Nickel Alloys

Nickel Alloys

The term Nickel Alloys covers a range of materials where nickel is added to high chromium stainless steel to create a class of corrosion and heat resistant steels where the tendency of nickel to form austenite is responsible for toughness and high strength at both high and low temperatures. Nickel also improves resistance to oxidation and corrosion. It increases toughness at low temperatures when added in smaller amounts to alloy steels. Nickel and nickel alloys are used for a wide variety of applications, including aircraft, gas and steam turbines, medical applications, nuclear power systems, and of most interest to Broder Metals Group, fastener manufacturers and specialist machinists serving the oil, chemical and petrochemical industries

nickel alloys
Properties: Heat Resistant, Corrosion Resistant, Acid Resistant
Applications: Chemical and Food Industry, Aero Engine Parts

 

Ni Cr Co Mo W Fe Al Ti Cu Nb Others
Hastelloy A 57 1.0* 21 19
Hastelloy B 62 1.0* 2.5* 28 5.5 0.4 V
Hastelloy B2 66 1.0* 0.75* 28 2.0* 0.4*
Hastelloy C276 56 16 2.5* 17 4 5.5 0.4* 0.35* V
Hastelloy C22 54 21 2.5* 14 3 5.0* 0.4* 0.35* V
Hastelloy C4 54 16 1.25* 16 2.0* 0.4* 0.5*
Hastelloy D 85 1.0* 1.0* 4.0* 9 Si
Hastelloy F 45 22 2.5* 6 1.0* 18 2
Hastelloy G 44 22 6.5 1.0* 20 2 2
Hastelloy N 72 7 0.2 16.5 0.5 5.0* 0.25 0.25 0.01 B
Hastelloy R 66 15.5 1.5* 5 7.0* 2.2 2.5
Hastelloy S 68 15.5 14.5 1 0.5 Mn
0.4 Si
Hastelloy W 63 5 2.5* 24.5 5.5 0.6 V
Hastelloy X 47 22 1.5 9 0.6 18.5
Langalloy 4R 65 30 5
Langalloy 5R 57 16 17 5 5
Langalloy 7R 58 23 6 2 5 6
PE 7 37 18 2 5 35 1.2 1.2
PE 10 64 20 6 2.5 6.5
PE 11 38 18 5.2 34 0.8 2.3
PE 13 48 22 1.5 9 0.6 18.5
PE 16 44 16.5 3.5 33 1.2 1.2
Illium G 57 22.5 6.4 6.5 6.5
Illium R 64 22 5 6 2.5
C130 62 22 10 0.5 1 2.7
Inconel 600 75.5 15.5 7
Inconel 601 60.5 23 14.1 1.35
Inconel 625 61 21.5 9 3 3
Inconel 690 61 29 9
Inconel 702 79 15.6 0.4 3.4 0.7
Inconel 706 41.5 16 1 36 1.75 2.9
Inconel 713C 72 13.4 4.5 1.5* 6.2 1.0* 2.3
Inconel 718 53 18.5 3 18 0.8 5
Inconel W(722) 75 15 6.5 0.6 2.4
Inconel X(X750) 73 15 1 7 0.9 2.5 0.9
GMR 235 63 15.5 5.2 10 3.7 2 0.06 B
IN-102 67 15 2.9 3 7 0.5 2.9
IN-162 74 10 4 2 0.5 6.5 1 1 2.0 Ta
IN-657 49 48 1.5
Incoloy 800 32 20 47
Incoloy 825 40 21 3 32 1 2
Incoloy 901 42 12.5 1.0* 5.7 35 0.35* 2.9
Incoloy DS 37 18 42 2.3 Si
R55 52 23 4 2 8 6 4.0 Si
AISI 310(HK) 20 25 BAL 2 Mn
2 Si
0.35 C
AISI 330(HT) 35 15 BAL 2.5 Si
Nimonic 75 77 20 5.0* 0.15 0.4
Nimonic 80 74 20 2.0* 1.5* 1.3 2.2
Nimonic 81 65 30 1.0* 1 1.75
Nimonic 86 64.5 25 10 0.15 Mn
0.03 Ce
Nimonic 942 48 12.5 1.0* 5.5 25 4 3.7 0.015 B
PD16 (PD21) 71 6 1.0* 2 11 6 0.2 1.5 0.02 B
0.13 Zr

* indicates maximum

The figures shown are nominal compositions of the various alloys. For more specific information please consult our technical staff.

This information is the result of a rigorous and exhaustive study of many sources. Whilst the greatest possible care has been taken to ensure its accuracy,we cannot accept responsibility for any errors or omissions that may have occurred during its compilation. Acknowledgement is made of the various tradenames, which appear for reference purposes only, that have been used in assembling this data.

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