Nickel Alloys

Nickel Alloy Products Supplier

Nickel Alloy is a reliable substitute for stainless in certain circumstances. Nickel Alloys have a higher corrosion, strength, and heat resistance. Stainless Shapes is a trusted Nickel Alloy supplier. Contact us for a quote.

Nickel vs Stainless Steel

Superior heat exchangers are made from Nickel Alloys, which are commonly used to control and dissipate heat. Furthermore, they are able to resist corrosion better and in certain situations, nickel is superior where there is excess alkali.

Nickel Alloy

We carry a comprehensive selection of bar, plate, sheet, pipe, tube, coil, and custom profiles in a variety of alloys to fulfill your needs. Known for their strength and toughness, nickel alloys exhibit exceptional resistance to corrosion and possess superior elevated temperature properties. Moreover, our nickel alloys are non-ferrous and boast high strength, toughness, and electrical, magnetic, and magnetostrictive properties. In conclusion, the  commercially pure nickel we offer is renowned for its superior electrical and magnetic properties.

Alloys We offer:

200/201 – Nickel 200 is commercially pure which means that it is  at least 99.6% nickel. It boasts great resistance to chemicals and corrosive elements. Therefore, it is one of the best material for maintaining purity, 201 is the low carbon version of Nickel 200.

400/405 – Cold rolling usually hardens Nickel 400, which is a solid solution alloy. Various industries, such as marine and chemical processing, widely use this alloy.

600/601 – Nickel 600 is 72% nickel and primarily used for situations that require high resistance to corrosion and heat. Therefore, this is a great balance between being easy to work with while also being highly durable and sturdy.

625 – Nickel 625 is 58% percent nickel by default with the other majority metal being Chromium at almost 20%. Furthermore, this metal is created to withstand cryogenic and ~1800 degree temperatures and has high corrosion resistance and excellent fabricability.

718 – Nickel 718 is a combination of nickel and cobalt and must be a minimum of 50% nickel. In fact, we know 718 for its ability to resist post-weld cracking.

800H – Nickel 800H is only 30-35% nickel by default and is an amalgamation between Chromium and Iron, which has a minimum composition of 39.5%. Initially designed with the intention to marry the benefits of all of the listed metals, this guarantees high-temperature strength, maintaining chemical properties, resistance to oxidation and high temperatures as well as high-temperature corrosion.

825 – Nickel 825 comprises a minimum of 38% nickel and ~20% chromium and a minimum of 22% chromium. Furthermore, this alloy is designed to resist corrosive elements and provides high resistance for stress corrosion cracking.

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901 – Nickel 901 comprises of 42.5% nickel and only 12.5% chromium with a balancing element of Iron. Whereas, the fluctuation of iron suggests that relying solely on iron as the dominant factor over the others listed in the article is not advisable.

K500 – Nickel K500 is 63% nickel minimum and is an excellent corrosion resistance piece of steel. Aluminum and titaniuma are added to the base. Therefore, it allows it to work well under heat intense situations.

L605 – Nickel L605 is a mixed metal by being 9% nickel, 14% Tungsten, and 19% chromium at their minimums. This is why its a solid alloy with excellent high-temperature strength able to resist up to 2000 degrees. This is the most ideal for gas turbines such as rings, blades, and combustion chambers.

Alloy C276 –  This mixed metal is an ‘aggressive’ media metal. It is mostly chromium, molybdenum, iron, tungsten, and nickel. Localized corrosion resistance is high, and low carbon minimizes precipitation during welding.

Alloy X-750 – Alloy X-750 is 70% nickel minimum with the other top elements being chromium and iron. This is ideal for welding because it hardens during weld precipitation.

Alloy A286 – Alloy A286 has significant oxidation resistance and strength as well as being able to withstand temperatures near 1300 degrees. Made of 24% nickel, 13% chromium and elements of titanium, it makes it a very versatile metal.

Alloy 188 – Alloy 188 is another chromium-nickel-tungsten mixture that has a resistance of up to 2000 degrees and is adamant under such vicious conditions.

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