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Discussion in 'Metals' started by Ivan Winters, Dec 21, 2019.
Twice been offered 282 grade steel ? What is it ?
What was your question to get such an answer and to whom?
From Google :-
HAYNES® 282® alloy (UNS N07208) is a, wrought, gamma-prime strengthened superalloy developed for high temperature structural applications, especially those in aero and industrial gas turbine engines.
I saw that too but the source is the USA whilst the OP lives in Yorkshire England- near to Ilkley Mor bah't 'at.
Bradford- an interesting place. Quite challenging as they had one person to handle 6 disabled people on arrival at Leeds Bradford airport.
A few days ago, I as a disabled person was left in railway waiting room - with the train ready to leave.
I hope that others fare better with Yorkshire - hospitality.
Martin thanks for your reply. Your refer (via Google) to Haynes - can you give me the full title of the 'Haynes' book you are quoting from as it sounds a very useful reference.
Norman sorry for your bad experience in Bradford. Was it at Interchange or Forster Square.
We are not referring to Haynes Books on Repairs etc but to an American company's special steel
Problems in Leeds Bradford, probably one of the hated airports in the UK.
Also Leeds Station too.
I'm going back to Alwoodley on Transpennine Express in the period period between Christmas and the New Year -- and they keep cancelling trains and the one's which should run run late.
Nevertheless, I might be able to help you with more information as requested earlier. I buy my stuff from Cramlington just North of Newcastle but you should have lots of steel firms around industrial Yorkshire.
I've thumbed my way through Google and more Google with what's left of my one good eye
This Haynes 282 is not steel, but a nickel alloy. Very hard to machine, but very high-temperature resistant.
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