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Alloy C276 and Alloy 20: A Comparison

Alloy C276 and Alloy 20: A Comparison Alloy C276 and Alloy 20 are widely used in marine applications. They share many characteristics, but there are also important differences. This article presents a brief comparison of the two metal alloys, with suggested applications for each. Our team of metal sourcing specialists are always happy to advise

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Alloy 718 - Broder Metals Group

Alloy 718 – What is it? – Alloy 718 to ASTM B637

Alloy 718 – What is it? UNS N07718 (Alloy 718) is often seen as the workhorse of the nickel-chromium alloy range, with many applications in Aerospace, General Engineering and the Oil & Gas industry.  The grade is one of a type that is precipitation-hardenable, and which, with its addition of niobium, molybdenum, aluminium and titanium,

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Uns N07718 (alloy 718) - Broder Metals Group

Alloy 718 – What Is It? Alloy 718 To AMS5663

UNS N07718 (Alloy 718) is often seen as the workhorse of the nickel-chromium alloy range, with many applications in Aerospace, General Engineering and the Oil & Gas industry. The grade is one of a type that is precipitation-hardenable, and which, with its addition of niobium, molybdenum, aluminium and titanium, provides a metal that is relatively

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Alloy 718 – What Is It? Alloy 718 To AMS5662

Alloy 718 – What Is It? Alloy 718 To AMS5662

UNS N07718 (Alloy 718) is often seen as the workhorse of the nickel-chromium alloy range, with many applications in Aerospace, General Engineering and the Oil & Gas industry. The grade is one of a type that is precipitation-hardenable, and which, with its addition of niobium, molybdenum, aluminium and titanium, provides a metal that is relatively

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Alloy 718 – What Is It?

Alloy 718 – What Is It? Alloy 718 To API 6A CRA

UNS N07718 (Alloy 718) is often seen as the workhorse of the Oil & Gas nickel-chromium alloy range, but also has numerous applications in Aerospace and General Engineering. The grade is one of a type that is precipitation-hardenable, and which, with its addition of niobium, molybdenum, aluminium and titanium, provides a metal that is relatively

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625 & 718 Api Corrosion Resistant Alloys

625 vs 718 API Corrosion Resistant Alloys

What is the difference between Alloy 625 and Alloy 718 (to the API 6A CRA specification).  Both alloys are corrosion resistant, however they have extremely different properties, making each one better suited for particular applications. Here is our quick guide to the differences between them:

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Additional Machining Services From Broder Metals Group

Additional Machining Services From Broder Metals Group

At Broder Metals Group we can offer not only the supply of your base material needs but also pre-machined and fully finished machining services through our network of expert machining companies. We offer the most cost-effective solution to your requirements depending on shape, size, complexity, and material grade. Our technical team includes an apprentice trained

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Metal Testing & Processing Services from Broder Metals Group

Metal Testing & Processing Services from Broder Metals Group

Sourcing metals for your business that meet demanding specifications is a vital and often-challenging task. Here at Broder Metals Group we understand the issues you face and have made it our mission to supply you materials that meet your needs. We can give you a full material supply and certification service to general industry manufacturing

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