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B2 Hastelloy tubing is a corrosion-resistant alloy ideal for many industrial and heavy industry applications like piping, reactor vessels, and propulsion systems. This superalloy contains balanced amounts of molybdenum and nickel, with trace amounts of chromium, manganese, tungsten, cobalt, silicon, and other components. Hastelloy B2 tubing has a greater resistance to pressure in higher temperatures than most stainless steels due to its outstanding oxidation resistance and notable mechanical strength - making it one of the sturdiest metals used in industrial settings today.

Hastelloy B2 tubing has a variety of uses and advantages. This alloy has superb high-temperature strength, outstanding flexibility and welding characteristics, excellent resistance to localized and uniform corrosion attacks, low magnetic permeability, chloride stress corrosion cracking resistance, and good oxidation resistance. Due to its chemical makeup, including chromium, molybdenum, nickel, tungsten, and iron, it is commonly used in industries that require a high-temperature operation, such as industrial piping systems in the chemical processing industry. Hastelloy B2 provides an easy way to transport fluids or gases from one area to another with reliable protection against steam corrosion, oxidation issues or acidic corrosion. Additionally, due to its extremely low carbon content levels, Hastelloy B2 tubing has superior fabrication characteristics compared with other alloys.

FAQ's for Hastelloy B2 Tubing

hastelloy b2 tubing Start From Rs. 400/Kilogram To Rs. 1400/Kilogram

No, Hastelloy B2 tubing is not magnetic. This tubing is a nickel-molybdenum alloy with good resistance to reducing environments, good resistance to stress corrosion cracking and oxidation. Hastelloy B2 tubing has excellent resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion in reducing environments. It also has excellent resistance to hydrochloric acid environments.

Yes, Hastelloy B2 tubing is highly corrosion resistant to a wide range of media, including sulfuric, hydrochloric, and nitric acids, as well as other non-oxidizing media.

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