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Haynes C263 Bars blend nickel, chromium, and molybdenum-based materials that offer excellent strength and oxidation resistance in temperatures up to 1600°F (871°C). The exact chemical composition can vary depending on the grade of alloy used. Still, these bars will generally contain 65.2% nickel, 18.3% chromium, 9.4% molybdenum, 3.2% tungsten, and 4.1% iron as primary components with small trace amounts of other elements like manganese or silicon. These bars are the ideal choice for high-heat applications such as furnaces and incinerators due to their ability to resist cracking and distortion during periods of thermal cycling, even under extreme temperatures.

Haynes C263 Bars are an alloy of cobalt, chromium, and tungsten. This unique composition has made them popular for aerospace, defense, and automotive applications. In addition to being corrosion-resistant and durable in extreme temperatures, Haynes C263 Bars also offer excellent thermal shock and creep resistance. They have good oxidation and sulfidation resistance, making them suitable for high-temperature environments such as furnaces and exhaust systems. Other services include bushings, valve components, bearing races, caps for cylinder heads and exhaust valves, piston rings, and other worn parts. Another benefit is that Haynes C263 Bars can be machined or forged into complex shapes with little distortion or cracking on the material surface. With these qualities combined, it's easy to see why Haynes C263 bars are so widely sought after by manufacturers in search of reliable metal components.

FAQ's for Haynes C263 Bars

Haynes C263 is a cobalt-chromium-tungsten nickel alloy that combines excellent oxidation resistance, good formability and high strength in one material. It is often used for components in gas turbine engines, rocket engine nozzles and industrial furnace muffles where it can operate in temperatures up to 2190°F (1200°C).

Haynes C263 is commonly used in aerospace, power generation and chemical processing industries due to its superior property combination of excellent formability, high strength and oxidation resistance. It is also used in applications where abrasion resistance and wear resistance are required.

No, heat treatment is not typically necessary for basic fabrication or forming operations with Haynes C263 bar stock. However, some applications may require post-weld heat treatment depending on the specific operation and design parameters.

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