Our high-temperature family of alloys is generally distinguished by the HAYNES® brand and our corrosion-resistant alloys by the HASTELLOY® brand. Industries often specify alloys by a UNS designation, unaware that such alloy specifications only address issues of chemical composition, not corrosion or heat resistance. We protect the alloys’ quality and assure their performance by focusing on precise control of chemical composition and thermo-mechanical processing, in addition to systematic testing.
Haynes' major trademarks, which have been formally registered to Haynes as the only rightful user of the mark for metal alloys in many countries around the world, include:
STELLITE® alloy 6B
Haynes International has long used several trademarks to distinguish its high-performance alloy products from somewhat similar products of other producers. In accordance with the laws of most countries, Haynes' trademarks may not be used by any other person in connection with the advertisement or offering for sale of any products which are not manufactured by Haynes (or its Licensees). In many countries it may be a criminal offense to knowingly substitute a different or generic product when a particular trademarked product is specified or ordered by a customer.
However, it is permissible to refer to Haynes' or other companies' trademarks in technical papers or other informative articles provided they are used in accordance with the law. That is, the mark should generally be typed in all capital letters (or in italics, if printed) and followed by the generic name of the product (e.g. alloy, bar, billet, casting, sheet, etc.). The ownership of each mark should be acknowledged when known, e.g. at the end of the article, and each reference must be only to material produced by or for the trademark owner and sold under the mark.
Some of the trademarks owned by others, but which may be referenced within Haynes' technical publications on this site, include the following:
A very good guide for proper trademark use, as well as a list of over 4,000 more common trademarks, is supplied by The International Trademark Association at http://www.inta.org.
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Haynes International makes all reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy and correctness of the data displayed on this site but makes no representations or warranties as to the data’s accuracy, correctness or reliability. All data are for general information only and not for providing design advice. Alloy properties disclosed here are generally average values based on laboratory tests and, as such, are indicative only of the results of such tests and should not be considered guaranteed maximums or minimums. Specific alloy compositions must be tested under actual service conditions to determine their suitability for a particular purpose.
Any questions about the proper use of Haynes' trademarks, or requests to use our marks, should be directed to our Legal Department, 1020 W. Park Ave., P.O. Box 9013, Kokomo, IN 46904-9013.