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          • 800-HPALLOY
          • 1985 E 500 N Windfall, IN 46076
            444 Wilson St Tipton, IN 46072
            Post Office Box 40 Tipton, IN 46072
            tel:8004725569

          HAYNES 25 (L605, Stellite 25, UNS R30605)
          AMS 5759, AMS 5537, UNS R30605

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          Co Base, Ni 10.0, Cr 20.0, W 15.00, Mn 1.5, C 0.33, Si 0.40, Fe 3.00, S 0.030, P 0.040


          High Performance Alloys stocks and produces HAYNES 25 (L605) in this grade in the following forms: Bar, wire spools, wire cuts, sheet/plate, strip, tube. Request quote on this grade.

           

          Features

          • Outstanding high temperature strength
          • Oxidation resistant to 1800° F
          • Galling resistant
          • Resistant to marine environments, acids and body fluids

           

          Properties

          HAYNES 25 (L605) is a non-magnetic cobalt based superalloy. HAYNES 25 (L605) maintains good strength upto 2150°F. AMS 5759 requires minimum yield strength of 45,000 psi at room temperature. HAYNES 25 (L605) maintains good oxidation resistance up to 1900° F. HAYNES 25 (L605) has a unique ability to resist corrosion in very severe environments. Highly resistant to hydrochloric acid, nitric acid and wet chlorine (subject to need for exercising care in its selection at certain con¬centrations and temperatures)


          Applications

          • Gas turbine engine combustion chambers and afterburners
          • High temperature ball bearings and bearing races
          • Springs
          • Heart valves

           

           

          Chemistry

          Chemical Requirements

          Ni

          Cr

          Mn

          Si

          Fe

          S

          Co

          Max

          11.00

          21.00

          2.00

          0.40

          3.00

          0.030

          Bal

          Min

          9.00

          19.00

          1.00



          Tensile Data

          Mechanical Property Requirements

          Ultimate Tensile

          Yield Strength (0.2% OS)

          Elong. in 4D %

          R/A

          Hardness

          Min

          125 Ksi

          45.0 KSi

          30

          Max

          Min

          862 Mpa

          310 MPa

          Max


          Specifications

          Form

          Standard

          Metal Type

          UNS R30605

          Bar

          AMS 5759 ASTM F90 GE B50T26A

          Cold Worked Bars

          MCI 1031 GPS 2051

          Wire

          Sheet

          AMS 5537

          Plate

          AMS 5537

          Foil

          AMS 5537

          Fitting

           

          Welding Tube

          GE B50T26A

          Forging

          AMS 5759

          Weld Wire

          AMS 5759

          Weld Electrode

           

          Din

          2.4964

           


          Hardenability

          HAYNES 25 (L605) hardness is typically 250 BHN and never higher than 275 BHN by specification. Not significantly hardenable. Does not respond to customary aging treatments, but strain aging at relatively low temperatures (700-1100° F) can improve creep and rupture strength when the alloy is in service at temperatures under 1300° F. Also, tensile and creep strength can be improved by cold working. HAYNES 25 (L605) is an austenitic alloy.


           

          Performance Profile

          Alloy L605 is the strongest of the formable cobalt alloys, useful for continuous service to 1800°F. Because of long and widespread use, this alloy has been the subject of many investigations to determine its properties over a wide range of conditions, thus making it an unusually well characterized material. Alloy L-605 is also known as alloy 25.

          When exposed for prolonged periods at intermediate temperatures, alloy L-605 exhibits a loss of room temperature ductility in much the same fashion as other super alloys, such as X or 625.

          Alloy L-605 is welded using gas tungsten arc, gas metal arc, shielded metal arc, electron beam and resistance welding. Submerged arc welding is not recommended. Use good joint fit-up, minimum restraint, low inter-pass temperature and cool rapidly from welding. For maximum ductility fabricated components should be annealed 2150-2250°F, rapid cool.


          Corrosion Resistance

          HAYNES 25 (L605) resistance to high temperature oxidation and carburization is good. The alloy, while not primarily intended for aqueous corrosion, is also resistant to corrosion by acids such as hydrochloric and nitric acid, as well as being resistant to wet chlorine solutions.

          Density: 0.330 lbs./cubic inch


          Machinability

          RATING: 15% of B-1112
          TYPICAL STOCK REMOVAL RATE: 25 surface feet/minute with high speed tools, 70 surface feet/minute with carbide.

          COMMENTS:
          All customary machining operations are easily performed. M40 series high-speed tools are customarily used. M2 alloy and carbide tools have limited application and are not recom¬mended for end milling, drilling or tapping. Sulphur chlorinated, water-based cutting fluids work successfully when machining this alloy


          COLD-WORKED PROPERTIES

          Cobalt Alloy L605 has excellent strength and hardness characteristics in the cold-worked condition. These high property levels are also evident at elevated temperature, making Alloy L605 quite suitable for applications such as ball bearings and bearing races. A modest additional increase in hardness and strength can be achieved through aging of the cold-worked material.

          TYPICAL TENSILE PROPERTIES, COLD-WORKED SHEET*
          Cold
          Reduction
          Test
          Temperature
          Ultimate
          Tensile Strengtd
          0.2% Yield
          Strengtd
          Elongation
          In 2 in. (51mm)
          %
          °F °C Ksi MPa Ksi MPa
          10

          70
          1000
          1200
          1400
          1600
          1800

          20
          540
          650
          760
          870
          980

          155
          114
          115
          87
          62
          39

          1070
          785
          795
          600
          425
          270

          105
          78
          80
          67
          47
          27

          725
          540
          550
          460
          325
          185

          41
          48
          37
          8
          13
          15

          15

          70
          1000
          1200
          1400
          1600
          1800

          20
          540
          650
          760
          870
          980

          166
          134
          129
          104
          70
          40

          1145
          925
          890
          715
          485
          275

          124
          107
          111
          86
          52
          30

          855
          740
          765
          595
          360
          205

          30
          29
          15
          5
          9
          5

          20

          70
          1000
          1200
          1400
          1800

          20
          540
          650
          760
          980

          183
          156
          137
          107
          41

          1260
          1075
          945
          740
          285

          141
          133
          120
          96
          30

          970
          915
          825
          660
          205

          19
          18
          2
          3
          4

          *Limited data for cold-rolled 0.050-inch (1.3 mm) thick sheet

           

           

          TYPICAL HARDNESS AT 70°F (20°C), COLD-WORKED AND AGED SHEET*
          Cold-Work
          %
          Hardness, Rockwell C, After Indicated Level of
          Cold Work and Subsequent Aging Treatment
          None 900°F(480°C)
          5 Hours
          1100°F (595°C)
          5 Hours
          None
          5
          10
          15
          20
          24
          31
          37
          40
          44
          25
          33
          39
          44
          44
          25
          31
          39
          43
          47

          *Limited data for cold-rolled 0.070-inch (1.8 mm) thick sheet.

           

           

          TYPICAL TENSILE PROPETYPICAL TENSILE PROPERTIES, COLD-WORKED AND AGED SHEET*RTIES, COLD-WORKED SHEET*
          Condition Test
          Temperature
          Ultimate
          Tensile Strength
          0.2% Yield
          Strength
          Elongation
          In 2 in. (51mm)
          %
          °F °C Ksi MPa Ksi MPa
          15% CW
          + Age A

          70
          1200

          20
          650

          168
          128

          1160
          885

          136
          104

          940
          715

          31
          23

          20% CW
          + Age A

          70
          1000
          1200
          1400
          1600
          1800

          20
          540
          650
          760
          870
          980

          181
          151
          144
          108
          74
          43

          1250
          1040
          995
          745
          510
          295

          152
          129
          128
          97
          59
          33

          1050
          890
          885
          670
          405
          230

          17
          19
          8
          2
          6
          5

           

          70
          600
          1000
          1200
          1400
          1600
          1800

          20
          315
          540
          650
          760
          870
          980

          191
          165
          149
          140
          116
          71
          42

          1315
          1140
          1025
          965
          800
          490
          290

          162
          132
          124
          119
          92
          50
          31

          1115
          910
          855
          820
          635
          345
          215

          19
          28
          23
          13
          7
          9
          12

          *Limited data for cold-rolled 0.050-inch (1.3 mm) thick sheet.
          Age A = 700°F (370°C)/1 hour
          Age B = 1100°F (595°C)/2 hours

           


          IMPACT STRENGTH PROPERTIES, PLATE.
          Test
          Temperature
          Typical Charpy V-Notch
          Impact Resistance
          °F(°C) Ft.-lbs. Joules
          -321 (-196)
          -216 (-138)
          -108 (-78)
          -20 (-29)
          Room
          500 (260)
          1000 (540)
          1200 (650)
          1400 (760)
          1600 (870)
          1800 (980)
          109
          134
          156
          179
          193
          219
          201
          170
          143
          120
          106
          148
          182
          212
          243
          262
          297
          273
          230
          194
          163
          144

          THERMAL STABILITY

          When exposed for prolonged periods at intermediate temperatures, Cobalt Alloy L605 exhibits a loss of room temperature ductility in much the same fashion as some other solid-solution-strengthened super alloys, such as HASTELLOY® ALLOY X OR INCONEL® ALLOY 625. This behavior occurs as a consequence of the precipitation of deleterious phases. In the case of Alloy L605, the phase in question is CO2W laves phase. HAYNES alloy 188 is significantly better in this regard than Alloy L605.

          ROOM-TEMPERATURE PROPERTIES OF SHEET AFTER THERMAL EXPOSURE*
          Exposure
          Temperature
          °F(°C)
          Hours Ultimate
          Tensile Strength
          0.2% Yield
          Strength
          Elongation
          %
          Ksi MPa Ksi MPa
          None 0 135.0 930 66.8 460 48.7
          1200 (650) 500
          1000
          2500
          123.6
          140.0
          130.7
          850
          965
          900
          70.3
          92.3
          95.1
          485
          635
          655
          39.2
          24.8
          12.0
          1400 (760) 100 115.3 795 68.9 475 18.1
          1600 (870) 100
          500
          1000
          113.6
          126.1
          142.0
          785
          870
          980
          72.1
          77.3
          81.7
          495
          535
          565
          9.1
          3.5
          5.0

          *Composite of multiple sheet lot tests.

           

           

          TYPICAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
            Temp.,°F British
          Units
          Temp.,°C metric
          Units
          Density
          Melting Range
          Room 0.330 lb/in3 Room 1.93 G/cm3
          2425-2570     1330-1410    
          Electrical
          Resistivity
          Room
          200
          400
          600
          800
          1000
          1200
          1400
          1600
          1800
          34.9
          35.9
          37.6
          38.5
          39.1
          40.4
          41.8
          42.3
          40.6
          37.7
          µohm-in
          µohm-in
          µohm-in
          µohm-in
          µohm-in
          µohm-in
          µohm-in
          µohm-in
          µohm-in
          µohm-in
          Room
          100
          200
          300
          400
          500
          600
          700
          800
          900
          1000
          88.6
          91.8
          95.6
          97.6
          98.5
          100.8
          104.3
          106.6
          107.8
          101.1
          95.0
          µohm-cm
          µohm-cm
          µohm-cm
          µohm-cm
          µohm-cm
          µohm-cm
          µohm-cm
          µohm-cm
          µohm-cm
          µohm-cm
          µohm-cm


          Thermal
          Conductivity
          Room
          200
          400
          600
          800
          1000
          1200
          1400
          1600
          1800
          65
          75
          90
          105
          120
          135
          150
          165
          182
          200
          BTU-in/ft2 hr-°F
          BTU-in/ft2 hr-°F
          BTU-in/ft2 hr-°F
          BTU-in/ft2 hr-°F
          BTU-in/ft2 hr-°F
          BTU-in/ft2 hr-°F
          BTU-in/ft2 hr-°F
          BTU-in/ft2 hr-°F
          BTU-in/ft2 hr-°F
          BTU-in/ft2 hr-°F
          Room
          100
          200
          300
          400
          500
          600
          700
          800
          900
          1000
          9.4
          10.9
          12.9
          14.8
          16.8
          18.7
          20.7
          22.6
          24.7
          26.9
          29.2
          W/m-K
          W/m-K
          W/m-K
          W/m-K
          W/m-K
          W/m-K
          W/m-K
          W/m-K
          W/m-K
          W/m-K
          W/m-K

          TYPICAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES (continued)
            Temp., ° F British Units Temp., ° C Metric Units
          Mean Coefficient of
          Thermal Expansion
          70-200
          70-400
          70-600
          70-800
          70-1000
          70-1200
          70-1400
          70-1600
          70-1800
          70-2000
          6.8 microinches/in- ° F
          7.2 microinches/in- ° F
          7.6 microinches/in- ° F
          7.8 microinches/in- ° F
          8.0 microinches/in- ° F
          8.2 microinches/in- ° F
          8.6 microinches/in- ° F
          9.1 microinches/in- ° F
          9.4 microinches/in- ° F
          9.8 microinches/in- ° F
          25-100
          25-200
          25-300
          25-400
          25-500
          25-600
          25-700
          25-800
          25-900
          25-1000
          25-1100
          12.3 µm/m- ° C
          12.9 µm/m- ° C
          13.6 µm/m- ° C
          14.0 µm/m- ° C
          14.3 µm/m- ° C
          14.6 µm/m- ° C
          15.1 µm/m- ° C
          15.8µm/m- ° C
          16.5 µm/m- ° C
          17.0 µm/m- ° C
          17.6 µm/m- ° C

           

           

          DYNAMIC MODULUS OF ELASTICITY
          Temp., ° F Dynamic
          Modulus of
          Elasticity,
          10 6 psi
          Temp., ° C Dynamic
          Modulus of
          Elasticity,
          GPa
          Room
          200
          400
          600
          800
          1000
          1200
          1400
          1600
          1800
          32.6
          32.3
          31.0
          29.4
          28.3
          26.9
          25.8
          24.3
          22.8
          21.4
          Room
          100
          200
          300
          400
          500
          600
          700
          800
          900
          1000
          225
          222
          214
          204
          197
          188
          181
          174
          163
          154
          146

          METAL-TO-METAL GALLING RESISTANCE

          Cobalt Alloy L605 exhibits excellent resistance to metal galling. Wear results shown below were generated for standard matching material room-temperature pin on disc tests. Wear depths are given as a function of applied load. The results indicate that Alloy L605 is superior in galling resistance to many materials, and is surpassed only by ULTIMETTM alloy and HAYNES alloy 6B. Both of these materials were specifically designed to have excellent wear resistance.

            Room-Temperature Wear Depth For Various Applied Loads
          3,000 lbs. (1.365 Kg) 6,000 lbs. (2,725 Kg) 9,000 lbs. (4,090 Kg)
          Material mils µm mils µm mils µm
          alloy 6B 0.02 0.6 0.03 0.7 0.02 0.5
          ULTIMET alloy 0.11 2.9 0.11 2.7 0.08 2.0
          Alloy L605 0.23 5.9 0.17 4.2 0.17 4.2
          Alloy 188 1.54 39.2 3.83 97.3 3.65 92.6
          HR-160™ alloy 1.73 43.9 4.33 109.9 3.81 96.8
          214™ alloy 2.32 59.0 3.96 100.5 5.55 141.0
          556™ alloy 3.72 94.4 5.02 127.6 5.48 139.3
          230™ alloy 4.44 112.7 7.71 195.8 8.48 215.5
          HR-120™ alloy 6.15 156.2 7.05 179.0 10.01 254.2

           

          HIGH-TEMPERATURE HARDNESS PROPERTIES

          The following are results from standard vacuum furnace hot hardness tests. Values are given in originally measured DPC (Vickers) units and conversions to Rockwell C/B scale in parentheses.

           

            Vickers Diamond Pyramid Hardness (Rockwell C/B Hardness)
          70°F (20°C) 800°F (425°C) 1000°F (540°C) 1200°F (650°C) 1400°F ( 760°C)
          Solution Treated 251 (RC22) 171 (RB87) 160 (RB83) 150 (RB80) 134 (RB74)
          15% Cold Work 348 (RC22) 254 (RC23) 234 (RC97) 218 (RC95) --
          20% Cold Work 401 (RC35) 318 (RC32) 284 (RC27) 268 (RC25) --
          25% Cold Work 482 (RC48) 318 (RC32) 300 (RC30) 286 (RC28) --

          AQUEOUS CORROSION RESISTANCE

          HAYNES 25 (L605) was not designed for resistance to corrosive aqueous media. Representative average corrosion data are given for comparison. For applications requiring corrosion resistance in aqueous environments, ULTIMET alloy and HASTELLOY® corrosion-resistant alloys should be considered.

            Average corrosion Rate, mils per year (mm per year)
          1% HCl (Boiling) 10% H2SO4 (Boiling) 65% HNO3(Boiling)
          C-22™ alloy 3 (0.08) 12 (0.30) 134 (3.40)
          Alloy L605 226 (5.74) 131 (3.33) 31 (0.79)
          Type 316L 524 (13.31) 1868 (47.45) 9 (0.23)

          OXIDATION RESISTANCE

          Cobalt Alloy L605 exhibits good resistance to both air and combustion gas oxidizing environments, and can be used for long-term continuous exposure at temperatures up to 1800°F (980°C). For exposures of short duration, Alloy L605 can be used at higher temperatures.

            COMPARATIVE BURNER RIG OXIDATION RESISTANCE 1000-HOUR EXPOSURE AT 1800°F (980°C)
          Metal
          Loss
          Average
          Metal Affected
          Maximum
          Metal Affected
          Material mils µm mils µm mils µm
          230 alloy 0.8 20 2.8 71 3.5 89
          HAYNES alloy 188 1.1 28 3.5 89 4.2 107
          HASTELLOY® alloy X 2.7 69 5.6 142 6.4 153
          Alloy 625 4.9 124 7.1 180 7.6 193
          Alloy L605 6.2 157 8.3 211 8.7 221
          Alloy 617 2.7 69 9.8 249 10.7 272
          Alloy 800H 12.3 312 14.5 368 15.3 389
          Type 310 Stainless Steel 13.7 348 16.2 411 16.5 419
          Alloy 600 12.3 312 14.4 366 17.8 452

          Oxidation Test Parameters

          Burner rig oxidation tests were conducted by exposing samples 3/8 in. x 2.5 in. x thickness (9 mm x 64 mm x thickness), in a rotating holder, to products of combustion of No. 2 fuel oil burned at a ratio of air to fuel of about 50:1. (Gas velocity was about 0.3 mach). Samples were automatically removed from the gas stream every 30 minutes and fan-cooled to near ambient temperature and then reinserted into the flame tunnel.

            COMPARATIVE OXIDATION RESISTANCE IN FLOWING AIR*
          1800°F (980°C) 2000°F (1095°C) 2100°F (1150°C)
          Material mils µm mils µm mils µm
          HAYNES alloy 188 0.6 15 1.3 33 8.0 203
          230 Alloy 0.7 18 1.3 33 3.4 86
          Alloy L605 0.7 18 10.2 259 19.2 488
          Alloy 625 0.7 18 4.8 122 18.2 462
          Alloy X 0.9 23 2.7 69 5.8 147
          Alloy 617 1.3 33 1.8 46 3.4 86

          *Flowing air at a velocity of 7.0 ft./min. (213.4 cm/min.) past the samples. Samples cycled to room temperature once a week.
          **Metal Loss + Average Internal Penetration.

           

          Machining

          Machinability Ratings

           

          The alloys described here work harden rapidly during machining and require more power to cut than do the plain carbon steels. The metal is ‘gummy,’ with chips that tend to be stringy and tough. Machine tools should be rigid and used to no more than 75% of their rated capacity. Both work piece and tool should be held rigidly; tool overhang should be minimized. Rigidity is particularly important when machining titanium, as titanium has a much lower modulus of elasticity than either steel or nickel alloys. Slender work pieces of titanium tend to deflect under tool pressures causing chatter, tool rubbing and tolerance problems.
          Make sure that tools are always sharp. Change to sharpened tools at regular intervals rather than out of necessity. Titanium chips in particular tend to gall and weld to the tool cutting edges, speeding up tool wear and failure. Remember- cutting edges, particularly throw-away inserts, are expendable. Don't trade dollars in machine time for pennies in tool cost.

          Feed rate should be high enough to ensure that the tool cutting edge is getting under the previous cut thus avoiding work-hardened zones. Slow speeds are generally required with heavy cuts. Sulfur chlorinated petroleum oil lubricants are suggested for all alloys but titanium. Such lubricants may be thinned with paraffin oil for finish cuts at higher speeds. The tool should not ride on the work piece as this will work harden the material and result in early tool dulling or breakage. Use an air jet directed on the tool when dry cutting, to significantly increase tool life.

          Lubricants or cutting fluids for titanium should be carefully selected. Do not use fluids containing chlorine or other halogens (fluorine, bromine or iodine), in order to avoid risk of corrosion problems. The following speeds are for single point turning operations using high speed steel tools. This information is provided as a guide to relative machinability, higher speeds are used with carbide tooling.

          Material Speed
          Surface ft/mm
          Speed
          %B1112
          AISI B1112 165 100
          Rne 41 12 7
          25 (L-605) 15 9
          188 15 9
          N-155 20 12
          Waspaloy 20 12
          718 20 12
          825 20 12
          X 20 12
          RA333 20-25 12-15
          A-286 30 18
          RA330 30-45 18-27
          HR-120TM 30-50 18-30
          Ti 6A1-4V
          - soln annealed
          - aged

          30-40
          15-45

          18-30
          9-27
          RA 353 MA~ 40-60 25-35
          20Cb-3~ 65 40
          AL6xN~ 65 40
          RA309 70 42
          RA310 70 42
          304 75 45
          321 75 45
          446 75 45
          Greek Ascoloy Annealed 90 55
          Hardened Rc35 50 30
          303 100 60
          416 145 88
          17-4 PH
          - soln treated
          - aged Hi 025

          75
          60

          45
          36

           

          RA330 TM and RA333 TM are Registered Trademarks of Rolled Alloys
          353 MA TM is a Registered Trademark of Avesta Sheffield
          20Cb-3 TM is a Registered Trademark of Carpenter Technology
          HR-120TM is a Trademark of Haynes International
          INCONEL TM is a Trademark of Special Metals



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