HIGH-TEMPERATURE ALLOYS

HASTELLOY® X ALLOY
A nickel-base alloy with an exceptional combination of oxidation resistance, fabricability and high-temperature strength.

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Principal Features Creep and Stress-Rupture Strength Tensile Properties Physical Properties Oxidation Carburization Health and Safety Sales Office Addresses 3 4 6 10 14 15 15 16

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covered electrodes. SB-622 and SB-626 under UNS Number N06002.6 C 0. 1600°F (650. can be cold worked. strip. X alloy can be welded by both manual and automatic methods including shielded metal arc (covered electrodes). Heat-Treatment Wrought forms of HASTELLOY X alloy are furnished in the solution heat-treated condition unless otherwise specified. please contact one of the locations shown on the back cover of this brochure and ask for bulletin H-1034. sheet. billet. spray bars and flame holders as well as in afterburners. Furnace rolls of this alloy were still in good condition after operating for 8. muffles. It has also been found to be exceptionally resistant to stress-corrosion cracking in petrochemical applications. because of its good ductility. HASTELLOY X alloy is also used in the chemical process industry for retorts. tailpipes and cabin heaters. reducing and neutral atmospheres.5 W 0. SB-619.700 hours at 2150°F (1177°C). tubing for pyrolysis operations and flash drier components. Useful for Aircraft. It can be forged and. zone components such as transition ducts. strip. Bright annealed products are cooled in hydrogen. It is recommended for use in industrial furnace applications because it has unusual resistant to oxidizing. X alloy exhibits good ductility after prolonged exposure at temperatures of 1200. wire. combustor cans. ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code HASTELLOY X alloy plate.PRINCIPAL FEATURES Strong and Oxidation Resistance HASTELLOY ® X alloy is a nickel-chromium-iron-molybdenum alloy that possesses an exceptional combination of oxidation resistance. X alloy is solution heat-treated at 2150°F (1177°C) and rapid cooled. gas tungsten arc (TIG) and gas metal arc (MIG). bar. Weight Percent Ni 47a a Cr 22 Fe 18 Mo 9 Co 1. Furnace and Chemical Process Components X alloy has wide use in gas turbine engines for combustion Nominal Chemical Composition. The alloy can also be resistance welded. sheet. 760 and 870°C) for 16. 1400. bar. pipe and tubing. fabricability and high-temperature strength. furnace baffles.008* As balance *Maximum 3 HASTELLOY® X Alloy . Easily Fabricated HASTELLOY X alloy has excellent forming and welding characteristics. Available in Convenient Forms HASTELLOY X alloy is available in the form of plate. Specifications For information on specifications to which this alloy can be ordered. SB-572.10 Mn 1* Si 1* B 0. catalyst support grids.000 hours. tubing and pipe are covered by ASME specifications SB-435.

1** 2.9 (303) (134) (63) (26) (6) * Solution heat-treated.2 7.1 (121) (145) (155) (45) (62) (74) (21) (25) (30) (6) (7) (8) 6.8 3.0 2.0 2. Based on over 100 tests for sheet and over 150 tests for plate and bar.5 1.0 0.5 21. Sheet* Test Temperature °F °C 1200 649 Creep.1 (276) (303) (331) (114) (131) (145) (54) (62) (72) (21) (25) (29) (6) (8) 27.0 16.5 1.0 22.2 1.9 2.0 (214) 14.5 3.7 (101) (50) (19) (5) Average Stress for Indicated Percent/Hour Minimum Creep Rate.5 13.001 0.0 4.0 15.3 (145) (69) (28) (9) 31.0 2.5 1.0 Approximate Initial Stress.2 3.0 33.0 0. ** Extrapolated HASTELLOY® X Alloy 4 .3 0.000 Hours 40.5 19. Ksi (MPa) 0.0 10.2 (186) (207) (227) (72) (90) (103) (34) (42) (50) (12) (13) (15) 17.1 44.7 1.0 2.0 0.6 4.01 21. Ksi (MPa) to Produce Specified Creep in: 10 Hours 100 Hours 1.1 3.8 1.0 0.0 (97) 6.2 2.0 1.5 1.0 10.2 (15) - 0.5 1.0 7. Average Creep Data.7 0.0 10.0 21.3 - 1400 760 (43) (52) (14) (16) 1600 871 1800 982 2000 1093 * Solution heat-treated.1 3.5 9.7 7.0 10.2 0.0 48.000 Hours 10.7 0.0 2.8 9. Sheet* Test Temperature °F °C 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 649 760 871 982 1093 0.0 44.0 19.0001 14.9 6. Based on over 100 tests.CREEP AND STRESS-RUPTURE STRENGTH Minimum Creep Rate Data.2 (43) 2.0 30.6 2.1 1. Percent 0.5 9.0 4.1 7.5 6.6 4.9 1.

0 22.0 12.0 7.0 1.0 5.0 14.0 64.0 10.000 Hours 10.5** (79) 5.0 5.0 6.000 Hours 48.2 1.5 2.0 15.0 4.9 25.0 15.0 7.5 4.0 27.0** 0.3** (234) (124) (69) (32) (17) (7) (2) 24. ** Extrapolated 5 HASTELLOY® X Alloy .0 1.0 19.1 (35) 6.000 Hours 10.0 34.8** (19) 1.9 0.2 1.5 7.0 32.0 17.0 12.000 Hours 10. Average Rupture Data.0 29.0 Approximate Initial Stress.4 1.Average Creep Data.0 1.0 10.8 2.0 5.8 6.5 (17) 2.6 (234) (77) (28) (8) (4) 24.0 (151) (200) (89) (113) (50) (62) (25) (28) (11) (14) 15 (103) 20** (138) 9 (62) 11.5 2.0 18.4 (165) (86) (47) (21) (10) * Solution heat-treated.0 3.4 13. Based on over 100 tests for sheet and over 150 tests for plate and bar.4 6.0 21.3 9. Plate and Bar*** Test Temperature °F °C 1200 1350 1500 1650 1800 649 732 816 899 982 Creep.5 6.000 Hours 48.2 (170) (77) (28) (8) 649 760 871 982 1093 Solution heat-treated.4 (462) (221) (117) (45) (17) Approximate Rupture Life Strength for Time Indicated.6 3.0 10.2 (331) (155) (73) (26) (8) 34.7 2.0** (7) - ** Extrapolated *** Solution heat-treated.5 10.000 Hours 47.1 0. Ksi (MPa) 100 Hours 1. Based on over 90 tests for 1.0 24.3 (220) (296) (131) (165) (71) (89) (37) (46) (17) (22) 22.0 1.8 3.7 (496) (248) (145) (83) (48) (26) (12) Approximate Rupture Life Strength for Time Indicated.4 (331) (441) (186) (234) (103) (124) (55) (72) (28) (37) 32.7 4.7 (330) (172) (96) (52) (29) (13) (5) 34.7 1.0 5.0 43.0 percent creep.9 11.7 1.1 4. Based on over 100 tests.6 3.2 5.0 8.0 3.0 percent creep and on over 60 tests for 5.0 18.0 1. Plate and Bar* Test Temperature °F °C 1200 1350 1500 1650 1800 1950 2100 649 732 816 899 982 1066 1149 10 Hours 72. Ksi (MPa) 100 Hours 1. Average Rupture Data. Percent 1.0 5.0 13.5 4. Ksi (MPa) to Produce Specified Creep in: 10 Hours 100 Hours 1.0 1.0 16.2** (43) 2.6 2.0 5. Sheet* Test Temperature °F °C 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 * 10 Hours 67.0 36.

005-inch/inch/minute to 0.3 MPa 379 245 244 237 194 91 43 % 44 49 54 53 59 66 60 Condition Bright Annealed at 2150°F (1177°C).8 mm) % 45 Condition Heat-treated at 2150°F (1177°C).060 in.045-0.6 14.2% Offset 2 in.0 * Strain rate was 0.9 25.9 35.8mm) thick * Based on 58-69 tests.2% yield point and 0.0 324 MPa % 46 51 46 Condition Heat-treated at 2150°F (1177°C).2 6.7 743 49. (50.9 MPa 385 Elongation in 2 in.9mm) thick Plate.1 13. Yield Strength at 0. Average Effect of Cryogenic Temperatures on Tensile Properties Test Temperature Form Plate Ultimate Tensile Strength Ksi MPa 150. Rapid Cooled Heat-treated at 2150°F (1177°C).2 67.0 84. (9.6 35. 0.TYPICAL TENSILE PROPERTIES Average Room Temperature Tensile Data* Ultimate Tensile Strength Form Sheet. Hydrogen Cooled °F Room 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 °C 538 649 760 871 982 1093 89.2% Offset 2 in. (1.2% Offset Ksi 55.4 28. Rapid Cooled °F -321 -108 72 °C -196 -78 22 HASTELLOY® X Alloy 6 .2 1036 118. 3/8 to 2 in.5 MPa 755 107.8 mm) Ksi 47.4 34.1 44.3) to 7.1 339 51 Average Tensile Data* Test Temperature Form Sheet 0.5 to 50.5-inch/inch/minute to failure.1-1.8 mm) Ksi 54. (50.312 in.5 mm) thick Ultimate Tensile Strength Ksi 111.5 819 721 Yield Strength Elongation in at 0. (50.8 104.091 to 0.2 MPa 767 614 581 463 310 177 97 Yield Strength Elongation in at 0. (2. Rapid Cooled Ksi 109.

4mm) Plate.125 in.9 113. 0. (3.4mm) Plate.9 53.5mm) Yield Strength at 0.0 137. (9. 0.Average Short-Time Tensile Data.250 in. (3.2mm) Plate.0 72.0 161.7 110.375 in.7 55.250 in. 0. As-Welded Ksi 123.1 55.9 MPa 565 731 945 469 497 482 Form Reduced 5 percent Reduced 15 percent Reduced 30 percent Reduced 5 percent Reduced 15 percent Reduced 30 percent Cold-Reduced and Welded. (6.6 103.0 68.0 137.125 in.1 69. (3.4 59.1 54.5mm) Sheet. 0. Cold-Reduced and Welded 0.4mm) Plate.2 109.375 in.0 114.8mm) Sheet Ultimate Tensile Strength Condition As Cold-Reduced Yield Strength at 0. 0.1 107. (6.2 110.0 381 391 382 407 365 379 366 379 393 Elongation in 2 in. (9.375 in.1 112.2mm) Plate.0 57. All data were obtained at room temperature and are the result of a limited numlber of tests.8 106.2mm) Plate.0 106. 0. (6. Weldments Ultimate Tensile Strength Ksi MPa 110.2% Offset Ksi MPa 55. (9.2% Offset Ksi 82.109 in.8 mm) % 26 26 26 26 25 22 22 33 24 As-Welded Gas Tungsten Arc (TIG) As-Welded Gas Metal Arc (MIG) 7 HASTELLOY® X Alloy .2 107.250 in. 0. 0.8 110. (50. Average Short-Time Tensile Data.125 in. 0.1 53.5mm) Sheet. (2.9 MPa 848 945 1110 792 780 778 NOTE: All cold-reduced sheet and the various weld samples were produced from material which had been solution heat-treated prior to cold reduction or welding.4 760 757 760 759 738 742 715 764 734 Condition As-Welded Weld Method Shielded Metal Arc (covered electrodes) Material Sheet.2 56.

0 820 116.0 848 117.3 48.6 990 129.4 892 129.2 49. 0.3 64.2 61.0 793 111.7 805 113.9 896 129.0 76.7 784 109.Average Aged Tensile Data.1 869 123.9 42.2% Offset Ksi 55.9 1020 148.6 78.0 752 Form Sheet.6 44. SHT=Solution heat-treated (not aged) HASTELLOY® X Alloy 8 .125 in.8 991 147.3 47.7 MPa 381 421 525 542 538 450 443 423 409 369 340 332 318 341 390 506 503 392 392 388 328 310 303 294 Elongation in 2 in.4 837 142.9 813 115.2mm) thick Aging Temperature °F °C SHT 1200 649 Aging Time.0 862 143.5 983 143. Hours 1000 4000 8000 16000 1000 4000 8000 16000 1000 4000 8000 16000 1000 4000 8000 1000 4000 8000 1000 4000 8000 16000 Yield Strength at 0.1 65.0 56. (50.2 78.1 766 109. 1/2 in.0 903 126.5 56.2 891 119.9 56.3 788 125.8 mm) % 57 35 19 19 15 23 18 19 17 26 29 30 29 47 33 18 18 23 21 20 31 28 26 26 1400 760 1600 871 Plate.9 43.1 49. Room Temperature* Ultimate Tensile Strength Ksi MPa 114.9 758 121.7mm) thick SHT 1200 649 1400 760 1600 871 * Test data for each form are from a single heat.6 928 131.2 46.3 61. (12.4 73.5 73.0 1020 137.9 56. (3.3 53.0 945 134.3 59.

9 87.5 783 110.3 49.2 863 105.3 960 131.2 884 127.5 1003 128.8 909 113.0 676 123.0 MPa 752 Yield Strength at 0.9 875 150.0 86.7mm) thick Gas Tungsten Arc 1200 Welded Plate.Average Welded and Aged Tensile Data.6 59.2 62.9 66. (12. Room Temperature* Aging Aging Temperature Time.3 46.8 mm) % 4 7 6 10 7 4 8 13 Reduction of area % 22 33 19 18 19 18 15 15 16 8 8 9 12 6 7 9 11 Form 1600 Plate. 9 HASTELLOY® X Alloy .2% Offset Ksi 47.5 86.7 46.3 MPa 330 455 596 572 401 430 430 343 323 603 593 598 432 418 412 330 319 Elongation in 2 in. °F °C Hours 871 649 8000 1000 4000 8000 1000 4000 8000 4000 8000 1000 4000 8000 1000 4000 8000 1000 8000 Ultimate Tensile Strength Ksi 109.4 878 125. 1/2 in.1 1035 145. 1/2 in.5 82. (12.0 86.7 639 * Test data for each form are from a single heat.8 62.7 674 92.3 726 98.8 640 92. **Single test data.7mm) thick 1400 760 1600 All Weld Metal** 1200 871 649 1400 760 1600 871 126.5 762 97. Gas tungsten arc welded. (50.7 60.9 58.0 848 139.8 48.3 62.

2 10-6 m/m-°C 14.8 W/m-K 22.002 at 200 oersteds (15.123 Btu/lb.5 microinches/in.130 Btu/lb./ft.9 microinches/in./ft.320 2 2 2 2 22 21 93 200 593 704 816 927 Room 93 204 316 427 538 649 760 871 982 1093 25-100 25-200 25-300 25-400 25-500 25-600 25-700 -78 22 118.-°F 98 Btu-in.-°F 189 Btu-in. °F Density Melting Range Electrical Resistivity Thermal Conductivity British Units 0.-°F 7.-°F 0.297 lb/in 3 Temperature.) 63 Btu-in.-°F 0.-°F 7. hr.-°F 0.2 hr.-°F 8.22 g/cm 3 72 2300-2470 72 70 200 500 1100 1300 1500 1700 46.-°F 8.119 Btu/lb.328 0.167 Btu/lb.-°F 0./ft.151 Btu/lb./ft.2 microinches/in.-°F 0.-°F 0.328 0.6 10-6 m/m-°C 0.2 hr.-°F 7. hr.TYPICAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES Temperature.2 hr.1 W/m-K 27. hr.-°F 0.6 microhm-in.900 A/m) HASTELLOY® X Alloy 10 .-°F 0.-°F 0.-°F 0./ft.5 10-6 m/m-°C 13.5 10-6 m/m-°C 15. °C 22 1260-1355 Metric Units 8.5 microinches/in./ft.8 microinches/in.117 Btu/lb.36 microhm-cm 9.-°F 144 Btu-in.118 Btu/lb.-°F 8.1 microinches/in.139 Btu/lb.7 microinches/in.116 Btu/lb.186 Btu/lb.0 W/m-K 14.1 10-6 m/m-°C 15 .8 10-6 m/m-°C 14.-°F 159 Btu-in. hr. mil-ft./ft.-°F 76 Btu-in.2 W/m-K 486 J/Kg-K 490 J/Kg-K 494 J/Kg-K 498 J/Kg-K 515 J/Kg-K 544 J/Kg-K 582 J/Kg-K 632 J/Kg-K 699 J/Kg-K 799 J/Kg-K 858 J/Kg-K 13.0 10-6 m/m-°C 13.205 Btu/lb.-°F 0.-°F 174 Btu-in.-°F 7.1 W/m-K 11. (712 ohms per cir.1 W/m-K 20.9 W/m-K 25.-°F 0.320 Specific Heat Room 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 Mean Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 75 -200 75 -400 75-600 75-800 75 -1000 75-1200 75-14 00 Poisson's Ratio Magnetic Permeability -108 72 Room 1.

5 to 50.090 in.7 25.Dynamic Modulus of Elasticity. 10 6 psi 29. (9. 3/8 to 2 in.8mm) thick Plate. Room Temperature Form Sheet. GPa 205 203 197 192 184 178 170 161 153 141 Average Hardness. Rockwell B 87* 92* 89* Average Hardness. Plate Dynamic Modulus of Elasticity.3 to 7. (0. 11 HASTELLOY® X Alloy .3mm) thick Sheet.3 22. 0.8 26. (2. Rapid Cooled Heat-treated at 2150°F (1177°C).012 to 0.6 27. Welded Sheet Weld Method Shielded Metal Arc (covered electrodes) Gas Tungsten Arc (TIG) Gas Metal Arc (MIG) Test Area Weld area Heat-affected zone Base metal Weld area Heat-affected zone Base metal Weld area Heat-affected zone Base metal Average Hardness.4 Condition Heat-treated at 2150°F (1177°C) Rapid Cooled Temperature. Rockwell B 92 93 91 89 93 91 90 93 91 Note: Sheet was solution heat-treated prior to welding.4 28. Rapid Cooled Average Hardness. Rapid Cooled Heat-treated at 2150°F (1177°C).8 29. °F Room 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 Temperature.091 to 0. 0.2 20.8 24.312 in. °C Room 93 204 316 427 538 649 760 871 982 Dynamic Modulus of Elasticity. Hardness was determined at room temperature in the as-welded condition.8mm) thick * Based on 58-65 tests Condition Heat Treated at 2150°F (1177°C).7 23.30 to 2.

Room Temperature* Aging Temperature °F °C SHT 1200 649 Form Sheet Aging Time.Aged Hardness. Rockwell A 54 56 62 63 62 61 60 61 58 55 54 57 62 63 60 59 58 56 56 54 64 65 63 62 60 60 56 55 54 1400 760 1600 871 Plate SHT 1200 649 1400 760 1600 871 All Weld Metal** 1200 649 1400 760 1600 871 SHT=Solution heat-treated (not aged) * Single tests from a single heat for each form **Gas tungsten arc welded HASTELLOY® X Alloy 12 . Hours 1000 4000 8000 1000 4000 8000 1000 4000 8000 1000 4000 8000 1000 4000 8000 1000 4000 8000 1000 4000 8000 1000 4000 8000 1000 4000 8000 Hardness.

lb. Sheet Condition Heat Treated at 2150°F (1177°C). 95 24 12 15 10 10 8 15 12 15 12 Joules 129 33 16 20 14 14 11 20 16 20 16 1400 760 1000 4000 8000 1600 871 1000 4000 8000 16000 SHT=Solution heat-treated (not aged) * Average of four tests on 1/2-in. mm 0.48 12. Hours 1000 4000 8000 Average Charpy V-Notch Impact Strength ft. Rapid Cooled Typical Olsen cup depth.3 Average Impact Strength. in. 37 44 51 56 54 58 Joules 50 60 69 76 73 79 Average Impact Strength.Formability. Aged Plate* Aging Temperature °F SHT 1200 649 °C Aging Time. Plate Test Temperature Condition Heat-treated at 2150°F (1177°C) Rapid Cooled °F -321 -216 -108 -20 Room 1500 815 °C -196 -157 -78 -29 Average Charpy V-Notch Impact Strength Ft.7mm) plate from a single heat. 13 HASTELLOY® X Alloy . (12.-lb.

Thermal shock frequency was one/hour.OXIDATION RESISTANCE Comparative Static Oxidation Data in Flowing Air for 1008 Hours* 1800°F (980°C) Metal Loss + Metal Loss/side.013 0. 2.29 0.2 3.72 1./sec.1 1. Gas velocity over samples was 13 ft. Mils (mm) Test Temperature °F 1650 1650 Test Period.4 0.038 0.32 0. HASTELLOY® X Alloy 14 . 5. Metal Loss = (A-B)/2 Average Internal Penetration = C Maximum Internal Penetration = D Average Metal Affected = ((A-B)/2) + C Maximum Metal Affected = ((A-B)/2) + D Comparative Average Hot Corrosion Resistance* Total Metal Affected/side.74 0. CIP**/side.033 0. Mils mm Mils mm 0.19 mm 0.5 HAYNES® 188 alloy Mils 2.0 6.008 0.07 0.083 0.19 * Cycled to room temperature once a week **CIP=Continuous Internal Penetration INCONEL is a trademark of Inco Family of Companies Schematic Representation of Metallographic Technique used for Evaluating Oxidation Tests 1.018 0. (4m/s).32 0.90 1.4 0.06 0.3 0.7 °C 900 900 mm 0.05 0.007 0.7 1.041 0.008 0.1 3. 08 0.17 mm 0.023 0.6 4. Mils mm Mils mm 1.5 1.8 HASTELLOY S alloy Mils 2. Hours 200 1000 HASTELLOY® X alloy Mils 3.046 Alloy HASTELLOY ® X alloy INCONEL ® alloy 600 INCONEL alloy 601 Alloy 625 Alloy 800H 2000°F (1095°C) Metal Loss + Metal Loss/side.024 0. 4. CIP**/side.137 2.069 0.8 7.09 * All tests performed by exposure to the combustion products of No.031 0.8 0.53 0.12 0.028 0.7 7.3 5.019 0.4 percent sulfur) and 5 ppm of sea salt.6 2. 2 fuel oil (0.94 0. 3.

and 1. manganese. copper. nickel and tungsten. under certain conditions such as a very confined space. chromium. and federal regulations (such as those issued by OSHA) relative to welding and cutting processes should be considered.0. melting. state. iron. etc. burns.CARBURIZATION RESISTANCE Tests were performed in a carburizing environment with an inlet gas mixture (volume %) of 5. skin rash and effects on other organ systems. nasal and mucous membrane irritation. cobalt. Those in the welding industry. radiation. Inhalation of metal dust or fumes generated from welding. “Safety in Welding and Cutting”. gases. heat. is necessary during welding or cutting operations. or dust that may occur. cobalt. Mechanical ventilation is advisable and. The operation and maintenance of welding and cutting equipment should conform to the provisions of American National Standard (ANSI/AWS Z49.0% H2. Inc. The calculated oxygen potential and carbon activity at 1800°F (980°C) were 9 x 10-22 atm. W = weight of the unexposed specimen (mg) and A = surface area of the specimen exposed to the test environment (cm2). eye injuries. should be aware of the potential hazards associated with welding fumes. C = difference in carbon (weight fraction) before and after exposure. Also. refer to the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available from Haynes International. which was obtained from the equation M = C (W/A) where M = the mass of carbon pickup per unit area (mg/cm2). gases. electric shock.0% CH 4 and the balance argon. in varying concentrations. molybdenum. Comparative Carburization Resistance at 1800°F (980°C) for 55 Hours 6 5 Carbon Pickup Per Unit Area. For specific concentrations of these and other elements present. Nickel-. local. 5. The results are presented in terms of the mass of carbon pickup per unit area. municipal. or both. to prevent possible exposure to hazardous fumes. grinding.0% CO. and iron-base alloy products may contain. Exposure to dust or fumes which may be generated in working with these alloys may also cause eye irritation. respectively. 5. Attention is especially called to Section 4 (Protection of Personnel) and 5 (Health Protection and Ventilation) of ANSI/AWS Z49.1. mg/cm 4 3 2 1 0 214™ X Alloy Alloy Alloy alloy alloy 600 601 617 HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION Welding can be a safe occupation. however. or dross handling of these alloys may cause adverse health effects such as reduced lung function.1. aluminum. cutting. 15 HASTELLOY® X Alloy . the following elemental constituents.

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