What is Hastelloy C276 Fittings
Hastelloy C276 is a superalloy comprised of nickel, molybdenum, chromium, and tungsten. It is the most hastelloy nickel alloy, which is frequently used in commerce. Hastelloy C276 has a high molybdenum, nickel, and chromium composition that prevents oxidation and enhances corrosion resistance in extremely severe environments. Due to its low carbon content, Hastelloy C276 is especially useful for welding applications since it ensures the best possible corrosion resistance without the need for further post-welding treatment.
Hastelloy C276 Buttweld fittings
Through thorough oversight of all products before deliveries and quality control, we have already improved production. For many years, we have offered high-quality Hastelloy fittings all around the world. Due to their greater smoothness, Hastelloy C276 seamless fittings are typically suitable for use in instrumental applications. C276 buttweld fittings are preferred, but, when strength is taken into account. For the gradual direction of flow, an alloy C276 buttweld pipe elbow is employed. By decreasing the diameter to a tiny value, alloy C276 reducers are used to change the diameter of pipes.
The other Hastelloy buttweld fittings are Hastelloy C276 pipe fittings, which are employed in numerous applications and come with ASME requirements. Three pipes are connected by a Hastelloy c276 tee, and Hastelloy end cap fittings can be utilized in high-temperature and high-pressure settings. The Hastelloy C276 Composition, which contains 15% molybdenum, roughly 15% chromium, and some nickel, already has greater corrosion resistance than other alloys. Please contact us if you're seeking any other fittings, including the UNS N102776 lateral tee.
Hastelloy C276 Specification
Hastelloy C-276 (UNS N10276) is a nickel-molybdenum chromium austenitic alloy with a negligible tungsten additive. It is one of the best corrosion-resistant materials for process industries now on the market. Excellent corrosion resistance is exhibited by Hastelloy C-276 in both oxidizing and reducing conditions. Electrodes made of the dehydrated Hastelloy composition contain 0.02% carbon, 0.20% silicon, 0.03% phosphorus, and 0.015% sulfur. Hastelloy C-276 is used as the most reliable alloy in harsh corrosive situations. The exceptional performance of this alloy has been demonstrated by its many years of great service in challenging environments.
Hastelloy C-276 can function in oxidizing situations up to 1900°F (1038°C), but it lacks enough chromium to perform well in the most severely oxidizing conditions, such as hot, concentrated nitric acid. Hastelloy C-276 can be used in its as-welded condition thanks to its low carbon content. It can be toughened through cold working but not through heat treatment. It should be remembered that Hastelloy hardens more quickly than austenitic stainless steel. Hastelloy C-276 is easily welded and processed using typical shop fabrication techniques for nickel-based Hastelloy and austenitic stainless steels.