Nickel alloy is formed by adding differing quantities of various metals to the nickel metal, which results in a alloy that has varied in mechanical properties and does not depict and negative blemishes, during the extreme conditions in which the forged parts and components functions. Use of the nickel alloys is mainly due to its easy machining and higher durability, which is a ace feature as compared to other ordinary alloys. The use of many high quality metals in its constituent core increases the functional ability of the alloy.
Nickel alloy sheets, plates and coils are capable of being used in various different domains, like petroleum and gas industry attributing to its ability to sustain increasing pressure ad temperature variances without any change in its core constituent structure. Use of metals like carbon increases the durability of the sheets and plates if needed. Forged coils are highly resistant to rust and block of any possibility of formation of iron oxide on its surface using the shared property of added chromium which forms a film of chrome oxide on its surface.
15NB to 150NB In
ASTM / ASME B 161/ 162 / 163, ASTM / ASME B 725/730
Sheet, Plates, Coils, Flat, Strips, Profile, Blank ,Circle, Ring etc.
Hot rolled plate (HR), Cold rolled sheet (CR), 2B, 2D, BA NO(8), SATIN (Met with Plastic Coated)
Coils, Foils, Rolls, Plain Sheet, Strip, Flats, Blank (Circle), Ring (Flange) etc.