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Nickel & High Temperature Alloys

NICKEL & HIGH TEMPERATURE ALLOYS

Nickel (Ni) and its alloys are versatile metals that are widely specified for corrosion resistance. These alloys also have high-temperature strength, thermal expansion abilities, and special magnetic properties. They are used for a broad range of applications such as aircraft gas turbines, nuclear power systems, medical applications, in the chemical and petrochemical industries, and in steam turbine power plants. Other uses that include Nickel's unique physical characteristics include shape memory alloys, soft magnetic alloys, low expansion alloys, and electrical resistance alloys.

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Nickel and its Alloys

                   
  • Nickel 200, 201, 270
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  • Monel 400, 405, K-500
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  • Inconel 600, 601, 617, 625
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  • Inconel 718, X-750
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  • Incoloy 800, 800HT, 825
                   
  • Hastelloy C276, X, B3
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  • Alloy 20, Alloy 330
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  • A286
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  • Kovar, Invar
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  • NiChrome 80/20
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Nickel 200
Nickel 200 is 99% commercially pure Nickel featuring excellent corrosion resistance as well as good mechanical properties. It has magnetostrictive, electrical and thermal properties. It also has good ductility, good weldability, and solderability. It is typically used for electrical components, electronic components, battery connections/terminals, food processing, wires for heating elements, chemical processing, and aerospace components.

Nickel 201
Nickel 201 is the low carbon variant of Ni 200. It is primarily used for parts that require strong magnetic properties and excellent corrosion resistance. It is pure wrought Nickel with high ductile capabilities. It is ferromagnetic and has high levels of thermal and electrical conductivity. It can be used in reducing and oxidizing environments. It's virtually immune to stress cracking corrosion. It is ideal for use in both fresh and seawater processes.

Nickel 270
Nickel 270 is a high-purity grade of Nickel, and is often made by powder metallurgy. It has high ductility and low base hardness. It has many uses, which include electrical resistance thermometers, electrical and electronic components. Nickel 270 can be machined by use of conventional means that incorporate the use of high-speed steel tooling.

Monel 400
Monel 400 is an alloy made up of approximately 65% nickel and 30% copper. This high performance alloy is known for its thermal conductivity, good ductility, superior strength and excellent corrosion resistance in the face of alkaline and acidic environments alike. Also, it is especially resistant to corrosion in reducing atmospheres. Examples of common Monel 400 applications include those related to chemical and hydrocarbon processing and marine engineering. It is often used in the production of items like: propeller and pump shafts, steam generator tubing, sea water scrubbers, MEA reboiling tubes and heat exchangers.

Monel K-500
Monel K-500 is an alloy of both Nickel and Copper. It combines the superior corrosion properties of Monel 400 with improved strength and hardness. These properties are obtained by adding titanium and aluminum to the nickel-copper base, using a thermal process to effect precipitation. It is an age hardening alloy. In this hardened condition, Monel K-500 tends to have approximately 3X the tensile and yield strength of Monel 400. At 200°F, it is non-magnetic and spark resistant. It is mainly used in pump shafts, oil well industry, sour-gas service applications, lifts and valves, doctor blades and scrapers.

Inconel 600
Inconel 600 is an alloy of chromium and Ni. It is mainly used where high temperature and corrosion resistance is required. It has superior mechanical properties and has the perfect combination of good weldability and high strength. It offers high resistance even when exposed to chloride-ion stressing-corrosion cracking. Typical applications of Inconel 600 include in nuclear engineering, and heat treating, the aerospace, paper, chemical, and pulp industries.

Inconel 625
Inconel 625 is widely used for its excellent fabricability, outstanding corrosion resistance, and high strength. It is useful in various industrial applications. Inconel 625 is highly valuable due to its high versatility and ability to address design and application issues. It is comprised of molybdenum, chromium, Ni, and niobium. The addition of molybdenum gives it improved strength without the need to use heat-strengthening treatments. The combination not only improves its overall strength but also creates resistance in different corrosion environments.

Inconel 718
Inconel 718 is a corrosion-resistant and high-strength nickel-chromium alloy. Its composition includes Ni, Iron, Chromium, Molybdenum, Aluminum, Cobalt, Carbon, Titanium, Copper, Sulfur, Boron, Silicon, Phosphorus, and Manganese. It is easily fabricated into parts that are complex. It has outstanding characteristics such as its ability to resist post-weld cracking. Due to this feature and many others such as the ease of fabrication, Inconel 718 is used in a wide range of applications. It is also used in liquid-fuel rockets, casings, rings and various metal parts for land-based gas turbine engines. It can also be used in cryogenic tankage.

Inconel X-750
Inconel X 750, also referred to as Alloy X-750, is a cost-effective nickel-chromium alloy that is hardenable through precipitation. It is famed for its high strength, even when exposed to high temperatures, ideal for use in a wide range of applications. It is mainly used in gas turbine components, rocket engine thrust chambers, nuclear reactors, pressure vessels as well as multiple airframe applications. It is available in various forms, which include sheets, bars, forgings, pipe fittings, flanges, plates, seamless tubes and welded tubes.

Incoloy 800 / Incoloy 800HT
Both Incoloy 800HT and Incoloy 800 are nickel-iron-chromium alloys that offer excellent resistance to carburization and oxidation in high-temperature exposure. They are identical with the only difference being the levels of carbon. Incoloy 800 has a higher level of carbon compared to Incoloy 800HT. Due to the presence of Ni in these alloys, they have a high resistance to chloride stress-corrosion cracking. Incoloy 800HT is used in temperatures that go way beyond 1100° F, while Incoloy 800 is ideal for temperatures below 1100° F.

Incoloy 825
Incoloy 825 is an alloy of Ni, iron, and chromium. It also contains copper, titanium and molybdenum. Its chemical composition is formulated to provide exceptional resistance even when exposed to corrosive environments. It's similar to alloy 800, but in this case, it offers improved resistance to aqueous corrosion. It provides enhanced resistance even when exposed to reducing and oxidizing acids. It's also resistant to phosphoric and sulfuric acids.

Hastelloy C276
Hastelloy C276 is a superalloy of Ni, molybdenum, and chromium. It also has tungsten which helps to improve the overall corrosion resistance. High levels of molybdenum and nickel make the Hastelloy C276 foil specially resistant to crevice corrosion. It is very versatile, and its uses range from chemical processing environments to gas wells. It is also used in paper production, gas desulfurization systems, and water treatment. It can be fabricated, hot-upset, forged, and impact extruded. It is ideal for use with all welding techniques. It is produced in various forms such as foil, sheets, tubes, and plates.

Hastelloy B 3
Hastelloy B3 exhibits high levels of resistance to sulfuric acids, hydrobromic and pure hydrochloric acids. It has a great structural stability with few concerns on service, welding, and fabrication. It can resist stress-corrosion cracking. It is used in reducing acid services and the constructions of reactor vessels.

Hastelloy X
Hastelloy X is an alloy of molybdenum, Nickel, iron, and chromium. It possesses a superior combination of fabricability, high-temperature strength, and oxidation resistance. It has superior resistance to stress-corrosion cracking, especially during petrochemical applications. Even after prolonged exposure to high temperatures, it still exhibits good ductility. Not only does Hastelloy X have superior forming characteristics but it also has excellent welding characteristics. It is ideal for aircraft and chemical process components.

Alloy 20
Alloy 20 was designed to withstand corrosion against sulfuric acid. It is an alloy of molybdenum, copper, nickel, and chromium. It provides superior corrosion resistance. The addition of columbium stabilization allows for welded fabrications even when used in corrosive environments. It offers resistance to chloride stress cracking.  Its applications include bubble caps, mixing tanks, process piping, heat exchangers, phosphate coating of drums and pickling tanks.

Alloy 330
Alloy 330 is specifically designed for the treatment industry. It provides excellent resistance to oxidizing and carburizing atmospheres. It has a Nickel content of between 34 to 37%, which makes it highly resistant to embrittlement and chloride stress corrosion cracking. Its uses include chemical processing industries, ore processing, power generation, and thermal processing.

Alloy A286
Alloy A286 is an alloy of Nickel, iron, and chromium. It is comprised of titanium and molybdenum. It is well known for its excellent oxidation resistance and good strength. It has excellent fabrication characteristics, high ductility, good creep-rapture strength, high mechanical properties and it is ideal for numerous applications. Alloy A286 is used in jet engines, turbine wheels, automotive engines, gas components, frames, and casings.

Kovar
Kovar is an example of a controlled expansion alloy. It is applied to ceramics, glass, metal seals, electronic package base, lead frames, and lids. It is designed to adapt to microwave, hybrid, computer, semiconductors, and space age technology demands. This makes it an invaluable resource to aerospace, defense, and telecommunications companies.

Invar
Invar is an alloy that contains 36% Nickel, and it has the lowest level of thermal expansion among all alloys and metals. It is easily weldable, ductile and machinable. It is not susceptible to stress corrosion cracking. It is useful in telecommunications, cryogenic engineering, aeronautical and aerospace engineering.

NiChrome 80/20
Nichrome 80/20 offers sufficient resistance, especially when used in wide temperature fluctuations or frequent switching. It is widely applied in electrical heating elements in devices such as plastic molding dies, soldering guns, water heaters, and flat irons. It contains 80% Ni and 20% Chromium. It is available in coil, sheet, strip and foil form.

Supply of Nickel for Industrial and Commercial Applications

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