Printdur® Ni625 LFe

Alternative and trade names
2.4856, Alloy 625
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Description

2.4856 (Alloy 625) used for applications that require outstanding corrosion resistance, the use of our nickel-based metal powders is recommended. With Printdur® Ni625LFe (~2.4856) we are expanding our portfolio of corrosion resistant materials for 3D printing.


Printdur® Ni625LFe has good resistance to mineral acids such as nitric, phosphoric, sulfuric or hydrochloric acid. In addition, it is also corrosion resistant to alkalis and organic acids. Furthermore, the material has a good resistance to hot gas corrosion in the solution heat treated condition and a high creep rupture strength above 600°C.


In comparison to Printdur® Ni625, the iron content of Printdur® Ni625 LFe is significantly lower. This leads to a cleaner material with even better corrosion and oxidation properties.

Equivalent Materials

Properties

General

Bulk density ρbulk

3.8 - 4.6 g/cm³ at 20 °C

Hall flow HF

12 - 20 s/50g at 20 °C

Particle size range drange

20 - 53 µm

Mechanical

Charpy impact energy, V-notch aK,charpy,V-notch

100 J at 20 °C

Elongation A5 A5

35 % at 20 °C

Tensile strength Rm

920 - 1030 MPa at 20 °C

Yield strength Rp0.2 Rp0.2

660 - 760 MPa at 20 °C

Magnetic

Relative magnetic permeability μrel

1.01 [-] at 20 °C

max., None magnetic

Chemical properties

Element

Weight %

Comment

Ni

-

Balance

Cr

22 %

Mo

9 %

Nb

3.5 %

Co

0.5 %

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Technological properties

Application areas

Additive manufacturing

Processing history

The powder is produced by gas atomization.

Processing methods

Printdur® Ni625LFe can be processed on LPBF systems. The process parameters are similar to those of alloy 625. Please contact us for further information.

This material data has been provided by Deutsche Edelstahlwerke Specialty Steel (DEW).

All metrics apply to room temperature unless otherwise stated. SI units used unless otherwise stated.
Equivalent standards are similar to one or more standards provided by the supplier. Some equivalent standards may be stricter whereas others may be outside the bounds of the original standard.