Super High Temperature Alloy - Alloy 602CA: Excellent Stability at Extreme Temperatures

602CA is a super high-temperature alloy characterized by excellent oxidation resistance and stable high-temperature performance. It is widely used in aerospace, heat treatment, and industrial furnaces, especially in applications where extreme temperatures and corrosive environments are required, up to a maximum of 1,200°C. It is also used as an alloy in the manufacture of high-temperature alloys, and is used in the manufacture of high-temperature alloys for the manufacture of high-temperature alloys.


Material features:

1. Excellent high-temperature creep performance values, high temperature resistance than alloy 601 material strong.
2. Very high hardness, the port is very easy to crack.
3. Not only under cycling conditions, it also has excellent oxidation resistance at high temperatures, up to 1200 ° C, better than other nickel-based alloys on the market today.
4. Very good corrosion resistance in carburizing and oxidizing/chlorinating media.

Mechanical Properties:

Tensile strength
675
N/mm²
Yield strength 0.2%
270
≥ N/mm²
Elongation
30
≥ %
Hardness HB30
-
≤HB


Chemical Composition:

Chemical Composition
C
%
Si
≤%
Mn
≤%
P
≤%
S
≤%
0.15-0.25
0.5
0.5
0.02
0.01
Cr
%
Ni
%
Ti
≤%
Cu
%
Al
%
24.0-26.0
Rest
0.10-0.20
≤0.10
1.80-2.40
Zr
%
Fe
%
Y
%
0.01-0.10
8.00-11.0
0.05-0.12


Physical Properties:

Physical Properties
  Density
   g/cm²
Specific heat capacity
             J/kg K
     Thermal conductivtty
              W/m K
   Electrical resistvity
          Ω mm²/m
     7.9
              450
                11.3
               1.15


Applications of Alloy 602CA:

Heat Treat Industry: Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) furnacees, vacuum furnace fixtures, furnace rolls, bell furnaces, bright annealing muffles, accessories and transport hooks for eenameling furnaces, transport rollers for ceramic kilns, wire conveyor belts, anchor pins for refractories, bar frame baskets, burner components, serpentine grids and other furnace accessories.
Calciners: Rotary kilns for calcining and production of high purity alumina, calcining of chromic iron ores to produce ferro-chrome, cobalt, copper and nickel oxide calciner, reclamation of spent nickel catalysts from petrochemical industries.
Chemical/Petrochemical:
  • Production of hydrogen via a new steam reformer technology
  • Production of phenol from benzene via a new and cheaper process
  • Pig Tails in refinery reformers
  • By-pass ducts in waste heat boilers in ammonia and methanol synthesis
Automotive - catalytic support systems, glow plugs, exhaust gas flaps
Vitrification of nuclear waste
Direct reduced iron ore technology to produce sponge iron

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