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High Nickel Alloy

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High Nickel Alloy

High Nickel Alloy

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TypeBars, Rods, Pellets
MaterialStainless Steel,Nickel Alloy,Carbon Steel
Temperature-452 F to 600 F
TechnologySintering / rotary swaging
Density16 to19 g/cm3
Chemical CompositionW+Fe+cu+Ni
Tensile strength800N / mm2

High nickel alloys, also known as nickel-based alloys or superalloys, are a group of materials that contain a significant amount of nickel, typically with additional alloying elements such as chromium, molybdenum, cobalt, and others. These alloys offer exceptional strength, corrosion resistance, heat resistance, and other specialized properties.

High nickel alloys are widely used in industries that require excellent performance in extreme conditions, including aerospace, power generation, chemical processing, oil and gas, and marine applications. They are known for their ability to withstand high temperatures, resist corrosion and oxidation, and maintain mechanical strength in challenging environments.

Some common high nickel alloys include:

  1. Inconel® Alloys: Inconel alloys, such as Inconel 600, Inconel 625, Inconel 718, are widely used high nickel alloys known for their excellent resistance to high temperatures, corrosion, and oxidation.

  2. Hastelloy® Alloys: Hastelloy alloys, such as Hastelloy C-276, Hastelloy C-22, offer exceptional resistance to corrosion, including harsh acids, pitting, and crevice corrosion.

  3. Monel® Alloys: Monel alloys, such as Monel 400 and Monel K-500, exhibit high strength and excellent resistance to corrosion in various environments, including seawater and acidic conditions.

  4. Nickel-based Superalloys: These alloys are specifically designed for high-temperature applications, such as jet engines, gas turbines, and power plants. They offer a combination of high strength, creep resistance, and thermal stability.

High nickel alloys are available in various forms, including bars, sheets, plates, pipes, and forgings, to suit different applications and manufacturing processes. These alloys often require specialized fabrication techniques and may be more expensive compared to standard stainless steels.

When selecting a high nickel alloy, it is important to consider the specific requirements of your application, including temperature, corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, and other factors. Consulting with material suppliers or experts knowledgeable in high nickel alloys can help you choose the most suitable alloy for your specific needs.

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Cupro Nickel

Cupro Nickel

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Size1/2 to 60 inches
MaterialStainless Steel,Nickel Alloy,Carbon Steel
Hollow SectionCircle
Thickness0.15 mm - 0.2 mm
Width10 - 1000 mm
ApplicationMarine Industry

Cupro Nickel, also known as Copper Nickel, is an alloy made primarily of copper (Cu) and nickel (Ni), with small additions of other elements such as iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn). It is known for its excellent resistance to corrosion, especially in seawater and other harsh environments. Cupro Nickel alloys are widely used in marine, offshore, and other industries where resistance to corrosion, biofouling, and erosion is critical.

Here are some key characteristics and applications of Cupro Nickel:

  1. Corrosion Resistance: Cupro Nickel alloys exhibit exceptional resistance to corrosion, including seawater corrosion, due to the protective oxide film that forms on their surface. This makes them suitable for various marine applications, such as shipbuilding, offshore oil and gas platforms, desalination plants, and heat exchangers.

  2. Mechanical Strength: Cupro Nickel alloys have good mechanical strength and ductility, allowing them to withstand high-pressure and high-temperature environments. They are often used in heat exchangers, condensers, and piping systems that require reliable performance under demanding conditions.

  3. Anti-Fouling Properties: Cupro Nickel alloys possess natural anti-fouling properties, which means they are resistant to the attachment of marine organisms such as barnacles and algae. This makes them suitable for components like ship hulls, heat exchanger tubes, and other equipment that come into contact with seawater.

  4. Thermal Conductivity: Cupro Nickel alloys have excellent thermal conductivity, making them effective in heat transfer applications. They are commonly used in heat exchangers, condensers, and HVAC systems.

  5. Biocompatibility: Cupro Nickel alloys are biocompatible and have low toxicity, which makes them suitable for medical applications such as prosthetics, surgical instruments, and dental equipment.

  6. Electrical Conductivity: Copper, the primary component of Cupro Nickel, is an excellent conductor of electricity. Cupro Nickel alloys retain good electrical conductivity, making them suitable for electrical connectors and other applications where electrical conductivity is essential.

Cupro Nickel alloys are available in various grades, such as CuNi90/10 (90% copper, 10% nickel) and CuNi70/30 (70% copper, 30% nickel), each with different properties suited for specific applications.

It's important to consider the specific requirements of your application, including corrosion resistance, mechanical strength, and thermal or electrical conductivity, when selecting the appropriate Cupro Nickel alloy. Consulting with material experts or suppliers with experience in Cupro Nickel can help you choose the right alloy for your specific needs.

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