718 Stainless Steel. The 718 steel is nickel-based is a super alloy that has been designed for a range of applications, particularly ones that require high strength in temperature ranges from cryogenic up to 1400°F. Its composition allows for age hardening that lends itself to welding and annealing without spontaneous hardening during...
high temperature steel 718 plate - urbanalchemiststore 718 Stainless Steel Sheet, Plate, and Round Bar. The 718 steel is nickel-based is a super alloy that has been designed for a range of applications, particularly ones that require high strength in temperature ranges from cryogenic up to 1400°F.
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718 - Rolled Alloys, Inc.Inconel 718 is a high strength nickel base superalloy used for cryogenic temperatures up to long term service at 1200°F. The alloy is readily fabricated and Properties of Inconlel 718. Inconel 718 is a nickel-based super alloy that is well suited for applications requiring high strength in temperature ranges from cryogenic up to 1400°F. Inconel 718 also exhibits excellent tensile and impact strength.
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HAYNES® 718 alloy has very good forming and welding characteristics. It may be hot-worked at temperatures in the range of about 1700-2100°F (925-1150°C) provided the entire piece is soaked for a time sufficient to bring it uniformly to temperature. Initial break-