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What alloys does SSSS Groups supply?
Below is a comprehensive list of our alloys arranged by type. More detailed information can be found on each alloys specific page. All of our products are purchased to normal industry standards and come with material test reports (MTR) also known as material certifications.
What product forms are available?
Stainless Steel 2205(tm)
Related Metals :
- Pipe Fittings
- Weld Wire
- Sanicro 41(tm)
- Nicrofer 4221(tm)
- Cabvalloy alloy 825(tm)
- Nickelvac 825(tm)
- Cabvalloy 825(tm)
Chemistry Data :
- ASTM B163
- ASTM B423
- ASTM B424
- ASTM B425
- ASTM B564
- ASTM B704
- ASTM B705
- DIN 2.4858
- UNS N08825
Principal Design Features
- Aluminum - 0.2 max
- Carbon - 0.05 max
- Chromium - 19.5 - 23.5
- Copper - 1.5 - 3
- Iron - Balance
- Manganese - 1 max
- Molybdenum - 2.5 - 3.5
- Nickel - 38 - 46
- Phosphorus- 0.03 max
- Silicon - 0.5 max
- Sulphur - 0.03 max
- Titanium - 0.6 - 1.2
An austenitic nickel-iron-chromium alloy with additions of other alloying elements to enhance resistance to chemical corrosion.
Chemical process equipment, pickling, acid production piping and vessels.
Conventional machining techniques used for iron based alloys may be used. This alloy does work-harden during machining and has higher strength and "gumminess" not typical of steels. Heavy duty machining equipment and tooling should be used to minimize c
This alloy has good ductility and may be readily formed by all conventional methods. Because the alloy is stronger than regular steel it requires more powerful equipment to accomplish forming. Heavy-duty lubricants should be used during cold forming. I
The alloy has good resistance to corrosion from phosphoric acid, nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, and organic acids. It also resists attack by wet sulfur dioxide and sulfurous acid and is also resistant to stress-corrosion cracking.
The commonly used welding methods work well with this alloy. Matching alloy filler metal should be used. If matching alloy is not available then the nearest alloy richer in the essential chemistry (Ni, Co, Cr, Mo) should be used. All weld beads should
Anneal at 1750 F and rapid air cool.
The alloy is readily forged in the temperature range of 2000 F to 1800 F. However a final anneal at 1750 F is then required to restore optimum corrosion properties.
Hot working may be done but should be accomplished at temperatures under 1700 F to maintain optimum corrosion resistance of the alloy.
Cold forming may be done using standard tooling although plain carbon tool steels are not recommended for forming as they tend to produce galling. Soft die materials (bronze, zinc alloys, etc.) minimize galling and produce good finishes, but die life is
Anneal at 1750 F followed by rapid air cooling.
Hardens by cold working only.
- Density (lb / cu. in.) - 0.294
- Specific Gravity - 8.14
- Specific Heat (Btu/lb/Deg F - [32-212 Deg F]) - 0.105
- Electrical Resistivity (microhm-cm (at 68 Deg F)) - 678
- Melting Point (Deg F) - 2525
- Poissons Ratio - 0.42
- Thermal Conductivity - 78.5
- Mean Coeff Thermal Expansion - 7.8
- Magnetic Permeability - 1.005
- Modulus of Elasticity Tension - 29.8
MSO currently has no data available for this grade.