The management team at Rexton Sheet & Alloys, which is widely recognized as the most experienced and professional team worldwide, is proud to provide A286 sheets & plates of superior quality at affordable prices. The plates and sheets made of A286 superalloy are, in essence, a material that has a long history of being utilized in a wide variety of industrial applications according to the requirements. The more significant number of features and qualities it has makes its application easier to understand and manage.
About A286 sheets and plates: A286 sheets and plates are essentially a super alloy consisting of various alloys, including steel, nickel, and titanium. It is an alloy that may harden with age and is composed of iron-based superalloys.
Because of its great strength and ability to function in temperatures ranging from -320 to 1000 degrees Fahrenheit, it has, remarkably, been put to use in a wide variety of applications. Temperatures as high as 1300 and 1500 degrees Fahrenheit may be reached in such a short amount of time. Maximum and continuous oxidation resistance is achieved at a temperature of up to 900 degrees Celsius (1500 degrees Fahrenheit). Temperatures in the region of 1800 degrees Fahrenheit might be reached on an erratic basis.
The percentages of chromium, titanium, and nickel in their make up are 13.50%, 1.90%, and 24%, correspondingly.
Due to the product's exceptional performance in tensile testing at extreme temperatures, it is suitable for heat treatment at a temperature of 1500 degrees Fahrenheit. Because it is treated with a solution at a temperature of 1650 degrees Fahrenheit, it is sometimes dependable for a two-cycle treatment. Our trained specialists and professionals determine the correct density proportion to the melting range.
The company's sheets and plates greatly resist an environment with a temperature range of 1150 degrees Celsius. When the temperature is high enough, a layer of extremely adhesive, elastic, and very thin oxide develops. It is well known that this layer provides adequate protection when subjected to cyclic circumstances.
Because it has excellent mechanical properties, it may be treated by precipitation hardening and solution annealing without losing its suitability. When heated to a high temperature, the sheets and plates made of alloy provide exceptional oxidation resistance. As a result, it enhances the material's stress rupture and creeping properties while simultaneously reducing its strength. Sheets and plates can be ordered in any size, thickness, or standard the customer requires.
Compared to austenitic stainless steel, the product exhibits higher resistance to the aqueous solution due to its unique composition. When exposed to extreme temperatures, the corrosion resistance can withstand most situations and performs very well at 1300 degrees Fahrenheit. In addition, the performance may be maintained in settings that call for oxidation resistance even when the temperature is at 1500 degrees Fahrenheit.
Stainless steel alloys have been a well-known and widely used material for many decades, and their use continues to improve the efficiency of industrial processes. Customers are provided with a product that is both universal and cost-effective.
Because it has a high concentration of nickel and chromium, it can keep the strength required to withstand temperatures far higher than normal. Testing occurs after the material has been formed into sheets and plates according to the specified specification. Testing is highly significant since it enables professionals to determine whether or not a product's production meets the required standards or has high-quality characteristics.
After going through processes such as flattening and flaring, as well as micro and macro testing, it is then carefully packaged utilizing hardwood pallets and cases.
|Specification||ASTM A286 / ASME SA286|
|Width||1000mm / 1219mm /1250mm / 1500mm / 2000mm|
|Thickness||Ranging from 0.3mm to 20mm|
|Length||2000 mm / 2440 mm / 2500 mm / 3000 mm / 6000 mm.|
|Hardness||As per ASME A & NACE MR 175|
|Finish||Hot rolled plate (HR), Cold rolled sheet (CR)|
|A286||0.08 max||2 max||1 max||0.025 max||1 max||0.50 max||24 - 27||13.5 - 16||0.025 max||0.10 - 0.50||0.35 max||0.003 - 0.010|
|Density||Melting Point||Tensile Strength||Yield Strength (0.2%Offset)||Elongation|
|7.92 g/cm3||2500-2600°F (1370-1430°C)||90,000 psi (620MPa)||40,000 psi (275 Mpa)||40 %|
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