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Haynes 230 bars is an iron-nickel-chromium alloy used in extreme temperatures up to 900°C. It comprises 64.5% nickel, 20% chromium, 6.8% molybdenum, and 8.7% cobalt, along with trace amounts of other elements such as manganese and carbon. This composition gives Haynes 230 unique properties, such as excellent oxidation resistance and high strength at elevated temperatures. It is highly corrosion-resistant and non-magnetic, making it ideal for various applications such as furnace applications, aerospace components, electronic components, and medical implants. Haynes 230 is also an excellent choice when performance under high-stress conditions is a priority due to its impressive flexibility and strength under pressure.

Haynes 230 bars are an essential metal alloy used for various applications. This cobalt-based alloy has excellent oxidation resistance, making it ideal for high-temperature and corrosive environments. Haynes 230 bars have thermodynamic properties that allow them to resist metal fatigue and have good workability, allowing for easier machining and welding operations. In addition to its various industrial uses, including fixtures and fasteners in extreme conditions, the alloy can also be used for multiple medical applications since it is biocompatible and non-toxic. All these properties make Haynes 230 bars a reliable material that can be utilized across many industries.

FAQ's for Haynes 230 Bars

The melting point of Haynes 230 bars is between 1390°C (2530°F) and 1460°C (2650°F).

Yes, they can be machined using conventional methods such as grinding, drilling, tapping and cutting.

It Varies, But Generally It Is Around INR 600/Kg To INR 700/Kg

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