NIMONIC 80A is a wrought, age-hardenable nickel-chromium alloy, strengthened by additions of titanium, aluminum and carbon, developed for service at temperatures up to 815°C (1500°F). It is produced by high-frequency melting and casting in air for forms to be extruded.
NIMONIC alloy 80A is currently used for gas turbine components (blades, rings and discs), bolts, nuclear boiler tube supports, die casting inserts and cores, and for automobile exhaust valves.
Alloy 90 is a wrought nickel-chromium-cobalt base alloy strengthened by additions of titanium and aluminum. It has been developed as an age-hardenable creepresisting alloy for service at temperatures up to 920°C(1688°F).
The alloy is used for turbine blades, discs, forgings, ring sections and hot-working tools
Nimonic 75 is a nickel-chromium alloy with good mechanical properties and oxidation resistance at high temperatures. Nimonic 75 is most commonly used for sheet metal fabrications which require oxidation and scaling resistance together with medium strength at high operating temperatures.
Nimonic 75 is also used in gas turbine engines, for components of industrial furnaces, for heat treating equipment and fixtures, and in nuclear engineering.
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