Nickel Alloy C-276 and Hastelloy® C-276, normally called UNS N10276, is mostly thought of the foremost versatile corrosion resistant alloy out there, comprised of nickel, molybdenum, chromium, iron and wolfram. These components combined results outstanding corrosion resistant properties significantly crevice and roughness, with its use in a very broad vary of corrosive environments. It displays tremendous resistance to several acids, together with chemical element, acetic, phosphoric, formic, nitric, hydrochloric, and hydrofluoric compounds, that is why it's thus fashionable in chemical and food process environments together with sturdy oxidizers.
Nickel Alloy C-276 could be a fairly traditional alloy within the sense that it may be impact extruded, cast and hot upset cast by typical means that. it's sensible machineability because it may be with success press fashioned, spun, punched or deep-drawn; but it will have an inclination to figure harden as is true of the nickel base alloys normally. It may be welded by all common strategies like gas metal-arc, resistance fastening, gas tungsten-arc or protected metal-arc. Applying minimum heat input combined with adequate penetration will scale back hot cracking to avoid the chance of carburization. 2 strategies that aren't suggested are submerged arc fastening and oxyacetylene fastening once the element is to be utilized in a corrosive setting. A fastening advantage of metal C-276 is that it may be utilized in the “as-welded” condition while not more heat treatment for many corrosive applications.
Industries that use C-276 include:
Pulp and Paper
Waste treatment facilities
Products partly or utterly created of C-276 include:
Acoustic pressure sensors
Desulfurization of flue gas instrumentation
Process engineering probes
Secondary containment chambers