High Temperature Resistant
MIL-S-16598 MIL-I-23011 CL 7
Alloy 36 (UNS K93600) is an austenitic binary iron-nickel alloy with a particularly low coefficient of expansion. Control of carbon and manganese contents as well as impurities is important. Alloy 36 is ferromagnetic at temperatures below the Curie temperature and non-magnetic at temperatures above. Cold deformation reduces the thermal expansion. A 3-step ageing treatment stabilizes the coefficient of expansion within a selected temperature range. Alloy 36 typical applications are: Manufacturing, storage and transport of liquefied gases, Components for OLED screens, Measuring and control devices for temperatures below 200 °C , e.g. for thermostats x Bushings for screw or rivet joints between various metals, Bi-metal components and thermostatic bi-metals, where Alloy 36 is the passive component x Forms for the production of carbon-fiber reinforced plastic (CFP), especially for the aerospace industry, Frameworks for electronic control units in satellites and space travel down to -200 °C, Support elements for electro-magnetic lenses in laser control units , Pendulum, Components for the automotive industry, Overhead power lines in an alloyed, age-hardenable variant. Alloy 36 is available at CHUN & VOLLERIN in these formats: Bars, Plates.
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