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Alloy 105

Precipitation-hardenable nickel-cobalt-chromium grade, Alloy 105 is ideal for high temperature service.

With the addition of molybdenum for solid-solution strengthening, Alloy 105 offers superior strength and heat resistance. The alloy has high creep-rupture properties at temperature up to 950°C.

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Alloy 105 round bar12.7 mm203.2 mm

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Chemical Analysis

%NiCoCrMoMnCuSiCSP
Min-18144.50------
MaxBalance2215.75.5010.200.10.170.01-

Applications

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Perfect for applications in the Power Generation industry

Alloy 105 can be used in a variety of applications, here are just a few examples:

  • Turbine blades
  • Turbine discs
  • Turbine shafts
  • Forgings
  • Rolled rings
  • Bolts and fasteners

About Alloy 105

Alloy 105 has excellent heat resistant properties, high strength and excellent oxidation resistance. The high creep-rupture properties of Alloy 105 makes the alloy perfect for critical gas turbine applications.

Alloy 105 can be heat treated as followed;

For optimum long term creep and ductility at 850-950°C:
4 hours at 1150°C, 16 hours at 1050-1065 °C and 16 hours at 850°C with air cooling after all heat treatment operations.

Where tensile strength, elongation and impact stength are more critical at temperature up to 700°C:
4 hours at 1125°C and 16 hours at 850°C with air cooling after all heat treatment operations.

Properties

Density:
8 g/cm³
Melting range:
Liquidus 1345°C & Solidus 1290°C
Hardness:
HRB
Specific Heat Capacity:
419 J/kg.°C
Electrical Resistivity:
1.31 µΩ.m
Curie Temperature:
°C

Specifications

W.Nr.Number:
2.4634
Standards:
ASTM B637, MSRR 7004, 7022, 7063, 7070, 7162, 7193, 7952, BS: HR 203, 3HR1, HR2, HR3, HR4, BS4HR 601
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FAQs & Resources

Yes, nickel alloys are magnetic. Magnetic alloys are those that contain at least one of the following elements – iron (Fe), nickel (Ni) and cobalt (Co).

AMS materials tend to be used in the production of parts and components in the aviation and motorsport industry where the integrity of the materials is critical. AMS stands for Aerospace Material Specification in the metal industry. Aerospace Material Specification cover a wide range of alloy grades ranging from stainless steel to titanium and nickel alloys.

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