|Appearance||Gray metallic powder|
|Grade||Alloy Grade: Waspaloy Related Grades: Waspaloy (Am), Nc20K14(Fr)|
Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) provides Waspaloy Powder (UNS N07001) suitable for 3D Printing applications. As the additive manufacturing industry advances, so will our additive manufacturing powder product offerings.
Waspaloy (UNS N07001) is an age-hardenable, nickel-based superalloy with very good strength at temperatures up to about 1800°F (980°C). It is widely used as a wrought material for forged and fabricated gas turbine and aerospace components. Its strength is generally comparable to R41 alloy, and is superior to that of alloy 718 at temperatures above 1200-1300°F (650-705°C). Waspaloy is typically used in high-temperature applications, particularly in gas turbines.
Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) is a worldwide supplier of high-quality Waspaloy (UNS N07001) Powder who has over two decades of experience in the manufacture and sale of Waspaloy (UNS N07001) products.
|Product Name||Waspaloy (UNS N07001) Powder|
|Related Grades||Waspaloy (Am)
B 0.003-0.010Zr 0.02-0.08
Fe 2.0 max
B 0.010 max
Cu 0.15 max
Mn 0.15 max
Si 0.015 max
P 0.015 max
S 0.10 max
|AMS Specification||5706, 5707, 5708, 5709|
Waspaloy Powder is often used in extreme environments. It is common in gas turbine blades, seals, rings, shafts and turbine disks. The NIST certified reference material 1243, a standard for X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy, is made from Waspaloy. Waspaloy alloy can be cold-formed in the annealed condition, and may also be hot-formed at temperatures of 1900°F (1040°C) or above. Weldability is somewhat limited by susceptibility to strain age cracking under conditions of heavy restraint. The alloy exhibits good resistance to gas turbine combustion environments at temperatures up to about 1600°F (870°C).