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Steelco Metal proudly presents Nitronic 50/60, A286, and 904L, three remarkable alloy solutions designed to excel in the most demanding environments. Nitronic 50 and Nitronic 60 are renowned for their exceptional strength, corrosion resistance, and versatility. These austenitic stainless steels are ideal for applications where high wear and galling resistance are essential. Our A286 alloy, with its exceptional high-temperature strength and oxidation resistance, is a top choice in the aerospace and automotive sectors. Meanwhile, 904L, a superaustenitic stainless steel, stands out for its resistance to a wide range of corrosive environments, making it an excellent material for chemical processing and marine applications.

Nitronic 50 and Nitronic 60, both offering high mechanical strength and excellent corrosion resistance, are suitable for applications ranging from marine environments to high-stress machinery components. A286, with its impressive creep strength and oxidation resistance at elevated temperatures, is an asset in industries demanding reliable performance under extreme heat. 904L, on the other hand, boasts outstanding corrosion resistance to sulfuric acid and other aggressive chemicals, making it a standout choice for chemical processing equipment and desalination systems.

Steelco Metal’s Nitronic 50/60, A286, and 904L alloys are meticulously crafted to meet the highest industry standards. We provide these alloys in various forms, ensuring they align perfectly with your application requirements. With their exceptional properties and the precision of our manufacturing, you can trust that our alloys will deliver top-notch performance in your projects, whether in the aerospace, automotive, chemical, marine, or other industries. These alloys represent innovation, strength, and dependability, the very essence of Steelco Metal.

Types of Nitronic 50/60, A286, 904L

Nitronic 50 (UNS S20910 / XM-19)

Nitronic 50 is an austenitic stainless steel with high strength and excellent corrosion resistance. It is often used in applications that require a combination of corrosion resistance and high mechanical properties. Common uses include marine equipment, aerospace components, and shafts in various industries.

Nitronic 60 (UNS S21800)

Nitronic 60 is another austenitic stainless steel alloy known for its excellent galling resistance and wear properties. It is used in applications that involve sliding wear, abrasion, and galling, making it suitable for pump components, valve stems, and other high-stress mechanical parts.

A286 (UNS S66286)

A286 is a precipitation-hardening stainless steel known for its high-temperature strength and corrosion resistance. It is commonly used in applications where high strength and resistance to oxidation at elevated temperatures are required, such as in the aerospace and automotive industries.

Nitronic 90 (UNS S21800)

Nitronic 90 is similar to Nitronic 60 but is also known for its excellent galling resistance and wear properties. It is used in applications that require wear resistance and high mechanical properties, similar to Nitronic 60.

Key features of Nitronic 50/60, A286, 904L

Nitronic 50 (UNS S20910 / XM-19)

Corrosion Resistance: Nitronic 50 offers exceptional corrosion resistance, making it ideal for marine and chemical industry applications.

High Strength

This austenitic stainless steel maintains high strength even at elevated temperatures.

Versatility

Nitronic 50 is versatile, suitable for use in components like pumps, valves, and fasteners.

Low Magnetic Permeability

It exhibits low magnetic permeability, which is crucial in some sensitive applications, like MRI machines.

Nitronic 60 (UNS S21800)

Galling Resistance

Nitronic 60 is renowned for its exceptional galling and wear resistance, reducing friction and improving durability.

High Strength

This stainless steel maintains high strength properties while providing superior wear performance.

Applications

It is commonly used in heavy-duty machinery parts, such as pumps, valve stems, and bearings.

Longevity

Nitronic 60’s wear resistance extends the lifespan of components in demanding environments.

A286 (UNS S66286)

High-Temperature Strength

A286 boasts impressive strength and oxidation resistance at elevated temperatures, making it suitable for aerospace applications.

Corrosion Resistance

It offers excellent corrosion resistance in various environments, including harsh industrial and marine settings.

Precipitation Hardening

A286 can be heat-treated to achieve desired mechanical properties, enhancing its versatility.

Diverse Applications

This alloy is utilized in aircraft components, turbochargers, and gas turbines due to its high-temperature performance.

904L (UNS N08904)

Superior Corrosion Resistance

904L excels in resisting corrosive acids, particularly in industries like chemical processing and pharmaceuticals.

Pitting and Crevice Resistance

It offers enhanced resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion in chloride-containing environments.

Formability

This stainless steel is easy to shape, weld, and fabricate, providing design flexibility in various applications.

Diverse Uses

904L is found in chemical processing equipment, storage tanks, and pulp and paper industry machinery due to its corrosion resistance and formability.

Specification of Nitronic 50/60, A286, 904L

Property Nitronic 50 Nitronic 60 A286 904L
Type
Austenitic
Austenitic
Precipitation-Hardening
Austenitic
Corrosion Resistance
Excellent
Good
Excellent
Excellent
Strength at Room Temp.
High
High
High
High
High-Temperature Strength
Good
Good
Excellent
Good
Galling Resistance
Moderate
Excellent
Moderate
Moderate
Oxidation Resistance
Good
Good
Excellent
Good
Magnetic Permeability
Low
Low
Low
Low
Weldability
Good
Good
Fair to Good
Good
Formability
Good
Good
Good
Good
Applications
Marine, Aerospace, Chemical
Valves, Pumps, Bearings
Aerospace, Automotive
Chemical, Petrochemical
Common Uses
Shafts, Fasteners, Valves
Pump Components, Valve Stems
Aircraft Components, Turbochargers
Chemical Processing Equipment, Tanks
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Industrial Applications of Nitronic 50/60, A286, 904L

Nitronic 50

Nitronic 60

A286

904L

Countries We Supply Nitronic 50/60, A286,  904L  To

Steelco Metal & Alloys supply and distribute Nitronic 50/60, A286, 904L to countries like:

US United States

Europe Europe

Middle East Middle East

Africa Africa

and more…

 

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FAQs:

Nitronic 50 and Nitronic 60 are austenitic stainless steel alloys primarily composed of nickel, chromium, and molybdenum, with other alloying elements.
The choice depends on specific requirements. Nitronic 50 is known for corrosion resistance, while Nitronic 60 excels in galling resistance. Select the alloy that aligns with your application’s needs.
Nitronic alloys can be customized to some extent by choosing the appropriate grade, form, and size. Significant customization may require consultation with suppliers or manufacturers.
Nitronic 50 is used in marine, aerospace, and chemical industries. Nitronic 60 is found in pump manufacturing, automotive, and heavy machinery applications.

A286 is made up of iron, nickel, chromium, and other alloying elements. It is commonly used in the aerospace industry for aircraft components and high-temperature applications like gas turbines.

Yes, A286 is a precipitation-hardening alloy and can be heat-treated to achieve specific mechanical properties, enhancing its customization capabilities.

Select the alloy based on factors like high-temperature strength and corrosion resistance required for your specific application.

A286 is weldable, but specific precautions and welding procedures are necessary to maintain its properties and performance during and after welding.

904L consists of nickel, chromium, molybdenum, and copper. It offers superior corrosion resistance, especially in chloride-containing environments.

904L is not ideal for very high-temperature applications; it’s best suited for environments where corrosion resistance is crucial.

Yes, 904L is available in forms such as sheets, plates, pipes, and fittings, allowing flexibility in choosing the right form for specific applications.

904L can be welded, but specific welding procedures and filler materials are necessary to maintain its corrosion resistance properties during welding.

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