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So what is L-605 or in the UNS system R30605? Well , it’s an alloy consisting primarily of Cobalt, with Nickel, Chromium, and Tungsten forming a solid solution. L-605 cannot be strengthened by heat treatment but can be strengthened by cold work.
The alloy offers resistance to wear and galling in addition to high temperature strength and oxidation resistance at temperatures up to 2000 deg F. Applications include rings and blades in gas turbines and other combustion chamber components.
In Aerospace applications, the applicable AMS specifications require that the material has been Consumable Electrode Vacuum Melted ( aka CEVM) .
|L-605 UNS R30605 Chemical Composition:|
|Carbon||0.05 – 0.15 %|
|Manganese||1.0 – 2.0 %|
|Silicon||.40 % Max|
|Phosphorus||0.040 % Max|
|Sulfur||0.030 % Max|
|Chromium||19.0 – 21.0 %|
|Nickel||9.0 – 11.0 %|
|Tungsten||14.0 – 16.0 %|
|Iron||3.0 % Max|
Density is .335 Lbs per cubic inch
Permeability at 200 oersted is 1.002
Solution treatment is typically in the range 2150 to 2250 deg F and rapidly cooled to prevent carbide formation
Tensile strength 125, 000 psi Min
Yield strength 45,000 psi Min
Elongation 30 % Min
|AMS 5537||Sheet and Strip|
AMS specifications contain many additional requirements than just what we have shown you today. Other specifications and part requirements can also apply.
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