• Alloy 36 Wire UNS K93600

    Alloy 36 is a nickel-iron alloy which maintains constant dimensions over the range of normal atmospheric temperatures.

  • Inconel Alloy 625 (UNS N06625)

    Alloy 625 (UNS N06625) is a nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy with an addition of niobium. The addition of molybdenum acts with the niobium to stiffen the alloy matrix, providing a high strength without a strengthening heat treatment. The alloy resists a wide range of corrosive environments and has a good resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion. Alloy 625 is used in chemical processing, aerospace and marine engineering oil & gas, pollution control equipment and nuclear reactors.

  • 654SMO® Stainless Steel

    654SMO® stainless steel strip is a super austenitic stainless steel strip which contains 23% nickel, 25% chromium and 7% molybdenum.

    Its corrosion resistance is equivalent to that of the best nickel-base alloys. 654SMO® is a registered trademark of Outokumpu OYJ.

    The nitrogen content of 654SMO® stainless steel is twice as high as 254SMO® grade, and its strength is higher than 904L stainless steel strip.

    654SMO® super austenitic stainless steel strip has very good local corrosion resistance.

    It has good pitting corrosion resistance and good stress corrosion resistance under the conditions of sea water, aeration, crevices, and low-speed erosion.

  • Stellite™ 6 Alloy

    Stellite cobalt-based alloys consist of complex carbides in an alloy matrix. They are resistant to wear, galling, and corrosion and retain these properties at high temperatures. Their exceptional wear resistance is due mainly to the unique inherent characteristics of the hard carbide phase dispersed in a CoCr alloy matrix.

    Stellite 6 is the most widely used of the wear-resistant cobalt-based alloys and exhibits good all-around performance. It is regarded as the industry standard for general-purpose wear-resistance applications, has excellent resistance to many forms of mechanical and chemical degradation over a wide temperature range, and retains a reasonable level of hardness up to 500°C (930°F). It also has good resistance to impact and cavitation erosion. Stellite 6 is ideally suited to a variety of hardfacing processes and can be turned with carbide tooling.

  • Incoloy 825 UNS N08825 2.4858 NiCr21Mo Nickel Alloy

    UNS N08825 Incoloy 825 is a nickel-iron-chromium alloy that contains small amounts of titanium, copper, and molybdenum. Incoloy® 825’s chemical composition provides great resistance to many corrosive environments, such as pitting, crevice corrosion, intergranular corrosion, and stress- corrosion cracking. Incoloy 825 nickel alloy has good mechanical properties from moderate to high temperatures, with a hot- working range of 1600 to 2150º F. Alloy 825 also maintains good weldability for all conventional processes.

  • Nickel 200 (UNS N02200)

    Ni 99.0 C 0.15 Cu 0.25 Fe 0.40 Mn 0.35 Si 0.35 S 0.01

    High Performance Alloys stocks and produces this grade in the following forms: Bar, sheet, plate, tube, pipe, fastener.

    Commercially pure wrought Nickel with good mechanical properties over a wide range of temperature and excellent resistance to many corrosives, in particular hydroxides.

    Good resistance to corrosion in acids and alkalis and is most useful under reducing conditions. Outstanding resistance to caustic alkalis up to and including the molten state. In acid, alkaline and neutral salt solutions the material shows good resistance, but in oxidizing salt solutions severe attack will occur. Resistant to all dry gases at room temperature and in dry chlorine and hydrogen chloride may be used in temperatures up to 550C. Resistance to mineral acids varies according to temperature and concentration and whether the solution is aerated or not. Corrosion resistance is better in de-aerated acid.

  • Nitronic 60

    Nitronic 60 is a nitrogen strengthened austenitic stainless steel, with outstanding strength and resistance to wear and galling. It has corrosion resistance better than 304, and pitting resistance better than 316. It is also available in bar as a high strength version, Nitronic 60 HS. Nitronic 60 is truly an all purpose metal. This fully austenitic alloy was originally designed as a temperature alloy, and subsequently has good high temperature properties for temperatures around 1800ºF. The oxidation resistance of Nitronic 60 is similar to Type 309 S.S., and far superior to Type 304S.S. This grade is best known for its wear and galling resistance.

  • Nitronic 50

    Nitronic® 50 – HPA N50 – UNS S20910 – XM19 – 22-13-5 – Alloy N50 – N50 Steel – N & Mn Strengthened Stainless Steel. Among the myriad of stainless steel alloys available in the market, Nitronic® 50 stands out as a true marvel, offering a unique blend of corrosion resistance and strength that is unparalleled in its price range. As an austenitic stainless steel, Nitronic 50 sets itself apart by providing superior corrosion resistance compared to renowned grades like Types 316, 316L, 317, and 317L. Furthermore, it boasts an astounding yield strength at room temperature, approximately twice that of these comparable materials.

  • Nilo 42 Alloy

    NILO is a binary alloy of nickel and iron, containing varying amounts of nickel. NILO is known as a controlled-expansion alloy. Controlled expansion alloys are characterized by a low expansion coefficient (in low and high temperature ranges), good ductility and toughness. These alloys also exhibit good mechanical properties.

    Based on the nickel content of the alloy, the NILO alloys are named as NILO 36, NILO 42, NILO 48 and NILO alloy K. NILO 42 alloy consists of 42% nickel and is characterized by a low and constant co-efficient of thermal expansion from room temperature to about 300°C (570°F). NILO 42 alloy is available in the form of strip, wire, tube and sheet.

  • Invar 36 /Nilo 36 / Alloy 36 (ASTM F1684)

    ASTM F-1684 is an ASTM specification for Invar 36 covering Low Thermal Expansion Applications covering UNS K93603, UNS K93050, & UNS K93500.

    INVAR 36 (Also known as NILO 36, Pernifer 36) is an alloy made up of 36% nickel and 64% iron. It has a low coefficient of thermal expansion, making it useful for applications where dimensional stability is required, such as in precision instruments and optical devices. It is also known for its high strength and corrosion resistance. Invar 36 is commonly used in electronic, aerospace and other high-tech industry.

  • ASTM B466 C70600 Copper Nickel Seamless Pipes and Tubes

    ASTM B466 C70600 Copper Nickel Seamless Pipes and Tubes (CUPRO NICKEL Pipes and Tubes), Copper Nickel 90/10 Pipes and Tubes, ASTM B466 90/10 Copper Nickel Seamless Pipes, ASME SB466 90/10 Copper Nickel Pipes and Tubes, ASTM B466 C70600 Copper Nickel Seamless Pipes, ASTM B466 CU-NI 90-10 Seamless Pipes, ASTM B466 C70600 Cupro Nickel Seamless Pipes and Tubes.

  • Austenitic SS 630

    Grade 630 stainless steels are martensitic stainless steels that are precipitation hardened to achieve excellent mechanical properties. These steel achieve high strength and hardness following heat treatment. The heat and corrosion resistance of grade 630 are similar to that of grade 304 steels. This grades is also commonly referred to as grade 17-4PH.