Nickel Alloys

nickel alloys

What is Nickel Alloy?

Nickel will easily alloy with many other metals, such as chromium, iron, molybdenum, and copper. This can be used to create a large number of different alloys, which feature outstanding resistance to corrosion and has high temperature scaling, high temperature strength, and low coefficient of thermal expansion.

What are the types of Nickel alloy?

The following is a list of broadly categorized examples of the different nickel alloys.

Wrought Nickel – Pure nickel UNS N02200 is a chemical essential to the mineral industry for its resistance to alkalis and electrical conductivity. It’s also important for its properties in protecting against electromagnetic interference and in transducers.

Nickel Iron Alloy – These are used as soft magnetic compounds, as glass-surface seals, and as materials with defined thermal expansion properties.

Nickel Copper Alloy – Highly resistant to corrosion by alkaline solutions, non-oxidizing salts, and seawater are carbine materials. The most preferred is Alloy 400.

Nickel Molybdenum Alloy – In the event of an absence of oxidizing ions, the alloys of group B are particularly hard to oxidize without being broken down. Alloy B-2 is the most familiar.

Nickel Chromium Alloy – Due to their high resistance to scaling at both low and high temperatures, they feature exceptional high-temperature strength and high-electrical resistance.

Nickel Titanium Alloy – Nitinol (or nickel-titanium alloy [UNS #N01555]) has shape memory properties. When it is formed at one party temperature, then deformed at another party temperature, it will return to its initial shape when heated up again. The transition temperature range can be adjusted by adding substances to its construction.

Specifications of Nickel Alloy

Name Alloy type Alternative trade names
Nickel 200
99% + pure Nickel
Nickel 99.2
Nickel 201
99% + pure Nickel
Nickel 201, LC Nickel 99.2
Monel 400®
Nickel-Copper
Nickel Vac® 400, Nicorros® 400
Monel R405®
Nickel-Copper
-
Monel K500®
Nickel-Copper
-
Inconel 600®
Nickel-Chromium-Iron
Nickelvac® 600, Ferrochronin® 600
Inconel 601®
Nickel-Chromium-Iron
Pyromet® 601, Nicrofer® 601
Inconel 617®
Nickel-Chromium-Cobalt
Nicrofer® 617
Inconel 625®
Nickel-Chromium-Iron
Chornin® 625, Altemp® 625, Nickelvac® 625, Haynes® 625 Nicrofer® 6020
Inconel 718®
Nickel-Chromium-Iron
Nicrofer® 5219, Alvac® 718, Haynes® 718, Altemp® 718
Inconel X750®
Nickel-Chromium-Iron
Haynes X750®, Pyromet® X750, Nickelvac®X750, Nicorros® 7016
Incoloy 800®
Nickel-Chromium-Iron
Ferrochronin® 800, Nickelvac® 800, Nicrofer® 3220
Incoloy 825®
Nickel-Chromium-Iron
Nickelvac® 825, Nicrofer 4241®
Hastelloy C22®
Chromium-Molybdenum-Tungsten
Inconel® 22, Nicrofer® 5621
Hastelloy C276®
Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum
Nickelvac® HC-276, Inconel® 276, Nicrofer® 5716
Hastelloy B2®
Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum
Nimofer® 6928
Hastelloy X®
Nickel-Chromium-Iron-Molybdenum
Nickelvac® HX, Nicrofer® 4722, Altemp® HX, Inconel® HX
Vascomax® C250
Nickel-Cobalt-Molybdenum
Maraging C250™, Maraging 250™
Vascomax® 300
Nickel-Cobalt-Molybdenum
Maraging 300, Maraging C300®, and Vascomax® C300
Vascomax® C350
Nickel-Cobalt-Steel
Maraging C350™
Rene® 41
Nickel-Chromium
-
Multimet® N155
Nickel-Chromium-Cobalt
-
Waspaloy 25™
Nickel-Cobalt
-
Invar 36®
Nickel-Iron
Nilo 6®, Pernifer 6®
Invar 42®
Nickel-Iron
Nilo 42®

Nickel Alloy Grades and Chemical Composition

Alloy Cr Ni C Mn. Max. Si Max. P Max. S Max. Other Elements
Carpenter 20Cb-3
20.0
35.0
0.06 Max.
2.0
1.0
0.035
0.035
Cu 3.5, Mo 2.5, Nb+Ta 8xC Min/1.0 Max
Haynes 25 (L605)
20.0
10.0
0.05/0.15
2.0
1.0
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Co 50.0, W 15.0
Hastelloy B-2
1.0
68.0
0.02 Max.
1.0
0.10
0.04
0.03
Mo 28.0, Co 1.0
C-276
15.5
57.0
0.02 Max
1.0
0.08
0.03
0.03
Mo 16.0
Hastelloy X
21.8
47.5
0.05/0.15
1.0
1.0
0.04
0.03
Mo 9.0, Co 1.5
Inconel 600
15.50
76.0
0.15 Max.
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Inconel 601
23.0
60.5
0.10 Max.
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Al 1.00/1.70
Inconel 625
21.5
61.0
0.10 Max.
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Mo 9.0, Nb+Ta 3.6
Inconel 718
19.0
52.5
0.08 Max.
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Mo 3.0, Nb+Ta 5.1
Incoloy 800
21.0
32.5
0.10 Max.
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Incoloy 825
-
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Monel 400
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66.5
0.30 Max.
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Cu 31.5
Nichrome V
20.0
80.0
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Nickel 200
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99.6
0.15 Max.
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Nickel 201
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99.6
0.02 Max.
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Industrial Application of Nickel Alloys

Nickel Alloy is highly versatile and has excellent resistance to heat and corrosion properties. As a result, it can be used across a wide range of industries, such as:

Countries We Supply Nickel Alloys To

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Physical Properties of Nickel Alloy

Properties Metric Imperial
Density
8.89 g/cm3
0.321 lb/in3
Melting Point
1440°C
2624°F

Mechanical Properties of Nickel Alloy

Properties Metric Imperial
Tensile strength
650-880 MPa
94274-127663.2 psi
Yield strength
350-550 MPa
50763-79771 psi
Fatigue strength
275 MPa
39885.3 psi
Elongation at break
46%
46%

Benefits of Nickel Alloys

High Performance

Nickel alloys offer a wide variety of applications due to their high efficiency and strength that fully take advantage of Nickel’s many amazing properties. All Nickel alloys provide excellent toughness, durability and reliability in the harshest environments.

Suitable for harsh conditions

Nickel alloys have been known to include the 330 RA, called the workhorse of austenitic, heat resistant alloys due to its sheer ability to maintain durability in perilous surroundings. Along with the astounding tenacity displayed by the 330 RA, it gave brilliant resistance to carburization and oxidation when temperatures rose up to 1150 degrees Celsius.

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FAQ

Alloys containing nickel as the main element, such as Inconel 625 and Hastelloy C276, are nickel alloys.

Nickel has been used in Automotive and aerospace applications, manufacturing, chemical industries, oil and gas industries and many more.

Nickel Alloys are categorized as – Wrought Nickel, Nickel Iron Alloy, Nickel Copper Alloy, Nickel Molybdenum Alloy, Nickel Chromium Alloy, Nickel Titanium Alloy and available in grades Haynes 25 (L605), Hastelloy B-2, C-276, Hastelloy X.

The price of 1kg nickel alloy in India is around Rs 2400/-* To know more about price click here

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