1. Stellite 7, 8, 21, 37, 208, 250 and 251
Reinforced with elements such as molybdenum, nickel and niobium, these seven alloys are all low carbon alloys. Although their room temperature hardness is low, it will be improved after cooling, and it has extremely high temperature corrosion resistance, thermal shock resistance, high temperature strength and best ductility. Commonly used in gas turbine blades, brass molds and extrusion dies, Stellite 208 is specifically designed for forging dies, Stellite 250 and 251 are used exclusively for various parts in the furnace.
2.Stellite Alloy 6 , 306, 506
These alloys have moderate carbon content (0.5%~1.6%) and are less ductile than stellite 7, 8 and 31. They are generally 1% at room temperature and have a slightly higher hardness (HRC 43), but they have good wear resistance and high temperature resistance. These alloys are used as castings and also have thermal shock resistance. Therefore, they can not only be used as sealing surfaces for steam valves and chemical valves but also parts for contact with hot steel and hot scissors. Stellite 306 is a cobalt-based tube wire commonly used to repair hard-faced coatings on parts subject to thermal shock and mechanical shock. Stellite 506 is also a cobalt-based tube filament with the same hardness as the stellite 6.
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