Abstract

HS 50 alloy was developed to provide an increase of approximately 0.1 T (1000 G) in saturation magnetization compared with standard Permendur 49. The heat treatment of HS 50 can be carried out at a higher temperature, which gives increased permeability and lower coercive force. The mechanical properties are superior to those of Rotelloy 3. For applications where low loss is required, a thinner gage strip can be used to compensate for the lower resistivity compared with Rotelloy 3. This datasheet provides information on composition, physical properties, elasticity, and tensile properties. It also includes information on high temperature performance as well as heat treating and machining. Filing Code: FE-130. Producer or source: Carpenter Technology Corporation.

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