SE-HW (N10004)

SECORP designation (UNS NO.)

SE-HW is generally referred to as a modified SE-HB. Exhibits good mechanical properties up to 1800°F (982°C). Resistance to oxidation at high temperature above 1400°F (760°C) on long service of 500-1000 hours is not recommended.

Major Applications

 

Major use in aircraft engine components and equipment handling hydrochloric, sulfuric, acetic and phosphoric acids.

NOMINAL CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (%):

Cr Ni Fe Mo Cu C Others
5.0 Bal 6.0 24.0 - 0.12 Co-2.5
V-0.6

TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES:

METALLURGICAL CONDITION TENSILE STRENGTH Ksi (MPa) YIELD STRENGTH 2% OFFSET Ksi (MPa) ELONGATION (%) HARDNESS
ANNEALED 122 (841) 52 (358) 60 74 RB

SPECIFICATION

SHEET/ PLATE BARS
- AMS 5755