High Temperature and Corrosion Resistant Nickel Alloys
Are you looking for a metal alloy supplier that offers quality products with fast turn around times at competitive prices? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Our products, including Nickel 600 and Alloys 625, 718, and X750 are stored and pulled directly from warehouses on the east and west coasts. All the alloys featured below are high temperature/corrosion resistant alloys that are often used in the aerospace industry.
Nickel 600 is corrosion and heat resistant. Some of its applications include phenol condensers, mufflers, and furnace trays. Aside from being used in the aerospace industry, it’s used extensively in the chemical industry. Nickel 600 is reliable in standing up to chlorine ion stress corrosion cracking and ammonia, just to name two characteristics.
Alloy 625 is strong at high and low temperatures. Unlike some of its nickel-based counterparts, it has good weldability. In addition to being used in the aerospace industry, it’s used in the marine industry. Its properties allow it to be useful in seawater applications, thus, being applied to exhaust ducts for navy utility boats, submarine auxiliary propulsion motors, undersea communication cables, and much more.
Alloy 718 is a strong, temperature capable alloy that is used in aircraft engines. Similar to Alloy 625, 718 has superior weldability. Other applications include high strength bolts, cryogenic storage tanks, land-based turbines, and much more.
Alloy X750 is similar to Nickel 600 but contains aluminum (less than 1%) and titanium (2.5%), thus, it’s made precipitation hardenable. In addition, it’s non-magnetic and can be worked both hot and cold. Alloy X750 is applied to rocket engines, aircraft structures, nuclear reactors, and others.