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Stellite: Composition, Properties, and Applications in Casting

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The Inconels are a kind of nickel-chromium alloys of superalloys that possess exceptional strength, corrosion resistance, and high temperature performances. Developed by International Nickel Company (INCO), Inconel alloys consist mainly of nickel, chromium, and iron, with the additions of other elements such as molybdenum, niobium, and cobalt, that further enhance various properties.

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410SS Casting

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Overview Embark on a journey with HDC, your esteemed collaborator in the realm of metal machining parts! Boasting over a decade of mastery in crafting custom metal parts, HDC showcases cutting-edge manufacturing facilities, encompassing 4-axis and 5-axis machining hubs, along with state-of-the-art inspection apparatus such as coordinate measuring machines. Our unwavering dedication to perfection empowers

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Monel: Chemical Composition, Physical Properties, and Applications in Casting

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Monel is a renowned group of nickel-copper alloys celebrated for their exceptional properties. Developed in the early 20th century by Robert Crooks Stanley, Monel alloys are primarily composed of nickel (approximately 63-70%) and copper (around 28-34%). These alloys are named after Ambrose Monell, the president of the International Nickel Company.

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Hastelloy: Chemical Composition, Physical Properties, Limitations and Applications

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Hastelloy is a type of metal made of nickel and other elements like chromium, molybdenum, and tungsten. It is very strong and resistant to corrosion even in high temperatures. Widely used in harsh environments of chemical processing, aerospace, power generation, petrochemical, and other industries, it can endure highly corrosive conditions and high temperatures. This material is great for many uses because it can resist pitting, cracking, and corrosion in most acidic environments.

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Inconel: Composition, Properties, Disadvantages, and Applications in Casting

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The Inconels are a kind of nickel-chromium alloys of superalloys that possess exceptional strength, corrosion resistance, and high temperature performances. Developed by International Nickel Company (INCO), Inconel alloys consist mainly of nickel, chromium, and iron, with the additions of other elements such as molybdenum, niobium, and cobalt, that further enhance various properties.

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