Heat-Resistant Casting Alloys
Heat-resistant steels are alloys that perform well at high temperatures, it means they show high creep resistance and strength at high temperatures. If you need a heat-resistant part in your business, choosing the right alloy for a high temperature work environment is difficult and confusing. After all, in a high-temperature work environment there is no such thing as uniformity, and the choice of steel you need will depend on the characteristics of each metal.
The main industries that use heat-resistant steels are power plants and petrochemicals. Pressure tanks, boilers and piping systems require many pipes, plates and fittings. For this reason, in addition to heat resistance, other properties such as strength, corrosion resistance and weldability are also important.