A286 stainless steel is also considered to be an aesthetically pleasing stainless steel.
A286 stainless steel is also considered to be an aesthetically pleasing stainless steel. Plus, with its high strength and corrosion resistance, it can withstand temperatures as high as 1310 degrees Fahrenheit and oxidation resistance as high as 1800 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Thin-walled sections should be targeted when welding this nickel-based metal instead of thick-walled sections. Heavy sections of A286 alloy are more prone to hot cracking, so thin-walled sections are preferred over thicker sections. Fusion technicians are well-versed in the skills and knowledge required to work with A286 Nickle and are familiar with the complexities of welding it.
For the oil and gas industry and the manufacture of jet engines and turbine components such as blades, wheels, afterburn parts, flange nuts and bolts, and wheels, this metal is ideal. It is also used in the aerospace industry.
Elongation at break
Reduction of area
1370 – 1430 °C