Nickel alloys are alloys with nickel as its principal element.  Its high versatility, combined with its outstanding heat and corrosion resistance has led to its use in a diverse range of applications such as aircraft gas turbines, steam turbines in power plants and its extensive use in the energy and nuclear power markets.

Nickel

Grades

Shapes

  • 200

  • 400

  • 625

  • 718

  • Alloy X

  • Rods

  • Sheets

200 Highly Corrosion-Resistant Nickel

  • 99% Pure

  • Excellent corrosion resistance

  • Good formability, weldability and electrical conductivity

  • Common uses include food-processing equipment & chemical shipping drums

  • Meets ASTM B162

718 High-Strength Extreme- Temperature Nickel

  • Also known as Inconel 718

  • Maintains strength in extreme temperatures

  • Good weldability

  • Heat treatable

  • Uses include cryogenic tanks, fasteners and gas turbine engine components

  • Meets ASTM B670

400 Multipurpose Nickel

  • Also known as Monel 400

  • Nickel - Copper Alloy (67%Ni-23%Cu)

  • High strength

  • Corrosion resistant

  • Good weldability & formability

  • Common uses include chemical-processing equipment, marine hardware and in highly corrosive environments

  • Meets ASTM B127

625 High-Strength Nickel

  • Also known as Inconel 625

  • Contains nickel, chromium and molybdenum

  • Excellent corrision resistance

  • Good weldability

  • Applications include expansion joints, exhaust systems and marine components

  • Meets ASTM B443

Alloy X High-Temperature Nickel

  • Also known as Inconel HX and Hastelloy X

  • Oxidation resistant up to 2000°F

  • Good strength & weldability

  • Uses include components in gas turbine engines & furnaces

  • Meets ASTM B435

 
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