|Aluminum||0.9 - 1.35|
|Chromium||12.25 - 13.25|
|Molybdenum||2 - 2.5|
|Principal Design Features||This is a very high end austenitic stainless steel that combines impact toughness resistance to chloride stress corrosion cracking, pitting and crevice corrosion with strength nearly twice that of 300 series stainless steels. In some applications it has been found to be a more cost effective substitute for high nickel and titanium alloys.|
|Applications||Petroleum production, saltwater handling, food processing and chemical processing equipment, pulp mill bleach systems, flue gas desulfurization scrubbers and tall oil distillation columns.|
|Machinability||An extremely high work hardening rate combined with a total lack of sulfur make 254-SMO very tough to machine. Sharp tools, positive feeds, overpowered machine tools, ample lubrication and slow speeds generally offer the best results.|
|Forming||Due to its high initial yield strength, this alloy will require greater force than used in other austenitic stainless steels.|
|Welding||Welding without filler material results in poor strength properties. Recommended filler metals include AWS A5.14 ERNiCrMo-3, and alloy 625. Electrodes should comply with AWS A5.11 ENiCrMo-12.|
|Hot Working||While cold forming is recommended wherever feasible, forging, upsetting and other operations can be performed at 1800-2100 F. Temperatures above this range will cause scaling and a reduction in the workability of the material. Post-process annealing is required to re-attain maximum corrosion resistant properties.|
|Cold Working||Most common cold work methods are successful with this alloy. It should be understood however that the material will be more difficult to work than other austenitic stainless steels due its high work hardening rate. The resulting hardening will, however, produce increases in strength and toughness which may be of value in the finished product.|
|Annealing||2100-2200 F (1149-1204 C), followed by a water quench.|
|Hardening||This alloy does not respond to heat treatment. Hardening can only be achieved through cold reduction.|
A286 is a precipitation hardening, austenitic stainless steel designed for use at temperatures up to 1300°F (704°C) , where high tensile strength, excellent creep strength and good corrosion resistance are required. LSS™ A286 is available in a wide range of ingot, billet, bar, and coil rod sizes. Bar is available as either rounds or flats.
Typical applications for LSS™ A286 are:
Nitronic 60 stainless steel provides a significantly lower cost way to fight wear and galling compared with cobalt-bearing and high nickel alloys. Its uniform corrosion resistance is better thanType 304 in most media. Chloride pitting resistance is superior to Type 316. Room temperatrue yield strength is nearly twice that of Types 304 and 316. In addition, Nitronic 60 stainless steel provides excellent high-temperature oxidation resistance and low-temperature impact resistance.
Nitronic 60 stainless steel is available in bar, master alloy pigs, ingots and forging billets. Other forms available include sheet and strip, castings, extrusions, seamless tubing and plate.
Outstanding galling resistance at both ambient and elevated temperatures makes Nitronic 60 stainless steel a valuable material for valve sterns, seats and trim; fastening systems, including nuts and bolts; screening; chain-drive systems; pins, busings and roller bearings; and pump components such as wear rings and lobes. Nitronic 60 is the most effective wear and galling resistant alloy for bridge pins and other critical construction applications.
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Chemical Composition & Mechanical Properties ASTM A182 †
|ELEMENT &||LOW ALLOY STEEL||MEDIUM ALLOY STEEL|
|PROPERTIES||F11 CL2||F22 CL3||F5||F9|
|CARBON||0.10-0.20||0.05-0.15||0.15 MAX||0.15 MAX|
|SILICON||0.50-1.00||0.50 MAX||0.50 MAX||0.50-1.00|
|TENSILE STRENGTH PSI (MPA)||70,000 (485)||75,000 (515)||70,000 (485)||85,000 (585)|
|YIELD STRENGTH PSI MIN||40,000 (275)||45,000 (310)||40,000 (275)||55,000 (380)|
|ELONGATION 2” % MIN||20||20||20||20|
|REDUCTION AREA % MIN||30||30||35||40|
|HARDNESS (HB) MAX*||143 ~ 207||156 ~ 207||143 ~ 217||179 ~ 217|