High Performance Alloys (Superalloys)

The name "superalloy" or "high-performance alloy" refers to metals that have been developed to withstand high temperatures without deforming (including creep) or corroding. They usually have high proportions of refractory alloying agents such as nickel and cobalt. Κey characteristics of superalloys include excellent mechanical strength, resistance to thermal creep deformation, good surface stability, and resistance to corrosion or oxidation. The development of superalloys has primarily been driven by the aerospace (75% of superalloys are used in aerospace applications) and power industries. There are three major classes of superalloys ( nickel, iron, and cobalt based alloys) which are offered in different registered trademarks of their respective developers, e.g. Inconel®, Hastelloy®, Monel®, Incoloy®, Waspaloy®, Merl® for nickel based, Astroloy® for iron based and Hiperco®, Stellite®, HS-21® or Haynes® for cobalt based alloys.

This category includes a range of products from superalloys  in different shapes (sheets and plates, strips, bars/rods, tubes, wires, etc.) encountered in aerospace, power, marine,automotive and many other industrial sectors. Sourced from quality producrs, they are offered mostly as part of our own branded (AVIATIONEU NEW ERA) product lines. They are available in pre-cut dimensions or cut-to-oder, meeting different specifications and in diferent units of sale, (pieces or kilograms) depending on the wanted order quantity and requirements. Please refer to  the individual product presentations for additional information or contact us.

High Performance Alloys (Superalloys)

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AVIATIONEU NEW ERA INCONEL®...

Inconel® is a registered trademark of Special Metals Corporation (SMC) for a family of austenitic nickel-chromium-based superalloys. Inconel® suitability for extreme pressure and heat environments and corrosion resistance allow its use in most demanding operating conditions. Even compared to stainless steel, Inconel® has an incredibly high tolerance for extreme heat, and doesn’t lose as much tensile strength at 2,000°F as most steel alloys.  Inconel® alloy comes in different grades (variations) such as 600, 601, 617, 625, 686, 690, 693, 718, 725, 751, 783 and others. It also used in the production of pipes, tubes, sheets, strips, plates, round and flat bars, etc. but also in the manufacturing of other products including fittings, flanges or fasteners. Some typical sectors/fields of use of Inconel® alloy include:

Oil and gas extraction industries due to its high temperature resistance and oxidation resistant properties,

Heat treat applications, due to its resistance to extreme temperatures,

Saltwater (Marine) Applications, because of its extraordinary resistance to sodium chloride (salt) at a variety of temperatures,

Jet engines and turbines where they need to withstand extreme temperatures (low or high). At a passenger jet’s standard cruising altitude of 36.000 ft., the average air temperature is -56.3°C (-69.3°F), but the combustion process can exceed temperatures of 1.150°C (2120°F).

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA Inconel® strips are intended for use in different industrial applications. They are offered in strips/strip coils in different Inconel® variations  in a range of  thicknesses, widths and pre-cut or cut to order lengths meeting application requirements. Sourced from quality producers these strips are competitively priced. Unit of measurement for pre-cut strips is each (ea.) while for the cut to order strips is 1 kilogram (kg) unless otherwise stated. Appearing prices are  per unit of sale. Sea/sea-surface transport to customer destination is most commonly used. Appr. time for shipping: within 3 months from the time of order payment, depending on the ordered quantity. Please refer to any attached documentation  and contact us for additional information/clarifications and quotation.

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA INCOLOY®...

Incoloy® is a registered trademark of Special Metals Corporation (SMC) for a family of super austenitic stainless steels.They do not have to be heat treated after welding to restore the corrosion resistance. Like other SMC superalloys,  Incoloy® alloys come in different grades (variations) listed in the Product Description and are used in the manufacturing of different products such as pipes, tubes, sheets, strips, plates, round and flat bars, etc. Incoloy® products are mostly chromium-based and mostly nickel-based, and designed for corrosion resistance as well as strength at high temperatures.

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA Inconel® strips are intended for use in different industrial applications. They are offered in strips/strip coils in different Incoloy® variations  in a range of  thicknesses, widths and pre-cut or cut to order lengths meeting application requirements. Sourced from quality producers these strips are competitively priced. Unit of measurement for pre-cut strips is each (ea.) while for the cut to order strips is 1 kilogram (kg) unless otherwise stated. Appearing prices are  per unit of sale. Sea/sea-surface transport to customer destination is most commonly used. Appr. time for shipping: within 3 months from the time of order payment, depending on the ordered quantity. Please refer to any attached documentation  and contact us for additional information/clarifications and quotation.