Machining Nitronic Grades

Posted by Jeff Kirchner on Nov 16, 2017 2:57:00 PM

MACHINING DATA FOR NITRONIC®

Based on 1" Dia Annealed (RB 95) 5 hour form tool life using high-speed tools. Carbide tools are suggested, for rates better than 50% of Type 304. These rates are for carbide tools, Type C-2 for roughing, drilling and reaming. Type C-3 for finishing. 

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Topics: NITRONIC 50, NITRONIC 60, NTRONIC 30, NITRONIC 40, Machining Nitronic

Download NITRONIC 50 Datasheet

Posted by Jeff Kirchner on Nov 15, 2017 9:04:00 AM

AMS 5764
UNS S20910

Corrosion 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 condition, the 2050 F (1121 C) annealed condition should be specified. High-Strength (HS) NITRONIC 50 bars are useful for applications such as shafting and bolting, but do not quite exhibit the corrosion resistance of the annealed conditions in all environments.

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Topics: NITRONIC 50, H2S, NACE MR0175, Nitronic alloys, cond s, what is Nitronic

Manufacturing highlight: Mechanical property enhancement through the use of grain refinement

Posted by Jeff Kirchner on Feb 10, 2017 2:05:00 PM

Grain refinement

There are 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. The basis of finer grains being stronger is that while there are more dislocations in the material, it is more difficult to make all these dislocations line up. Finer grains also typically have less precipitates in the boundaries. Precipitates are oxides, carbon, and interstitial elements that are not in solution of the grain. Precipitates are normally not as strong as the material itself - tending to make a precipitated material more brittle.
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Topics: elevated strength materials, enhanced mechanical properties, HASTELLOY C-22, HASTELLOY C-276, INCONEL 622, INCONEL 686, INCONEL 718, L605, NITRONIC 50, NITRONIC 60, superalloy grain refinement

Community and Charity Programs

Posted by Jeff Kirchner on Aug 20, 2014 2:55:00 PM
 
Despite larger projects, High Performance Alloys enjoys helping in the surrounding community on smaller, more intimate projects. Ten years ago, High Performance Alloys played a role in the creation of a new tabernacle for the St. Patrick Catholic Church of Kokomo.
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Topics: NITRONIC 50

Super Austenitic Stainless Steels

Posted by Jeff Kirchner on Dec 17, 2012 2:50:00 PM

A stainless is defined as 12% minimum Chromium, which can encompass many stainless grades. There are sub categories of this Austenitic type stainless though. Depending on the composition, some materials are more Austenitic than others; primarily due to their Nickel (Ni), Manganese (Mn), Carbon (C) and Nitrogen (N) contents. To consider this further, you need to understand the corollary to Austenite; Ferrite and Martensite are what many people are looking for when they require magnetism, or magnetic permeability. When you mix Austenite and Ferrite it is a Duplex (contains both, nearly equal amounts). A low Ferrite number generally indicates a lower magnetic permeability. Stainless that is high in Ni, Mn, C, or N or a combination thereof can be an indicator that it will have a lower Ferrite content. Some stainless steels with generous amount of these attain a negative ferrite calculation, using Schaefflers diagram you can predict these on a graph or us a Ferrite Number (FN) formula to arrive at the estimate.

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Topics: NITRONIC 50, NITRONIC 60

Forging stainless, nickel and cobalt grades of superalloys

Posted by Jeff Kirchner on Oct 2, 2009 6:40:00 PM

Open die forgings have been produced in our Tipton operations in NITRONIC 50, NITRONIC 60, C-276, INCONEL 718, HAYNES 625, HASTELLOY B, Cobalt 6B and many more grades. Upsets, flats, rectangular and round bars. From small pieces to bars up to 12 feet long. Stainless ingot of N50 / XM-19 and Duplex 255 arriving any day.

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Topics: C-276, forging operation, HASTELLOY B, HAYNES 625, INCONEL 718, NITRONIC 50, NITRONIC 60

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