Special Materials 2017-03-28T16:05:14+00:00

Special Materials

Good mechanical characteristics at high temperatures – Excellent resistance to corrosion by various kinds of corrosive fluids and highly resistant to oxidation.

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Good mechanical characteristics at high temperatures up to 700°C (1290°F); resistant to corrosion and oxidation and good weldability.

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Good elastic properties at high temperatures, up to 700°C (1290°F); good resistance to chemical corrosion and oxidation and very high stress resistance.

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Good mechanical characteristics at high temperatures up to 950°C (1740°F) – resistant to oxidation, hardenable through precipitation.

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Age hardening, excellent resistance to high temperatures up to 980°C (1800°F). Its resistance is generally comparable with that of “Rene 41”.

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This nickel-molybdenum-chrome alloy, charged with tungsten, has an excellent resistance to corrosion by a wide range of corrosive agents and it is particularly resistant to corrosion caused by toothing and cracking.

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Titanium Grade 5 has excellent resistance properties to tensile stress at room temperature, excellent resistance/weight ratio and a useful resistance to sliding up to 300°C (570°F). Resistance to breaking and crack propagation is excellent too. As for most titanium alloys, Grade 5 has a very good resistance to corrosion in most natural environments and industrial processing environments.

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Springflex has been designed to provide a better alternative to traditional stainless steels, such as AISI 302, 304 and 316 for the manufacturing of compression springs, extension springs, torsion springs and shaped springs. Springflex has been conceived to use springs in complex projects, in applications with high mechanical stresses, difficult or aggressive environment. Service temperature from -100 to 300°C (-150 to 570°F).

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Acciaio inossidabile al Cr Ni Cu indurente per precipitazione, buona resistenza a corrosione anche in ambiente marino e solfidrico; massima temperatura di utilizzo 540°C. Adatto a particolari fortemente sollecitati che operano in ambienti corrosivi sia nell’industria chimica che motoristica in genere.

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Questa lega cobalto – cromo – nichel, fornisce una combinazione di elevata resistenza, duttilità e ottime proprietà meccaniche; gode inoltre di una eccellente resistenza alla fatica e alla corrosione in diversi ambienti e non è magnetico.

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La presenza dell’alluminio nell’analisi associa una grande duttilità e caratteristiche meccaniche elevate delle molle. Pur avendo caratteristiche meccaniche inferiori rispetto all’AISI 302 permette la realizzazione di molle con forme complesse. Dopo il trattamento termico per precipitazione le molle offrono delle caratteristiche meccaniche superiori a quelle ottenute con l’AISI 302; massima temperatura di utilizzo 300°C.

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Questa lega CoNiCrMo, fornisce ottime proprietà elastiche, resistenza alla corrosione, stabilità termica e resistenza a temperatura di utilizzo fino a 600°C. Questo materiale è completamente resistente alla ruggine, resistente all’acqua dolce e di mare, ma anche resistente ad una gamma di sostanze corrosive, in più risulta non magnetico.

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