High Nickel Alloy

High nickel alloys represent the pinnacle of metallurgical engineering, harnessing the exceptional properties of nickel alongside other alloying elements to create materials with unmatched strength, corrosion resistance, and temperature stability. These alloys, often referred to as superalloys, are prized for their ability to withstand extreme environments encountered in aerospace, chemical processing, power generation, and other demanding industries. The hallmark of high nickel alloys is their outstanding resistance to corrosion and oxidation, even at elevated temperatures.
Nickel's inherent resistance to corrosion, when combined with elements such as chromium, molybdenum, and tungsten, forms a protective oxide layer that shields the material from degradation in aggressive environments. This corrosion resistance makes high nickel alloys indispensable in applications exposed to corrosive chemicals, seawater, and high-temperature gases. Furthermore, high nickel alloys exhibit exceptional mechanical properties, including high strength, toughness, and creep resistance.
  • ASTM B366 / B564 / B163 / B167 / B160 / B164 / B166 / B725

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STANDARD WERKSTOFF NR. UNS GOST AFNOR JIS BS EN
Nickel 200 2.4066 N02200 НП-2 N-100M NW 2200 NA 11 Ni 99.2
Monel 400 2.4360 N04400 МНЖМц 28-2,5-1,5 NU-30M NW 4400 NA 13 NiCu30Fe
Inconel 600 2.4816 N06600 МНЖМц 28-2,5-1,5 NC15FE11M NCF 600 NA 13 NiCr15Fe
Incoloy 800 1.4876 N08800 ЭИ670 Z8NC32-21 NCF 800 NA 15 X10NiCrAlTi32-20
Hastelloy C22 2.4602 N06022 NW 6022 NiCr21Mo14W
Alloy name UNS % Ni % Cr % Fe % Mo % Cu % Co % Other
200 N02200 99 min            
400 N04400 65 32          
B-2 N10665 68   2 28      
70-30 N06008 70 30          
C-Grade N06006 60 16 bal        
600 N06600 76 16 8        
601 N06601 60 23 bal       Al - 1.3
X-750 N07750 70 15 7      

Ti - 2.5

Al - 0.7

Nb - 1.0

825 N08825 42 21 25 3 2    
G-3 N06985 bal 22 20 7 2    
800 N08800 32 21 45       W - 3.5
C-276 N10276 bal 15 5 16      
C-22 N06022 bal 21 4 13      
59 N06059 bal 23 1.5 max 16      
C-2000 N06200 bal 23 3 max 16 1.6    
686 N06686 bal 21 2 max 16     W - 3.7
617 N06617 44.5 min 22 3 max 9   12  
Grade Density Melting Point Tensile Strength Yield Strength (0.2%Offset) Elongation
Alloy 200 8.9 g/cm3 1446 °C (2635 °F) Psi – 67000 , MPa – 462 Psi – 21500 , MPa – 148 45 %
Alloy 400 8.8 g/cm3 1350 °C (2460 °F) Psi – 80000 , MPa – 550 Psi – 35000 , MPa – 240 40 %
Alloy 600 8.47 g/cm3 1413 °C (2580 °F) Psi – 95,000 , MPa – 655 Psi – 45,000 , MPa – 310 40 %
Alloy 800 7.94 g/cm3 1385 °C (2525 °F) Psi – 75,000 , MPa – 520 Psi – 30,000 , MPa – 205 30 %
Alloy C22 8.69 g/cm3 1399 °C (2550 °F) Psi – 1,00,000 , MPa – 690 Psi – 45000 , MPa – 310 45 %

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