What is Nickel Alloy?

Nickel Alloy High Temp Designed to provide unique strength and/or corrosion properties at elevated temperatures. Properties such as high strength, high creep resistance, resistance to softening, or resistance to metal loss at high temperatures from oxidation, sulfidation, or carburization are present.
Nickel Alloy Corrosion These alloys are intended for applications in the chemical processing, petroleum refining, marine, pollution, and waste control industries where common austenitic stainless steels may not provide adequate corrosion protection.
A330 An austenitic nickel-iron-chromium alloy developed to provide excellent resistance to carburizing and oxidizing atmospheres at elevated temperatures.
A400/A400AR A ductile nickel-copper alloy with resistance to a variety of corrosive conditions (annealed and hot rolled conditions).
A600 Nickel chromium alloy designed for use from cryogenic to 2000°F. It is non-magnetic and readily weldable.
A625 An austenitic nickel-base super alloy possessing exceptional fatigue resistance with excellent resistance to oxidation and corrosion over a wide range of conditions.
A800/800H/
800AT
Nickel chromium alloys designed to resist oxidation and carburization at elevated temperatures. They are highly resistant to chloride stress corrosion cracking and to enbrittlement from precipitation of sigmaphase.
A825 An austenitic nickel-iron-chromium alloy developed for exceptional corrosion resistance in both oxidizing and reducing environments.
C276 A nickel-moly-chrome-iron-tungsten alloy which is one of the most corrosive resistant alloys used in the severest conditions.

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