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What is alloy C276 round bar used for?
The Alloy C276 Rod is widely utilized in the extraction and processing of sour natural gas, comprising several corrosive substances like hydrogen sulfide, carbon dioxide, and chlorides. Due to low chromium in the alloy, the C276 Hastelloy Bar tends to perform poorly in the most severely oxidizing conditions, such as hot, concentrated nitric acid. Thanks to the Hastelloy C276 Bar’s low carbon content, the metal can be used in its as-welded state. A cold working technique frequently hardens the Hastelloy C276 Rods because the alloy cannot be hardened through heat treatment, which improves its tensile strength properties.
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C276 Steel Bars can be used in their as-welded state due to their low carbon content. It can be toughened through cold working but not through heat treatment. The alloy work hardens more quickly than austenitic stainless steels. Nickel-molybdenum-chromium-iron-tungsten alloy N10276 Nickel Alloy Rod is one of the most corrosion-resistant alloys on the market. The high molybdenum concentration prevents pitting and other forms of localized corrosion. In heat-affected zones of welding joints, the low carbon decreases carbide precipitation, maintaining resistance to intergranular assault.
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Can you cut nickel alloy C276 rod?
The Nickel Alloy C276 Rod is resistant to pitting, general corrosion, and crevice corrosion in oxidizing environments up to 1900°F. Because of its structural integrity under difficult chemical processing conditions and temperatures resulting in pitting and stress corrosion cracking, this alloy is ideal for heat exchangers, reaction vessels, evaporators, and transfer pipework.
Using standard shop fabrication techniques, C276 can be easily welded and processed. The C276 plate can be cold or hot-formed. Most common welding techniques can easily weld it. Therefore a post-weld heat treatment is not required. Alloy C276 can be machined in its annealed state and can only be toughened through cold working rather than heat treatment. It is one of the materials that resist corrosion the most generally.
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Attacks from hypochlorite, moist chlorine gas, and chlorine dioxide can all be resisted by ASTM B574 N10276 Hex Bar and ASME SB574 2.4819 Flat Bar. These bars exhibit outstanding resistance to several oxidizing agents. These bars resist several kinds of reducing media since they include tungsten and molybdenum.
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The hardness of C276 Stainless Steel Bars is 100 Rockwell B. One of the top corrosion-resistant materials that function superbly in both oxidizing and reducing conditions is alloy C-276 nickel alloy plate. It is resistant to general corrosion, cracking, pitting, and stress corrosion caused by chloride. The alloy can be used in its as-welded state thanks to its resistance to carbide precipitation during welding.
The alloy possesses outstanding resistance to sulfuric, hydrochloric, formic, acetic, and phosphoric acids in chemical processing applications. As one of the few grades that can survive wet chlorine gas, hypochlorite, and chlorine dioxide solutions, alloy C-276 nickel alloy plate performs well in situations that contain acid chlorides, solvents, and acetic anhydride.