Nimonic 263 is a nickel-chromium-cobalt-molybdenum alloy capable of being precipitation-hardened and generally used in high temperature and high strength applications.
The alloy can be machined using traditional methods and it is easily formed thanks to its excellent ductility.
Nimonic 263 is stronger than regular steel and can be solution annealed 2100°F, then swiftly cooled by using the water quench method.
Nimonic 263 features excellent fabrication characteristics in the annealed condition, in addition to good strength, making it perfect for use in gas turbine hot section components.
|AMS 5872 is an age-hardenable nickel-cobalt chromium-molybdenum alloy known for being easy to form and weld.
|AMS 5966 is generally used for applications up to about 1650°F (900°C).