Nickel & Alloys

dot  Nickel & Nickel Alloys

 

nickel_and_nickel_alloy

Nickel in elemental form or alloyed with other metals and materials has made significant contributions to our present day society & promises to continue to supply materials for an even more demanding future. Nickel is a versatile element and will alloy with most metals. Nickel and nickel alloys are used for a wide variety of applications, majority of which involve corrosion resistance and/ or heat resistance. Some of these include: Air craft gas turbines, Steam turbine power plants, Medical applications, Nuclear power systems, Chemical and petrochemical industries.

FOLLOWING ARE THE AVAILABLE GRADES IN NICKEL & ALLOYS
Alloy C276 Alloy C22 Alloy 2000 Alloy C4
Alloy G30 Alloy B2 Alloy B3 Waspaloy
Alloy X-750 MonelR405 Alloy 400 Alloy K500
Alloy 718 Alloy 625 Alloy 600 Alloy 601
Alloy 690 Alloy 693 Alloy 800 Alloy 825
Alloy 925 Alloy 200 Alloy 201

Forms & Shapes:

Wire, sheet, plate, strip, round bars, hexagonal, flats, square, angle, channel, blanks, tubes, billets, pipes, pipe fittings, forging rings, special shape forgings, fasteners etc.

Specifications:

AMS 4544

AMS 5552

AMS 5664

AMS 5754

AMS 5525

AMS 5597

AMS 5712

AMS 6512

AMS 4574

AMS 5580

AMS 5665

AMS 5755

AMS 5530

AMS 5599

AMS 5713

AMS 6514

AMS 4675

AMS 5587

AMS 5666

AMS 5759

AMS 5536

AMS 5608

AMS 5714

AMS 6520

AMS 4676

AMS 5588

AMS 5706

AMS 5766

AMS 5537

AMS 5660

AMS 5731

AMS 6521

AMS 4730

AMS 5589

AMS 5707

AMS 5772

AMS 5540

AMS 5661

AMS 5732

AMS 7717

AMS 4731

AMS 5590

AMS 5708

AMS 5786

AMS 5541

AMS 5662

AMS 5734

AMS 7718

AMS 5396

AMS 5596

AMS 5709

AMS 5870

AMS 5545

AMS 5663

AMS 5737

AMS 5544

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Material Alloy

Trademarks*

UNS

Warkst. nr.

Density

Bar / Billet

Forgings

Flanges

Tube

Pipe

Plate

Fittings

Nickel Alloy

Alloy 200

Nickel 200

N02200

24066

8.89

B 160

B 564

B 564

B 163 / B 730

B 161 / B 725

B 162

B 366

Alloy 201

Nickel 201

N02201

24068

8.89

B 160

B 163 / B 730

B 161 / B 725

B 162

B 366

Alloy 400

Nickel 400

N04400

24360

8.83

B 164

B 564

B 564

B 163 / B 730

B 165 / B 725

B 127

B 366

Alloy K-500

Monel K-500

N05500

24375

8.46

B 865

B 865

B 865

Alloy 600

Inconel 600

N06600

24816

8.42

B 166

B 564

B 564

B 163 / B 516

B 167 / B 516

B 168

B 366

Alloy 601

Inconel 601

N06601

24851

8.20

B 166

B 163

B 167

B 168

Alloy 625

Inconel 625

N06625

24856

8.44

B 446

B 564

B 564

B 444 / B 704

B 444 / B 705

B 443

B 366

Alloy 718

Inconel 718

N07718

24668

8.19

B 637

B 637

B 637

B 670

Alloy 800

Incoloy 800

N08800

14876

8.00

B 408

B 564

B 564

B 163 / B 515

B 407 / B 514

B 409

B 366

Alloy 800H

Incoloy 800H

N08810

14876

8.00

B 408

B 564

B 564

B 163 / B 515

B 407 / B 514

B 409

B 366

Alloy 800HT

Incoloy 800HT

N08811

14876

8.00

B 408

B 564

B 564

B 163 / B 515

B 407

B 409

B 366

Alloy 825

Incoloy 825

N08825

24858

8.18

B 425

B 564

B 564

B 163 / B 704

B 423 / B 705

B 424

B 366

Alloy C-276

Hastelloy C-276

N10276

24819

8.87

B 574

B 564

B 564

B 622 / B 626

B 622 / B 619

B 575

B 366

Alloy C-4

Hastelloy C-4

N06455

24610

8.64

B 574

B 622 / B 626

B 622 / B 619

B 575

B 366

Alloy C-22

Hastelloy C-22

N06022

24602

8.69

B 574

B 564

B 564

B 622 / B 626

B 622 / B 619

B 575

B 366

Alloy B-2

Hastelloy 8-2

N10665

24617

9.22

B 335

B 564

B 564

B 622 / B 626

B 622 / B 619

B 333

B 366

Alloy 20

Carpenter 20Cb3

N08020

24660

8.10

B 473

B 462

B 462

B 729 / B 408

B 729 / B 464

B 463

B 366

Alloy 904 / L

Uranus B-6

N08904

14539

8.05

B 649

B 459

B 677 / B 674

B 677 / B 673

B 625

B 366

dot  Hastelloy C-276

 

hastelloy_c276

Hastelloy C-276 is a nickel-molybdenum-chromium-tungsten alloy with excellent general corrosion resistance and good fabric ability. The alloy should be considered for use in environments where resistance to hot contaminated mineral acids, organic and inorganic chloride contaminated media, chlorine, formic and acetic acids, acetic , acetic anhydride, sea water and brine solutions is desired.

Hastelloy C-276 has resisted the formation of grain boundary precipitates in the weld heat-affected zone, making it a candidate for most chemical and petrochemical processing applications in the as-welded condition. The alloy has resisted both general and localized corrosion, including pitting, crevice corrosion, and stress corrosion cracking. Hastelloy C-276 is readily fabricated by welding, using methods similar to those utilized for nickel-based alloys.

RELATED METALS:


HASTELLOY(r) C276 alloy
Nickelvac HC-276(tm)
Nicrofer 5716 hMoW(tm)
Carpenter C276 Alloy(tm)
Alloy IC-276
Carpenter C276(tm)
Nicrofer 5716(tm)

SPECIFICATIONS:

ASTM B366 ASTM B626
ASTM B574 ASTM F467
ASTM B575 ASTM F468
ASTM B619 DIN 2.4819
ASTM B622 UNS N10276

CHEMISTRY DATA :

Carbon 0.02 max
Chromium 14.5 – 16.5
Cobalt 2.5 max
Iron 4 – 7
Manganese 1 max
Molybdenum 15 – 17
Nickel Balance
Phosphorus 0.03 max
Silicon 0.08 max
Sulphur 0.03 max
Tungsten 3 – 4.5
Vanadium 0.35 max

GENERAL INFORMATION :

  • Principal Design Features :
    C-276 is a wrought corrosion-resistant alloy. A prime advantage of this alloy is that it generally does not require solution heat treatment after welding. It resists the formation of grain boundary precipitates that would degrade corrosion resistance.
  • Applications :
    Chemical process equipment and desulfurization of flue gas equipment.
  • Mechanical Data :
    Form Plate
    Condition Heat treated at 2050 F(1121 C)
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 112
    Yield Strength 52
    Elongation 59
    Rockwell B88
    Form Plate
    Condition Heat treated at 2050 F(1121 C)
    Temper 1000
    Tensile Strength 86
    Yield Strength 30
    Elongation 59
    Form Sheet
    Condition Heat treated at 2050 F(1121 C)
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 108
    Yield Strength 49
    Elongation 61
    Rockwell B90
    Form Sheet
    Condition Heat treated at 2050 F(1121 C)
    Temper 400
    Tensile Strength 97
    Yield Strength 42
    Elongation 60
    Form Sheet
    Condition Heat treated at 2050 F(1121 C)
    Temper 600
    Tensile Strength 97
    Yield Strength 34
    Elongation 67
    Form Sheet
    Condition Heat treated at 2050 F(1121 C)
    Temper 800
    Tensile Strength 95
    Yield Strength 31
    Elongation 67


  • Forms & Shapes :
    Wire, Sheet, Plate, Strip, Round Bars, Hexagonal, Flats, Square, Angle, Channel, Blanks, Tubes, Billets, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Forging Rings, Special Shape Forgings, Fasteners Etc.
dot  Hastelloy C-22

 

hastelloy_c22

Hastelloy C-22 is a versatile nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy with better overall corrosion resistance than other Ni-Cr-Mo alloys available today, including Hastelloy C-276, C-4, and A625. Alloy C-22 has outstanding resistance to pitting, crevice corrosion and stress corrosion cracking. It has excellent resistance to oxidizing aqueous media including acids with oxidizing agents, wet chlorine and mixtures containing nitric acid or oxidizing acids with chlorine ions. Hastelloy C-22 has outstanding resistance to both reducing and oxidizing media, and because of its versatility can be used where “upset” conditions are likely to occur or in multipurpose plants.

Hastelloy C-22 has exceptional resistance to a wide variety of chemical process environments, including strong oxidizers such as ferric and cupric chlorides, hot contaminated media (organic and inorganic), chlorine, formic and acetic acids, acetic anhydride, and seawater and brine solutions.

Hastelloy C-22 resists the formation of grain boundary precipitates in the weld heat affected zone, thus making it suitable for most chemical process applications in the as-welded condition.

Workability:

Hastelloy C-22 can be fabricated using the same techniques as are used for alloys C-276 or C-4. It can be welded, forged, hot-upset and impact extruded. Alloy C-22 can also be successfully deep-drawn, spun, press formed or punched, although the alloy tends to work-harden. Parts which have been hot formed or severely cold formed should be heat treated at 2050 °F and rapid quenched prior to final fabrication or installation.

Specifications of Hastelloy C-22:

Hastelloy C-22 is covered by ASME. Plate, sheet, strip, bar, tubing, and pipe are covered by ASME specifications SB-574, SB-575, SB-619, SB-622 and SB-626 and by ASTM specifications B-574, B-575, B-619, B-622 and B-626. The UNS number is NO6022.

Applications:

Some of the area of present or potential use for alloy C-22 is: Acetic acid/Acetic Anhydride, cellophane manufacturing, chlorine spargers, chlorination systems, circuit board etching equipment, complex acid/chemical mixtures, fans and blowers, galvanizing line equipment, gas scrubber systems, geothermal wells, HF furnaces, incineration systems, nuclear fuel reprocessing, pesticide production, phosphoric acid applications, pickling system components, plate heat exchangers, selective leaching systems, sulfur oxide cooling towers, sulfonation systems, and tubular heat exchangers.

Chemical Compositions:

Element Min Max
Molybdenum 12.5 14.5
Chromium 20.0 22.5
Iron 2.00 6.00
Cobalt - 2.50
Carbon - 0.010
Silicon - 0.08
Manganese - 0.50
Vanadium - 0.35
Phosphorus - 0.025
Sulfur - 0.010
Nickel Remainder

Hastelloy C-22 TECHNICAL DATA :

Element Min Max
Molybdenum 12.5 14.5
Chromium 20.0 22.5
Iron 2.00 6.00
Tungsten 2.50 3.50
Cobalt 2.50
Carbon 0.010
Silicon 0.08
Manganese 0.50
Vanadium 0.35
Phosphorus 0.025
Sulfur v
Nickel Remainder

Corrosion Resistance in the As-Welded Condition :
Hastelloy C-22 is a versatile nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy with better overall corrosion resistance than other Ni-Cr-Mo alloys available today, including hastelloy C-276, C-4, and A625. Alloy C-22 has outstanding resistance to pitting, crevice corrosion and stresscorrosion cracking. It has excellent resistance to oxidizing aqueous media including acids with oxidizing agents, wet chlorine and mixtures containing nitric acid or oxidizing acids with chlorine ions. Hastelloy C-22 has outstanding resistance to both reducing and oxidizing media, and because of its versatility can be used where “upset” conditions are likely to occur or in multipurpose plants. Hastelloy C-22 has exceptional resistance to a wide variety of chemical process environments, including strong oxidizers such as ferric and cupric chlorides, hot contaminated media (organic and inorganic), chlorine, formic and acetic acids, acetic anhydride, and seawater amd brine solutions.
Hastelloy C-22 resists the formation of grain boundary precipitates in the weld heat affected zone, thus making it suitable for most chemical process applications in the as-welded condition.

Workability :

Hastelloy C-22 can be fabricated using the same techniques as are used for alloys C-276 or C-4. It can be welded, forged, hot-upset and impact extruded. Alloy C-22 can also be successfully deep-drawn, spun, press formed or punched, although the alloy tends to work-harden. Parts which have been hot formed or severely cold formed should be heat treated at 2050 °F and rapid quenched prior to final fabrication or installation.

Specifications :
Hastelloy C-22 is covered by ASME . Plate, sheet, strip, bar, tubing, and pipe are covered by ASME specifications SB-574, SB-575, SB-619, SB-622 and SB-626 and by ASTM specifications B-574, B-575, B-619, B-622 and B-626. The UNS number is NO6022.

Applications :
Some of the area of present or potential use for alloy C-22 are: Acetic acid/Acetic Anhydride, cellophane manufacturing, chlorine spargers, chlorination systems, circuit board etching equipment, complex acid/chemical mixtures, fans and blowers, galvanizing line equipment, gas scrubber systems, geothermal wells, HF furnaces, incineration systems, nuclear fuel reprocessing, pesticide production, phosphoric acid applications, pickling system components, plate heat exchangers, selective leaching systems, sulfur oxide cooling towers, sulfonation systems, and tubular heat exchangers.

Physical Properties °F British Units °C Metric Units
Density 75 0.314 lb./in.(3) 24 8.69 g/cm(3)
Melting Range 2475 – 2550 1357-1399
Electrical
Resistivity
75 44.8 microhm-in. 24 1.14 microhm-m
212 48.3 microhm-in. 100 1.23 microhm-m
392 48.7 microhm-in. 200 1.24 microhm-m
572 49.3 microhm-in. 300 1.25 microhm-m
752 49.6 microhm-in 400 1.26 microhm-m
932 49.9 microhm-in 500 1.27 microhm-m
1112 50.2 microhm-in 600 1.28 microhm-m
Mean Coefficient
of Thermal
Expansion
75-200 6.9 microin./in.-°F 24-93 12.4 X 10(-6)m/m-K
75-400 6.9 microin./in.-°F 24-204 12.4 X 10(-6)m/m-K
75-600 7.0 microin./in.-°F 24-316 12.6 X 10(-6)m/m-K
75-800 7.4 microin./in.-°F 24-427 13.3 X 10(-6)m/m-K
75-1000 7.7 microin./in.-°F 24-538 13.9 X 10(-6)m/m-K
75-1200 8.1 microin./in.-°F 24-649 14.6 X 10(-6)m/m-K
75-1400 8.5 microin./in.-°F 24-760 15.3 X 10(-6)m/m-K
75-1600 8.8 microin./in.-°F 24-871 15.8 X 10(-6)m/m-K
75-1800 9.0 microin./in.-°F 24-982 16.2 X 10(-6)m/m-K
Thermal
Conductivity
118 70 Btu-in/ft²-hr-°F 48 10.1 W/m-K
212 77 Btu-in/ft²-hr-°F 100 11.1 W/m-K
392 93 Btu-in/ft²-hr-°F 200 13.4 W/m-K
572 108 Btu-in/ft²-hr-°F 300 15.5 W/m-K
752 121 Btu-in/ft²-hr-°F 400 17.5 W/m-K
932 135 Btu-in/ft²-hr-°F 500 19.5 W/m-K
1112 148 Btu-in/ft²-hr-°F 600 21.3 W/m-K
Thermal
Diffusivity
70 0.004 in²/sec 21 2.7 x 10(-6)m²/s
212 0.005 in²/sec 100 3.0 x 10(-6)m²/s
392 0.005 in²/sec 200 3.5 x 10(-6)m²/s
572 0.006 in²/sec 300 3.9 x 10(-6)m²/s
752 0.007 in²/sec 400 4.2 x 10(-6)m²/s
932 0.007 in²/sec 500 4.6 x 10(-6)m²/s
1112 0.007 in²/sec 600 4.8 x 10(-6)m²/s

Average Dynamic Modulus of Elasticity :

Form Condition Test Temp,
°F(°C)
Average Dynamic Modulus of
Elasticity,10(6) psi (MPa)
Plate Heat-treated
at 2050 °F
(1121 °C),
Rapid Quenched
Room 29.9 (206)
200 (93) 29.4 (203)
400 (204) 28.5 (196)
600 (316) 27.6 (190)
800 (427) 26.6 (183)
1000 (538) 25.7 (177)
1200 (649) 24.8 (171)
1400 (760) 23.6 (163)
1600 (871) 22.4 (154)
1800 (982) 21.1 (145)

Average Room Temperature Hardness :

Form Hardness, Rockwell
Sheet Rb 93
Plate Rb 95

Average Tensile Data, Solution Heat-Treated :

Form Test
Temp.,
°F(°C)
Ultimate
Tensile
Strength
ksi (MPa)
Yield
Strength at
0.2% offset
ksi (MPa)
Elongation
in 2″ percent
Sheet, 0.028-
0.125″ thick
Room
200 (93)
400 (204)
600 (316)
800 (427)
1000 (538)
1200 (649)
1400 (760)
116.3 (802)
109.5 (755)
101.6 (701)
97.7 (674)
95.4 (658)
90.7 (625)
84.6 (583)
76.0 (524)
58.5 (403)
53.8 (371)
43.9 (303)
41.8 (288)
41.0 (283)
39.7 (274)
36.1 (249)
34.5 (238)
57
58
57
62
67
61
65
63
Plate, 1/4-3/4″
thick
Room
200 (93)
400 (204)
600 (316)
800 (427)
1000 (538)
1200 (649)
1400 (760)
113.9 (785)
107.1 (738)
98.1 (676)
94.5 (652)
91.5 (631)
87.5 (603)
83.2 (574)
75.6 (521)
54.1 (373)
48.8 (336)
40.5 (279)
36.3 (250)
34.6 (239)
34.0 (234)
32.1 (221)
31.0 (214)
62
65
66
68
68
67
69
68
Bar, 1/2 to 2″
diameter
Room
200 (93)
400 (204)
600 (316)
800 (427)
1000 (538)
1200 (649)
1400 (760)
111.0 (765)
104.9 (723)
96.2 (663)
91.6 (631)
89.1 (614)
84.3 (581)
79.5 (548)
72.2 (498)
51.9 (358)
45.4 (313)
37.5 (259)
33.8 (233)
30.7 (212)
28.8 (199)
28.3 (195)
29.0 (200)
70
73
74
79
79
80
80
77

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dot  Nickel 201

 

nickel_201

Nickel 201 is commercially pure (99.6%) wrought nickel and a low carbon version of Nickel 200. It has good mechanical properties and excellent resistance to many corrosive environments. Other useful features: high thermal and electrical conductivities, low gas content and low vapor pressure. The corrosion resistance makes it particularly useful for maintaining product purity in the handling of foods, liquids, synthetic fibers, and caustic alkali’s.

High temperature and Corrosion resistance properties:

Nickel 201 has the excellent corrosion resistance characteristic of Nickel 200. Because it is a low-carbon material (0.02% max.), Nickel 201 is not subject to embrittlement by inter-granularly precipitated carbon or graphite when held at temperatures of 315° to 760°C for extended times, provided carbonaceous materials are not in contact with it. It is, therefore, preferred to Nickel 200 in all cases where temperatures exceed 315°C. Nickel 201 is ideal for laboratory crucibles which are capable of withstanding oxidizing furnace atmospheres up to 1100°C. Above 300°C its mechanical properties change: tensile strength falls, elongation grows making for example a crucible more malleable when handling or when heated by a direct flame. This can lead to a change in the profile/shape of a crucible. The material is subject to inter-granular embrittlement by sulphur compounds at temperatures above 315°C.

RELATED METALS:
Nickelvac 201(tm)
VDM LC Nickel 99.2(tm)
Ametek 899E(tm)
AL 201(tm)
LC Nickel(tm)
CM 201(tm)
VDM LC 99.2(tm)

SPECIFICATIONS :

AMS 5553 ASTM B366
ASTM B160 ASTM B725
ASTM B161 ASTM B730
ASTM B162 DIN 2.4061
ASTM B163 DIN 2.4068
UNS N02201

CHEMISTRY DATA :

Carbon 0.02 max
Copper 0.25 max
Iron 0.4 max
Manganese 0.35 max
Nickel Balance
Silicon 0.35 max
Sulphur 0.01 max

GENERAL INFORMATION :

  • Principal Design Features
    This is a lower carbon version of commercially pure (99%) nickel. The material does contain minor amounts of other elements, totaling less than 1%.
  • Applications :
    Electronic components, applications where spinning to form the product is especially desired. Chemical corrosion resistance in caustic solutions.
  • Mechanical Data :
    Form Plate
    Condition Hot Rolled
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 60
    Yield Strength 23
    Elongation 48
    Form Plate
    Condition Hot Rolled Annealed
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 60
    Yield Strength 23
    Elongation 50

     

  • Forms & shapes :
    Wire, Sheet, Plate, Strip, Round Bars, Hexagonal, Flats, Square, Angle, Channel, Blanks, Tubes, Billets, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Forging Rings, Special Shape Forgings, Fasteners Etc.
dot  Nickel 200

 

nickel_200

Nickel 200 is commercially pure (99.6%) wrought nickel. It has good mechanical properties and excellent resistance to many corrosive environments. Other useful features of the alloy are its magnetic and magnetostrictive properties, high thermal and electrical conductivities, low gas content and low vapor pressure.

The corrosion resistance of Nickel 200 makes it particularly useful for maintaining product purity in the handling of foods, synthetic fibers, and caustic alkalies; and also in structural applications where resistance to corrosion is a prime consideration.

Other applications include chemical shipping drums, electrical and electronic parts, aerospace and missile components.

Chemical Composition:

Nickel (Plus Cobalt) 99.0 min
Copper 0.25 max
Iron 0.40 max
Manganese 0.35 max
Carbon 0.15 max
Silicon 0.35 max
Sulfur 0.01 max

RELATED METALS :
AL 200(tm)
Ametek 899L(tm)
Ametek 899M(tm)
Nickelvac 200(tm)
VDM Nickel 99.2(tm)
CM 200(tm)
VDM 99.2(tm)

SPECIFICATIONS :

ASTM B160 ASTM B725
ASTM B161 ASTM B730
ASTM B162 DIN 2.4060
ASTM B163 DIN 2.4066
ASTM B366 UNS N02200

CHEMISTRY DATA :

Carbon 0.15 max
Copper 0.25 max
Iron 0.4 max
Manganese 0.35 max
Nickel Balance
Silicon 0.35 max
Sulphur 0.01 max

GENERAL INFORMATION :

  • Principal Design Features
    Commercially pure (99%) wrought nickel, basically unalloyed but containing minor amounts of other elements usually totaling less than 1%.
  • Applications :
    Electronic parts, resistance to corrosion applications such as handling alkaline solutions and foods.
  • Mechanical Data
    Form Plate
    Condition Hot Rolled
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 77
    Yield Strength 50
    Elongation 45
    Rockwell B67
    Form Plate
    Condition Hot Rolled Annealed
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 67
    Yield Strength 52
    Elongation 50
    Rockwell B60
    Form Sheet
    Condition Test Specimen Annealed
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 65
    Yield Strength 22
    Elongation 47
    Form Strip
    Condition Annealed
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 65
    Yield Strength 22
    Elongation 47
    Form Strip
    Condition Spring Temper
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 110
    Yield Strength 93
    Elongation 8
  • Forms & shapes :
    Wire, Sheet, Plate, Strip, Round Bars, Hexagonal, Flats, Square, Angle, Channel, Blanks, Tubes, Billets, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Forging Rings, Special Shape Forgings, Fasteners Etc.
dot  Monel K-500

 

monel_k_500

Monel K-500 is a nickel copper alloy combining the excellent corrosion resistance of Monel 400 with greater strength. It is widely used, particularly in marine and chemical processing applications. Monel K-500 has excellent resistance to sea water.

Chemical Composition:

Nickel (Plus Cobalt) 99.0 min
Copper 0.25 max
Iron 0.40 max
Manganese 0.35 max
Carbon 0.15 max
Silicon 0.35 max
Sulfur 0.01 max

RELATED METALS :
AL 200(tm)
Ametek 899L(tm)
Ametek 899M(tm)
Nickelvac 200(tm)
VDM Nickel 99.2(tm)
CM 200(tm)
VDM 99.2(tm)

SPECIFICATIONS :

ASTM B160 ASTM B725
ASTM B161 ASTM B730
ASTM B162 DIN 2.4060
ASTM B163 DIN 2.4066
ASTM B366 UNS N02200

CHEMISTRY DATA :

Carbon 0.15 max
Copper 0.25 max
Iron 0.4 max
Manganese 0.35 max
Nickel Balance
Silicon 0.35 max
Sulphur 0.01 max

GENERAL INFORMATION :

  • Principal Design Features
    Commercially pure (99%) wrought nickel, basically unalloyed but containing minor amounts of other elements usually totaling less than 1%.
  • Applications :
    Electronic parts, resistance to corrosion applications such as handling alkaline solutions and foods.
  • Mechanical Data
    Form Plate
    Condition Hot Rolled
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 77
    Yield Strength 50
    Elongation 45
    Rockwell B67
    Form Plate
    Condition Hot Rolled Annealed
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 67
    Yield Strength 52
    Elongation 50
    Rockwell B60
    Form Sheet
    Condition Test Specimen Annealed
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 65
    Yield Strength 22
    Elongation 47
    Form Strip
    Condition Annealed
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 65
    Yield Strength 22
    Elongation 47
    Form Strip
    Condition Spring Temper
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 110
    Yield Strength 93
    Elongation 8
  • Forms & shapes :
    Wire, Sheet, Plate, Strip, Round Bars, Hexagonal, Flats, Square, Angle, Channel, Blanks, Tubes, Billets, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Forging Rings, Special Shape Forgings, Fasteners Etc.
dot  Monel 400

 

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Monel Alloy 400 is a solid-solution alloy that can be hardened only by cold working. It has high strength and toughness over a wide temperature range and excellent resistance to many corrosive environments.

Monel Alloy 400 is widely used in many fields, especially marine and chemical processing. Typical applications are valves and pumps, pump and propeller shafts, marine fixtures and fasteners, electrical and electronic components, springs, chemical processing equipment, gasoline and fresh water tanks, crude petroleum stills, process vessels and piping, boiler feed water heaters and other heat exchangers, and deaerating heaters.

Chemical Composition of Monel Alloy 400 :

Element %
Nickel (plus Cobalt) 63.0 min
Carbon 0.3 max
Manganese 2.0 max
Iron 2.5 max
Sulfur 0.024 max
Silicon 0.5 max
Copper 28.0 – 34.0

RELATED METALS:
Nicorros(tm)
Silverin 400(tm)
Nickelvac 400(tm)
CM 400(tm)

SPECIFICATIONS :

AMS 4574 ASTM B164 CLASS A DIN 2.4360
AMS 4575 ASTM B165 DIN 2.4366
AMS 4675 ASTM B366 MIL N-24106
AMS 4730 ASTM B513 MIL T-1368
AMS 4731 ASTM B564 MIL T-23520
ASTM B127 ASTM F467 QQ N281
ASTM B163 ASTM F468 UNS N04400
ASTM F96

CHEMISTRY DATA :

Carbon 0.3 max
Copper 28 – 34
Iron 2.5 max
Nickel Balance
Silicon 0.5 max
Sulphur 0.024 max

GENERAL INFORMATION :

  • Principal Design Features :
    This alloy of nickel-copper is resistant to sea water corrosion as well as to a variety of acids and other corrosive media.
  • Applications :
    Marine fixtures, pumps, valves and piping systems for sea water application. Because of its good corrosion resistance it is also used in chemical plant equipment.
  • Mechanical Data :
    Form Plate
    Condition Test Specimen Annealed
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 83
    Yield Strength 39
    Elongation 42
    Rockwell B68

     

  • Forms & shapes
    Wire, Sheet, Plate, Strip, Round Bars, Hexagonal, Flats, Square, Angle, Channel, Blanks, Tubes, Billets, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Forging Rings, Special Shape Forgings, Fasteners Etc.
dot  Inconel Alloy 600

 

 

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Inconel Alloy 600 is a standard engineering material for applications which require resistance to corrosion and heat. The alloy also has excellent mechanical properties and presents the desirable combination of high strength and good workability.


The high nickel content gives the alloy resistance to corrosion by many organic and inorganic compounds and also makes it virtually immune to chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking. Chromium confers resistance to sulfur compounds and also provides resistance to oxidizing conditions at high temperatures or in corrosive solutions. The alloy is not precipitation hardenable, it is hardened and strengthened only by cold work.

The versatility of INCONEL alloy 600 has led to its use in a variety of applications involving temperatures from cryogenic to above 2000°F (1095°C).

The alloy is used extensively in the chemical industry for its strength and corrosion resistance. Applications include heaters, stills, bubble towers and condensers for processing of fatty acids; evaporator tubes, tube sheets and flaking trays for the manufacture of sodium sulfide; and equipment for handling abietic acid in the manufacture of paper pulp.

The alloy’s strength and oxidation resistance at high temperatures make it useful for many applications in the heat-treating industry. It is used for retorts, muffles, roller hearths and other furnace components and for heat-treating baskets and trays.

In the aeronautical field, INCONEL alloy 600 is used for a variety of engine and airframe components which must withstand high temperatures. Examples are lockwire, exhaust liners and turbine seals.

INCONEL alloy 600 is used in the electronic field for such parts as cathode-ray tube spiders, thyratron grids, tube support members and springs.

The alloy is a standard material of construction for nuclear reactors. It has excellent resistance to corrosion by high-purity water, and no indication of chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking in reactor water systems has been detected. For nuclear applications, the alloy is produced to exacting specifications and is designated INCONEL alloy 600T.

 

Chemical Composition:

Element %
Nickel (plus Cobalt 72.0 min
Chromium 14.0-17.0
Iron 6.00-10.00
Carbon 0.15 max
Manganese 1.00 max
Sulfur 0.015 max
Silicon 0.50 max
Copper 0.50 max

RELATED METALS:
VLX600(tm)
AL 600(tm)
Ferrochronin 600(tm)
Nickelvac 600(tm)
Nicrofer 7216 LC(tm)
Pyromet Alloy 600(tm)
Sanicro 70(tm)
CM 600(tm)
Pyromet 600(tm)


SPECIFICATIONS :

AMS 5540 ASTM B516 QQ W390
AMS 5580 ASTM B517 UNS N06600
AMS 5665 ASTM B564
AMS 5687 DIN 2.4816
ASTM B163 MIL N-23228
ASTM B166 MIL N-23229  
ASTM B167 MIL N-6710  
ASTM B168 MIL T-23227  

GENERAL INFORMATION :

  • Principal Design Features
    A general purpose structural engineering material for use at high temperatures where strength, stability, and durability are important. The alloy also has very good corrosion resistance. When considering this alloy,also investigate Alloy 690, which doubles the chromium content, to improve stress corrosion cracking capabilities.
  • Applications :
    Heaters, heat exchangers, chemical process equipment, heat treat furnace components and fixtures and gas turbine components.
  • Forms & shapes :
    Wire, Sheet, Plate, Strip, Round Bars, Hexagonal, Flats, Square, Angle, Channel, Blanks, Tubes, Billets, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Forging Rings, Special Shape Forgings, Fasteners Etc.

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dot   Inconel 625

 

inconel_625

 

Inconel 625 alloys is a nickel chromium-molybdenum alloy with excellent strength from room temperature up to about 1500°F (816°C). At higher temperatures, its strength is generally lower than that of other solid-solution strengthened alloys. Alloy 625 has good oxidation resistance at temperatures up to 1800°F (980°C) and provides good resistance to aqueous corrosion, but generally not as effectively as modern HASTELLOY® corrosion resistant alloys.


 

RELATED METALS :
Nicrofer 6020 hMo(tm)
VLX625(tm)
Udimet 625(tm)
Nickelvac 625(tm)
HAYNES(r) 625 alloy
Chronin 625(tm)
Altemp 625(tm)
Pyromet Alloy 625(tm)
Custom Age 625 +(tm)
HAYNES(r) 625 alloy(tm)
Nicrofer 6020(tm)
Pyromet 625(tm)

SPECIFICATIONS:

AMS 5581 ASTM B446
AMS 5599 ASTM B704
AMS 5666 ASTM B705
AMS 5837 DIN 2.4856
AMS 5879 GE B50TF133
ASTM B366 MIL E-21562 (RN625)
ASTM B443 UNS N06625
ASTM B444

CHEMISTRY DATA :

Aluminum 0.4 max
Carbon 0.1 max
Chromium 20 – 23
Cobalt 1 max
Iron 5 max
Manganese 0.5 max
Molybdenum 8 – 10
Nickel Balance
Niobium 3.15 – 4.15
Phosphorus 0.015 max
Silicon 0.5 max
Sulphur 0.015 max
Titanium 0.4 max

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • Principal Design Features
    This nickel-chromium-molybdenum wrought alloy is an excellent general purpose material for elevated temperature use in high strength, oxidation problem applications. It also has excellent corrosion resistance to many acids and resists intergranular attack and stress-corrosion cracking.
  • Applications
    The alloy finds use in high temperature applications such as heat exchangers and gas turbine components. Because of its good corrosion resistance it is also used in wet scrubbers and some acid process equipment.
  • Forms & shapes
    Wire, Sheet, Plate, Strip, Round Bars, Hexagonal, Flats, Square, Angle, Channel, Blanks, Tubes, Billets, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Forging Rings, Special Shape Forgings, Fasteners Etc.

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dot    Inconel 800

 

inconel_800

 

Incoloy 800 is widely used in equipment that must have high strength and resistance to oxidation, carburization and other harmful effects of high temperature exposure. For service requiring optimum creep and rupture properties, Incoloy 800H or 800 HT are used. The high contents of nickel and chromium in the alloys also give good corrosion resistance.


Incoloy 800 is a solid solution strengthened alloy of nickel, chromium and iron with small additions of aluminium and titanium. Incoloy 800H and Incoloy 800HT are developments of Incoloy 800, which give better performance at high temperature. ASME design codes give significantly higher design strengths for Incoloy H and HT than Incoloy 800, and allow their use to higher temperatures. AS1210 prequalifies Incoloy 800 for use to 800oC. ASME specifications allow the use of Incoloy 800 to 815oC, and of Incoloy 800H and 800HT to 982°C.

Typical Applications: Thermal processing equipment in industrial applications, such as baskets, trays and fixtures. In chemical or petrochemical processing it is used for heat exchangers and piping systems in nitric acid media, especially where resistance to chloride stress corrosion cracking is required.

Description: Incoloy 800/800H/800HT are solid solution nickel chromium iron alloys with small additions of aluminium and titanium to improve corrosion and oxidation resistance. They are used for high temperature service, where resistance to oxidation and carburization are required. For optimum stress rupture properties, or for pressure vessel service above 815oC, Incoloy 800H or Incoloy 800HT should be used.

Austral Wright Metals can supply these alloys as plate, sheet and strip, rod and bar, seamless and welded tube and pipe, fittings, condenser & heat exchanger tube, forgings and forging stock.

Oxidation Resistance The chromium and nickel contents of the alloy give excellent oxidation resistance, good resistance to carburization and resistance to sulphidation at low concentrations of oxidizing and reducing sulfur. The alloy also has reasonable resistance to nitridation in cracked ammonia, but falls short of the resistance of Inconel 600.

 

Chemical Composition:

(ASTM B407, Seamless pipe & tube)

Element Incoloy 8000 Incoloy 800H Incoloy 800HT
Nickel 30.00 – 35.00 30.00 – 35.00 30.00 – 35.00
Chromium 19.00 – 23.00 19.00 – 23.00 19.00 – 23.00
Iron 39.50 min 39.50 min 39.50 min
Carbon 0.10 max 0.05 – 0.10 0.06 – 0.10
Aluminum 0.15-0.60 0.15-0.60 0.25-0.60
Titanium 0.15-0.60 0.15-0.60 0.25-0.60
Aluminum + Titanium 0.30 -1.20 0.30 – 1.20 0.85 – 1.20
ASTM Grain size Not specified 5 or coarser

RELATED METALS:
VLX800(tm)
AL 800(tm)
Ferrochronin 800(tm)
Nickelvac 800(tm)
Nicrofer 3220(tm)
Nicrofer 3220 LC(tm)
Sanicro 30(tm)
CM 800H(tm)


SPECIFICATIONS:

AMS 5766 ASTM B409
AMS 5871 ASTM B514
ASTM B163 ASTM B515
ASTM B366 ASTM B564
ASTM B407 DIN 1.4876
ASTM B408 UNS N08800

GENERAL INFORMATION :

  • Principal Design Features
    A Ni-Cr-Fe alloy that resists high temperature oxidation. This alloy is a first choice for an upgrade from the 300 series stainless steels when improved performance or strength at temperature is required. For higher ASME Boiler and Pressure Code design values, consider Alloy 800HT.
  • Applications
    Heat treating equipment and fixtures. Sheathing for electric resistance alloy tubular heating elements. Heat exchangers.
  • Forms & shapes
    Wire, Sheet, Plate, Strip, Round Bars, Hexagonal, Flats, Square, Angle, Channel, Blanks, Tubes, Billets, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Forging Rings, Special Shape Foxrgings, Fasteners Etc.

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dot    Inconel 800 HT

 

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The Inconel 800 HT are nickel-iron-chromium super alloys that have excellent properties of high temperature strength and resistance to oxidation, carburization and other types of high temperature corrosion. Alloy 800, 800H and 800HT are used in various applications from furnace components, petrochemical furnace cracker tubes to sheathing for electrical heating elements.

RELATED METALS:
Sanicro 41(tm)
Nicrofer 4221(tm)
VLX825(tm)
Cabvalloy alloy 825(tm)
Nickelvac 825(tm)
Cabvalloy 825(tm)

SPECIFICATIONS:

ASTM B163 ASTM B704
ASTM B423 ASTM B705
ASTM B424 DIN 2.4858
ASTM B425 UNS N08825
ASTM B564

CHEMISTRY DATA

Aluminum 0.2 max
Carbon 0.05 max
Chromium 19.5 – 23.5
Copper 1.5 – 3
Iron Balance
Manganese 1 max
Molybdenum 2.5 – 3.5
Nickel 38 – 46
Phosphorus 0.03 max
Silicon 0.5 max
Sulphur 0.03 max
Titanium 0.6 – 1.2

GENERAL INFORMATION :

  • Principal Design Features
    An austenitic nickel-iron-chromium alloy with additions of other alloying elements to enhance resistance to chemical corrosion.
  • Applications :
    Chemical process equipment, pickling, acid production piping and vessels.
  • Forms & shapes
    Wire, Sheet, Plate, Strip, Round Bars, Hexagonal, Flats, Square, Angle, Channel, Blanks, Tubes, Billets, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Forging Rings, Special Shape Forgings, Fasteners Etc.

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dot   Inconel 718
inconel_718

Our wide range of inconel fasteners features high mechanical strength, close dimensional tolerance and excellent finishing. These fasteners are simple for easy installation and removal. We offer a complete portfolio of fasteners including stud bolts, hex bolts, square bolts, hex nuts, t-head bolts etc. Available in different grades of inconel with varying dimensions at the most competitive prices.

RELATED METALS:
Altemp 718 ™
HAYNES (r )718 alloy
Nicrofer 5219Nb ™
Pyromet Alloy 718 ™
Pyrotool Alloy7 ™
Udimet718 ™
Allvac718 ™
HAYNES (r) 718alloy ™
Pyromet 718 ™

SPECIFICATIONS :

AMS 5589 DIN 2.4668 SPS M275
AMS 5590 DIN 2.4688 SPS M637
AMS 5596 GE B14H89 UNS N07718
AMS 5597 GE B50 TF14
AMS 5662 GE B50 TF69
AMS 5663 GE B50TF14
AMS 5664 GE B50TF15
AMS 5832 PWA 1009
ASTM B637 PWA 1010
ASTM B670 PWA 1033
RBO 170-153

CHEMISTRY DATA :

Aluminum 0.2 – 0.8
Boron 0.006 max
Carbon 0.08 max
Chromium 17 – 21
Cobalt 1 max
Copper 0.3 max
Iron Balance
Manganese 0.35 max
Molybdenum 2.8 – 3.3
Nickel 50 – 55
Niobium 4.75 – 5.5
Phosphorus 0.015 max
Silicon 0.35 max
Sulphur 0.015 max
Titanium 0.65 – 1.15S

GENERAL INFORMATION :

  • Principal Design Features
    This is a high-strength, high-temperature resistant and corrosion resistant nickel-chromium alloy. It is suitable for use at cryogenic temperatures and also for use in air up to 1300F. The alloy is readily worked and can be age-hardened.
  • Applications
    Applications include gas turbine hot section components and cryogenic storage tanks.
  • Physical Data
    Density (lb / cu. in.) 0.29
    Specific Gravity 7.98
    Specific Heat
    (Btu/Ib/DegF-[32-212 Deg F)
    0.104
    Electrical Resistivity
    (microhm – cm (at 68Deg F)
    753
    Melting Point (Deg F) 2420
    Poissons Ratio 0.284
    Thermal Conductivity 77
    Mean Coeff Thermal
    Expansion
    7.3
    Magnetic Permeability 1.001
    Modulus of Elasticity Tension 29

     

  • Forms & Shapes :
    Wire, Sheet, Plate, Strip, Round Bars, Hexagonal, Flats, Square, Angle, Channel, Blanks, Tubes, Billets, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Forging Rings, Special Shape Forgings, Fasteners Etc.