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Helical Compression Springs in Hydrogen Service

Helical Compression Springs in Hydrogen Service

Helical Compression Springs in Hydrogen Service

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What are the recommended materials for wetted helical compression springs in hydrogen service? I've read that Elgiloy and MP35N are good. What about Inconel X-750 with precipitation heat treatment (4 hours @ 1200F)? Any others?

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RE: Helical Compression Springs in Hydrogen Service

'Hydrogen service'...

Room temp? High temp? Cryogenic?

Pure H2... or compounds of hydrogen H**['sour']?

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RE: Helical Compression Springs in Hydrogen Service

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Pressure - up to 1500 psi
Temperature - 0 to 120F
Hydrogen concentration - 5% to 100% with the balance being clean natural gas

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RE: Helical Compression Springs in Hydrogen Service

Inconel 718 might also be an option. It is used for critical fasteners in nuclear, so it has been studied to death.

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