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Today’s topic is another of the Nickel based alloys…. Hastelloy C-22. All Hastelloy alloys are produced by Haynes International or a licensee. So what is Hastelloy C-22 ?
Well, it’s primarily Nickel with Chromium, Molybdenum, Tungsten, and Iron as the major alloying elements. The UNS designation for the chemical composition is N06022
A solid solution strengthened material and very ductile, it can be further strengthened by cold work and its non- magnetic in the annealed condition at room temperature….
With excellent corrosion resistance in many aggressive chemical environments and its resistance to both oxidizing and non-oxidizing corrosion; this alloy is often used in chemical processing reactors and heat exchangers. It also finds applications in marine environments where crevice or pitting corrosion is an issue. Higher Chromium content provides additional corrosion resistance to oxidizing environments as compared to C-276.
Density: point 314 pounds per cubic inch
|Hastelloy C22 UNS N06022 Chemical Composition:|
|Carbon||0.01 % Maximum|
|Manganese||0.5 % Maximum|
|Silicon||0.08 % Maximum|
|Cobalt||2.5 % Maximum|
|Vanadium||0.35 % Maximum|
|Sulfur||0.03 % Maximum|
|Phosphorus||0.04 % Maximum|
|Nickel||56 % ( Balance )|
Typical room temperature mechanical properties in the solution treated condition:
Yield strength …………… 50,000 psi
Tensile strength ……….. 105,000 psi
Elongation ……………….. 65 %
|Hastelloy C22 Specifications:|
|ASTM B 462||Bars and Forgings|
|ASTM B 574||Bars and Forgings|
|ASME SB 574||Bars and Forgings|
|ASTM B 575||Sheet and Plate|
|ASME SB 575||Sheet and Plate|
|ASTM B 619||Pipe and Tube|
|ASTM B 622||Pipe and Tube|
|ASTM B 626||Pipe and Tube|
|ASME SB 622||Pipe and Tube|
|ASME SB 619||Pipe and Tube|
|ASME SB 626||Pipe and Tube|
Specifications and part requirements can add to or modify the information we have presented today. So for the 48th time….. CHECK the SPECS. Thanks for watching. This is Michael with Michael Talks Metal and if you made it this far, and haven’t subscribed, click here. Missed previous videos? Click here. Thanks again for tuning in, see you next Thursday 10am. I’m out.