UNS N10276-INCONEL alloy C-276 - Studbolt and nut ASTM A193 B7,B7M,B16,B8,B8M,A453 660,A182 F55,A182 F51,ASTM A453 660 , A 347 B4B , X12CR13 , AISI 904L , ASTM A182 F44 , INCONEL 718 UNS N07718 , NITRONIC UNS 20219 XM-19 , INCOLOY alloy 925 (UNS N09925)

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UNS N10276-INCONEL alloy C-276

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MATERIALS-studbolts,hex bolts,hex cap screw , hex nuts, fasteners
INCONEL alloy C-276 (UNS N10276/W.Nr. 2.4819)

INCONEL alloy C-276 (UNS N10276/W.Nr. 2.4819)

INCONEL alloy C-276 (UNS N10276/W.Nr. 2.4819) is
known for its corrosion resistance in a wide range of
aggressive media. The high molybdenum content
imparts resistance to localized corrosion such as pitting.
The low carbon minimizes carbide precipitation during
welding to maintain resistance to intergranular attack in
heat-affected zones of welded joints. It is used in
chemical processing, pollution control, pulp and paper
production, industrial and municipal waste treatment
and the recovery of “sour” natural gas. Applications in
air pollution control include stack liners, ducts,
dampers, scrubbers, stack-gas re-heaters, fans and fan
housings. In chemical processing, the alloy is used for
components including heat exchangers, reaction
vessels, evaporators and transfer piping
It has exceptional resistance to sulfuric acid and hydrochloric
acid
INCONEL alloy C-276 exhibits excellent resistance to
corrosion by seawater especially under crevice conditions which
induce attack in other commonly used materials such as 316
stainless steel, MONEL® alloy 400, and INCONEL alloy 625.


Nickel.............................................................................Balance
Molybdenum ...............................................................15.0-17.0
Chromium....................................................................14.5-16.5
Iron ..................................................................................4.0-7.0
Tungsten..........................................................................3.0-4.5
Cobalt ...........................................................................2.5 max.
Manganese ...................................................................1.0 max.
Carbon........................................................................0.01 max.
Vanadium....................................................................0.35 max.
Phosphorus ................................................................0.04 max.
Sulfur ..........................................................................0.03 max.
Silicon .........................................................................0.08 max.

 
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