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Material Standard (Nickel Base)

Material Standard (Nickel Base)

Material Standard (Nickel Base)

Hi everyone,

I would like to know which is the the EN standard of the following materials (bar shape) in which appear its yield strength according to the rise in temperature.:

- 2.4360 (Monel 400)
- 2.4602 (Hastelloy C-22)
- 2.4819 (Hastelloy C-276)
- 2.4856 (Inconel 625)

In the standard DIN 17752 only appears their mechanical properties at RT condition.

Thanks in advance.

RE: Material Standard (Nickel Base)

Not much of a help, but based on this list, I couldn't find any standard.
EN 10088-3 handles properties for bar, but not sure if nickel is included.
Nickel alloys seem to be a somewhat vague area for EN standards, i.e. typically not handled.
Maybe ask your supplier?

RE: Material Standard (Nickel Base)

Thanks for your help! I'll check out EN 10088-3...contacting directly to my supplier could help as well.

PD: sorry for the inconvenience concerning the double threads.

RE: Material Standard (Nickel Base)

Look in ISO 6208-1992 , ISO 9723-1992 , ISO 9725-1992

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