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OIL & GAS DRILLING ALLOYS TECHNICAL PAPERS

Find detailed technical data in our library for products used in the Oil and Gas Drilling process. These Tech Briefs include information on cavitation resistance, galvanic corrosion and galling properties.

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Resources

  1. PDF icon Technical Review - Analysis of ToughMet® 3 and Cu-14Ni-3Al

    Technical Reviews offer detailed comparisons of Materion products to competitor materials. ToughMet 3 and Cu-14Ni-3Al are both high strength copper alloys commonly used in the marine and oil and gas industries, but significant differences are realized when their properties are compared. This Technical Review discusses those differences that make ToughMet an advantageous replacement for the nickel bronze alloy in demanding applications and severe environments.

  2. PDF icon Tech Brief - Galling Resistance of 25 Alloy and ToughMet 3® when Self Mated and Mated with Various Metals

    Galling resistance has been one of the primary reasons that Alloy 25 and ToughMet have been selected for equipment where the service conditions included high strength and relative motion between metal components. Alloy 25 and ToughMet are shown to resist galling to many other metals and to resist galling to other Alloy 25 parts and ToughMet parts.

  3. PDF icon Tech Brief - Cavitation Resistance of Selected Copper Alloys

    Materion Performance Alloys ToughMet® and copper beryllium products are highly resistant to cavitation.

  4. PDF icon Galling of Non-Magnetic Drill String Components

    Copper beryllium is the most resistant to galling and seizing of all metals used in the drill string, and inherently provide all the galling and seizing resistance for the life of the component.

  5. PDF icon Tech Brief - A Guide to Galvanic Corrosion

    Galvanic can occur when two or more dissimilar metals contact each other in an electrolytic environment. This can occur in seawater, chemical processing, or in automotive fasteners and connectors exposed to road salt spray. It is important to understand the relative position of metals on the galvanic series when they will be coupled near an electrolytic solution.