Cobalt Alloys

Cobalt Alloys are non-ferrous metal composites that contain Cobalt (Co), a metallic element with a higher melting point than Nickel or Iron alloys. Their properties are high strength and toughness, excellent corrosion and oxidation resistance, and high-temperature strength. The single largest application for Cobalt-based alloys is wear resistance with hardness up to 800HB.

Uses

Cobalt is a strategic and critical metal used in many diverse commercial, industrial, and military applications.  The largest use of cobalt in the aerospace industry is to make parts for gas turbine aircraft engines.

Heat resistant alloys of cobalt are used where high temperature performance, particularly creep resistance, is required. This alloy have been typically selected for gas turbine components such as blades, turbine wheels and latter stage compressor disks, which are subjected to long term rotational stresses and high temperatures.
Cobalt AlloyAlso used for heat treating fabrications including furnaces, retorts and fixtures, for strength at temperature and resistance to oxidation, carburization, sulfication and nitriding.

Our Products in Cobalt Alloy

  • Sterlite Grade 1
  • Sterlite Grade 6
  • Sterlite Grade 12
  • Sterlite Grade 21

Packaging Details

Description Packing Length (mm) Size (mm) Weight
TIG Rods Corrogated Box 1000 4.0, 3.2, 2.5 10 Kgs
Electrode Plastic Box 450 4.0, 3.2, 2.5 5 Kgs