Specialty materials for demanding applications

From our principals Zapp Precision Metals GmbH High Performance Alloys we can from stock offer one of the widest range of special alloys on the market. Zapp are among others European distributor for Haynes® International, Inc., Kokomo, Indiana, U.S.A. which gives us access to their specialty materials for applications in the chemical process industry, offshore, oil & gas, defense, aerospace, and transportation industries. These include material brands like HAYNES®, HASTELLOY® and ULTIMET®.

Zapp Precision Metals GmbH High Performance Alloys stocks bar, sheet, tube and welding material. Additional service such as shearing, water-jet cutting and machining can be quoted on request.


Nickel-base alloys for high temperature applications:
Haynes® HR-160® alloy | Haynes® HR-120® alloy | Haynes® 556® alloy | Haynes® 214® alloy | Haynes® 230® alloy| Haynes® 242® alloy| Haynes® 282® alloy | Ultimet® alloy | Hastelloy® X alloy | Alloy 80A | Alloy 600 | Alloy 601 | Alloy 602CA | Alloy 625 | Alloy 718 | Alloy 800H

Nickel-base alloys for corrosion resistant applications:
Hastelloy® C-2000® alloy | Hastelloy® C-22® alloy | Hastelloy® C-276 alloy| Hastelloy® C-4 alloy | Hastelloy® Hybrid BC-1® alloy | Hastelloy B-3 alloy | Hastelloy® B-4 alloy | Hastelloy® G-30® alloy | Hastelloy® G-35® alloy | Hastelloy® G-50® alloy | Alloy 201 

Nickel-base materials for oil and gas applications:
Hastelloy® C-22 HS® alloy | Alloy 400 | Alloy K-500 | Alloy 825 

Titanium alloys for aerospace, defence, oil and gas applications:
Ti6Al4V (Grade 5) 

Titanium for corrosion resistant applications:
Grade 1 | Grade 2 | Grade 7 | Grade 12 

Cobalt-base alloys for wear resistant applications:
Ultimet® alloy | Alloy 6B | Haynes® 25® alloy

Thickness: 0,30 - 155 mm  

Round bar:
Diameter: 6 - 330 mm 

Diameter: 12 - 219,1 mm 

Square with round edges: 216 - 356 mm 

Welding rod:
Diameter: 0,89 - 4,00 mm 

3 x water jet cutters (one with 3D-technology) | 6 x saws for round bars |  1 x plate saw | 1 x plate shearing equipment

Haynes®, Hastelloy® and Ultimet® are registered trademarks by Haynes International, Inc., Kokomo, Indiana, U.S.A.
Subject to typing errors.


HASTELLOY® B-3® alloy

(2.4600 / UNS N10675)
Nickel-molybdenum alloy, highly resistant to corrosion. HASTELLOY® B-3® alloy has a lower tendency to precipitations than HASTELLOY® B-2 alloy. An improved corrosion resistance is achieved, especially in the heat affected zone.

Applications: Components which are exposed to severe chemical conditions, in particular in reducing media, e.g., hydrochloric acid in all concentrations up to the boiling point. Chemical engineering, centrifuges, heat exchangers.


(2.4708 / UNS N10362)
Corrosion resistant nickel-molybdenum-chromium alloy with very good resistance to hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid, pitting and crevice corrosion.

Applications: In the chemical processing, pharmaceutical, agricultural, food, petrochemical, and power industries: Reaction vessels, valves, pumps, piping, storage tanks.

HASTELLOY® C-4 alloy

(2.4610 / UNS N06455)
Nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy, highly resistant to corrosion, with outstanding stability at elevated temperatures.

Applications: Components which are exposed to oxidizing media with chloride content, e.g., contaminated oxidizing acids in exhaust gas cleaning systems.

HASTELLOY® C-22® alloy

(2.4602 / UNS N06022)
Nickel-chromium-molybdenum-tungsten alloy, resistant to corrosion, with high resistance to aggressive, oxidizing and reducing media – even at elevated temperatures.

Applications: Power engineering, chemical industry, e.g., for acetic and formic acid production, chloric gas and phosphoric acid applications.

HASTELLOY® C-22HS® alloy

(UNS N07022)
An age hardenable corrosion-resistant, nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy which can obtain a strength approximately double that of other C-type alloys after heat treatment. The alloy is high resistance to chloride-induced pitting and crevice corrosion attack.

Applications: Agitators and blenders, shafting, fan blades and hubs, fasteners, springs, valves, dies, screws, wellhead parts, rings and gaskets.

HASTELLOY® C-276 alloy

(2.4819 / UNS 10276)
Nickel-chromium-molybdenum-tungsten alloy, highly resistant to corrosion with good resistance to pitting corrosion in reducing and oxidizing media.

Applications: In oxidizing media containing chlorides and fluorides, e.g., exhaust gas cleaning systems, for use with formic and acetic acids, in melamine and ammonia facilities.

HASTELLOY® C-2000® alloy

(2.4675 / UNS N06200)
Outstanding versatile nickel-chromium-molybdenum-copper alloy, also high resistance to hot concentrated sulphuric acids. Good resistance to pitting corrosion. Excellent thermal structure stability.

Applications: Chemical process technology, wherever a wide range of corrosion resistance (reducing/oxidizing) is required, as well as chloric conditions.

HASTELLOY® G-35® alloy

(2.4643 / UNS N06035)
Ni-Cr-Mo alloy with increased chromium content. Excellent corrosion resistance in oxidizing media. HASTELLOY® G-35® alloy exhibits numerous improvements compared to HASTELLOY® G-30® alloy.

Applications: Phosphoric acid, specific cases of high temperature corrosion to approximately 760°C, oxidizing acid media.

HAYNES® 214® alloy

(2.4646 / UNS N07214)
Nickel-based super alloy with outstanding oxidation resistance up to 1260 °C. Excellent resistance to carburization and chlorine-bearing environments, especially at high temperatures.

Applications: In demanding industrial heating applications, flue gas cleaning plants, incinerating facilities, chemical industry, automotive industry.

HAYNES® HR-224® alloy

(- / -)
A nickel based alloy with controlled aluminium content. This alloy achieves superior oxidation resistance through the formation of a tightly adherent alumina protective scale and shows excellent oxidation resistance, improved fabricability and weldability.

Applications: Heat recuperators, automotive catalytic converters and heat shields, strand annealing furnace tubulars, and other severely oxidizing Environments.

HAYNES® 230® alloy

(2.4733 / UNS N06230)
Solid solution strengthened nickel based alloy with an excellent combination of favorable characteristics: thermal stability, oxidation resistance up to 1150 °C resistant to nitriding, carburization, damp conditions.

Applications: Semi-finished products for gas turbine engineering, furnace engineering, chemical plant, technology and apparatus engineering, petrochemical plants, incineration with thermal cycling characteristics.

HAYNES® 242® alloy

(UNS N10242)
Age-hardenable nickel-molybdenum-chromium alloy with excellent strength up to 705 °C and low thermal expansion characteristics, good oxidation resistance up to 815 °C. Excellent resistance to high temperature fluorine and fluoride-bearing environments. High strength combined with excellent corrosion resistance and advanced wear resistance.

Applications: Used in gas turbine engineering, fluoropolymer plastics production and CPI applications.

HAYNES® 282® alloy

(UNS N07208)
A gamma-prime strengthened superalloy developed for high temperature structural applications. It combines creep strength, thermal stability, weldability, and fabricability. The alloy has excellent creep strength in the temperature range of 650 to 930 °C.

Applications: Automotive disc springs, exhaust and nozzle components, transition sections and other hot-gas-path Components.

HAYNES® HR-160® alloy

(2.4880 / UNS N12160)
Solid solution strengthened nickel-cobalt-chromiumsilicon alloy. Outstanding resistance to sulfidation and other high temperature aggressive environments such as chloride attacks in reducing and oxidizing environments. Excellent resistance to oxidation, hot gas corrosion, carburizing and metal dusting as well as nitridation and others. Temperatures up to 1205 °

Applications: Alternating and/or aggressive service conditions. Used in waste incineration, boiler, high temperature reaction vessel. For furnace engineering and thermal ore dressing and other applications.


(2.4660 / UNS N08020)
Alloy 20 was developed to withstand sulfuric acid. Nickel, chromium, molybdenum and copper provides excellent general corrosion resistance. Restricted carbon combined with columbium stabilization permits welded fabrications to be used in corrosive environments, normally without post-weld heat treatment. Alloy 20 has practical immunity to chloride stress corrosion cracking. The alloy is often chosen to solve stress corrosion cracking problems, which may occur with 316L stainless.

Applikationer: Pickling tanks and vessels for sulphuric acid, heat exchangers, process piping, chemical and petroleum process equipment.

Alloy 201

(2.4068 / UNS N02201)
Commercial pure nickel, good thermal, electrical and magnetostrictive properties. Excellent corrosion resistance primarily in caustic alkalines at elevated temperatures.

Applications: Food processing, manufacturing of plastics and alkaline substances, chemical processes where a high degree of purity is demanded. Production of cold formed components.

Alloy 400

(2.4360 / UNS N04400)
Nickel-copper alloy: good tensile strength and toughness, high resistance to seawater, sulphuric, hydrochloric, hydrofluoric and phosphoric acids.

Applications: Valves, pumps, centrifuges and heat exchangers, pipework subjected to seawater.

Alloy K-500

(2.4375 / UNS N05500)
An age hardenable nickel-copper-aluminium alloy which combines corrosion resistance with high strength and hardness. Exhibits a good resistance against sour gas and chloride induced stress-corrosion cracking e.g. see water.

Applications: Pumps, valves and pipe systems especially in oil and gas industry.

Alloy 600

(2.4816 / UNS N06600)
Nickel-chromium-iron alloy: good oxidation resistance up to 1050 °C, excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking due to high nickel content.

Applications: Furnaces and other thermal treatment facilities, protective tubes for heating elements in nuclear energytechnology, CPI applications.

Alloy 601

(2.4851 / UNS N06601)
Nickel-chromium-iron alloy with aluminum content, excellent resistance in aggressive gases in oxidizing atmospheres up to 1150 °C.

Applications: Heat treatment facilities, e.g., furnace rolls, suspension elements, glow plugs for diesel engines.

Alloy 625

(2.4856 / UNS N06625)
Corrosion-resistant nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy with high mechanical properties – also at elevated temperatures. Good corrosion resistance in oxidizing and chloride containing media.

Applications: Components for nitric acid plants, exhaust gas cleaning systems, components used in seawater, membranes.

Alloy 718

(2.4668 / UNS N07718)
Age-hardenable nickel-chromium-iron alloy: high creep strength up to 700 °C. Specific properties can be achieved by the use of controlled heat treatment parameters.

Applications: Aircraft-, automotive- and gas turbine components, spring production. Components which are subjected to severe mechanical requirements under elevated temperatures or corrosive conditions.

Alloy 825

(2.4858 / UNS N08825)
Corrosion resistant nickel-iron-chromium alloy with good resistance to hot oxidizing and reducing acids.

Applications: Heat exchangers subjected to water with chloride content and other plant components which are subjected to sulphuric and phosphoric acid compounds.

HAYNES® HR-120® alloy

(2.4854 / UNS N08120)
Solid solution strengthened iron-nickel-chromium alloy, with high resistance to oxidation up to 1100 °C, sulphurizing and/or carburizing together with excellent creep strength.

Applications: Retorts, muffles, baskets, fastening elements for heat treatment furnaces, waste incinerators, petrochemical facilities, power generating plants.

HAYNES® 556® alloy

(1.4883 / UNS R30556)
Solid solution strengthened iron-based superalloy; high thermal structure stability, resistance to severely corrosive gaseous substances at low and high temperatures up to 1100 °C. Favorable fabricability, creep strength, resistance to sulphur and carbon for high temperature applications.

Applications: Waste incinerator facilities, industrial furnaces, chemical and petrochemical processing technology. Excellent weldability, therefore suitable for welding or dissimilar high temperature alloys, suitable for salt- and zinc melts.

Alloy 800H

(1.4876 / UNS N08810)
Iron-nickel-chromium-alloy with very good resistance to carburizing and changing oxidizing/reducing atmosphere. Optimized creep properties due to controlled alloying elements carbon, silicium, aluminum and titanium, which make applications above 600 °C possible.

Applications: Heat exchangers, heat treatment facilities, heaters, fans, housing, chemical and petrochemical plants (reforming plants and fluidizing furnaces).


(2.4681 / UNS R31233)
Outstanding wear-resistant cobalt-chromium-nickel alloy: excellent resistance in oxidizing and good resistance under reducing corrosive conditions, also at elevated temperatures, coupled with exceptional wear resistance (cavitations, erosion, galling and abrasion).

Applications: Conveyors, conditioning technology, plant components which encounter aggressive media and simultaneous wear, e.g., nozzles, agitators, pumps, mixers, cylinders and boring mills.

Alloy 6-B

(UNS R30016)
Alloy 6-B alloy belongs to the family of high wear-resistant cobalt-based alloys with excellent properties to withstand wear by abrasion, erosion, cavitations and impingement also at high temperatures.

Applications: Bearing shells, baffle plates, sealing technics, the knife and blade industry, mineral processing plant, centrifuges, ammunition disposal, minerals handling technology, roting components for liquid and gaseous media.

HAYNES® 25 alloy

(2.4964 (WL) / UNS R30605)
Solid solution strengthened cobalt-based alloy: excellent creep strength properties, oxidation resistance up to 980 °C and resistance to gaseous sulphur containing media.

Applications: Aviation gas turbine technology, bearing technics, rocket propulsion parts, rocketry, industrial incinerator plant, fiberglass manufacture.

HAYNES® 188 alloy

(2.4683 / UNS R30188)
Solid solution strengthened cobalt-based superalloy: high oxidation resistance up to 1100 °C, high creep strength, extremely high resistance to hot gas corrosion.

Applications: Aviation gas turbine technology, bearing technics, rocket propulsion parts, rocketry, industrial incinerator plant, fiberglass manufacture.

Titanium grade 1

(3.7025 / UNS R50250)
Commercial pure titanium: the low iron content supports the excellent corrosion resistance in wet chloride containing, oxidizing media. Titanium shows an outstanding biocompatibility.

Applications: Structural parts which are subject to severe oxidizing stresses, particularly in combination with chlorides: the chemical industry, desalinization facilities for seawater, power station technology, medical technology, lightweight contruction technology.

Titanium grade 2

(3.7035 / UNS R50400)
Commercial pure titanium: the low iron content supports the excellent corrosion resistance in wet chloride containing, oxidizing media. Titanium shows an outstanding biocompatibility. A slight modification of the trace elements increases the mechanical properties compared to grade 1.

Applications: Structural parts which are subject to severe oxidizing stresses, particularly in combination with chlorides: the chemical industry, desalinization facilities for seawater, power station technology, medical technology, lightweight contruction technology.

Titanium grade 5

(3.7165 / UNS R56400 / AMS 4911)
(3.7164 / AMS 4928)(WL)
Titanium α+β alloy: Outstanding specific strength. The mechanical properties can be influenced by heat treatment to controlled parameters. A higher specification level is available for aircraft applications (WL-Grade). A slight modification of the composition results in improved formability (ELI-Grade).

Applications: Structural aircraft components, CPI, rotation components, fastening elements, automotive technology, sonotrodes and medical engineering.

Zirconium 702

(UNS R60702)
Refractory alloy with high corrosion resistance, high strength and good working properties, resistant to aggressive, oxidizing and reducing media.

Applications: Tanks, pumps, mounting parts, tubes and fittings for the manufacture of acetic acid according to the Monsanto method, in hydrochloric, nitric and sulphuric acids. Chemical processing technology.