Confused about the properties you should look for in Alloy T41 material? Not sure that it is the proper material for your or your customer’s needs? Are you being told that material offered from a new source will meet the exacting powergen end users’ requirements, but not sure of the exact specification they are offering?
Alloy T41’s use in critical applications means that material offered as meeting basic requirements without the extensive testing of such as our BMG-AT41™ could be an expensive mistake.
Below we provide our comparison between our BMG-AT41™ (based on our purchasing specification); the CEGB standard 02596 GDCD std 2 issue 2 & GEC/Alstom 30/227; Tata’s Durehete® 1055 (from Corus specification publication: “Durehete 1055” and mill cert (“Reported”); and the basic 1.7729 standard BS EN 10269:2013 / 1.7729.
If still in doubt, please ask our sales team for advice.