SE-L605 (R30605)

SECORP designation (UNS NO.)

A ductile cobalt-base alloy for high-temperature service. At 1800°F (982°C), it has a 100 hours stress-rupture strength of 7000 psi. High strength, resistance to oxidation and carburization up to 1900°F (1037°C).

Major Applications

 

Extensively used in jet engine parts. Also widely used in various industrial furnace applications.

NOMINAL CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (%):

Cr Ni Fe Mo Cu C Others
20.0 10.0 3.0 - - -0.10 Co-12.0
Ti-0.4
Al-1.0

TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES:

METALLURGICAL CONDITION TENSILE STRENGTH Ksi (MPa) YIELD STRENGTH 2% OFFSET Ksi (MPa) ELONGATION (%) HARDNESS
SOL HEAT TREATED 139 (964) 64 (447) 59 28 RC

SPECIFICATION

SHEET/PLATE BARS
AMS 5537 AMS 5759