Nitric acid catalyst grids support made from
HAYNES® 230® alloy plate and bar.
Excellent creep strength at 1700°F (927°C)
makes the alloy highly suitable for this application.
Textron Lycoming gas turbine engine combustor made of HAYNES® 230® alloy.
Prototype 230® combustor for Dresser-Rand DR-990 industrial turbine.
Resistance-heated 230® superheater tubes at the Penn State Applied Research Laboratory. Used to produce about 1625°F (885°C) high-pressure steam.
Prototype 230® high-temperature expansion bellows made of 0.020-inch (0.5mm) thick sheet in a catalytic cracker configuration.
This horizontal electrically fired 230® retort replaced an alloy 600 retort which lasted only an average of eight months in 1400 to 2200°F (760 to 1205°C) service in hydrogen atmosphere. The 230 retort was still in excellent condition after 24 months service, as shown.
Wire annealing fixture of 230® alloy reduces thermal mass and cycle times after replacing massive carbon-steel "stub" used previously.
Fabricated heat-treating basket for vacuum furnace application to 2300°F (1260°C). Made from 1/2-inch (12.7 mm) diameter 230® bar.
This striking shot of a HAYNES® 230® heat-treat fixture was taken at a leading off-road automotive equipment plant. This conveyor fixture operates at 1550°F (845°C) with a subsequent water quench followed by a four hour cycle at 1050°F (565°C).
HAYNES® 230® damper atop this glass melting furnace withstands 2300°F (1260°C) for short times and 2000°F (1095°C) for sustained periods.
Cast heat-treat basket of 230® alloy in use at Alloy Foundries, Division of the Eastern Company, Naugatuck, Connecticut.
Substrate holder and box of 230® alloy resist temperatures of 1650°F (900°C) during the production of semiconductors.
230® retorts operate at 2100°F (1150°C) with a hydrogen atmosphere (inside) and combustion products outside.