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Alloy Types

General Haynes International Information

High-temperature Alloys

High-temperature Alloy at a Glance

High-temperature Alloy Fabrication

High-temperature Alloy Applications

Haynes International Gas Turbine Alloys
Haynes International Aerospace Alloys
HAYNES® 230® Alloy for Nitric Acid Catalyst Grids & Baskets Tech Brief
HAYNES® 230® Alloy for Gas Turbine & Aerospace Applications Tech Brief
HAYNES® 230® Alloy for Expansion Bellows Tech Brief
HAYNES® 230® Alloy for Cyclone Separators Tech Brief
HAYNES® 230® Alloy for Power Plant Applications Tech Brief
HAYNES® 230® Alloy for High Strength Furnace Components Tech Brief
HAYNES® 230® & HR-120® Alloys for Light Weight Vacuum Furnace Heat Treat Baskets Tech Brief
HAYNES® 556® Alloy for Waste Incineration Components Tech Brief
HAYNES® 556® Alloy for Rotary Calciners Tech Brief
HAYNES® 556® Alloy for Pulp & Paper Tech Brief
HAYNES® 556® Alloy for Hot-Dip Galvanizing Tech Brief
HAYNES® 556® Alloy for High-temperature Chemical Processes Tech Brief
HAYNES® 556® Alloy for Industrial Heating Applications Tech Brief
HAYNES® 556® Alloy for High-Speed Furnace Fans Tech Brief
HAYNES® 556® Alloy for Molten Salt Bath Heat Treat Baskets Tech Brief
HAYNES® 214® Alloy Hot-working Technical Information
HAYNES® 556® Alloy for Fossil Energy System Applications Tech Brief
HAYNES® HR-160® Alloy for Severely Sulfidizing Environments Tech Brief
HAYNES® HR-160® Alloy Applications in Waste Incinerators Tech Brief
HAYNES® 242® Alloy for Gas Turbine & Aerospace Applications Tech Brief
HAYNES® 242® Alloy for High-temperature Fluorine-Bearing Environments Tech Brief
HAYNES® 242® Alloy for Plastics Production & Processing Tech Brief
High-temperature Alloys for Thermocouple Protection Tubes Tech Brief
High-temperature Alloys for Heat Exchangers / Recuperators Tech Brief
High-Strength Fabricated Refractory Anchors Tech Brief
High-temperature Alloys for Industrial Applications
High-temperature Alloys for Incineration Applications

High-temperature Alloy Technical Data

Corrosion-resistant Alloys

Corrosion-resistant Alloy at a Glance

Corrosion-resistant Alloy Fabrication

Corrosion-resistant Alloy Applications

Corrosion-resistant Alloy General Information

Corrosion-resistant Alloy Technical Data

HASTELLOY® B-3® Alloy Hydrobromic Acid
HASTELLOY® B-3® Alloy Hydrochloric Acid
HASTELLOY® B-3® Alloy Phosphoric Acid
HASTELLOY® B-3® Alloy Sulfuric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-4 Alloy Hydrochloric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-4 Alloy Sulfuric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-22® Alloy Hydrobromic Acid
HASTELLOY® C-22® Alloy Hydrochloric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-22® Alloy Nitric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-22® Alloy Phosphoric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-22® Alloy Sulfuric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-276 Alloy Hydrobromic Acid
HASTELLOY® C-276 Alloy Hydrochloric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-276 Alloy Nitric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-276 Alloy Phosphoric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-276 Alloy Sulfuric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-2000® Alloy Hydrobromic Acid
HASTELLOY® C-2000® Alloy Hydrochloric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-2000® Alloy Hydrofluoric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-2000® Alloy Nitric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-2000® Alloy Phosphoric Acid
HASTELLOY® C-2000® Alloy Sulfuric Acid
HASTELLOY® G-30® Alloy Hydrochloric Acid
HASTELLOY® G-30® Alloy Sulfuric Acid
HASTELLOY® G-35® Alloy Hydrobromic Acid
HASTELLOY® G-35® Alloy Hydrochloric Acid
HASTELLOY® G-35® Alloy Nitric Acid
HASTELLOY® G-35® Alloy Phosphoric Acid
HASTELLOY® G-35® Alloy Sulfuric Acid
HASTELLOY® HYBRID-BC1® Alloy Hydrobromic Acid
HASTELLOY® HYBRID-BC1® Alloy Hydrochloric Acid
HASTELLOY® HYBRIC-BC1® Alloy Nitric Acid
HASTELLOY® HYBRID-BC1® Alloy Phosphoric Acid
HASTELLOY® HYBRID-BC1® Alloy Sulfuric Acid
ULTIMET® Alloy Hydrochloric Acid
ULTIMET® Alloy Nitric Acid
ULTIMET® Alloy Phosphoric Acid
ULTIMET® Alloy Sulfuric Acid

Titanium Alloy

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