Strip, Coil, Foil and Wire, ASTM F1684
Standards of length, measuring devices, laser components, bi-metal, thermostat strip, piping for storing and transporting liquefied gases
Alloy 36 is a nickel-iron alloy containing 36% nickel. It maintains constant dimensions over the range of normal atmospheric conditions. The alloy has a low coefficient of thermal expansion up to 500 °F (260 °C).
Carbon: 0.10 max
Silicon: 0.350 max
Manganese: 0.60 max
Cobalt: 1.00 max
Chromium: 0.50 max
Phosphorus: 0.025 max
Sulfur: 0.025 max
Molybdenum: 0.50 max
Copper: 0.50 max
Density: 0.293 lb/in3, 8.11 g/cm3
Thermal Conductivity: BTU-in/hr-ft2-°F (W/m•K)
At 68 °F (20 °C): 69.3 (10.0)
Electrical Resistivity: ohm-cir-mil/ft, microhm-cm:
At 68 °F (20 °C): 481 (80)
At 212 °F (100 °C): 517 (89)
At 392 °F (200 °C): 583 (97)
At 572 °F (300 °C): 632 (105)
At 752 °F (400 °C): 668 (111)
At 932 °F (500 °C): 704 (117)
At 1112 °F (600 °C): 728 (121)
Mean Coefficient of Thermal Expansion: µin/in-°F (µm/m-°C): Annealed
-328 -68 °F (-200 -20 °C): 0.8 (1.5)
-148 - 68 °F (-100 - 20 °C): 0.7 (1.3)
68 - 212 °F (20 - 100 °C): 0.8 (1.5)
68 - 302 °F (20 - 150 °C): 1.1 (2.0)
68 - 392 °F (20 - 200 °C): 1.4 (2.6)
68 - 482 °F (20 - 250 °C): 1.9 (3.5)
68 - 572 °F (20 - 300 °C): 3.1 (5.5)
68 - 662 °F (20 - 350 °C): 4.0 (7 .2)
68 - 752 °F (20 - 400 °C): 4. 7 (8.4)
68 - 842 °F (20 - 450 °C): 5.2 (9.3)
68 - 932 °F (20 - 500 °C): 5.6 (10.1)
Modulus of Elasticity: KSI (MPa)
20.3 x 103 (140 x 103) in tension
Melting Range: 2605 °F (1430 °C)
Coil - Sheet, Strip, Ribbon
Wire - Profile, Round, Flats, Square
Mechanical Properties at Room Temperature
Properties: Annealed Typical
Ultimate Tensile Strength: 71 KSI nom (490 MPa nom)
Yield Strength: 35 KSI nom (241 MPa nom)
Elongation: 42% nom
Alloy 36 can be cold worked to various tempers. Contact Ulbrich Technical Service for additional information.
Refer to NACE (National Associate of Corrosion Engineers) for recommendations.
#1 - Hot rolled annealed and descaled. It is available in strip, foil and ribbon. It is used for applications where a smooth decorative finish is not required.
#2D - Dull finish produced by cold rolling, annealing and descaling. Used for deep drawn parts and those parts that need to retain lubricants in the forming process.
#2B - Smooth finish produced by cold rolling, annealing and descaling. A light cold rolling pass is added after anneal with polished rolls giving it a brighter finish than 2D.
#BA- Bright annealed cold rolled and bright annealed
#CBA- Course bright annealed cold rolled matte finish and bright anneal
#2 - Cold Rolled
#2BA- Smooth finish produced by cold rolling and bright annealing. A light pass using highly polished rolls produces a glossy finish. A 2BA finish may be used for lightly formed applications where a glossy finish is desired in the formed part.
Polished - Various grit finish for specific polish finished requirements.
* Not all finishes are available for all alloys - Consult Sales for applicable finishes.
XC - Extra clean. Bright annealed or bright annealed and cold rolled
Grease - Ultra bright finish for decorative applications
Soap - Soap is not removed from tempered wire to act as a lubricant.
* Contact Ulbrich Wire with special finish requests.
Alloy 36 is non hardenable by heat treatment.
For best results refer to: SSINA's "Welding of Stainless Steels and Other Joining Methods".
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