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Super alloys or high performance alloys are alloys that exhibit excellent mechanical strength and creep resistance at high temperatures, good surface stability and oxidation resistance. They usually have an austenitic steel crystal structure with an alloying element of nickel, cobalt or iron and nickel. The super development of super alloys has been mainly done in the aerospace and energy industries.

Corrosion-resistant superalloys are widely used in harsh environments where corrosion resistance and heat resistance are of the utmost importance for the integrity of the finished product. These super alloys are widely used by the chemical and petrochemical industries, power plants, and the oil and gas industry.

Many nickel-based industrial superconductors include alloying elements including Cr (Cr), Al (Al), Ti (Ti), Mo (Mo), Tungsten (W), Ni (Ni), Tantalum (Ta) and Co (Co). is.

Superalloys High-performance alloys have been selected as the steel of choice for corrosion resistance and versatility.


Which nickel based alloys are super alloyed?

  • Alloy C276, other common trademarks of Hastelloy C276
  • Alloy X, other common brands of Hastelloy X, Inconel HX
  • Alloy 2, other common trademarks of Inconel 718.

Uses of Super Alloys in Industries

  • Aerospace
  • Turbine and jet engine
  • Marine industry
  • Submarines
  • Chemical processing industry
  • Nuclear reactors
  • Heat Exchanger Tube
  • Industrial gas turbines

What are the characteristics of super alloys?

  • Excellent mechanical strength and creep resistance at high temperatures
  • Good surface stability
  • Corrosion and oxidation resistant

The term "super alloy" was first used after World War II to describe a group of alloys developed for use in turbocharged and turbine engines that required high performance at high temperatures.