Materials

Electralloy specializes in the manufacture of stainless steel, nickel alloys, copper-nickel alloys and high temperature alloys in the form of ingot, billet, slabs, bar, plate, coil rod, weld wire and remelt pigs. Nitronic® grades include: Nitronic® 30, Nitronic® 32, Nitronic® 33, Nitronic® 40, Nitronic® 50, Nitronic® 50HS, and Nitronic® 60.

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Austenitic, Martensitic, Ferritic & PH
Austenitic, Martensitic, Ferritic & PH
Austenitic Stainless Steels - Because of the presence of alloying elements such as manganese, nickel and chromium, shows stability of austenite at normal temperatures. They have excellent ductility and formability, excellent corrosion resistance and good weldability.

Austenitic grades normally produced by Electralloy:

303* 347/347H
304/304H 904L
304/304L* 926MO
309 C20 Plus
309S F-44
310 Nitronic® 30
310S Nitronic® 32
316/316L* Nitronic® 33
317L Nitronic® 40
321 Nitronic® 50
321/321H Nitronic® 50 HS
330 Nitronic® 60
347 *SPEED-E-MAC®


Martensitic/Ferritic Stainless Steels - These are chromium stainless steels with a variety of carbon levels. They work hardenable.

13Cr4NI 422
403 430
405 440C
410 EC125
416 F6NM
420  


Precipitation Hardening Stainless Steel - Hardenable by heat treatment at relatively low temperatures that prevent scaling and distortion of the steel.

15-517-4
16-5A-286
16-6EC450
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Duplex & Nitronic®
Duplex & Nitronic®
Duplex Stainless Steels - Stainless steel comprised of austenitic and ferritic stainless steels that contain high amounts of chromium and nickel. This combination is stronger than both of the individual stainless steels. Duplex stainless steels are highly resistant to corrosion and cracking.

2205 (UNS S31803)F-51 (UNS S31803)
EC255 (UNS S32550)UNS EC32750 (F-53)
EC25540 (ES225 High Pren.)

Nitronic® Family of Alloys - Nitrogen-strengthened austenitic stainless steels that possess superior corrosion resistance, as well as roughly twice the yield strength at room temperature.

Nitronic® 30 Nitronic® 50
Nitronic® 32 Nitronic® 50 HS
Nitronic® 33 Nitronic® 60
Nitronic® 40  
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Alloy, Structural, Low Expansion
Alloy, Structural, Low Expansion
Alloy Steel - Greater strength, hardness, hot hardness, wear resistance, hardenability, or toughness compared to carbon steel.

300M9Cr1Mo
4340P9
9310


Structural Alloys - These are alloys designed for strength.

HY80HY100HY130


Low Expansion Alloys - Designed to have specific coefficients of expansion.

E-36E-42
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Nickel/High Temp. & Copper/Nickel
Nickel/High Temp. & Copper/Nickel
Nickel Alloys/High Temperature Alloys - Metal produced for high-performance, high-temperature applications such as nickel-iron-chrome alloys and nickel-chrome-iron alloys.

EC200 EC625
EC201 EC800/H/AT
EC276 EC825
EC400 ECHX
EC600 ECK500
EC601 TOOLWARE 718®


Copper Nickel Alloy - Copper based alloys that have outstanding resistance to corrosion, particularly sea water.

C71500 (EC70/30)70600 (EC90/10)

Utilizing heats sizes of 40,000 to 60,000 pounds, Electralloy has the capability to produce tailored grades and sizes that large mills frequently ignore.

A wide variety of mold sizes permit the production of ingots for wrought alloys from 13 sq. x 1,900 pounds to 70" round x 63,500 pounds and electrodes from 14" round x 4,800 pounds to 39" round x 60,000 pounds. Master alloy material is produced in either 15 pound pigs or cut weight mults from round molds.

Over the years, Electralloy has produced thousands of standard, modified and proprietary grades for investment casting, forging, extrusion and ring rolling, Electralloy can and has produced a full range of austenitic, martensitic and ferritic stainless steels, duplex stainless steels and precipitation hardened stainless steel and the Nitronic® family of steels.  Electralloy can also produce a wide range of alloy steels, structural, low expansion, nickel alloys, copper-nickel alloys and high temperature alloys.

Many grades can be produced AOD, AOD+ESR,  AOD+VAR,  AOD+VAR+VAR, AOD+ESR+VAR. The method of manufacture is dependent on application, specification and critical customer requirements.