aggressive chemicals, including acids, saltwater, and even molten glass. These alloys are known for their exceptional resistance to corrosion, high-temperature performance, and excellent mechanical properties; for example, C-276 material is one of the premier corrosion-resistant materials that perform exceptionally well in both oxidizing and reducing environments. But what really sets Hastelloy apart is its versatility; it can be used in a range of industries, from aerospace to chemical processing to nuclear power. So the next time you hear about a material that can withstand even the harshest environments, consider Hastelloy. Some common hastelloy grades include hastelloy C 276, hastelloy C 22, hastelloy C2000, & hastelloy X.
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Hastelloy forging is a process used to create high-performance alloys in aerospace, chemical processing, & other industrial applications. These alloys are known for their excellent resistance to corrosion, high strength, & durability. This forging process involves heating the metal to its plastic state and then shaping it using a hammer or press. The result is a strong, durable material suitable for use in some of the most extreme and demanding applications. Renine Metalloys is the leading forging supplier in Mumbai, India. Our forging products consist of forged alloy c-276 shafts, forged seamless rings, forged hollow bars, disc forging, and forged machined parts, so on.
Hastelloy Forging Temperature
Forging temperature refers to the temperature at which a metal is heated before it is forged or shaped by hammering, pressing, or rolling. The correct forging temperature is critical for achieving the desired mechanical properties and shape of the metal. If the temperature is too low, the metal will not be malleable enough to be forged, and if it is too high, the metal may become brittle and crack under pressure.
The forging temperature of Hastelloy is between 2250/1750ºF (1230/955ºC)
Applications of Hastelloy Forging
- Hastelloy is a nickel-based superalloy that is known for its corrosion resistance.
- Hastelloy is often used in chemical processing, oil and gas, power generation, and other industries where corrosion resistance is critical.
- Hastelloy is often used to create forgings for valves, pumps, and other components that are exposed to corrosive environments.
- Hastelloy forging can also be used in high-temperature applications, as the alloy has a high melting point.
- Hastelloy forging can be created through a variety of methods, including hot forging, cold forging, and impression die forging.
These astonishing Properties and Applications make Hastelloy Forging one of the industry's most essential and useful forgings; contact us now to discuss your Hastelloy Forging project.
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Looking for reliable hastelloy suppliers for forging? Look no further! We offer a wide range of hastelloy alloys, including C 22, C-276, B3, and C2000. Contact us today to discuss your requirements and get a quote.
Hastelloy Forgings Specification
Specifications ASTM B564 / ASME SB564
Flat bar blocks up to 27" width and 15,000 lbs.
Cylinders and sleeves up to 50" maximum O.D. and 65" maximum length
Discs and hubs up to 50" diameter and 20,000 lbs.
Rolled, hand forged or mandrel forged rings up to 84" maximum O.D. and 40" maximum length
Rounds, shafts and step shafts up to 144" maximum length and 20,000 lbs.
Grades Hastelloy 400, Hastelloy K500Get Quote
Let's analyze the difference between hastelloy c22 and c276
These two materials sound similar but offer slightly different strengths and properties, depending on your application. Both are nickel-molybdenum alloys designed to handle highly corrosive environments, but C22 is better equipped to handle oxidizing acids and has better resistance to localized corrosion. On the other hand, C276 has better resistance to reducing acids and can withstand higher temperatures. When choosing between these two materials, you must consider your project's specific conditions and demands to ensure you're selecting the suitable alloy for the job.
Hastelloy Material Properties
Hastelloy Chemical Composition
|C 276||0.010 max||1.00 max||0.08 max||0.03 max||2.50 max||50.99 min*||14.50 – 16.50||4.00 – 7.00||15.00 – 17.00||0.04 max|
|C 22||0.010 max||0.50 max||0.08 max||0.02 max||2.50 max||50.015 min*||20.00 – 22.50||2.00 – 6.00||12.50 – 14.50||0.02 max|
|B2||0.02 max||1.0 max||0.1 max||0.03 max||1.0 max||Bal||1.0 max||2.0 max||26 – 30||0.04 max|
Hastelloy Mechanical Properties
|Element||Density||Melting Point||Tensile Strength||Yield Strength (0.2%Offset)||Elongation|
|Alloy C276||8.89 g/cm3||1370 °C (2500 °F)||Psi – 1,15,000 , MPa – 790||Psi – 52,000 , MPa – 355||40 %|
|Alloy C22||8.69 g/cm3||1399 °C (2550 °F)||Psi – 1,00,000 , MPa – 690||Psi – 45000 , MPa – 310||45 %|
|Alloy B2||9.2 g/cm3||1370 °C (2500 ºF )||Psi – 1,10,000 , MPa – 760||Psi – 51000 , MPa – 350||40 %|
Hastelloy Hardness hrc
|Hastelloy Alloy Hardness - (HRC)||20-35|
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