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What Is Hastelloy C22 Round Bar ?

The C22 Hastelloy alloy has the ability to resist both oxidising and non-oxidizing chemicals in addition to being a nickel, chromium and molybdenum alloy as well. Its main characteristic is its resistance to oxidising and non-oxidizing chemicals as well. The stainless steel, for example, is susceptible to a form of attack known as chloride-induced pitting, an unpredictable form of attack that can lead to pitting in the steel. This protection is designed to provide a method of protecting against such a possible attack. Additionally, the c22 material protects from crevice attack and stress corrosion cracks due to the presence of the micropores.

Hastelloy C22 tubes

This alloy is characterised by the presence of a high concentration of chromium, which makes it a more versatile alloy than other Hastelloy alloys. This alloy is extremely ductile and weldable, as well. It can be used to make many industrial components in many cases. There are several varieties of this alloy available for sale, such as sheets, strips, billets, bars, wires, pipes, etc. 

There are many applications for this alloy in the chemical process industry, including reactors, heat exchangers, and columns. It has the following hastelloy c22 composition:

  • There is a 56% nickel content
  • Chromium content: 22%
  • A molybdenum content of 13%
  • The iron content is 3%
  • Tungsten at 3%
  • Cobalt at 2.5%

Hastelloy C22 Bar Common Applications

In the automotive industry, Hastelloy C22 round bars are used to connect engine parts or other engine components. Its corrosion resistance is an important characteristic in applications such as machine parts, bearings, and springs.

There are many uses of Hastelloy C22 bar stocks, including mechanical fasteners, bolts, screws, machine parts, aerospace components, and much more, as it is an austenitic stainless steel alloy that is well suited for corrosion resistance and strength. Additionally, the Hastelloy C22 round bar can also be used for marine applications such as anchors and winches.

Furthermore, Hastelloy C22 bar stocks are very popular among chemical companies, since it is widely used in environments where corrosive or aggressive conditions, such as those associated with nitric acid and sulfuric acid, are prevalent. Therefore, this nickel-based alloy has been used for decades in the aerospace and defence industries. It has outstanding strength and corrosion resistance, as well as great toughness.

It also has excellent corrosion resistance properties and is a type of alloy steel that is used for a variety of applications, including aircraft, aerospace components, nuclear plants, and many more. Moreover, the Hastelloy C22 alloy bar stock is a type of steel alloy that can be used to manufacture many kinds of components for many years. It has excellent corrosion resistance c22 steel properties, as well as high strength at cryogenic temperatures. It has been used in part manufacture for many years.

What Is Alloy C22 Rod ?

This alloy has a higher resistance to pitting, crevice corrosion and stress corrosion cracking than other nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloys. Due to its resistance to grain boundary precipitates in the weld-heat affected zone, it can be used as-welded. As a result of its resistance to both reducing and oxidising media, C-22 can be used in situations where "upset" conditions may occur as it is extremely resistant to both. There have been numerous applications of this alloy as a consumable filler wire and electrode.

 A useful filler wire in many applications, it has been found to be effective as a filler wire used when other corrosion-resistant wires failed due to its excellent weldability and high corrosion resistance.

Alloy C22 Rod

Since this alloy is ductile, it is readily cold worked and cold forming is the preferred method of forming the alloy. The stiffness of the alloy requires more energy to cold form it, thus it is easier to cold-work it. According to the Olsen cup depth for a 0.28" thick sheet in heat-treated conditions of 2050°F and rapidly quenched, the average depth in heat-treated conditions of 0.49" is 0.28".

Hastelloy Uns N06022 Round Bar Uses

ASTM B574 Hastelloy C22 Round Bar is used in many industries and sectors, including:

  • The automotive industry manufactures nuts, bolts, and shafts used in agriculture
  • Arms and ammunition are made from railway engines and coaches
  • Manufacturing gears, bearings, and hinges for electric pumps and motors
  • In order to manufacture cold-headed components, conveyor shafts are manufactured
  • Industries centered around textiles and heavy engineering

What Is B574 N06022 Hex Bar?

Applications at temperatures over 600° F are conducted with Hastelloy C276 Hex Bars. Besides being resistant to fluorine, Hastelloy C22 Hexagonal Bars can also be used for alkalis and neutral salt solutions, as well as organic acids, and in tanks producing fluorine and reacting with hydrocarbons (CFC).

N06022 Hex Bar

Due to the added geometrical strength of Hastelloy C276 Hex Bars, they are mostly used in structural applications. As specified by ASTM B574, the material is sized 5 mm to 500 mm and diameters range from 0.1 mm to 100 mm. Dimensions comply with EN, DIN, JIS, ASTM, BS, ASME, and AISI specifications.

For the purpose of further discussing the technical aspect of our product, our Hastelloy Hollow Bars have been drilled (machined) using wall depths of the material having dimensions equivalent to those of the matching pipe and are drilled with a similar diameter.