AMS 5732 Specification A286 Nickel Based Stainless Steel
Steel, Corrosion and Heat Resistant, Steel Bars, Steel Wire, Steel Forgings, Steel Tubing, and Steel Rings 15Cr 25.5Ni 1.2Mo 2.1Ti 0.006B 0.30V, Consumable Electrode Melted, 1800ºF (980ºC) Solution and Precipitation Heat Treated
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AMS 5732 Specification A286 Stainless Steel, commonly referred to as AMS 5732 or simply A286, is a high-strength, corrosion-resistant iron-based alloy. This alloy is known for its remarkable properties, which include excellent high-temperature strength and oxidation resistance. A286 stainless steel is primarily composed of iron, nickel, and chromium, along with smaller amounts of titanium, molybdenum, and vanadium. This unique composition provides a combination of high tensile strength and toughness, even at temperatures up to 1300°F (700°C). The presence of nickel and chromium in A286 also contributes significantly to its corrosion resistance, making it an ideal choice for demanding applications in harsh environments.
The AMS 5732 specification ensures that A286 stainless steel meets stringent quality and performance standards. This specification includes detailed requirements for the alloy’s chemical composition, mechanical properties, and heat treatment processes. The alloy’s unique properties make it suitable for a variety of industrial applications, particularly where high strength and corrosion resistance at elevated temperatures are essential.
Applications of AMS 5732 Specification A286 Stainless Steel:
- Aerospace components, such as jet engine parts, turbine blades, and exhaust parts.
- Fasteners and hardware, including bolts, nuts, and screws, used in high-temperature environments.
- Automotive parts, especially in high-performance vehicles where durability and heat resistance are critical.
- Industrial furnace and boiler components, due to its excellent resistance to oxidation at high temperatures.
- Petrochemical and oil & gas industries, for use in piping, valves, and flanges exposed to corrosive environments.
- Power generation equipment, including turbine components and superheater elements.