What is Nickel Alloy?

Heat Resistant

These materials are designated to provide unique strength and/or corrosion properties at elevated temperatures, i.e., greater than 1000°F. Major attributes include properties such as high strength, high creep resistance, resistance to softening, or resistance to metal loss at high temperature from oxidation, sulfidation, or carburization. Nickel content ranges from approximately 25 to 60%, with critical amounts of chromium, molybdenum, columbium, and titanium.

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