Nickel alloy steel pipe is a special type of alloy steel pipe, which is notable for containing a large amount of nickel as its main alloying element.
Nickel alloy steel pipe is a special type of alloy steel pipe, which is notable for containing a large amount of nickel as its main alloying element. Nickel is a metal with excellent mechanical properties, and when it is added to alloy steel pipes, the overall performance of steel pipes can be significantly improved. Specifically, the addition of nickel can increase the strength of the steel pipe, so that it can withstand greater pressure and impact. At the same time, nickel can also improve the toughness of the steel pipe, so that it is not easy to break when subjected to external force. In addition, nickel also has good corrosion resistance, which means that nickel alloy steel pipes can maintain their integrity in the face of corrosive substances, thus extending their service life.
Because nickel alloy steel pipes have such excellent properties, they are widely used in the industrial field. Especially in those occasions that require materials to work stably in high temperature and high pressure environments, nickel alloy steel pipes have become the preferred material. For example, in the chemical processing industry, many chemical reactions need to be carried out under high temperature and pressure conditions, and nickel alloy steel pipes can provide the necessary temperature and pressure resistance. Similarly, in the oil and gas industry, pipelines need to be able to withstand the high pressure and potentially corrosive substances underground, and nickel alloy steel pipes also perform well. In the power generation industry, whether thermal power generation or nuclear power generation, nickel alloy steel pipes are able to maintain stability in extreme working environments.
In addition to the above industries, the application of nickel alloy steel pipes in the aerospace and Marine industries is also very critical. In the aerospace field, aircraft and spacecraft will encounter extreme temperature changes and high pressure environments during flight, and the high strength and corrosion resistance of nickel alloy steel pipes make them ideal materials for manufacturing these aircraft. In the Marine industry, equipment and structures are often exposed to salt water environment, which requires materials must have very high corrosion resistance, nickel alloy steel pipe can also meet this requirement, so it has been widely used in offshore drilling platforms, ship construction and other aspects.
Grade Description and Applications of Nickel and Nickel Alloys
High Temp. Nickel Alloys
Designed to provide unique strength and/or corrosion properties at elevated temperatures. Properties such as high strength, high creep resistance, resistance to softening, or resistance to metal loss at high temperatures from oxidation, sulfidation, or carburization are present.
Corrosion Resistant Nickel Alloy
These alloys are intended for applications in the chemical processing, petroleum refining, marine, pollution, and waste control industries where common austenitic stainless steels may not provide adequate corrosion protection.
An austenitic nickel-iron-chromium alloy developed to provide excellent resistance to carburizing and oxidizing atmospheres at elevated temperatures.
Nickel-Iron-Chromium alloy offering Industrial furnaces and components, excellent resistance to oxidation and chemical processing equipment, power carburization at elevated temperatures generation and ore processing
Nickel-Copper alloy with high strength and excellent corrosion resistance
Marine engineering, Chemical and hydrocarbon processing equipment, Valves, Pumps, Shafts, Fittings, Fasteners, Heat exchangers
Oxidation resistance at high temperatures
Furnace components, Chemical and food processing, Nuclear engineering
Nickel-Cr-Moly+Niobium to provide high strength
Chemical processing, Aerospace and marine engineering, Pollution control equipment, Nuclear reactors
Nickel-Iron-Chromium alloy with high creep strength
Chemical and petrochemical processing, Power plants for super-reactor and reheater tubing, Industrial furnaces, Heat treating equipment
An austenitic nickel-iron-chromium alloy developed for corrosion resistance in both oxidizing and reducing environments.
Air pollution control, chemical and petrochemical, food process, nuclear, offshore oil and gas production, ore processing, petroleum refining, steel pickling and waste disposal.
Nickel-Moly-Cr alloy with tungsten
Pollution control, Chemical processing, Pulp and paper production, Waste treatment
(0.2%Offset) Yield Strength
MPa – 148 and Psi – 21500
1446 °C (2635 °F)
MPa – 462 and Psi – 67000
Nickel Pipe Chemical Composition
NI 205 LC
Physical Properties Of Nickel Alloy Tube
ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY , AT 20°C
THERMAL , CONDUCTIVITY
NICKEL ALLOY DENSITY
THERMAL LINEAR , EXPANSION COEFF. , (20-95 °C)
NI 205/205 LC