of its relatively low aluminum content, this alloy does not embrittle due to gamma prime formation, as is the case with higher aluminum-containing nickel alloys. This alloy is available in two conditions, the most common being Nicro-fer 6025HT (alloy 602CA), which is solution annealed at 1220°C with typical grain size greater than 70 ^m and is used in those applications where both high-temperature corrosion resistance and good stress rupture and creep properties are required. In special cases, where only the high-temperature corrosion resistance is needed, this alloy is supplied in annealed condition of 1180° C with grain size less than 70 ^m.

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