Monel® 400 is a nickel-copper alloy with high strength and excellent corrosion resistance in a range of media including sea water, hydrofluoric acid, sulfuric acid and alkalies.
Monel® 400 is used for marine engineering, chemical and hydrocarbon processing equipment, valves, pumps, shafts, fittings, fasteners and heat exchangers. Standard product forms are round, hexagon, flats, forging stock, pipe, tube, plate, sheet, strip and wire.
Ranging from chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturing to food processing, Alloy 20 is an austenitic nickel-iron-chromium super alloy that combines copper with molybdenum. Also known as Carpenter 20 and Incoloy® 20, this pipe is ideal for acidic environments - especially when sulfuric, phosphoric, or nitric acids are heavily processed. This also makes it the preferred choice for piping material where applications are dependent on superior corrosion, crevice, and pitting resistance. Alloy 20 pipe is widely adopted for food production as well as synthetics manufacturing for explosives, chemicals, and gasoline.
Nickel Alloy 200 is also known as Commercially Pure Nickel and Low Alloy Nickel. This alloy is 99.6 % pure wrought nickel and suitable for a wide range of applications. Nickel is well known for its extreme toughness and offers superior resistance against corrosive and caustic environments; whether operating indoors or outdoors.
Nickel Alloy C22 is a fully austenitic nickel-based superalloy that's cost-effective for clients seeking ease of forming combined with superior corrosion resistance. Also known as Inconel® 22 and Hastelloy® C22, this material is highly ductile, making cold forming easier. Inconel® 22 features resistance to an array of attacks from corrosion, pitting, crevice corrosion, intergranular, and stress corrosion cracking. Both cost effective and versatile; Inconel® 22 is used by a wide variety of industries.
Nickel Alloy C276 is otherwise known as Hastelloy® C276, a wrought alloy containing varying amounts of nickel, molybdenum, and chromium. Used for environments where aggressive and localized corrosion attacks are prevalent, this alloy provides resistance to powerful oxidizers that is why it is widely used by chemical processing industries. Nickel Alloy C276 tubing provides protection from acids, seawater, hypochlorites, ferric and cupric chlorides, wet chlorine gas, and chlorine dioxide. It's also ideal for either organic or inorganic hot contaminated media.
Nickel Alloy 600, also known as Inconel® 600, is an extremely versatile nickel-chromium alloy capable of resisting oxidation in temperatures up to 2000 ºF (1093 ºC). It's also used in cryogenic environments, thanks to a minimum of 72% Nickel combined with chromium in its chemical composition. It exhibits corrosion resistance to both organic and inorganic compounds, as well as chloride-ion stress induced cracking. Nickel Alloy 600 is used in a variety of critical applications that require protection from corrosion and heat. It consists of 72% Nickel, 14-17% Cr, 6-10% Fe, 1% Mn, and 0.5% Si.
Nickel Alloy 601 and Inconel® 601 is a general purpose alloy often used for a variety of engineering applications where resistance to heat and corrosion are vital. This nickel-chromium-iron alloy features an array of characteristics thanks to its high degree of metallurgical stability, good mechanical properties, and impressive creep rupture strength. It also exhibits good resistance to corrosion in aqueous environments. Consisting of 58-63% nickel, Nickel Alloy 601 includes a chemical content of 21-25% Cr, 1-1.7% Al, 1% Co, a balanced amount of Fe, a maximum of 1% Mn, 0.5% Si, 0.59% Si, and 0.015% S.
Combining high strength properties with ease of fabrication, Nickel Alloy 625 and Inconel® 625 is a popular nickel-chromium alloy used in nuclear power production, marine engineering, and aerospace. With the addition of molybdenum and niobium, Nickel Alloy 625 features enhanced strength characteristics. It offers outstanding thermal fatigue strength over a wide range of temperatures ranging from cryogenic to 1800 ºF (982 ºC). Nickel Alloy 625 is also resistant to oxidation as well as other corrosive elements. Nickel Alloy 625 is made with a minimum of 58% Nickel along with 20-23% Cr, 8-10% Mo, and 3.15-4.15% Nb. It also contains a maximum of 5% Fe, 1% Co, 0.50% Si, 0.15% P, and 0.15% S.
Within our 800 alloy family, we sell a unique nickel-iron-chromium alloy known as Incoloy® 800HT and Nickel Alloy 800HT that is designed to provide optimal performance at higher temperatures. While similar in characteristics to many other 800 alloys, 800HT offers the same chemical composition as Incoloy® 800H but with differing levels of carbon, aluminum, and titanium.
Our Nickel Alloy 825 and Incoloy® 825 offers enhanced corrosion resistance for industries and applications that operate in extremely harsh environments. Featuring nickel-iron-chromium content, this alloy also includes small amounts of molybdenum, copper, and titanium. Similar to most of the alloys in the Incoloy® family, Nickel Alloy 825 is made from a unique chemical composition of 38-46% Ni, a minimum of 22% Fe, 19-23.5% Cr, 2.5-3.5% Mo, 1.5-3% Cu, maximum of 1% Mn, and 0.6-1.2% Ti. Nickel Alloy 825 is used in an array of industries and applications where superior corrosion resistance is vital to plant operations.