BoltPort is an Indian manufacturer and supplier of Hastelloy B2 Fasteners with extensive stock in hastelloy b2 raw material. Hastelloy b2 fasteners are manufactured from premium quality bar stock. Often called as Alloy B2, BoltPort is capable of producing high precision bolting components with shorter delivery times and competitive price. Alloy B2 Fasteners are available in metric and imperial sizes with conformity to all international standards. we can provide ISO Metric, Unified National Coarse (UNC), fine (UNF), Extra Fine (UNEF), BSW & BSF thread profile over these hastelloy b2 fasteners.
Hastelloy B2 is commonly used in forms of hex bolts, heavy hex bolts, full threaded stud bolts, double end studs, socket head cap screws, set screws, hex, heavy hex nuts, square nuts, plain and spring lock washers, etc. Hastelloy B2 is used for bolting pipeline components, process equipments and instruments in projects associated with chemical and petrochemical processing, power generation, pharmaceuticals, oil & gas extraction and metal/mineral processing fields.
About Hastelloy® B2
Hastelloy B2 is a solid solution strengthened, nickel-molybdenum alloy, with significant resistance to reducing environments like hydrogen chloride gas, and sulfuric, acetic and phosphoric acids. Molybdenum is the primary alloying element which provides significant corrosion resistance to reducing environments. Also known to be Alloy B2, it can be used in the as-welded condition because it resists the formation of grain-boundary carbide precipitates in the weld heat-affected zone.
This nickel alloy provides excellent resistance to hydrochloric acid at all concentrations and temperatures. In additions, Hastelloy B2 has excellent resistance to pitting, stress corrosion cracking and to knife-line and heat-affected zone attack. Alloy B2 provides resistance to pure sulfuric acid and a number of non-oxidizing acids.
Alloy B2 has poor corrosion resistance to oxidizing environments, therefore, it is not recommended for use in oxidizing media or in the presence of ferric or cupric salts because they may cause rapid premature corrosion failure. These salts may develop when hydrochloric acid comes in contact with iron and copper. Therefore, if this alloy is used in conjunction with iron or copper piping in a system containing hydrochloric acid, the presence of these salts could cause the alloy to fail prematurely. In addition, this nickel steel alloy should not be used at temperatures between 1000° F and 1600° F because of a reduction in the ductility in the alloy.