HAYNES 214 Wire Mesh

HAYNES 214 Wire Mesh

Specialty Alloys Mesh - HAYNES 214 Wire Mesh


Super alloy HAYNES 214 is designed for use in temperatures of above 955°C (1751°F). It provides resistance to oxidation that exceeds most of the traditional heat-resistant wrought alloys.

Super alloy HAYNES 214 belongs in the nickel-base family. The following sections will discuss in detail about super alloy HAYNES 214.

Chemical Composition

The chemical composition of HAYNES 214 is outlined in the following table.

Element Content (%)
Nickel, Ni 75
Chromium, Cr 16
Aluminum, Al 4.5
Iron, Fe 3
Manganese, Mn ≤ 0.50
Silicon, Si ≤ 0.20
Zirconium, Zr ≤ 0.10
Carbon, C 0.05
Yttrium, Y 0.01
Boron, B ≤ 0.010

Physical Properties

The physical properties of HAYNES 214 are tabulated below.

Properties Metric Imperial
Density 8.05 g/cm3 0.291 lb/in3
Melting point 1355 - 1400°C 2471 - 2550°F

Mechanical Properties

The following table shows mechanical properties of HAYNES 214.

Properties Metric Imperial
Tensile strength 1215 MPa 176200 psi
Yield strength 1025 MPa 148700 psi
Elastic modulus 218 GPa 31600 ksi
Elongation at break 12.90% 12.90%
Hardness, Brinell 348 348
Hardness, Knoop 378 378
Hardness, Rockwell C 37.6 37.6
Hardness, Vickers 364 364

Thermal Properties

The thermal properties of HAYNES 214 are tabulated below.

Properties Metric Imperial
Thermal expansion co-efficient (@25-200°C/77-392°F) 13.3 µm/m°C 7.39 µin/in°F
Thermal conductivity 12 W/mK 83.3 BTU in/hr.ft².°F

Fabrication and Heat Treatment

HAYNES 214 can be machined using the common processes used for iron based alloys. The material work-hardens during machining and has higher strength and gumminess. It is recommended that heavy duty machining equipment and tooling be used. Commonly available commercial coolants can be used for the process.


HAYNES 214 has good ductility and hence can be readily formed using all the common methods. It is recommended that powerful equipment be used for forming as this alloy is stronger than regular steel.


Welding of HAYNES 214 can be performed using all the traditional welding methods except for submerged-arc welding. It is recommended that a matching alloy filler metal be used.


Annealing of this material can be performed at 1093°C (2000°F) and then rapidly air cooled.

Cold Working

Cold working can be performed with the use of standard tooling except for plain carbon tool steels, which produces galling.


HAYNES 214 is used in the following application areas:

  • Industrial furnace parts
  • Gas turbine components
  • Gas fired radiant heating tubes
  • Refractory anchors
  • Furnace flame hoods
  • Combustor splash plates
  • Catalytic converter internals
  • Static oxidation- limited parts
  • Foil construction honeycomb seals
  • Hospital waste incinerator internals
  • Rotary calciners for processing chloride compounds
  • Burner cup material in auxiliary heaters for military vehicles
  • Mesh belts, trays, and fixtures for firing of pottery and fine china, heat treatment of electronic devices and technical grade ceramics.