Ed Fagan Inc. is pleased to supply you with a summary of Alloy 52 physical properties including specifications, mechanical, physical and chemical properties along with a common expansion data table for use when evaluating a glass or ceramic seal alloy.
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|Alloy 52 Average Linear Coefficient of Thermal Expansion|
|Temperature Range, °C||Alloy 52|
|Temperature Range,°C||Alloy 52
|30 to 300||10.1||30 to 700||11.7|
|30 to 400||9.9||30 to 800||12.5|
|30 to 500||9.9||30 to 900||13.3|
|30 to 600||10.8||30 to 1000||14.2|
For comparison linear coefficient of thermal expansion data on all of our controlled expansion, glass and ceramic sealing alloys, please refer to our Thermal Expansion Table.
|Alloy 52 Physical Properties|
|Thermal Conductivity||W/cm °C||0.14|
|Specific Heat||Cal/gm °C||0.12|
|Thermal Expansion||ppm / °F (75°F to 842°F)||5.5|
|ppm / °C (30°C to 400°C)||9.9|
|Alloy 52 Mechanical Properties|
|Elongation||% in 2 in.||35|
|Typical Hardness Ann.||Rockwell HRB||80|
|Modulus of Elasticity||Mpsi||23|
|Alloy 52 Chemistry|
|Nickel contents listed are nominal. The nickel contents of the alloy shall be adjusted by the manufacturer so that the alloys meet the requirements for thermal expansion. Alloy 52 is specifically intended to match lead (Pb) sealing glasses.|
|*Cobalt is present as an incidental element and shall be reported separately.|
|Ref: ASTM F30|
|Alloy 52 Specifications|
|ASTM F30||MIL-1-23011 CL 2||AMS 1-23011 CL 2||UNS N14052|