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HAYNES® 214® alloy (UNS N07214) is a nickel-chromium-aluminum-iron alloy designed to provide the optimum high-temperature oxidation resistance for a wrought material, while at the same time allowing for conventional forming and joining. HAYNES 214 - Alloy Wireresistant alloys at temperatures of 955 °C (1750 °F) and above **High temperature static applications HAYNES 214 available in:-n Round wire n Bars or lengths n Flat wire n Shaped wire n Rope/Strand Packaging n Coils n Spools n Bars or lengths key advantages to you, our customer HAYNES 214 Technical Datasheet AWS 061 Rev.1 IMPORTANT

HAYNES® 214 - The Welding Warehouse, Inc.

HAYNES® 214is a nickel-chromium-aluminum-iron alloy, designed to provide the optimum in high-temperature oxidation resistance for a wrought austenitic material, while at the same time allowing for conventional forming and joining. HAYNES- 214- alloy Hot-working Technical InformationHot Working Variables HAYNES ® 214 ® alloy has been successfully hot worked in the temperature range of about 2200°F (1200°C) to 1800°F (980°C). Heat up Haynes 214 Strip Alloy UNS N07214 B50A913 B50TF219

  • ApplicationsDescriptionNominal CompositionPhysical PropertiesFor Further Information ContactHaynes® Alloy 214 is a nickel-chromium-aluminum-iron alloy with excellent high temperature corrosion and oxidation resistance at and above 955°C (1750°F). H214 is best suited for high temperature, low stress environments. Haynes® Alloy 214 is sold in the solution heat treated condition. At temperatures above 1750°F, an Al2O3type oxide scale develops, providing excellent resistance to carburization, nitriding and corrosion in chlorine-bearing oxidizing environments.Haynes 214 - Alloy Wire InternationalHaynes 214 is a Nickel-Chromium-Aluminium-Iron alloy which is principally intended for use at temperatures of 955 o C (1750 o F) and above. It exhibits resistance to oxidation that far exceeds virtually all conventional heat resistant wrought alloys at these temperatures. Haynes 214 is also known as Cabot 214 and Hastelloy 214.

    Haynes 214-High Temperature Oxidation Resistant Alloy

    Super alloy Haynes 214 is a member of nickel based alloys family and is made for use at the applications temperatures up to 955oC or 1751oF. It offers great resistance to oxidation even superior than many heat resistant wrought alloys. NiCrAlFe alloy Haynes 214 is recommended for offering suitable high temperature oxidation resistance while Haynes® 214 (Alloy 214) Wire UNS N07214 UlbrichHaynes® 214 Alloy Description. Alloy 214 is a nickel-chromium-aluminum-iron alloy designed to provide the optimum in high-temperatures oxidation resistance. This alloy which is principally intended for use at temperatures of 955oC (1750oF) and above. It exhibits resistance to oxidation that far exceeds virtually all conventional heat resistant Nickel Alloy 214 / UNS N07214 Coils, Strips, FoilsNickel Alloy 214 can be cold rolled to various tempers and it can be hardened by cold working aging at 1472°F to 1562 °F. Haynes® 214 Strips, Coils, Foils Specification. Specifications :ASTM 582, ASTM B581. Size :1000 mm x 2000 mm, 1220 mm x 2440 mm, 1500 mm x 3000 mm, 2000 mm x 2000 mm, 2000 mm x 4000 mm.

    Specifications for High-temperature Alloys

    HAYNES® 214® alloy; HAYNES® 230® alloy; HAYNES® 233 alloy ; HAYNES® 242® alloy; HAYNES® 244® alloy; HAYNES® 263 alloy; HAYNES® 282® alloy; HAYNES® 718 alloy N07718:0.297 (8.22) AMS 5596 AMS 5597:AMS 5663 AMS 5664 SB 637/B 637-A 5.14 (ERNiFeCr-2) AMS 5832:AMS 5589 AMS 5590 B 983--AMS 5662 AMS 5663 AMS 5664 Super Alloys Haynes 214 Products Chemical Mechanical Super Alloys Haynes 214 is a high-strength, high-temperature resistant and corrosion resistant nickel-chromium alloy. It is suitable for use at cryogenic temperatures and also for use in air up to 1300 F.Haynes® 214 UNS N07214 UlbrichHaynes® 214 is a nickel-chromium-aluminum-iron alloy, designed to provide the optimum in high ­temperatures oxidation resistance for a wrought austenitic material, while at the same time allowing for conventional forming and joining.