Alloy Families

Stellite™ Alloys

Stellite™ Cobalt-based alloys are noted for their resistance to corrosion, erosion, and abrasion at elevated temperatures (up to 800ºC). There are more than 20 Stellite™ alloys in this family. 

A special Stellite™ alloy: Stellite™ 6B is a custom wrought (hot forged) material with outstanding resistance to most types of wear and is extremely resistant to seizing or galling. High temperatures have little effect on the toughness and dimensional stability of this alloy. 

Deloro™ & Nistelle™ Alloys

Deloro™ Nickel-based alloys exhibit excellent corrosion, abrasion, and wear-resistance (up to 600ºC), and have a wide melting range allowing them to be applied by the spray and fuse, and powder-weld processes. Nistelle™ Nickel-based castings are noted for their outstanding corrosion resistance and are offered in a full range of ASTM, AMS, and ACI specifications. 

Tribaloy™ Alloys

These Cobalt- and Nickel-based alloys feature a hard inter-metallic laves phase, dispersed in a tough matrix of eutectic or solid solution. Tribaloy™ alloys exhibit outstanding resistance to high-temperature wear, galling, and corrosion and are particularly suitable for use where lubrication is a problem. 

700 Series™ Alloys

This family of Cobalt-based alloys uses Chromium and Molybdenum as major alloying elements. These offer good wear resistance with superior corrosion resistance in reducing environments of hydrochloric, phosphoric, and napthanic acid. 

Additional Alloys

Stelcar™ and Super Stelcar™ alloys are composite alloys with varying percentages of carbide in Cobalt-and Nickel-based matrices. These hardfacing alloys are designed for extremely abrasive and erosive environments. Delcrome™ Iron-based alloys provide excellent wear resistance where heat and corrosion are not factors.