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How To Weld Alloy UNS R30035

How To Weld Alloy UNS R30035

The combination of the chemistry of UNS R30035 (33-37% Nickel, 19-21% Chrome, and 9-10.5% Molybdenum, small additions of Titanium and Iron (1% max each), Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Phosphorous and Sulphur (all less than 0.15% each), and with Cobalt as the balancing...

How To Machine Alloy UN S R30035

How To Machine Alloy UN S R30035

The strength, toughness and hardness of UNS R30035 – between 180-230 ksi Yield Strength, and up to 51 HRC - depending on whether produced to meet NACE MR0175 / ISO 15156 or AMS 5844 / AMS 5845 make this a difficult alloy for our customers to tackle, unless they have...

BMG-AT41TM

BMG-AT41TM

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...

How Could A No-Deal Brexit Affect The UK Steel Industry?

How Could A No-Deal Brexit Affect The UK Steel Industry?

At the time of writing (mid-Oct 2019) it is anyone’s guess whether the UK will leave the EU with the recently announced Brexit deal on 31st October, our EU membership will be extended, Brexit will be cancelled altogether, or we’ll be plunged into a no-deal Brexit....

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