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Haynes 214 bars are a type of alloy created by metallurgist Harry Brearley in 1912. The metal was designed to have a higher resistance to wear and corrosion than steel, making it an ideal choice for specific applications. The secret of its success lies within its chemical composition, which includes 18-22% chromium, 10-14% nickel, 4-6% molybdenum, and 0.2%-1.2% manganese. Trace amounts of carbon, nitrogen, silicon, sulfur, and phosphorus are also present within the mix. Together these elements make up what is known as Haynes 214 - an incredibly versatile material with superior properties that will protect against tribological wear under the most challenging conditions.

Haynes 214 bars consist of a special alloy containing 54.5% Nickel, 20% Chromium, 16.5% Iron, 8.7% Molybdenum, and 0.3% Manganese. This unique combination of metals creates a highly high-temperature capable alloy that is impact and wear resistant while remaining malleable enough to be machined or fabricated as desired. The strength of the alloy makes it ideal for application in aerospace engineering and structural components. Haynes 214 bars are commonly used for exhaust valves and turbine blades due to their high integrity against combustion pressure over long periods.

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