|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Kilogram|
|Length||350 mm, 450 mm|
|Size||1 mm, 2.5 mm|
Stellite® cobalt base alloys consist of complex carbides in an alloy matrix. They are resistant to wear, galling and corrosion and retain these properties at high temperatures. Their exceptional wear resistance is due mainly to the unique inherent characteristics of the hard carbide phase dispersed in a CoCr alloy matrix. Stellite® 6 is the most widely used of the wear resistant cobalt based alloys and exhibits good all-round performance. It is regarded as the industry standard for general-purpose wear resistance applications, has excellent resistance to many forms of mechanical and chemical degradation over a wide temperature range, and retains a reasonable level of hardness up to 500°C (930°F). It also has good resistance to impact and cavitation erosion. Stellite® 6 is ideally suited to a variety of hardfacing processes and can be turned with carbide tooling. Examples include valve seats and gates; pump shafts and bearings, erosion shields and rolling couples. It is often used self-mated. Corrosion Resistance The typical electrode potential in sea water at room temperature is -0.25V (SCE). Like stainless steels, Stellite® 6 corrodes primarily by a pitting mechanism and not by general mass loss in seawater and chloride solutions. Its mass loss in sea water is below 0.05mm per year at 22??C. More information regarding corrosion resistance can be provided on request. Co Cr W C Others Hardness Density Melting Range Base 27 - 32 4 - 6 0.9-1.4 Ni, Fe, Si, Mn, Mo 36-45 HRC 380-490 HV 8.44 g/cm3 0.305 lb/in3 2340-2570 °F 1285-1410 °C STELLITE ® 6 ALLOY Nominal Composition (mass %) And Physical Properties Tig & Oxy-acetylene Welding Mma Weld Deposition Mig Weld Deposition Pta & Laser Weld Deposition Hvof & Plasma Spray Deposition Technical Data Scanning Electron Micrograph Of Cast Stellite 6 At 1000x Magnification.