Rolled Alloys



6-4 Titanium – Most widely used of all of the alpha-beta titanium alloys. It is typically used in the annealed condition, at service temperatures through 750°F.


188 – Cobalt base with high strength and oxidation resistance to 2000°F, used for gas turbine combustor cans.

Alloy L605 (also referenced as HAYNES® 25) is the strongest of the fabricable cobalt alloys, useful for continuous service to 1800°F.

René 41 – Precipitation hardened nickel alloy with excellent strength through 1600°F. Used for gas turbine and missile hot components, including bolting and springs.