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Jet Engine Missile Components High Nickel Alloys , GH4141 Machining Nickel Alloys

Place of Origin China
Brand Name XUNSHI
Certification ISO 9001
Model Number René 41
Minimum Order Quantity 200kg
Price Negotiable
Packaging Details Plywood case
Delivery Time 40-45 days
Payment Terms T/T
Supply Ability 500kg per week

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Product Details
Spec AMS 5545, AMS 5712, AMS 5713, AMS 5800, EN 2.4973, GE B50T59, GE B50TF109, GE B50TF76 Equal Grades UNS N07041, Werkstoff 2.4973, GH4141, Carpenter 41
Density 8.27g/cm3 Melting Range 1316~1371°C
Certification ISO 9001 Product Name Machining Nickel Alloys
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Product Description

René 41 Nickel-based Alloy Used in Jet Engine and Missile Components


René 41 is an age hardening nickel base superalloy with exceptional strength from room temperature through about 1600°F. The alloy is sensitive to strain age cracking during welding. Sound welds can be made by the resistance and electron beam methods. GTAW using DC straight polarity requires good joint fit-up and cooling by means of copper backup bars or water-cooled fixtures. René 41 should be in the fully solution treated condition prior to welding. After welding the assembly should be solution treated using rapid heating and cooling rates through the 1200-1600°F range, followed by aging.

Mechanical properties vary with the solution and aging treatments. Higher solution temperatures result in better room temperature ductility and elevated temperature creep-rupture strength. Lower solution temperatures give higher tensile strengths. Two commonly used heat treatments are:

1. Solution treat: 2150°F 4 hours, air cool. Age: Reheat 1650 °F 4 hours, air cool.
2. Solution treat: 1975 °F 4 hours, air cool. Age: Reheat 1400°F 16 hours, air cool.


Chemical composition

Element C Mn Si Cr Ni B Fe Co Ti Al Mo
Weight(%) 0.06~0.12 0.10 max 0.20 max 18.0~20.0 Rem 0.003~0.010

5.0 max

10.0~12.0 3.0~3.3 1.40~1.60 9.0~10.5



  •  Exceptionally high strength
  •  Oxidation resistant through 1800°F


  •  Jet engine hot components
  •  Missile components
  •  Bolting
  •  Springs

AMS 5545, AMS 5712, AMS 5713, AMS 5800, EN 2.4973, UNS N07041, Werkstoff 2.4973


Forms of supply

  •  Forging
  •  Hot rolled bar
  •  Cold rolled plate
  •  Cold rolled strip
  •  Cold drawn bar
  •  Welding wire
  •  Round plate
  •  Ring

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