Article - 2 Jul 2013
INCOLOY alloys belong to the category of super-austenitic stainless steel alloys. Nickel, chromium and iron are the principal constituents of this alloy. By adding different additives this alloy can...
Article - 27 Jun 2013
MONEL is an alloy of nickel and copper, it was discovered by Robert Crooks Stanley in the year 1901. He named the alloy after the president of the International Nickel Company, Ambrose Monell.
Article - 24 Jun 2013
MONEL is an alloy of copper and nickel, discovered by Robert Crooks Stanley in the year 1901. This alloy was named after the president of the International Nickel Company, Ambrose Monell, where Robert...
Article - 10 Jun 2013
The two main properties of precipitation-hardened stainless steels are high corrosion resistance and high strength. Stainless steel grade 17-7 PH is a precipitation hardened stainless steel that...
Article - 6 Jun 2013
Tungsten is a hard, rare metal having a lustrous and silvery white appearance. It is resistant to oxidation and attack by acids and alkalis. It is a bulky metal and has the highest melting point among...
Article - 16 May 2013
A copper alloy is an alloy with copper as its primary metal, which is mixed with different alloying elements to provide a range of materials designed to maximize characteristics such as ductility,...
Article - 7 May 2013
Aluminium / aluminum is a soft and lightweight metal which is a good electrical conducto and also has sound absorbing, shock absorbing, and anti-rusting properties.
Article - 6 May 2013
Aluminium / aluminum can be easily fabricated into many forms such as sheets, tubes, shapes, foil, rods, and wires. It is known to possess excellent machinability and plasticity in cutting, bending,...
Article - 8 Nov 2012
Super alloys or high performance alloys contain many elements in a variety of combinations to reach a desired result. These alloys are suitable for use in environments with high temperatures and...
Article - 1 Nov 2012
Super alloys or high performance alloys are used in environments with very high temperature above 540ºC (1000ºF) where deformation resistance and high surface stability are chiefly required.