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    New Source for Hastelloy Screen:

    Originally posted by cadwiz
    Thanks for the suggestions, I'll give em a try. C-276 is preferable, but B-2 will also work.

    Cadwiz

    Try here guys:

    http://www.bwire.com/

    Just bought a large quantity from them, price was lowest I could find and the product was very high quality. Very satisfied with the product.

    I bought some cut pieces (15" x 10") but they also sell in rolls and they can fabricate parts to customer specification as well. I sent them a drawing and they did a prototype for me.

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  • cadwiz
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    Thanks for the suggestions, I'll give em a try. C-276 is preferable, but B-2 will also work.

    Cadwiz

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  • wierdscience
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    Stock item here,and they will make anything you want,had some Nitronic stainless cloth made up by them several years ago.-

    http://www.uniquewire.com/metals/fcmetals_index.cfm

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  • Evan
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    There are 4 different Hastelloy alloys and they differ widely in properties. Which type do you need?

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  • Tim in D
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    Try Inco Alloys International.

    Tim in D

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  • cadwiz
    started a topic Source for fine mesh Hastelloy screen?

    Source for fine mesh Hastelloy screen?

    Title says it all. Something in the 10-50 micron range. Checked Grainger and McMaster, all I can find is Monel and Nickel. Websearch points to a bunch of Chinese questionables. Looking for something local (US) for time constraints.

    Thanks, Cadwiz
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