Phone Number

Request a Quote

Datasheets header

Alloy Data Sheets

Stainless Steel Alloy Data Sheets

Stainless steel is the common name for a number of different alloys used in corrosive environments. Stainless is used to keep food surfaces and medical devices safe of microbes as it is self repairing with its chromium oxide film. Stainless uses chromium as the unifying ingredient, but the addition of additional alloys such as nickel, nitrogen and molybdenum create different molecular structures for varying applications.

The five classifications of stainless alloys are austenitic, ferritic, martinsitic and precipitation hardening and duplex grades.



201 Stainless

204cu Stainless

301 Stainless

301si Stainless

302 Stainless

302HQ Stainless

303 Stainless

303se Stainless

304 Stainless

304V Stainless

304L Stainless

305 Stainless

309 Stainless

310 Stainless

310s Stainless

316 Stainless

316L Stainless

316Ti Stainless

317 Stainless

317L Stainless

321 Stainless

330 Stainless

347 Stainless

Nitronic 30

Nitronic 32

Nitronic 60


410 Stainless

420 Stainless

420lc Stainless

440A Stainless

Custom 450

Custom 455


416 Stainless

430 Stainless

430Li Stainless

434 Stainless

436 Stainless

444 Stainless

PH Grades

17-7PH® Stainless

17-4PH® Stainless

PH 15-7Mo®

Carpenter ®20 CB

A286 Stainless

AM 350® Stainless

Duplex Grades

Duplex 2304

Duplex 2205

Duplex 2507


Nickel Alloy Data Sheets

Nickel Alloys are named for the significant amount of nickel used as it's unifying or principal ingredient. Nickel alloys were developed for use in highly corrosive environments or for use in high temperature environments (or both). The addition of other alloys such as Molybdenum, Chromium and Iron modify the alloys for uses.

Nichrome 80/20

Nickel 200

Nickel 201

Nickel 270

Permanickel 300

Monel® 400

Monel® 401

Monel® K-500

Inconel® 600

Inconel® 601

Inconel® 617

Inconel® 625'

Inconel® 702


Inconel® X-750

Incoloy® 800

Incoloy® 825

Ni-Span C® 902

Hastelloy® B-2

Hastelloy® B-3

Hastelloy® C-276

Hastelloy® C-22

Hastelloy® C-4

Hastelloy® G-3

Hastelloy® G-30

Hastelloy® X

Haynes® 214

Haynes® 230

Haynes® 242

Haynes® 282

Haynes® HR-120


Titanium Data Sheets

Titanium is produced as commercially pure or alloyed. Titanium is light weight, corrosion resistant and able to withstand extreme temperatures. Commercially pure titanium is generally used for orthopedic implants while the alloys are commonly produced with the addition of vanadium or aluminum for applications such as aerospace or sports equipment.

Titanium Alloys

Ti 3-2.5 (Grade 9)

Ti 15-3-3-3

Ti Beta 21 S (Grade 21)

Ti 6Al-4V (Grade 5)

Ti 6-2-4-2 S


Titanium Grade 1

Titanium Grade 2

Titanium Grade 3

Titanium Grade 4

Cobalt Data Sheets

Cobalt Alloys are also sometimes referred to as "super alloys". Cobalt alloys perform well in corrosive environments and high temperatures while retaining strength. It is also used when wear resistance is required. Typical uses for Cobalt Alloys are jet engines, turbines and dental implants.


Haynes® 25 L-605

Haynes® 263




Controlled Thermal Expansion Alloys

Alloy 29-17 Kovar

Alloy 36

Alloy 42

Alloy 42-6

Alloy 46

Alloy 52



Nitinol Data Sheets

Nitinol is a shape-memory alloy. This nickel-titanium alloy “remembers” its original, cold-forged shape: returning the pre-deformed shape by heating. Shape-memory alloys have applications in industries including medical and aerospace



Niobium Data Sheets

Pure niobium is a nuclear 'reactor grade' with a high melting point. It is extremely corrosion resistant and is also use in medical and high temperature industrial applications.

Niobium Type 1

Niobium Type 2

Refractory Alloys





Zirconium Data Sheets

Zirconium has superior corrosion resistance and high heat transfer efficiency. In addition it has good ductility, formability and strength comparable with common engineering alloys.

Zirconium 702