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Properties of Cobalt Alloys

Cobalt alloys are a brilliant material with properties that bring great benefits.

For example, cobalt alloys have good magnetic properties, corrosion properties and excellent strength at elevated temperatures.

These revert alloys are often found with the presence of Cr, W and Molybdenum that allow the alloy to form metal carbides that give the material its unique properties.

William Rowland Revert Alloys source, sort and process a multitude of cobalt alloys such as Satellites, AlNiCo’s and CoFe’s.

We offer revert in many forms, some of which include plate, cast, sheet, blades, vanes, and bar ends.

COBALT & COBALT-BASED ALLOYS

Using cobalt as their principal element, cobalt-based alloys combine materials such as tungsten, chromium, and molybdenum. Cobalt alloys are used in a wide-range of industries thanks to their unique properties such as high strength and toughness.

WHERE ARE COBALT ALLOYS USED?

Cobalt alloys are used in manufacturing industries where high-stress materials are essential. These industries include civil aerospace, defence, energy, automotive, electric vehicles, additive manufacturing, petrochemical, and electronics.    

HOW STRONG ARE COBALT ALLOYS?

The strength of cobalt alloys can vary depending on the specific alloy and the specific application. Cobalt alloys are generally known for their high strength and toughness, which makes them suitable for use in high-stress environments.

For example, cobalt-based superalloys such as Haynes have a high strength-to-weight ratio and are known for their excellent fatigue resistance. These properties make them ideal for use in the aerospace industry, where high strength and toughness are important.

Other cobalt alloys, such as Stellite, are known for their excellent wear resistance and corrosion resistance. These properties make them suitable for use in applications where these characteristics are important, such as in the manufacturing of cutting tools and wear-resistant components.

In general, cobalt alloys are considered to be strong materials that are suitable for use in a wide range of applications where high strength and toughness are important.

DISCOVER THE EXTENSIVE PROPERTIES OF COBALT ALLOYS

Cobalt-based alloys are used in a wide range of applications, including aerospace, power generation, and the medical industry. They are also commonly used in the manufacturing of cutting tools and wear-resistant components.

Cobalt alloys are a brilliant material with properties that bring great benefits.

For example, cobalt alloys have good magnetic properties, corrosion properties and excellent strength at elevated temperatures.

These alloys are often found with the presence of Cr, W and Molybdenum that allow the alloy to form metal carbides that give the material its unique properties.

William Rowland Revert Alloys source, sort and process a multitude of cobalt alloys such as Stellites, AlNiCo’s and CoFe’s.

We offer revert in many forms, some of which include plate, cast, sheet, blades, vanes, and bar ends.

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Cobalt & Cobalt-Based Alloys

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Our alloyed revert is processed to size, and we offer our materials with a full certificate of analysis to meet our customer's specifications. Both vacuum prepared and air melt solids and turnings are offered.

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Medical prosthesis, Oil & Gas, Engineering, Other hard facing industries

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