230 Plate & Sheet

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Delivering exceptional strength at high temperatures, Haynes 230© plate alloys are a popular alternative to stainless steel and nickel-based alloys plates and sheet. 230 is composed of nickel, chromium, tungsten and molybdenum, and is trusted by the power, aerospace, chemical processing and industrial heating industries, among others.

230 Specifications

A complete source for all of your alloy requirements, Altemp Alloys, Inc. carries alloy 230 in the following specifications:

SheetAMS 5878ASTM-B-435B50TF246Quote
PlateAMS 5878ASTM-B-435B50TF246Quote
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Enduring temperatures as high as 2100°F (1149° C), 230 plate are ideal for:

  • Aerospace & power plant applications 
  • Furnace components 
  • Heat treat baskets 
  • Expansion bellows 
  • Gas turbine engine combustors 
  • Catalyst grids & baskets for nitric acid 

Key Features

Perfect for the industrial-use temperature range, Alloy 230 plates are not embrittled by long-term thermal exposure. Additional features and characteristics include:

  •  High-temp strength & thermal stability
  • Resistance to oxidation & nitriding
  • Exceptional longevity in the most extreme environments 
  • Superior forming & welding characteristics 
  • Low cycle fatigue at elevated temperatures
  • ASME Vessel Code-approved design

Chemical Composition of 230 Alloys

The composition of 230© is as follows:

  • Nickel: 57 percent (as balance)
  • Cobalt: 5 percent (maximum)
  • Iron: 3 percent (maximum)
  • Chromium: 22 percent
  • Tungsten: 14 percent
  • Molybdenum: 2 percent
  • Manganese: 0.5 percent
  • Silicon: 0.4 percent
  • Aluminum: 0.3 percent
  • Carbon: 0.10 percent
  • Lanthanum: 0.02 percent
  • Boron: 0.015 (maximum)

Supplying exotic and high-performance alloys to suit your project-specific requirements, Altemp Alloys has earned an industry-leading reputation for market knowledge and client-focused service. In addition to stocking AMS 5878 and Alloy 230 sheets and plates, our team provides in­ house cutting, machining and precision shearing. To request pricing for your 230 alloy order, inquire about other alloy specialties, or speak with an Altemp Alloys representative, call 888.658.3614 or connect online today.

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