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  • Article - 27 Jun 2013
    Titanium alloys have many good attributes that allow their use in varied industries such as consumer electronics, aerospace, medical, marine, military, automobile, and sports equipment. Their key...
  • Article - 25 Jun 2013
    Nickel alloy 400 is a ductile nickel-copper alloy that exhibits excellent corrosion resistance under various conditions. The alloy is frequently used in mildly oxidizing environments to moderately...
  • Article - 24 Jun 2013
    Titanium mixed with other chemical elements such as molybdenum, aluminum, nickel, and zirconium produces a wide range of titanium alloys.
  • 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 - 13 Jun 2013
    Nitronic 50® stainless steel is an austenitic stainless steel with a blend of strength and corrosion resistance that is better than stainless steel grades 316, 316/316L, 317, and 317/317L .
  • Article - 7 Jun 2013
    Stainless steel 15 – 5 PH, also known as XM-12 or UNS S15500, is a modification of 17-4 PH developed in the 1960s. It has a more refined microstructure obtained through the remelting process.
  • Article - 30 May 2013
    There are almost 400 types of copper alloys available with unique characteristics. Aluminum bronze is an alloy consisting of about 6% of iron and nickel and 9 to 12% of aluminum. It has high corrosion...
  • Article - 21 May 2013
    UNS C63000 is a nickel-aluminum-bronze alloy of copper, which has excellent corrosion resistance and hot formability features. The following datasheet will provide more details about copper UNS...
  • Article - 30 Aug 2012
    Aluminum alloys have strong corrosion resistance characteristics and high electrical conductivity. These alloys are sensitive to high temperatures ranging between 200 and 250°C (392 and 482°F) and...
  • Article - 30 Aug 2012
    Aluminum alloys are good low-temperature alloys as they gain strength when exposed to subzero temperatures. They have strong corrosion resistance characteristics and high electrical conductivity.