Nickel Based Alloys

choose the nickel based alloys and superalloys

How to Choose the Nickel Based Alloys and Superalloys?

Nickel-based alloys and superalloys are divided into different grades according to chemical composition. These alloys are most widely used in the industry due to their excellent performance, corrosion resistance and high-temperature stability. Before describing both of these alloys, it is very important to know the difference between them. The nickel-based alloy has nickel as a …

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what are nickel based superalloys

What are Nickel-based Superalloys?

Nickel-based superalloys show outstanding strength, stability, and corrosion resistance at high temperatures. Superalloys are non-ferrous, and they get their strength from solid solution strengthening. With a small amount of Nickel, these alloys are considered high-performance for many applications. The design qualities of superalloys classify them, especially mechanical strength, toughness, and resistance to a variety of …

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astm b622 nickel based superalloys standard

ASTM B622: Nickel-Based Superalloys Standard Guide

ASTM stands for American Society of Testing Material, and B622 is ASTM’s approved standard for manufacturing nickel based alloys seamless pipes. This standard covers all the important features of nickel based alloy seamless pipe, such as mechanical properties, heat treatment, chemical composition, and inspection. The pipes and tubes of this standard have no seams and …

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alloy 800 vs alloy 825

Alloy 800 VS Alloy 825

Nickel based alloys are known for their excellent high-temperature strength and outstanding corrosion resistance. Both 800 and 825 alloys are solid solution-strengthened alloys with excellent corrosion resistance properties. There are some differences in their chemical composition and properties 825 has better corrosion resistance than 800 due to the addition of molybdenum and copper in its …

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