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625 vs 718 API Corrosion Resistant Alloys

625 vs 718 API Corrosion Resistant Alloys

What is the difference between Alloy 625 and Alloy 718 (to the API 6A CRA specification).  Both alloys are corrosion resistant, however they have extremely different properties, making each one better suited for particular applications. Here is our quick guide to the...

Additional Machining Services From Broder Metals Group

Additional Machining Services From Broder Metals Group

At Broder Metals Group we can offer not only the supply of your base material needs but also pre-machined and fully finished machining services through our network of expert machining companies. We offer the most cost-effective solution to your requirements depending...

F55 vs High Tensile Strength 316 – A Stainless Steel Comparison

F55 vs High Tensile Strength 316 – A Stainless Steel Comparison

Cold Drawn F55 and High Tensile Strength 316 are both useful types of stainless steel with very different applications. Here's everything you need to know when deciding which to use. Properties Of The Two Metals Both of these stainless steels are commonly used in the...

The Benefits Of Working With Broder Metals Group

The Benefits Of Working With Broder Metals Group

At Broder Metals Group, we provide our customers with high quality products, ranging from alloy bar through to semi-finished machined components, and have recently increased our range to offer equipment for the Aerospace and Defence markets. This is backed up by our...

F44 vs F55 Corrosion Resistant Steel

F44 vs F55 Corrosion Resistant Steel

F44 and F55 steel are both resistant to corrosion, and are used in a number of industrial applications. What, then, are the differences between these steel grades? Let's take a look. Properties Of The Two Metals With its high levels of chromium and nickel, and low...

Nickel Alloy 718: Properties And Applications

Nickel Alloy 718: Properties And Applications

UNS N07718 (also known by the Special Metals Corporation trademark Inconel 718) is a high-strength, corrosion resistant nickel-chromium alloy which can be used in the temperature range -250°C  (-420°F) to 700°C (1300°F). It can be easily fabricated to produce complex...

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