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A 286

An iron-based superalloy, A 286 has superior strength up to 538°C and excellent oxidation resistance up to 816°C.

If you need a stainless steel which offers superior strength combined with excellent oxidation resistance at elevated temperatures, then look no further than NeoNickel A 286 stainless steel.

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A 286 Round bar9.5 mm127 mm GET A QUOTE
A 286 Sheet & plate0.635 mm101.6 mm GET A QUOTE

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Chemical Analysis

CrNiMoCoVaAlTiBCFeMnSiPS
Min13.5241-0.1-1.90.003------
Max16271.510.50.352.350.010.08Balance210.0250.025

Applications

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A 286 can be used in a variety of applications, here are just a few examples:

  • Jet engine components
  • High temperature fasteners, springs
  • Non-magnetic cryogenic equipment

About A 286

A-286 alloy is an age-hardenable iron-based superalloy for applications requiring long-term high strength from -195°C-538°C. If short-term high strength properties are acceptable, the alloy can be used between 704-816°C. Oxidation resistance is high for continuous service to 816°C and intermittent to 982°C.

Aqueous corrosion resistance of A-286  is comparable to 316/316L stainless grade.

Heat treatment according to AMS 5525 requires a solution anneal at 982°C air cool, age at 718°C for 16 hours and then air cool.

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Properties

Density:
7.94 g/cm³
Melting range:
1287.8 -1348.9 °C

Specifications

UNS Number:
S66286
W.NR.Number:
1.4980, 1.4943, 1.4944
Standards:
AMS 5525, AMS 5732, AMS 5804, BS HR100, BS HR51, M6RR6531, 6532, ASTM A453, A638, AMS 5526, 5731, 5734, 5737
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FAQs & Resources

Superalloy refers to a group of iron-, cobalt- or nickel-based alloys commonly used in extremely high temperature and highly stressed conditions. Such conditions are commonly found in aircraft engines where high-performance nickel-based (most common) superalloys are subject to about 10,000 rpm and temperature as high as 2000 °C. These conditions are essential because when the engines run at higher temperature, less fuel is needed. Therefore these superalloys are always going to be in high demand and at the forefront of materials and metallurgical research field. The ‘super’ superalloys are being developed as we speak!

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