Hastelloy DIN2 4819 Plates are known for their exceptional corrosion resistance and high strength, making them a popular choice in various industries. These plates are made from a nickel-molybdenum-chromium alloy, with the addition of tungsten and copper. This unique chemical composition allows them to withstand severe environments, such as those in chemical processing plants and nuclear power facilities. Their resistance to oxidizing and reducing chemicals, including chlorine and sulfuric acid, makes them a reliable choice for harsh conditions. The Hastelloy DIN2 4819 Plates' chemical makeup makes them a top choice for challenging applications.
Hastelloy DIN2 4819 Plates are known for their remarkable corrosion resistance properties in various harsh environments. The alloy contains a high amount of nickel, molybdenum, and chromium, which contributes to its exceptional resistance to corrosion, oxidizing media, and reducing agents. 4819 Hastelloy DIN2 Plates are popularly used in industries such as chemical processing, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, and pulp and paper manufacturing, where their remarkable strength and durability are tested in extreme conditions. In addition to their impressive mechanical properties, these Plates can withstand high temperatures up to 1100 °C, making Hastelloy DIN2 4819 the ideal material for use in challenging applications.
The HSN Code for Hastelloy DIN2 4819 Plates is 72262020.
Welding Hastelloy DIN2 4819 plates requires careful preparation, accurate preheating, high-quality welding consumables, appropriate weld sequence and post-weld heat treatment. This is to ensure the best results and a strong weld joint.
No, Hastelloy DIN2 4819 Plates are non-magnetic, meaning that they do not have any magnetic properties. This is due to the chemical composition of the metal, which has a low percentage of magnetic nickel and elements such as molybdenum and chromium.
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