ASP is pleased to announce the expansion of our high alloy base. In addition to our A-20 products we are adding the following:
|Type 321 is essentially type 304 with addition of titanium that stabilizes carbides against sensitization. This stabilized grade is more resistant to sensitization by welding or by long-term exposure at temperatures 0f 800 to 1500F, and the stabilized grades are the preferred materials when service involves exposure at these temperatures.|
|AL6XN, although classified as nickel-base alloy by the UNS system, is part of the "superaustenitic" category of stainless steels. The superaustenitic alloys were developed for improved resistance to chloride corrosion.|
|Nickel and nickel alloys are used for a wide variety of applications, most of which involve corrosion resistance and/or heat resistance. Monel 400 exceeds nickel in resistance to sulfuric and hydrofluoric acids and to brine. Handling of waters, including seawater and brackish water, is a major area of application. Monel is immune to chloride-ion SCC, which often is a factor in its selection.|
|Significant additions of molybdenum make Hastelloy C276 highly resistant to pitting. This alloy retains high strength and oxidation resistance at elevated temperatures, and has a high resistance to a wide variety of aqueous corrodents.|
2M, 3M, 6M, 9M threaded and socket-weld forged / bar stock fittings are available from stock and / or quick turnaround requirements.