Alloys: Operating Temperature Range for Industrial Applications

Alloy Engineering was founded in 1943 to supply quality alloy fabrications for high‐temperature industrial applications. Since then, Alloy Engineering has built a reputation for our ability to design and fabricate application-specific, cost-effective equipment for use up to 2200°F and even higher, in certain situations.

The chart below provides a materials creep stress at various temperatures between 900°F - 2200°F.  The chart shows the stress in a material that will cause a 1% permanent deformation of the material if it is exposed to that stress for 10,000 hours.  Alloy Engineering uses this information as a basis for much of our design work. For example, if we’re working with stainless steel and want to know how much stronger various alloys will be at a given temperature, the data from this chart helps us identify that information.

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