Nickel Alloys Strips
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Nickel Alloys Strips
Nickel alloys strips are used extensively because of their corrosion resistance, high-temperature strength and their special magnetic and thermal expansion properties.
Our range of products include nickel alloy 200 strips, nickel 201 strips, nickel alloy 400 strips, alloy 600 strips, alloy 625 strip, alloy 718 strip and other high temperature nickel alloys.
The nickel based alloy strip is supplied in standard coil sizes of 1.0mm to 1200mm wide and 0.10 to 3.0mm thick.
Whatever size at whatever tight tolerance of nickel alloys strips you demand, HZW here is sure to have it!
Nickel Alloys Strips Specifications
|Product Name||Nickel alloys strips|
|Grades||Alloy 200/201, Alloy 400, K-500, 718, 625, 601, 600, 825, 800, 800H, 800HT, C22, C276, B, B2, B3, C4, C2000, G-35, 230, X750, 617, 925, etc|
|Standards||ASTM B36, UNS N02201, ASTM B127, ASTM B162, ASTM B163, UNS N02200, ASTM B366, ASTM B167, ASME SB-167, ASTM B168, ASME SB-168, DIN 2.4066, DIN 2.4068|
|Paper Core Internal |
|Ø 150mm,Ø300mm, Ø400mm, Ø500mm paper core, special internal diameter core and without paper core on |
|Applications||Nickel alloys strips are ideally suited for a wide range of industries that require high-performance materials, including aerospace, marine, chemical processing, nuclear power generation and oil&gas production|
|Packaging||Wooden pallet/Wooden case|
|Payment Terms||30% TT deposit and 70% balance before shipment, 100% LC at sight|
|Delivery Time||7-10 working days|
|Shipping Port||Shanghai/Ningbo port|
|Sample||The sample of nickel alloy strip is available|
|Remark||Nickel alloy strip can be customized|
Nickel Alloys Strips Grades
Nickel is a versatile element and will alloy with most metals.
Nickel increases the hardenability of the material, allowing it to be heat treated.
Nickel based alloys strips are used extensively because of their corrosion resistance, high-temperature strength and their special magnetic and thermal expansion properties.
Nickel alloys strips grades:
- Nickel Alloy 200 (UNS N02200)
- Nickel Alloy 201 (UNS N02201)
- Alloy 400 (UNS N04400)
- Alloy 600 (UNS N06600)
- Alloy 601 (UNS N06601)
- Alloy 625 (UNS N06625)
- Alloy 718 (UNS N07718)
- Alloy 800 (UNS N08800)
- Alloy 825 (UNS N08825)
Nickel Alloys Strips: The Ultimate Guide
In recent years, nickel alloys have become a very popular choice for a variety of applications in various industries.
This is because of the great number of physical and chemical properties these alloys have acquired.
But before we dig deeper into the characteristics and applications of nickel alloy strips, let’s take a look at what they are and where they came from.
What are nickel alloys strips?
Nickel alloy strips are made of nickel, which is a silvery white and lustrous metal.
Due to its good corrosion resistance, heat resistance, low temperature strength and mechanical properties, Nickel is used as an important material in the aerospace, chemical processing, marine and power generation industries.
Nickel alloy strips resist corrosion in seawater, high temperatures, mild acids and alkalis. They also have high mechanical strength and can be welded easily.
Commonly used nickel alloys are: Alloy 600, 625 and 718; Alloy C22, C276; Alloy 400, K-500; Alloy 800 and 825; Alloy 20, etc.
Nickel alloy strip manufacturing process includes: cold rolling–annealing–cold rolling–annealing–coiling up-slitting.
1.What is nickel alloy 200 strip?
Nickel alloy 200 strip is a commercially pure nickel strip. It is composed of 99.6% nickel. This strip material is commonly used in heat exchangers, evaporators, and radiant heaters.
It has excellent resistance to caustic alkalies at various temperatures and concentrations, and good resistance to neutral salts as well as organic acids and dyestuffs.
Nickel alloy 200 strip combines good mechanical properties with excellent resistance to many corrosive environments. It is widely used for service in the chemical, food processing, petrochemical, pollution control and nuclear industries.
2.What is nickel alloy 201 strip?
Nickel alloy 201 strip is a low-cost alternative to commercially pure nickel (nickel 200) strip.
Nickel alloy 201 strip has many of the same characteristics as nickel strip, but at a lower cost. Nickel alloy 201 strip can be used in caustic evaporators and pickling operations.
Nickel alloy 201 strip is also used in the chemical process industry due to its excellent corrosion resistance and high thermal and electrical conductivity.
The low carbon content of the alloy makes it resistant to sensitization during welding and other thermal processes. It also makes it resist intergranular corrosion. The alloy is widely used in caustic soda production due to its resistance to chloride pitting.
Nickel 201 strip is not recommended for use in highly oxidizing acids or acid chlorides at elevated temperatures because of sensitization to intergranular corrosion. Also, the alloy is not recommended for use in hydrofluoric acid due to the formation of nickel fluoride, which may cause stress-corrosion cracking.
Nickel 201 is commonly used for chemical processing, aerospace, electronic parts, heat exchangers, valves, pump shafts and plastic molds.
3.What is nickel alloy c276 strip?
Nickel alloy c276 strip is a nickel-molybdenum-chromium alloy with addition of tungsten having excellent corrosion resistance in a wide range of severe environments.
The high molybdenum content makes it exceptionally resistant to pitting and crevice corrosion attack.
The low carbon content minimizes carbide precipitation during welding to maintain corrosion resistance in as-welded structures. Its high chromium content provides excellent resistance to oxidizing media while the molybdenum and tungsten content give good resistance to reducing media.
This nickel steel alloy also has excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking, pitting, erosion and corrosion fatigue, and it can be used under the temperature range from –196°C–600°C.
Nickel alloy c276 strip is widely used in marine and chemical processing applications which require resistance to corrosion, pitting and stress corrosion cracking.
Nickel alloys c276 strip are commonly used for:
- Heat exchangers
- Flue gas desulfurization systems
- Gas turbines
- Pulp and paper industry
- Pollution control equipment
4.What is nickel alloy c22 strip?
Nickel alloy c22 strip, is a versatile austenitic nickel-chromium-molybdenum-tungsten alloy with enhanced resistance to pitting, crevice corrosion and stress corrosion cracking.
The high chromium content provides good resistance to oxidizing media while the molybdenum and tungsten content give good resistance to reducing media.
This nickel steel alloy also has excellent resistance to oxidizing aqueous media including wet chlorine and mixtures containing nitric acid or nitric acid, hydrochloric acid and sulfuric acids.
The high chromium content of this nickel alloy makes it resistant to chloride ion stress corrosion cracking. The high tungsten content provides better resistance to general corrosion for annealed materials than other nickel alloys.
Nickel alloy c22 strip applications include: chemical process industry, including reactors, heat exchangers, evaporators, pressure vessels and transfer piping. Aerospace industries including aircraft engine components and chemical processing equipment.
5.What is nickel alloy 600 strip?
Nickel alloy 600 strip is a nickel-chromium alloy with excellent carburization, and good oxidation resistance at high temperatures.
It has high strength, good workability and weld ability. It also has excellent resistance to aqueous corrosion, high mechanical properties at cryogenic temperatures and it is non magnetic in the annealed condition.
Weldability of nickel alloy 600 strip can be achieved via shielded metal-arc welding, TIG, and MIG.
Nickel alloy 600 strip is primarily used in applications that require resistance to corrosion and heat.
It is commonly used in the chemical industry due to its corrosion resistance as well as its strength at high temperatures. It is often used in furnace components as well as specialty chemicals and food processing equipment.
Nickel alloy 600 strip is also commonly used in the aerospace industry due to its versatility and strength at high operating temperatures.
6.What is nickel alloy 625 strip?
Nickel alloy 625 strip is used in a variety of applications such as battery management systems, thermal management systems, power supplies, and more.
This nickel alloy contains 8% Molybdenum, 20-23% Chromium, and 3.15-4.15% Niobium, along with additional trace elements such as Tantalum, Aluminum, Cobalt, Tungsten, Titanium and Iron.
In terms of its mechanical properties at room temperature, nickel alloy 625 strip can be described as having moderate to high strength levels with outstanding toughness in a variety of environments.
7.What is nickel alloy 800 strip?
Nickel alloy 800 (UNS N08800) strip is an austenitic nickel-iron-chromium alloy with a controlled carbon content.
It is used for applications requiring high creep strength, where resistance to high temperature oxidation and carburization are also necessary.
Nickel alloy 800 (UNS N08800) strip is highly resistant to carburization, oxidation and nitriding atmospheres. The alloy maintains a stable, austenitic structure during prolonged exposure to high temperatures.
Nickel alloy 800 strip has excellent creep and stress rupture properties up to 2200°F (1200°C) and is produced by powder metallurgy for use in applications requiring optimum creep properties up to that temperature.
8.What is nickel alloy 825 strip?
Nickel alloy 825 strip, also known as UNS N08825 strip, is a nickel-iron-chromium alloy strip with additions of molybdenum and copper.
The nickel content of nickel alloy 825 strip is sufficient for resistance to chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking.
The chromium content provides resistance to both oxidizing and non-oxidizing chemicals. The addition of molybdenum gives the alloy a better overall corrosion resistant property than many standard stainless steels.
Nickel alloy 825 strip has good mechanical properties at both elevated and sub zero temperatures, which make it well suited to oil, gas and petrochemical industries.
9.What is nickel alloy 718 strip?
Nickel alloy 718 (UNS N07718) strip is a precipitation-hardening nickel-chromium alloy containing significant amounts of iron, columbium, and molybdenum, along with lesser amounts of aluminum and titanium.
It combines good corrosion resistance and oxidation resistance with high strength at temperatures to 1300°F.
Nickel alloy 718 strip is highly resistant to corrosion, has high electrical resistivity, exhibits excellent stress rupture strength, has good ductility and fracture toughness, and retains its strength at extremely high temperatures.
Nickel alloy 718 strip combines corrosion resistance and high strength with outstanding weldability including resistance to postweld cracking. The alloy also has excellent creep-rupture strength at temperatures to 1300°F (700°C).
Applications include gas turbine engine parts such as wheels, buckets, blades and other components that require high strength and corrosion resistance up to 1300°F (700°C), as well as various parts for the chemical processing industry.
10.What is nickel alloy 400 strip?
Nickel alloy 400 strip, also known as UNS N04400 strip, is made from 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.
Nickel alloy 400 strip has excellent mechanical properties at subzero temperatures.
Heat treating can further enhance the already impressive characteristics of this alloy.
11.What is nickel alloy k500 strip?
Nickel alloy k500 strip is a nickel-copper alloy with the same corrosion resistance and characteristics as nickel alloy 400.
However, the k500 alloy has a greater strength and hardness. The addition of aluminum and titanium to the nickel-copper base alloys provide this increased strength by precipitation hardening, also known as age hardening.
Nickel alloy k500 strip from the chemical composition, the nickel content of 62%, is a nickel-copper stainless steel, nickel alloy k500 strip with good corrosion resistance, excellent cold and hot processing performance and high strength, high toughness.
Nickel alloy k500 strip has a low coefficient of thermal expansion rate in the range of -250~ 350℃. The nickel alloy k500 strip has a double phase – austenite and precipitation hardening structure. After heat treatment (quenching + aging), the nickel alloy k500 strip can obtain a high mechanical properties in the section thickness of less than 16mm.
Corrosion Resistance: The corrosion resistance of the nickel alloy k500 strip is better than that of 316L stainless steel strip in molybdenum medium containing chloride ion. It has good corrosion resistance to sodium chloride solution, alkali and seawater environment containing chloride ion, but will be attacked by hydrochloric acid at high temperature.
Nickel alloy k500 strip applications:
Nickel-copper alloys are used for marine engineering, chemical and hydrocarbon processing equipment, valves, pumps, shafts, fittings, fasteners, and heat exchangers.
What are the applications that nickel alloys strips can be used?
Nickel alloys strips are used in a variety of applications, some of the more popular include:
- The aerospace industry uses nickel superalloys for parts that operate at high temperatures
- Precise components for optical instruments, satellite, and space technology is often made from nickel alloys.
- The nuclear industry uses nickel alloys for its high corrosion resistance and superior strength.
- Nickel alloys are also used in the chemical industry due to their corrosion resistance.
What are the advantages of using nickel alloys strips?
Nickel alloys are alloyed with nickel as the main component and contain a small amount of other elements. According to different manufacturing processes, it is divided into two categories: casting and forging. Casting refers to a process in which molten metal is poured into a mold for solidification, and the latter refers to the process of processing by plastic deformation.
The advantages of nickel alloy strips are:
- High temperature strength and oxidation resistance;
- Good corrosion resistance;
- Good welding performance;
- Good high temperature performance;
- Good forming performance.
What are nickel alloys strips surface finish?
Nickel alloys strips can be supplied in various surface finishes.
- 2B Finish – Cold-rolled, smooth, matte finish, bright appearance, mill finish.
- No 1 Finish – Heat treated, annealed and descaled. Dull, rough mill or pickled finish.
- BA Finish – Cold rolled with bright annealed finish. Bright shiny appearance. Polished finish which may be slightly scratchy.
- Matt Finish – Cold rolled with abrasive belt to impart a matt surface. No reflective surface but may be slightly scratched (mirror polished finishes can also be defined by the grit size of the abrasive used).
- Brushed Finish – Cold rolled with wire brush to remove scale and impart a bright finish. The resulting finish is highly reflective and may have small fine scratch lines from the brushing operation.
How nickel alloys strips are made?
The nickel alloys strip that we make here is widely used in a variety of industries, but what exactly is it?
Nickel alloys strip is a flat rolled metal product that has been processed through a cold rolling mill to reduce the thickness and increase the strength of the material.
This process is commonly referred to as cold reducing.
Cold reducing is performed at room temperature, whereas hot rolling reduces metal at temperatures above what is considered room temperature.
Cold reducing results in increased strength, improved surface finish and greater uniformity in size.
In addition to manufacturing nickel alloys strip, HZW also offers additional services such as:
- Slitting: We can slit your nickel alloys strip to your desired widths.
- Edging: The edges of your nickel alloys strip can be rolled to prevent sharp edges and for easy handling.
- Oscillate Winding: Oscillate winding allows a coil to be wound using less space than traditional straight line coils, saving you money on shipping costs.
- Sampling: Our cut-to-length service allows us to process your nickel alloys strip into sheets of any size.
1.Nickel alloy 625 (UNS N06625) strip coil with 0.25mm thickness production process
How to buy nickel alloys strips?
Nickel buyers find and purchase their nickel needs through sourcing from manufacturers and distributors.
Buyers can consider many factors when choosing a supplier for their nickel requirements.
A variety of online sources offer information about the availability, quality, and pricing of nickel.
To buy nickel alloys strips, the buyer should consider:
- The supplier’s experience in the industry.
- The quality of goods manufactured by the supplier.
- The financial stability of the supplier.
- The supplier’s delivery system.
Nickel based alloys strips are products used in many applications such as aerospace and defense, power generation, chemical processing, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, electronics, pulp and paper industries.
Alloy strips from nickel based alloys can be difficult to procure and expensive to manufacture.
Often these materials are not readily available in the marketplace and therefore require additional lead time for manufacturing.
To get a quote for nickel based alloys strips you need to know:
- Quantity (Kgs/Tons)
- Size (Thickness x Width x Length)
- Material Grade (Alloy C276, C22, etc)
- Edge (Slit/Deburred/Round)
- Coil ID (200mm/300mm/400mm/500mm)
- Surface Finish (NO.1, 2D, 2H, 2B, Polishing Bright, HL, NO.4, BA, 6K, 8K, etc)