MP35N™ is a nickel-cobalt alloy which provides a unique combination of properties including ultra-high strength, toughness, ductility, and outstanding corrosion resistance, being used for fasteners and components in the medical, aerospace, and oil and gas industry.
AMS 5844 – solution treated and cold drawn bar
AMS 5845 – solution heat treated, cold drawn and aged bars
NACE MR 01-75 – sulphide stress cracking resistant material for oil field equipment
AMS 7468 – bolts and screws, forged head, roll threaded after ageing
Fully certified material, additional testing available
UK, US and European origin unless otherwise stated
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We hold stock from 12.7 mm (1/2”) to 76.2 mm (3”), mainly in the optimum SCC (NACE) condition, along with selected smaller sizes of AMS material. Material can also be supplied as cold drawn tubing on a leadtime.
MP35N Chemical Properties
|Balance (usually about 35%)||33 - 37%||19 - 21%||9 - 10.5%||0.025% max||0.15% max||0.15% max||0.0015% max||0.01% max||1%||1%||0.15%|
MP35N Mechanical Data
|Spec (aging time / temp)||Guaranteed minimum properties|
|Acc to NACE MR 0175||UTS (ksi)||YS (0.2%) ksi||Elong % (4D)||RA %||HRC (max)|
|Age 1300 °F / time 4 hours||220||210||10||40||51|
|Age 1350 °F / time 4 hours||210||200||10||40||41|
|Age 1425 °F / time 6 hours||190||180||10||40||51|
For more technical information download our MP35N information sheet here
The high strength variant of MP35N™ is used in the medical and aerospace industry while material produced for optimum corrosion resistance properties is primarily used in the oil & gas industry.
- non-magnetic electrical components
- instrument parts
- valve components
- high pressure door fittings
- shafts and other components.
“We are not the biggest steel distributor around, but have differentiated ourselves by focusing on service, reliability and trying to find ways of helping customers rather than by just supplying metal – conversion, holding specific stock for quick delivery and consignment stock”