Martensite Stainless Steels 422, A 565 S42200, S42200, A 959 Type 616, SUH 616, 1.4935, X20CrMoWV12.1, Steel, Corrosion and Heat Resistant, Bars, Wire, and Forgings 12.5Cr - 0.75Ni - 1.0Mo - 1.0W - 0.24V (0.20-0.25C) Hardened and Tempered to AMS 5655

422 Stainless Steels Properties Data

Chemical Composition of steel 422 Stainless Steels: AMS 5655 ,Cross Reference

422 Stainless Steels Applications and Specifications

These products have been used typically for parts requiring strength and oxidation resistance up to 1 000 °F (538 °C), but usage is not limited to such applications.

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Alloy 422 is a hardenable stainless steel designed for use at temperatures of up to 1200ºF (649ºC). Alloy 422 has good resistance to scaling and oxidation. Through heat treatment, high mechanical properties can be developed. Alloy 422 is used in applications such as compressors or steam turbines and also in aircraft parts, valves, high temperature bolting etc.

  • AMS 5655 - Steel, Corrosion and Heat Resistant, Bars, Wire, and Forgings 12.5Cr - 0.75Ni - 1 .0Mo - 1 .0W - 0.24V (0.20-0.25C) Hardened and Tempered

Mechanical properties at room temperature for 422 Stainless Steels: AMS 5655

Tensile Strength,Rm(MPa)

Yield Strength,Rp 0.2(MPa)

Impact,Kv/Ku(J)

Elongation,A(%)

Reduction of area,(%)

Hardness

Product shapes we supply:

Cross Reference, Equivalent, Similar of 422 Stainless Steels grade:

A 565 S42200 S42200 A 959 Type 616 SUH 616 1.4935 X20CrMoWV12-1

Conditions & Properties

  • +A Soft annealed
  • +AC Annealed to achieve spheroidization of the carbides
  • +QT Quenched and tempered
  • +WW Warm worked
  • +N Normalized
  • +NT Normalized and tempered
  • +AT Solution annealed
  • +C Cold drawn / Hard
  • +CR Cold rolled
  • +PE Peeled
  • +T Tempered