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Hastelloys from Alloy Wire International are a range of a high-performance nickel-based alloys that are known for their excellent resistance to corrosion and high temperature. Hastelloy alloys are nickel based that have been alloyed with primarily molybdenum and chromium to allow for the increased corrosion resistance. Other alloying elements also feature in various amounts such as cobalt, iron, tungsten meaning each alloy performs slightly differently depending on application requirements.
As a result, these alloys have found uses in several sectors, such as petrochemical, marine, and aerospace.
Hastelloy alloys are proven to be extremely reliable in multiple environments, thanks to a combination of corrosion resistance, high temperature strength, weldability and versatility. As a result, this has ensured these are proven materials for the following applications:
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Alloy Wire International offers six different Hastelloy grades, each designed to excel in specific applications.
Alloy Wire International offers Hastelloy alloys in a range of size and shapes, designed to suit whatever your project requires:
These formats can be packaged in coils, spools, bars or lengths, offering maximum flexibility for your project. This includes being able to deliver the alloy in a form that can be easily manufactured into springs by your preferred manufacturer.
At Alloy Wire International, we are trusted around the globe to deliver a high-quality product and service to our customers. We have a clearly defined set of 6 key advantages over competitors in the industry. These 6 key advantages are as follows:
If you want to work with Alloy Wire International, or if you have any other questions about the Hastelloy family of alloys, please contact our experts today – we would love to discuss your needs. You can also keep up to date with the latest developments on LinkedIn.
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