K213 is an iron-based precipitation hardening equiaxed grain casting superalloy, which is mainly formed by adding aluminum and titanium‘ γ’ Precipitation strengthening phase, adding a certain amount of chromium and tungsten for solid solution strengthening, and adding an appropriate amount of boron to strengthen the grain boundary.
Chemical Composition, %
Typical Physical and Mechanical Properties (RT, Solution Annealed)
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Available Products and Specifications
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The alloy has good casting properties and good comprehensive properties and microstructure stability below 750 ℃
It is mainly used to make turbocharged turbines, gas turbines, flue gas turbines and stationary blades working below 750 degrees.