A nickel-chromium grade, Alloy 75 has good mechanical properties and resistance to oxidation at high temperature.
Alloy 75 is an 80/20 nickel – chromium alloy. First introduced in the 1940’s for turbine blades in Whittle Jet Engines, it is now widely used where oxidation and scaling resistance is required, coupled with medium strength at high temperatures.
|Product form||Size range from||Size range to|
|Alloy 75 round bar||8 mm||160 mm|
|Alloy 75 sheet & plate||0.6 mm||3 mm|
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