Haynes 214® is a nickel-based superalloy with an exceptional oxidation-resistance up to 1260°C. Although Haynes 214® can be age-hardened by a precipitation treatment below 925°C, this alloy was designed for applications in its solution heat-treated state from 980°C. In this temperature range, the alloy has a reasonable strength that is comparable to that of Inconel® 601. In its heat-treated state, Haynes 214® can be formed by cold working. Thermal deformation occurs at temperatures above 1040°C. Additionally, this alloy is weldable although protective measures must be taken when it is clamped. Haynes 214® also has an extraordinary resistance to carburization and high-temperature and chloride containing environments. (UNS N07214)
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Applications of Haynes 214®
Haynes 214® is widely used in industrial heating installations and in specialized applications such as ‘clean firing’ of electronic and ceramic components.