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Nickel Alloy / Nickel Alloy Material / Nickel Alloy Grades / Nickel Alloy Types

Nickel is a versatile, highly corrosion resistant element that will alloy with most metals. Due to its corrosion resistance, nickel is used to maintain product purity in the processing of foods and synthetic fibers. Nickel Alloy is highly resistant to various reducing chemicals and is unexcelled in resistance to caustic alkalies. In addition, nickel has good thermal, electrical and magnetostrictive properties. Relatively high thermal conductivity of this metal has lead to its frequent use for heat exchangers

Our nickel based alloys have properties which offer superior performance in demanding applications:
Ni-Cu and Ni-Mo alloys for strongly reducing environments
Ni-Cr alloys for strongly oxidizing environments
Ni-Cr-Mo alloys for mixed environments
Ni-Cr-Plus alloys for elevated temperature applications

Nickel Supplier

We supply Nickel Alloy raw materials and products for use in some of the most demanding applications across the globe.
With on the ground stocks and processing facilities , we work in partnership with world-leading companies operating in the most challenging of industries. These include Oil & Gas; Gasket Manufacturing; Nuclear; Power Generation; and the Automotive Industry.
We understand the time-critical and technically complex nature of these extreme-environment projects. Our talented and skilled metallurgists along with our technical experts draw on their long experience and in-depth knowledge to deliver optimum and often groundbreaking solutions, within your budget and timescales.

PRECIPITATION HARDENED GRADES 718/725/925

These offer high strength and good corrosion resistance typically in sour gas well applications.

SOLID SOLUTION STRENGTHENED GRADES 625 AND 825

Grade 625 provides excellent resistance to chloride ion induced stress-corrosion cracking and is suitable for use in severe environments.

Alloy 825 is lower strength but still provides a high level of resistance to chloride-ion induced SCC.

 

Nickel Alloys: Standard Nickel Grades

Ni 200Nickel 200 is the most widely used standard grades of commercially available pure wrought Nickel alongwith and Nickel 201. These alloys offer good thermal conductivity, mechanical properties, resistance against many corrosive environments, in particular against caustic alkalis, low electrical resistivity, and good magnetostrictive properties. Nickel 200 is easily workable by forming and drawing.

Ni 201Nickel 201 is a low carbon variation of Ni200 and has a very low work hardening rate which allows it to be easily cold formed. It also offers better creep resistance and is preferred over Ni200 for applications that experience temperatures over 600°F (315°C). 

Ni 205–Nickel 205 is used for applications similar to those of Ni200, but mostly where higher purity and conductivity are required. Nickel 205 is produced by compositional adjustments to Ni200 chemistry. These adjustments help in improving properties needed for electrical and electronic applications.

Nickel Alloy Specifications

Alloy British Standard Werkstoff Nr UNS designation
Ni 200/201 BS 3075 (NA11) 2.4060 N 02200/01
Ni 205/205 LC 2.4061 N 02205

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Nickel Alloy Composition

Nominal Chemical Composition (%)

Alloy Ni Mn Fe Si Cu C Ti
Ni 200 Min 99.2 Max 0.30 Max 0.2 Max 0.10 Max 0.20 Max 0.10 Max 0.10
Ni 201 Min 99.2 Max 0.30 Max 0.2 Max 0.10 Max 0.20 Max 0.05 Max 0.10
Ni 205 Min 99.6 Max 0.20 Max 0.2 Max 0.10 Max 0.10 Max 0.05 Max 0.05
Ni 205 LC Min 99.6 Max 0.20 Max 0.2 Max 0.10 Max 0.10 Max 0.02 Max 0.05

Nickel Alloy Physical Properties (at room temperature)

Alloy Nickel Alloy Density Thermal 
Conductivity
Thermal Linear 
Expansion Coeff. 
(20-95 °C)
Electrical Resistivity 
at 20°C
g/cm³ W/m K 10-6/K µΩ-cm
Ni 200/201 8.89 70.20 13.3 9
Ni 205/205 LC 8.89 75.00 13.3 8.9

Compositions of some common nickel alloys

UNS No

Al Cr Co Fe Mo Ni Nb+Ta Ti W

N10276

  15.5   5.5 16 57     3.8

N06600

  15.5   8   76      

N06625

  21.5     9 61 3.6    

N08800

  21   46   32.5      

N07718

0.5 19   18.5 3 52.5 5.1    

N07090

1.5 19.5 16.5     60   2.5  

Typical properties of some common nickel alloys.

UNS No

Condition UTS (MPa) 0.2 Proof Stress (MPa) Elong. On 5cm (%) Hardness (HB) 1000hr Ruptire Str. 750°C (MPa)

N10276

Annealed 790 415 50 184 N/a

N06600

Annealed 550-690 210-430 55-35 120-170 38

N06625

Annealed 930 520 45 180 160

N08800

Annealed 520-690 210-410 60-30 120-184 70 (700°C)

N07718

Age Hardened 1350 1180 17 382 170

 

Nickel Alloy Melting Point

Material °F °C
Aluminum – Cadmium Alloy 2511 1377
Aluminum – Calcium Alloy 1013 545
Aluminum – Cerium Alloy 1211 655
Aluminum – Copper Alloy 1018 548
Aluminum – Germanium Alloy 801 427
Aluminum – Gold Alloy 1056 569
Aluminum – Indium Alloy 1179 637
Aluminum – Iron Alloy 2107 1153
Aluminum – Magnesium Alloy 819 437
Aluminum – Nickel Alloy 2525 1385
Aluminum – Platinum Alloy 2300 1260
Aluminum – Silicon Alloy 1071 577
Aluminum – Thorium Alloy 2259 1237
Aluminum – Zinc Alloy 720 382
Aluminum 1220 660
Antimony 1170 630
Arsenic – Antimony Alloy 1121 605
Arsenic – Cobalt Alloy 1681 916
Arsenic – Copper Alloy 1265 685
Arsenic – Indium Alloy 1348 731
Arsenic – Iron Alloy 2017 1103
Arsenic – Manganese Alloy 1598 870
Arsenic – Nickel Alloy 1479 804
Arsenic – Tin Alloy 1074 579
Arsenic – Zinc Alloy 1333 723
Beryllium 2345 1285
Beryllium – Copper Alloy 1587 – 1750 865 – 955
Bismuth 520.5 271.4
Brass 1710 930
Brass, Admiralty 1650 – 1720 900 – 940
Brass, Yellow 1660 – 1710 905 – 932
Bronze, Aluminum 1190 – 1215 600 – 655
Bronze, Manganese 1590 – 1630 865 – 890
Cadmium 610 321
Carbon Steel 2600 – 2800 1425 – 1540
Cast Iron 2150 – 2360 1175 – 1290
Chromium 3380 1860
Cobalt 2723 1495
Copper 1983 1084
Gold – Antimony Alloy 680 360
Gold – Bismuth Alloy 466 241
Gold – Cadmium Alloy 932 500
Gold – Cerium Alloy 968 520
Gold – Germanium Alloy 673 356
Gold – Lanthanum Alloy 1042 561
Gold – Lead Alloy 419 215
Gold – Magnesium Alloy 1067 575
Gold – Manganese Alloy 1760 960
Gold – Silicon Alloy 685 363
Gold – Sodium Alloy 1609 876
Gold – Tellurium Alloy 781 416
Gold – Thallium Alloy 268 131
Gold – Tin Alloy 532 278
Gold – Uranium Alloy 1571 855
Gold 1945 1063
Hastelloy (C) 2410 – 2460 1320 – 1350
Hydrogen -434.83 -259.35
Incoloy 2540 – 2600 1390 – 1425
Nickel 2540 – 2600 1390 – 1425
Iridium 4440 2450
Iron – Antimony Alloy 1378 748
Iron – Gadolinium Alloy 1562 850
Iron – Molybdenum Alloy 2646 1452
Iron – Niobium Alloy 2498 1370
Iron – Silicon Alloy 2196 1202
Iron – Tin Alloy 2061 1127
Iron – Yttrium Alloy 1652 900
Iron – Zirconium Alloy 2421 1327
Iron 2797 1536
Lead – Antimony Alloy 477 247
Lead – Platinum Alloy 554 290
Lead – Praseodymium Alloy 1908 1042
Lead – Tellurium Alloy 765 407
Lead – Tin Alloy 369 187
Lead – Titanium Alloy 1337 725
Lead 621 327.5
Magnesium – Antimony Alloy 1080 582
Magnesium – Nickel Alloy 945 507
Magnesium – Praseodymium Alloy 1085 585
Magnesium – Silicon Alloy 1742 950
Magnesium – Strontium Alloy 799 426
Magnesium – Thorium Alloy 1080 582
Magnesium – Zinc Alloy 648 342
Magnesium 1200 650
Manganese 2271 1244
Mercury -37.95 -38.86
Molybdenum – Nickel Alloy 2403 1317
Molybdenum – Niobium Alloy 4167  
Molybdenum – Osmium Alloy 4311 2377
Molybdenum – Rhenium Alloy 4545 2507
Molybdenum – Ruthenium Alloy 3501 1927
Molybdenum – Silicon Alloy 3771 2077
Molybdenum 4750 2620
Monel 2370 – 2460 1300 – 1350
Nickel – Antimony Alloy 2016 1102
Nickel – Thorium Alloy 1886 1030
Nickel – Tin Alloy 2066 1130
Nickel – Titanium Alloy 2043 1117
Nickel – Tungsten Alloy 2732 1500
Nickel – Vanadium Alloy 2192 1200
Nickel – Zinc Alloy 1607 875
Nickel 2647 1453
Niobium 4473 2470
Nitrogen -345.73 -209.85
Osmium 5477 3025
Oxygen -361.75 -218.75
Platinum 3220 1770
Plutonium 1180 640
Potassium 146 63.3
Red Brass 1810 – 1880 990 – 1025
Rhodium 3569 1965
Selenium 423 217
Silicon 2572 1411
Silver – Aluminum Alloy 1044 562
Silver – Antimony Alloy 905 485
Silver – Arsenic Alloy 1004 540
Silver – Calcium Alloy 1017 547
Silver – Cerium Alloy 977 525
Silver – Copper Alloy 1431 777
Silver – Germanium Alloy 1204 651
Silver – Lanthanum Alloy 964 518
Silver – Lead Alloy 579 304
Silver – Lithium Alloy 293 145
Silver – Magnesium Alloy 882 472
Silver – Palladium Alloy 1204 651
Silver – Silicon Alloy 1539 837
Silver – Strontium Alloy 817 436
Silver – Tellurium Alloy 662 350
Silver – Thorium Alloy 1641 894
Silver – Zirconium Alloy 1521 827
Silver 1760 961
Sodium 208 97.83
Steel 2750 1510
Tantalum 5400 2980
Thorium 3180 1750
Tin 449.4 232
Titanium 3040 1670
Tungsten 6150 3400
Uranium 2070 1132
Vanadium 3450 1900
Water Melting Point 32 0
Zinc 787 419.5

Nickel Price per Pound

Nickel Price in India: US $10-12 per Pound

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What are the Characteristics of Nickel?

  • Corrosion resistance
  • High Electrical Conductivity
  • High temperature resistance

Nickel Alloy alternatives to trademark “brand” names.

  • Alloy C276 alternative to Hastelloy C-276 and Hastelloy C
  • Alloy B-2 alternative to Hastelloy B-2
  • Alloy C-22 alternative to Hastelloy C-22
  • Alloy X alternative to Hastelloy X and Nickel HX
  • Alloy 20 alternative to Carpenter 20 and Incoloy 20
  • Alloy718 alternative to Nickel 718
  • Alloy 800 alternative to Incoloy 800
  • Alloy 800H/HT alternative to Incoloy 800H/HT
  • Alloy 400 alternative to Monel 400
  • Alloy K-500 alternative to Monel K-500
  • Alloy 625 alternative to Nickel 625
  • Alloy 600 alternative to Nickel 600
  • Alloy 601 alternative to Nickel 601

In what Applications are Nickel Alloy used?

  • Nickel 200 and 201 alloys are used as leads for electrical & electronic components & as lead-in-wire components for lamps. They are used in making wire mesh & filters for chemical & petrochemical industry. They are also used in Ni-Cd batteries, for welding overlay, and for making flux cored wires for welding applications.

    Ni 205 is typically used for transistor housings, lead wires, anodes for electronic valves, and for making wire mesh and filters for chemical and petrochemical industry.

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