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Super Invar 32-5

Global Super Invar 32-5 Supplier

Super Invar 32-5 is a magnetic, austenitic, solid solution alloy with a low coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE). The CTE of Super Invar is around one third the CTE of regular Invar and is almost zero after specific heat processing.

Super Invar is Available in many forms we can offer a bespoke solution that meets your exact requirements and specification for your 32-5 application, be it from Plate, Bar, Sheet,

With over 20 years’ experience, our team has a combined wealth of knowledge about Super Invar and its different characteristics, so we can guarantee you will find the product that fits your requirements.

For pricing or general advice speak to CSM today on +44 (0) 1268 774 261, email or alternatively complete the contact form below. 

Super Invar 32-5 Stockist Range

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Super Invar Plate


Super Invar Bar


Super Invar Sheet


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    Markets & Applications

    • Optical instruments
    • Telescopes
    • Laser instruments and equipment
    • Ring laser gyroscopes
    • Laser benches
    • Positioning devices
    • Metrology devices
    • Scientific instruments
    • Structural components and supports for optical and laser systems
    • Applications that require lower expansivity than Invar
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    Super Invar 32-5 Composition

    Mechanical Properties

    Metallurgic ConditionHot Rolled
    Yield StrengthMPa276
    Tensile StrengthMPa483

    Technical Specifications

    F1684 (CHEM ONLY)K935001-23011


    Nickel (Nominal)Ni32.0
    Cobalt (Nominal)Co5.0

    Physical Properties

    Curie Temp°C (°F)245 (470)
    Melting Point°C (°F)1427 (2600)
    Youngs / Shears ModulusGPa59
    Modulus of Elasticity at 20°CGPa145
    Specific Heat at 20°C0.12 Cal/g-°C
    Therman Conductivity at 20°CW/cm°C0.10
    Thermal Expansion 25°C to 450°Cppm/°C8.0
    Electrical ResistivitymΩ-cm82
    Poisson's Coefficient0.23

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    We are a global speciality metals stockist with an extensive stock range, we are able to provide specialist alloys and materials to a huge variety of industries. Some of the markets we trade with include: automotive, aerospace, medical, defence, electronic & many other high tech industries where a high level of quality and precision is required.

    We offer a bespoke service to cater to every one of our clients. As a team, we continually strive to give our clients a cost-effective complete solution and, with our extensive knowledge, we are able to give as much technical advice and information as possible.

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    About Super Invar

    Super Invar®, also known as Invar 32-5 and Alloy 32-5 is an austenitic, solid solution alloy that belongs to the low expansion alloys family.

    The low coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) is the most important characteristic of all invar types and especially of Super Invar®. The CTE of Super Invar® is around one third of the CTE of regular invar and is almost zero after specific heat processing.

    Super Invar 32-5 was designed to provide minimum thermal expansion at room temperatures (one half that of Invar Alloy). This alloy also exhibits austenite stability to a service temperature of at least -67°F and thermal expansion properties besting Invar alloys when used in the 67/203°F (-55/95°C) temperature range. The minimal expansion of Super Invar over this range of temperatures, makes this alloy useful in many applications including structural components and substrates in instrument systems requiring precision measurements.