Fasteners & Rivets
These superalloys or high-performance alloys are commonly used as aerospace fasteners due to their ability to provide an increased resistance to high temperatures and to creep factors.
TI-GR5 is the most used Titanium alloy due to its excellent strength-to-weight ratio, making it particularly suitable for aerospace applications in which a good combination of mechanical properties (up to about 400°C) and those of formability, weldability and toughness are mandatory requirements.
Some among the possible finished products obtainable are pivots, rivets, bolts, screws and a wide range of forged and/or machined pieces.
|Valbruna Grade||Steel type||Commercial name||UNS||W.N.||BS||International Designation|
|AEROVAL® § Ti-Grade 5||α-β Titanium alloy||Ti6Al4V||R56400||3.7164 / 3.7165||-||-|
|AEROVAL® § AN5||Corrosion Resistant Alloys||Alloy 660 / Alloy A286||S66286||1.4980||286S31||X6NiCrTiMoVB25-15-2|
|AEROVAL® § AV718HTV||Corrosion Resistant Alloys||Alloy 718||N07718||2.4668||NA51||NiCr19Fe19Nb5Mo3 / NiCr19NbMo|