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Applications Of F55 Super Duplex In The Marine And Oil And Gas Industry

Applications Of F55 Super Duplex In The Marine And Oil And Gas Industry

UNS S32760 (F55) is a super duplex high-performance steel with a 50:50 two-phase austenite, ferrite microstructure. Supplied in sheets, plates, bars, tubes, and pipes, Super Duplex offers the benefits of Duplex steel with increased nickel, chromium, and molybdenum for excellent resistance to pitting corrosion. Additional nitrogen supports structural hardening, increasing the yield strength.

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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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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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How To Source Products Or Grades Not In Your Current Portfolio

How To Source Products Or Grades Not In Your Current Portfolio

Sourcing the right metals for your business, at the required grade, can be a time-consuming and frustrating task. If you can’t obtain the necessary material for the best value, your company’s productivity and profits can suffer. As you gradually expand your portfolio, metal sourcing becomes more challenging, especially if you have limited resources to devote

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API 20F - A Stockholder’s Perspective

API 20F: A Stockholder’s Perspective

To give the full title: API Specification 20F: Corrosion-Resistant Bolting for use in the Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries, latest edition (2nd) May 2018 (Effective date 1 November 2018). This standard defines the requirements for the qualification, production and documentation of two of the three BSL (bolting specification levels) defined in API 20E (Alloy and

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MP35N™ | UNS R30035 - Welding Of 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 element (around 33%) together with the strength and toughness imparted by cold working and

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How To Machine Alloy MP35N

The strength, toughness and hardness of UNS R30035 (also known as MP35N) – 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 prior

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