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Haynes 214 is a Nickel-Chromium-Aluminium-Iron alloy which is principally intended for use at temperatures of 955oC (1750oF) and above. It exhibits resistance to oxidation that far exceeds virtually all conventional heat resistant wrought alloys at these temperatures.
Haynes 214 is also known as Cabot 214 and Hastelloy 214.
|Chemical Composition||Specifications||Designations||Key Features||Typical Applications|
|Resistance to oxidation that far exceeds most heat resistant alloys at temperatures of 955ºC (1750ºF) and above.
High temperature static applications **
Trays and fixtures for the firing of pottery and china, and the heat treatment of electronic devices and technical grade ceramics.
|Density||8.05 g/cm³||0.291 lb/in³|
|Coefficient of Expansion||13.3 μm/m °C (20 – 100°C)||7.4 x 10-6 in/in °F (70 – 212°F)|
|Modulus of Rigidity||84 kN/mm²||12183 ksi|
|Modulus of Elasticity||217 kN/mm²||31474 ksi|
|Heat Treatment of Finished Parts|
|Condition as supplied by Alloy Wire||Type||Temperature||Time (Hr)||Cooling|
|Annealed or Spring Temper||Stress Relieve||400 – 450||750 – 840||2||Air|
|Condition||Approx. tensile strength||Approx. operating temperature depending on load** and environment|
|Annealed||900 – 1200||131 – 174||-200 to +1100||-330 to +2010|
|Spring Temper||1300 – 1700||189 – 247||-200 to +1100||-330 to +2010|
The above tensile strength ranges are typical. If you require different please ask.
* Trade name of Haynes International
** Static applications = still/fixed/motionless/rigid