Diamalloy™ 4060NS Cobalt Chromium Tungsten Silicon Carbon Alloy Powder

Alternative and trade names
similar to Stellite 6 (Stellite is a registered trademark of Kennametal Inc.), Metco 1220A, Metco 1220B, Metco 1220C
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Description

Oerlikon Metco’s CoCr[NiWSi]C products are inert gas atomized powders that are chemically homogeneous, exhibit minimal satellites and are freely flowing. They are designed and provide excellent results for a variety of applications such as laser cladding, thermal spray and PTA. These materials form coatings that are appropriate for wear and corrosion resistance in relatively high-temperature service conditions.


Diamalloy 4060NS has a chemical composition similar to that of Stellite 6. Diamalloy 4060NS is designed for HVOF applications.

Properties

General

Particle size range

drange

11 - 45 µm

Nominal range -45 +11µm: +5% 45µm, -2% 11µm

Thermal

Melting point

Tm

1260 - 1357 °C

Chemical properties

Element

Weight %

Comment

Co

-

balance

Cr

28.5 %

W

4.5 %

Fe

3 %

max

Si

1.6 %

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Technological properties

Availability

Stock

Chemical composition

CoCrWFeSiC

Distribution

Global

Morphology

Spheroidal

Order number

10 lb (approx. 4.5 kg): 1037003; 5 kg (approx. 11 lb): 1300203

Other

Diamalloy 4060NS is used as a general restoration and repair material when compatibility with Stellite 6 is desired. When applied using HVOF, it forms dense, wear-resistant and oxidation-resistant coatings that may be used for turbine hot section applications such as combustion liners

Packaging size

10 lb (approx. 4.5 kg), 5 kg (approx. 11 lb)

Processing history

Gas atomized

Processing methods

High Velocity Oxygen Fuel Spray (HVOF), Atmospheric Plasma Spray, Combustion Powder Thermospray

Safety data sheet

www.oerlikon.com/metco SDS No. 50-505

This material data has been provided by Metco.

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.