List of Alloys & profiles

List of Alloys & profiles

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Datasheet: Nitronic** 50

Nitronic** 50

Nitronic 50 Exhibits corrosion resistance and that is superior to type 316 Stainless Steel. It has good mechanical properties at ambient and sub-zero temperatures. Unlike other austenitic stainless steels, it does not become magnetic when cold worked or cooled to sub-zero temperatures.

Nitronic 50 is also known as Aquamet 2, Aquamet 22, and Temet 25.

Available in all profile options

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Key Features

Superior corrosion resistance to type 316 stainless steel.
Good mechanical properties at ambient and sub-zero temperatures.
Does not become magnetic when cold worked or cooled to sub-zero temperatures.

Typical Applications

Components in processing environments like:
marine
– petroleum
petrochemical
– fertilizer
– pulp and paper


Designations

W.Nr. 1.3964
UNS S20910
AWS 165

Specifications

ISO 15156-3 (NACE MR0175)

Chemical Composition

ElementMin %Max %
C0.06
Si1.00
Mn4.06.0
Ni11.513.5
Cr20.523.5
S0.03
P0.04
Mo1.53.0
N0.200.40
V0.100.30
Nb/Cb0.100.30
Febal

Alloy Details

DensityMelting PointCoefficient of ExpansionModulus of RigidityModulus of Elasticity
7.88 g/cm³1415 – 1450 °C16.2 μm/m °C (20 – 100 °C)78.9 kN/mm²196.5 kN/mm²
0.285 lb/in³2579 – 2642 °F9.0 x 10-6 in/in °F (70 – 200 °F)11444 ksi28500 ksi

Heat treatment of finished parts

Condition as supplied by AWITypeTemperatureTimeCooling
Annealed or Spring TemperStress Relieve250 °C (480 °F)1 HrAir

Properties

Solution Annealed
Approx. tensile strength<1000 N/mm²<145 ksi
Approx. operating temperature-200 to +300 °C-330 to +570 °F
Spring Temper
Approx. tensile strength1300 – 2200 N/mm²189 – 319 ksi
Approx. operating temperature-200 to +300 °C-330 to +570 °F

The above tensile strength ranges are typical. If you require different please ask.

*Trade name of AK Steel