DIN EN 1.4462, 1.4410, 1.4501 and 1.4507 are duplex and super duplex stainless steel designations used across multiple DIN, EN and ISO standards.
DIN stands for Deutsches Institut für Normung e.V., and it is the German national organisation for the creation and maintenance of around thirty thousand DIN Standards, covering nearly every field of technology. Most of the relevant DIN standards are incorporated in to Euronorm (EN) standards for adoption beyond just Germany.View full article
Langley Alloys are pleased to be the spotlight feature of January 2021’s edition of Stainless Steel World News. The series of interviews with various members of the Langley Alloys team highlighted developments taking place within the business. First and foremost, the upcoming relocation of our Houston USA business to a much larger site, better […]View full article
Inconel 625 (UNS06625, 2.4856, BS3076 NA21) was originally developed in the 1960’s and has been widely used for more than 50 years in a multitude of demanding applications that require a combination of good strength, toughness, ease of fabrication, resistance to corrosion and a wide temperature operating range.View full article
The high strength and corrosion resistance of Inconel 725 make it well-suited to a range of high-performance applications in demanding environments, including components for Oil & Gas equipment, naval and marine components, aerospace, pollution control and the chemical processing industry.View full article
The ‘Development of Advanced, Highly Corrosion Resistant Coriolis Mass Flow Meters (Adv-Flow)’ is an innovative research project supported by Innovate UK, led by KROHNE Limited, with partners TWI and Langley Alloys. The project will investigate advancements in the manufacture of large size Coriolis mass flow meters to meet demanding operating conditions. The project will focus on the development of a suitable manufacturing route to manufacture the flow meters from super duplex stainless steel.View full article
Duplex and super duplex stainless steels are considered by some to be harder to machine than other stainless steel grades. Whilst this may be true, it does not mean that they cannot be successfully machined in to intricate finished components, if the correct parameters are observed.View full article
Monel™ K-500 (UNS N05500) is a nickel-copper alloy, age-hardened to achieve two to three times the strength of Monel 400. It retains these excellent mechanical properties up to about 650degC. It also exhibits excellent corrosion resistance in both chloride-containing and chemical environments. The combination of physical and mechanical properties means that it is widely used in a host of demanding applications.View full article