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Alloy X Nickel Sheet, Coil, Bar & Plate - AMS 5536, 5754 UNS N06002


Hastelloy® X is a high temperature and corrosion resistant nickel-based solid solution strengthened alloy. This alloy has outstanding resistance to oxidation at high temperatures and possesses exceptional strength at elevated temperatures. This alloy exhibits good formability, weldability, and machinability.

Alloy X is non-magnetic. It has high strength up to 1500ºF (816˚C) and good oxidation resistance up to 2200ºF (1204˚C). This alloy is especially resistant to carburization and nitriding, conditions which cause failure in some high temperature alloys. It is used extensively in high temperature jet engine and chemical processing applications and is highly resistant to stress corrosion cracking in petrochemical applications. 

Standard Inventory Specifications 

  • UNS N06002
  • AMS 5536
  • AMS 5754
  • ASTM B 435
  • ASTM B 572
  • ASME SB 435
  • EN 2.4665
  • B50A249C
  • B50A436
  • B50A463
  • PWA-LCS
  • GE-S400/1000
  • RR SABRe Edition 2
  • DFARS Compliant

Common Trade Name

  • Inconel HX (® Special Metals )
  • Hastelloy X (® Haynes International)
  • ATI HX (™ Allegheny Technologies)

Common Applications of High Temp Alloy X Nickel

  • Jet engine components
  • Afterburners
  • Tailpipes
  • Gas turbine operations
  • Petro-chemical
  • Structural components
  • Industrial furnace
  • Flash drier components

Inventory Size Range

  • Sheet : 0.020" - 0.130"
  • Bar : 0.250" - 6.500"
  • Plate : 0.1875" - 1.000"

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The technical data provided is for information only and not for design purposes. It is not warranted or guaranteed.

 

Alloy X Chemical Composition

 

Element Percent by Weight
Carbon 0.05 - 0.15
Manganese 1.00 maximum
Phosphorus 0.040 maximum
Sulfur 0.030 maximum
Silicon 1.00 maximum
Chromium 20.50 - 23.00
Nickel Balance
Molybdenum 8.00 - 10.00
Titanium 0.15 maximum
Aluminum 0.50 maximum
Cobalt 0.50 - 2.50
Boron 0.01 maximum
Copper 0.50 maximum
Tungsten 0.20 - 1.00
Iron 17.00 - 20.00

Resistance to Corrosion and Oxidation

Alloy X has good resistance to oxidizing, reducing and neutral atmospheres encountered in furnace and jet engine operations up to 2200°F (1204°C). The alloy develops a protective, tenacious oxide film which does not spall off and, therefore, retains oxidation resistance at high temperatures.

Alloy X Physical Properties

  • Density: 0.297 lb/in3 (8.22 g/cm3
  • Specific Gravity: 8.22
  • Melting Range: 2300 - 2470°F (1260 - 1355°C)
  • Magnetic Permeability: < 1.002

Thermal Conductivity

Temperature Range Coefficients
°C °F W/m·K Btu/(hr/ft²/in/°F)
21 70 9.1 5.23
93 200 11.0 6.33
260 500 14.1 8.17
593 1100 20.8 12.0
704 1300 22.9 13.2
816 1500 25.0 14.5
927 1700 27.2 15.7

Electrical Resistivity

Temperature microhm-cm
°C °F
21 70 115.8
200 392 120
400 752 123
500 1112 127
800 1472 128
1000 1832 129

Alloy X Mechanical Properties

Temperature 0.2% Yield Strength Ultimate Tensile Strength Elongation Percent
°F °C psi MPa psi MPa
-321 -196 - - 150,200 1035 46
-108 -78 - - 118,800 819 51
72 22 47,000 324 104,500 720 46
400 204 48,700 336 103,400 713 41
600 316 42,600 294 100,200 691 40
800 427 43,700 301 99,700 687 44
1000 538 41,500 286 94,000 648 45
1200 649 39,500 272 83,000 472 37
1400 760 37,800 261 63,100 435 37
1600 871 25,700 177 36,500 252 51
1800 982 16,000 110 22,500 155 45
2000 1093 8,000 55 13,000 90 40
2200 1204 3,700 26 5,400 37 31

 


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