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Aerospace and defense industry


Extruded special profiles in titanium for high strength light weight fuselage components and engine parts. Louvre sections for armoured vehicles. Precision tubes in stainless steels and special alloys for flow systems (fuel, oil, air, water, gas). Plate and bar in titanium and heat resistant alloys for airplane, rocket, satellite and defence components.

Through our principals, we have access to one of the broadest range of materials for the aerospace and defense industry.


Examples of materials:

Alloy 718

(2.4668 / UNS N07718)
Age-hardenable nickel-chromium-iron alloy: high creep strength up to 700 °C. Specific properties can be achieved by the use of controlled heat treatment parameters.

Applications: Aircraft-, automotive- and gas turbine components, spring production. Components which are subjected to severe mechanical requirements under elevated temperatures or corrosive conditions.

 

Alloy 6-B

(UNS R30016)
Alloy 6-B alloy belongs to the family of high wear-resistant cobalt-based alloys with excellent properties to withstand wear by abrasion, erosion, cavitations and impingement also at high temperatures.

Applications: Bearing shells, baffle plates, sealing technics, the knife and blade industry, mineral processing plant, centrifuges, ammunition disposal, minerals handling technology, roting components for liquid and gaseous media.

 

HAYNES® 25

(2.4964 (WL) / UNS R30605)
Solid solution strengthened cobalt-based alloy: excellent creep strength properties, oxidation resistance up to 980 °C and resistance to gaseous sulphur containing media.

Applications: Aviation gas turbine technology, bearing technics, rocket propulsion parts, rocketry, industrial incinerator plant, fiberglass manufacture.

 

HAYNES® 188

(2.4683 / UNS R30188)
Solid solution strengthened cobalt-based superalloy: high oxidation resistance up to 1100 °C, high creep strength, extremely high resistance to hot gas corrosion.

Applications: Aviation gas turbine technology, bearing technics, rocket propulsion parts, rocketry, industrial incinerator plant, fiberglass manufacture.

 

Titanium grade 2

(3.7035 / UNS R50400)
Commercial pure titanium: the low iron content supports the excellent corrosion resistance in wet chloride containing, oxidizing media. Titanium shows an outstanding biocompatibility. A slight modification of the trace elements increases the mechanical properties compared to grade 1.

Applications: Structural parts which are subject to severe oxidizing stresses, particularly in combination with chlorides: the chemical industry, desalinization facilities for seawater, power station technology, medical technology, lightweight contruction technology.

 

Titanium grade 5

(3.7165 / UNS R56400 / AMS 4911)
(3.7164 / AMS 4928)(WL)
Titanium α+β alloy: Outstanding specific strength. The mechanical properties can be influenced by heat treatment to controlled parameters. A higher specification level is available for aircraft applications (WL-Grade). A slight modification of the composition results in improved formability (ELI-Grade).

Applications: Structural aircraft components, CPI, rotation components, fastening elements, automotive technology, sonotrodes and medical engineering.

 


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