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Nickel Alloy Tubes

Short Description:


  • Grade: N4, N6, etc.
  • Sizes: OD:21.34-168.3MM,WT:2.11-12.7
  • Schedules: Sch10-Sch80
  • Type : Seamless / ERW / Welded / Fabricated / LSAW Pipes
  • Form: Round, Square, Rectangular, Hydraulic Etc
  • Length : Single Random, Double Random & Cut Length.
  • Standard: GB/T2882-2005, ASTM B163, ASTM B165
  • End: Plain End, Beveled End, Treaded
  • Product Detail

    Specifications

    Standards

    Surface Finish

    Packing

    Nickel based alloys are very useful materials for the manufacture of high quality tubing products. One of the key reasons is that they offer excellent corrosion resistance in both aqueous and high temperature applications.

    In addition to their high melting points and resistance to oxidation and corrosion, nickel alloys are very ductile. They can be electroplated and are easily welded, making them suitable for use in industries where very high and low temperatures come into play.

    Nickel based alloys have a higher ability to accept alloying elements in solid solution than other stainless steel or iron-based alloys.

    therefore maintain higher metallurgical stability. The combination of high alloying with multiple elements can provide very good corrosion resistance in a wide range of environments while still maintaining good welding and forming characteristics.

    Nickel alloys are excellent for heat exchangers in the chemical processing and nuclear industries. Theyre used in steam generator tubing in the nuclear power industry, in high-temperature aircraft systems, and in oil and gas extraction programmes where corrosion-, pressure- and temperature-resistant tubing is required. Their corrosion resistance also makes them useful in desalination equipment.

    Feature:

    1. Excellent corrosion resistant to turbulently used in condensers for coastal power plants, petroleum refineries and chemical plants.

    2.High impingement corrosion resistant to brackish seawater at velocities up to 3 to 4 m/sec used in desalination plants and other seawater condenser application.


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  • Grade

    UNS No.

    Werkstoff  no.

    Density

    Pipe

    smls/wld

    Alloy 200 N02200 2.4066 8.89 B161/B725
    Alloy 201 N02201 2.4068 8.89 B161/B725
    Alloy 400 N04400 2.4360 8.83 B165/B725
    Alloy K-500 N05500 2.4375 8.46
    Alloy 600 N06600 2.4816 8.42 B167/B517
    Alloy 601 N06601 2.4851 8.20 B167
    Alloy 625 N06625 2.4856 8.44 B444/B705
    Alloy 718 N07718 2.4668 8.19 AMS 5589/5590
    Alloy 800 N08800 1.4876 8.00 B407/B514
    Alloy 800H N08810 1.4876 8.00 B407/B514
    Alloy 800HT N08811 1.4876 8.00 B407
    Alloy 825 N08825 2.4858 8.18 B423/B705
    Alloy C-276 N10276 2.4819 8.87 B622/B619
    Alloy C-4 N06455 2.4610 8.64 B622/B619
    Alloy C-22 N06022 2.4602 8.69 B622/B619
    Alloy B-2 N10665 2.4617 9.22 B622/B619
    Alloy 20 N08020 2.4660 8.10 B729/B464
    Alloy 904L N08904 1.4539 8.05 B677/B673

     

    Products

    OD

     WT

    Length

    Inch

    MM

    Inch

    MM

    Ft max. Mt max.

    Pipe

    NPS1/2″-6″

    21.34-168.3

    Sch10-Sch80

    2.11-12.7

    45′

    14.00

    Pipe

    Butt Weld Fittings

    Socket Weld & Threaded Fittings

    Flanges

    Types

    Seamless and Welded

    90º LRs, 90º SRs, 45º Elbows,
    Concentric Reducers, Eccentric Reducers,
    Tees, Reducing Tees and Stub Ends

    90º Elbows, 45º Elbows, Tees,
    Reducing Tees, Couplings and Unions

    Blind, Slip-On, Socket Weld,
    Threaded and Weld Neck

    Sizes

    1/4″ – 8″ Seamless
    1/4″ – 12″ Welded

    1/2″ – 12″

    1/4″ -2″

    1/2″ – 12″

    Schedules

    Sch 10S – XXH

    Sch 10S – 80S

    Sch 10S – 80S

    Pressures

    3000#

    150# – 300#

    * Higher pressure ratings and larger sizes than listed above available upon request.

    Grade of Nickel Tube

    Grade

    Chemical Composition

    C
    max

    Si max

    Mn max

    P
    max

    S
    max

    Ni

    Cr

    Mo

    Ti

    200

    0.15

    0.35

    0.35

    0.010

    99 min

    201

    0.02

    0.35

    0.35

    0.010

    99 min

    400

    0.30

    0.50

    2.00

    0.024

    63 min

    600

    0.15

    0.50

    1.00

    0.015

    72 min

    14 – 17

    601

    0.10

    0.50

    1.00

    0.015

    58 – 63

    21 – 25

    625

    0.10

    0.50

    0.50

    0.015

    0.015

    58 min

    20 – 23

    8 – 10

    0.40 max

    800

    0.10

    1.00

    1.50

    0.03

    0.015

    30 – 35

    19 – 23

    0.15 0.60

    800H

    0.05 0.10

    1.00

    1.50

    0.015

    30 – 35

    19 – 23

    0.15 0.60

    825

    0.05

    0.50

    1.00

    0.03

    38 – 46

    19.5 23.5

    2.5 3.5

    0.6 1.2

    904L

    0.02

    1.00

    2.00

    0.030

    0.015

    24 – 26

    19 23

    4 5

    Mechanical Properties of Nickel Tube

    ALLOY

    NICKEL ALLOY DENSITY

    THERMAL , CONDUCTIVITY

    THERMAL LINEAR , EXPANSION COEFF. , (20-95 °C)

    ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY , AT 20°C

    G/CM³

    W/M K

    10-6/K

    ΜΩ-CM

    NI 200/201

    8.89 70.20 13.3 9

    NI 205/205 LC

    8.89 75.00 13.3 8.9
    Surface Finish Internal Surface(ID) Exterbal Surface(OD)
    Roughness Average(RA) Roughness Average(RA)
    μ inch μm μ inch μm
    EP Electro Polish 15,10,7,5 0.38,0.25,0.20;0.13 32 0.8
    BA Beight Annealed 40,32,25,20 1.0,0.8,0.6,0.5 32 0.8
    AP Annealed & Pickled Not defined Not defined 40 or Not defined 1.0 or Not defined
    MP Mechanical Polish 40,32,25,20 1.0,0.8,0.6,0.5 32 0.8

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