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CASE

2226-1
CASES OF ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL CODE

Approval Date: May 2, 2000


See Numeric Index for expiration
and any reaffirmation dates.

Case 2226-1 TABLE 1


Ni-Cr-Mo Alloy UNS N06022 for Code PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Construction for Temperatures up to 1250F Fittings SB-366
Section I Forgings SB-564
Bar SB-574
Sheet, plate, and strip SB-575
Welded pipe SB-619
Inquiry: May solution annealed nickel-chromium-mo- Seamless pipe and tube SB-622
lybdenum alloy UNS N06022 for the products listed Welded tube SB-626
in Table 1 be used in welded construction under the
rules of Section I up to 1250F?
TABLE 2
Reply: It is the opinion of the Committee that the
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE
material described in the Inquiry may be used in the
STRESS VALUES
welded construction under the rules of Section I for
temperatures up to 1250F provided that the following For Metal Temperature Allowable Stress Values,
Not Exceeding, F Max., ksi
additional requirements are met.
(a) The maximum allowable stress values for the 20100 28.6 28.6
material shall be those given in Table 2. 200 28.6 26.7
300 28.2 [Note (2)] 24.6
(b) The P-Number for this alloy is 44. 400 27.2 [Note (2)] 22.9
(c) For welded products, the allowable stresses shown 500 26.5 [Note (2)] 21.5
in Table 2 shall be multiplied by 0.85. 600 26.0 [Note (2)] 20.4
(d) The y values (see Section I, para. PG-27.4, Note 650 25.8 [Note (2)] 20.0
700 25.6 [Note (2)] 19.6
6) shall be as follows: 750 25.4 [Note (2)] 19.3
800 25.3 [Note (2)] 19.0
1050F and below 0.4
850 25.1 [Note (2)] 18.8
1100F 0.5
900 24.9 [Note (2)] 18.6
1150F 0.7
950 24.7 [Note (2)] 18.5
1200F 0.7
1000 [Note (1)] 24.4 [Note (2)] 18.3
1250F 0.7
1050 [Note (1)] 23.0 [Note (2)] 18.2
1100 [Note (1)] 17.5 17.5
(e) This Case number shall be shown on the Manufac- 1150 [Note (1)] 12.7 12.7
turers Data Report. 1200 [Note (1)] 9.6 9.6
1250 [Note (1)] 7.6 7.6
CAUTIONARY NOTE: Austenitic alloys are subject to stress corro-
sion cracking, intergranular attack, pitting, and crevice corrosion GENERAL NOTE:
when used in boiler applications in aqueous environments. Factors The revised criterion of 3.5 on tensile strength was used in establishing
that affect the susceptibility of these materials are applied or residual these values.
stress, water chemistry and deposition of solids, and material condi- NOTES:
tion. Susceptibility to attack is enhanced when the material is used (1) Alloy N06022 in the solution annealed condition is subject to
in the sensitized condition, or with residual cold work. Concentration severe loss of impact properties at room temperature after
of corrosive agents (e.g., chlorides, caustic or reduced sulfur species) exposure in the range of 1000F to 1250F.
can occur under deposits formed on the surface of these materials, (2) Due to the relatively low yield strength of these materials, these
and can result in severe underdeposit wastage or cracking. For higher stress values were established at temperatures where the
successful operation in water environments, careful attention must short-time tensile properties govern to permit the use of these
be paid to continuous control of water chemistry. alloys where slightly greater deformation is acceptable. These
higher stress values exceed 6623%, but do not exceed 90% of
the yield strength at temperature. Use of these stresses may result
in dimensional changes due to permanent strain. These stress
values are not recommended for the flanges of gasketed joints.

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