Abstract:

Nickel in elemental form or alloyed with other metals and materials has made significant contributions to our present-day society and promises to continue to supply materials for an even more demanding future.

Nickel is a versatile element and will alloy with most metals. Complete solid solubility exists between nickel and copper. Wide solubility ranges between iron, chromium, and nickel make possible many alloy combinations...

Nickel has been used in alloys that date back to the dawn of civilization. Chemical analysis of artifacts has shown that weapons, tools, and coins contain nickel in varying amounts.

Nickel in elemental form or alloyed with other metals and materials has made significant contributions to our present-day society and promises to continue to supply materials for an even more demanding future.

Nickel is a versatile element and will alloy with most metals. Complete solid solubility exists between nickel and copper. Wide solubility ranges between iron, chromium, and nickel make possible many alloy combinations.

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Applications and Characteristics of Nickel Alloys

Nickel and nickel alloys are used for a wide variety of applications, the majority of which involve corrosion resistance and/or heat resistance. Some of these include:

·         Aircraft gas turbines

·         Steam turbine power plants

·         Medical applications

·         Nuclear power systems

·         Chemical and petrochemical industries

A number of other applications for nickel alloys involve the unique physical properties of special-purpose nickel-base or high-nickel alloys. These include:

·         Low-expansion alloys

·         Electrical resistance alloys

·         Soft magnetic alloys

·         Shape memory alloys

Heat-Resistant Applications. Nickel-base alloys are used in many applications where they are subjected to harsh environments at high temperatures. Nickel-chromium alloys or alloys that contain more than about 15% Cr are used to provide both oxidation and carburization resistance at temperatures exceeding 760°C.

Corrosion Resistance. Nickel-base alloys offer excellent corrosion resistance to a wide range of corrosive media. However, as with all types of corrosion, many factors influence the rate of attack. The corrosive media itself is the most important factor governing corrosion of a particular metal.

Low-Expansion Alloys Nickel was found to have a profound effect on the thermal expansion of iron. Alloys can be designed to have a very low thermal expansion or display uniform and predictable expansion over certain temperature ranges.

Iron-36% Ni alloy (Invar) has the lowest expansion of the Fe-Ni alloys and maintains nearly constant dimensions during normal variations in atmospheric temperature.

The addition of cobalt to the nickel-iron matrix produces alloys with a low coefficient of expansion, a constant modulus of elasticity, and high strength.

Electrical Resistance Alloys. Several alloy systems based on nickel or containing high nickel contents are used in instruments and control equipment to measure and regulate electrical characteristics (resistance alloys) or are used in furnaces and appliances to generate heat (heating alloys).

Types of resistance alloys containing nickel include:

·         Cu-Ni alloys containing 2 to 45% Ni

·         Ni-Cr-Al alloys containing 35 to 95% Ni

·         Ni-Cr-Fe alloys containing 35 to 60% Ni

·         Ni-Cr-Si alloys containing 70 to 80% Ni

Types of resistance heating alloys con-taining nickel include:

·         Ni-Cr alloys containing 65 to 80% Ni with 1.5% Si

·         Ni-Cr-Fe alloys containing 35 to 70% Ni with 1.5% Si + l% Nb

Soft Magnetic Alloys. Two broad classes of magnetically soft materials have been developed in the Fe-Ni system. The high-nickel alloys (about 79% Ni with 4 to 5% Mo; bal Fe) have high initial permeability and low saturation induction.

Shape Memory Alloys.Metallic materials that demonstrate the ability to return to their previously defined shape when subjected to the appropriate heating schedule are referred to as shape memory alloys. Nickel-titanium alloys (50Ni-50Ti) are one of the few commercially important shape memory alloys.

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Commercial Nickel and Nickel Alloys

The commercial forms of nickel and nickel-base alloys are fully austenitic and are used/selected mainly for their resistance to high temperature and aqueous corrosion.

Commercially Pure and Low-Alloy Nickels. Nickel is supplied to the producers of nickel alloys in powder, pellets, or anode forms. This has led to a whole series ofalloy modifications, with controlled compositions having nickel contents ranging from about 94% to virtually 100%.

These materials are characterized by high density, offering magnetic and electronic property capabilities. They also offer excellent corrosion resistance to reducing environments, along with reasonable thermal transfer characteristics. Some nickels of commercial importance include: Nickel 200, Nickel 201, Nickel 205, Nickel 270 and 290, Permanickel Alloy 300, Duranickel Alloy 301.

Nickel-copper alloys have been found to possess excellent corrosion resistance in reducing chemical environments and in sea water, where they deliver excellent service in nuclear submarines and various surface vessels. By changing the various proportions of nickel and copper in the alloy, a whole series of alloys with different electrical resistivities and Curie points can be created. Some nickel-copper alloys of commercial importance include: Alloy 400 (66% Ni, 33% Cu), Alloy R-405, Alloy K-500.

The nickel-chromium and nickel-chromium-iron series of alloys led the way to higher strength and resistance to elevated temperatures. Today they also form the basis for both commercial and military power systems. Two ofthe earliest developed Ni-Cr and Ni-Cr-Fe alloys were:

·         Alloy 600 (76Ni-15Cr-8Fe).

·         Nimonic alloys (80Ni-20Cr + Ti/Al).

Some high-temperature variants include:

·         Alloy 601. Lower nickel (61%) content with aluminum and silicon additions for improved oxidation and nitriding resistance

·         Alloy X750. Aluminum and titanium additions for age hardening

·         Alloy 718. Titanium and niobium additions to overcome strainage cracking problems during welding and weld repair

·         Alloy X (48Ni-22Cr-18Fe-9Mo + W). High-temperature flat-rolled product for aerospace applications

·         Waspaloy (60Ni-19Cr-4Mo-3Ti-1.3Al). Proprietary alloy for jet engine applications

Some corrosion-resistant variants in the Ni-Cr-Fe system include:

·         Alloy 625. The addition of 9% Mo plus 3% Nb offers both high-temperature and wet corrosion resistance; resists pitting and crevice corrosion

·         Alloy G3/G30 (Ni-22Cr-19Fe-7Mo-2Cu). The increased molybdenum content in these alloys offers improved pitting and crevice corrosion resistance

·         Alloy C-22 (Ni-22Cr-6Fe-14Mo-4W). Superior corrosion resistance in oxidizing acid chlorides, wet chlorine, and other severe corrosive environments

·         Alloy C-276 (17% Mo plus 3.7W). Good seawater corrosion resistance and excellent pitting and crevice corrosion resistance

·         Alloy 690 (27% Cr addition). Excellent oxidation and nitric acid resistance; specified for nuclear waste disposal by the vitreous encapsulation method

Iron-Nickel-Chromium Alloys. This series of alloys has also found extensive use in the high-temperature petrochemical environments, where sulfur-containing feedstocks (naphtha and heavy oils) are cracked into component distillate parts. Not only were they resistant to chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking, but they also offered resistance to polythionic acid cracking. Some alloys of commercial importance include:

·         Alloy 800 (Fe-32Ni-21Cr). The basic alloy in the Fe-Ni-Cr system; resistant to oxidation and carburization at elevated temperatures

·         Alloy 800HT. Similar to 800H with further modification to combined titanium and aluminum levels (0.85 to 1.2%) to ensure optimum high-temperature properties

·         Alloy 801. Increased titanium content (0.75 to 1.5%); exceptional resistance to polythionic acid cracking

·         Alloy 802. High-carbon version (0.2 to 0.5%) for improved strength at high temperatures

·         Alloy 825 (Fe-42Ni-21.5Cr-2Cu). Stabilized with titanium addition (0.6 to 1.2%). Also contains molybdenum (3%) for pitting resistance in aqueous corrosion applications. Copper content bestows resistance to sulfuric acid

·         Alloy 925. Addition of titanium and aluminum to 825 composition for strengthening through age hardening

The 800 alloy series offers excellent strength at elevated temperature (creep and stress rupture).

Some corrosion variants in the Fe-Ni-Cr system include:

·         20Cb3 (Fe-35Ni-20Cr-3.5Cu-2.5Mo + Nb). This alloy was developed for the handling of sulfuric acid environments

·         20Mo-4 and 20Mo-6 (Fe-36Ni-23Cr-5Mo + Cu). Increased corrosion resistance in pulp and paper industry environments.

Controlled-expansion alloys include alloys in both the Fe-Ni-Cr and Fe-Ni-Co series. Some alloys of commercial importance include:

·         Alloy 902 (Fe-42Ni-5Cr with 2.2 to 2.75% Ti and 0.3 to 0.8% Al). This is an alloy with a controllable thermoelastic coefficient

·         Alloys 903, 907, 909 (42Fe-38Ni-13Co with varying aging elements such as niobium, titanium, and aluminum). These alloys offer high strength and low coefficient of thermal expansion

The 900 alloy series offers very unusual characteristics and properties. Alloys 903, 907, and 909 were all designed to provide high strength and low coefficient of thermal expansion for applications up to 650 °C.

Nickel-lron Low-Expansion Alloys. This series of alloys plays a very important role in both the lamp industry and electronics, where glass-to-metal seals in encapsulated components are important. The nickel alloys are chosen for a variety of reasons.

Some alloys of commercial importance include:

·         Invar (Fe-36Ni). This alloy has the lowest thermal expansion of any metal from ambient to 230°C (450°F)

·         Alloy 42 (Fe-42Ni). This alloy has the closest thermal expansion match to alumina, beryllia, and vitreous glass

·         Alloy 426. Additions of 6% Cr are added to this alloy for vacuum-tight sealing applications

·         Alloy 52 (Fe-51.5Ni). This alloy has a thermal expansion that closely matches vitreous potash-soda-lead glass.

Soft Magnetic Alloys. The nickel-iron alloys also offer an interesting set of magnetic permeability properties, which have played an important part in switchgear and for direct current (dc) motor and generator designs.

Welding Alloys. Welding products for nickel alloys have similar compositions to the base metals, although additions of aluminum, titanium, magnesium, and other elements are made to the filler metals and welding electrodes to ensure proper deoxidation of the molten weld pool and to over-come any hot-short cracking and malleability problems.

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Nickel and High Temperature Alloys

Alloy Name

Trade Name

UNS No.

British Specs

American Specs

German Specs

French Specs

Alloy 200

Nickel 200

UNS N02200

BS 3072
BS 3073
BS 3074
BS 3075
BS 3076
NA12

ASTM B162
ASTM B163
ASTM B725
ASTM B730

WS 2.4060
WS 2.4066

 

Alloy 201

Nickel 201

UNS N02201

BS 3072
BS 3073
BS 3074
BS 3075
BS 3076
NA11

ASTM B162
ASTM B163
ASTM B725
ASTM B730
AMS 5553 Sheet and Strip

WS 2.4061
WS 2.4068

 

Alloy 205

Nickel 205

UNS N02205

 

AMS 5555 Wire and Ribbon
MIL-N-46025

 

 

Alloy 400

Monel 400

UNS N04400

BS 3072
BS 3073
BS 3074
BS 3075
BS 3076
NA11

AMS 4574 Tube
AMS 4575 (Tube *)

AMS 4675 Bar and Forgings
AMS 4730 Wire
AMS 4731 Wire and Ribbon
AMS 4544 Sheet, Strip and Plate
QQ-N-281
ASTM B164

 

 

Alloy 405

Monel 405

UNS N04405

 

AMS 4674 Bar and Forgings
AMS 7234 
QQ-N-281
MIL-N-894

 

 

Alloy 455

Custom 455

UNS S45500

 

AMS 5617 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5860 Sheet, Strip and Plate

 

 

Alloy K500

Monel K500

UNS N05500

BS 3072
BS 3073
BS 3074
BS 3075
BS 3076
NA18

AMS 4676 Bar and Forgings
QQ-N-286

WS 2.4375

 

Alloy 600

Inconel 600

UNS N06600

BS 3072
BS 3073
BS 3074
BS 3075
BS 3076
NA14

AMS 5580 (Tube *)
AMS 5540 Sheet, Strip and Plate
AMS 5665 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5687 Wire
QQ-W-390

WS 2.4816

AFNOR NC15Fe

Alloy 601

Inconel 601

UNS N06601

 

AMS 5715 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5870 Sheet, Strip and Plate
ASTM B166
ASTM B167
ASTM B168
ASTM B751
ASTM B775
ASTM B829

WS 2.4851

 

Alloy 617

Inconel 617

UNS N06617

 

AMS 5887 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5888 Plate
AMS 5889 Sheet and Strip

WS 2.4663a

 

Alloy 625

Inconel 625

UNS N06625

BS 3072
BS 3073
BS 3074
BS 3075
BS 3076
NA21

AMS 5581 Tube
AMS 5599 Sheet, Strip and Plate
AMS 5666 Bar, Forgings
AMS 5869 Sheet, Strip and Plate
AMS 5879 Sheet, Strip and Foil
AMS 5837 Welding Wire

WS 2.4856

AFNOR NC22DNb

Alloy 706

Inconel 706

UNS N09706

 

AMS 5701 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5702 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5703 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5605 Sheet, Strip and Plate
AMS 5606 Sheet, Strip and Plate

 

 

Alloy 718

Inconel 718

UNS N07718

 

AMS 5662 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5663 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5664 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5589 Seamless Tube
AMS 5590 (Tube *)
AMS 5596 Sheet, Strip and Plate
AMS 5597 Sheet, Strip and Plate
AMS 5832 Welding Wire
AMS 5914 Sheet, Strip and Foil
AMS 5950 (718SPF) Sheet & Strip

WS 2.4668

 

Alloy 722

Inconel 722

UNS N07722

 

AMS 5541 Sheet and Strip
AMS 5714 Bar and Forgings

 

 

Alloy 725

Inconel 725

UNS N07725

 

ASTM B805

 

 

Alloy X750

Inconel X750

UNS N07750
UNS N07752

 

AMS 5542 Sheet, Strip and Plate
AMS 5582 Seamless Tube
AMS 5583 Seamless Tube
AMS 5747 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5779 Welding Electrodes
AMS 5598 Sheet, Strip and Plate
AMS 5667 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5668 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5669 Bar
AMS 5670 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5671 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5698 Wire
AMS 5699 Wire

WS 2.4669

 

Alloy X

Inconel HX
Hastelloy X

UNS N06002

 

AMS 5536 Sheet, Strip and Plate
AMS 5754 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5798 Welding Wire
AMS 5587 Seamless Tube
AMS 5588 Welded Tube

 

 

Alloy W

Hastelloy W

UNS N10004

 

AMS 5755 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5786 Welding Wire

 

 

Alloy 800
Alloy 800H
Alloy 800HT
(Welding)

Incoloy 800
Incoloy 800H
Incoloy 800HT

N08800
N08810
N08811

BS 3072
BS 3073
BS 3074
BS 3075
BS 3076
NA15

AMS 5766 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5871 Sheet, Strip and Plate
ASTM B408
ASTM B564
ASTM A240
ASTM A480

WS 1.4876
WS 1.4958
WS 1.4959

 

Alloy 825

Incoloy 825

UNS N08825

BS 3072
BS 3073
BS 3074
BS 3075
BS 3076
NA16

ASTM B425
ASTM B424
ASTM B163 (Tube *)

WS 2.4858

 

Alloy 901

Nimonic 901
Incoloy 901

UNS N09901

 

AMS 5830 Welding Wire
AMS 5660 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5661 Bar and Forgings

WS 2.4662

 

Alloy 907

Incoloy 907

UNS N19907

 

 

 

 

Alloy 909

Incoloy 909

UNS N19909

 

AMS 5884 Bars, Forgings, Rings
AMS 5892 Sheet, Strip
AMS 5893 Bars, Forgings, Rings 

 

 

Alloy 925

Incoloy 925

UNS N09925

 

 

 

 

Alloy C276

Inconel C276
Hastelloy C276

UNS N10276

 

ASTM B462
ASTM B564
ASTM B574
ASTM B575
ASTM B622
ASTM B626 (Tube *)
ASTM B619
ASTM B775

WS 2.4819

 

Alloy 75

Nimonic 75
Haynes 75

UNS N06075

BS HR5 Alloy 75 Bar
BS HR203 Alloy 75 sheet
BS HR403 Alloy 75 tube*
BS HR504 Alloy 75 Bar (rivet)

 

WS 2.4630
WS 2.4951

AFNOR NC 20T

Alloy 80A

Nimonic 80A

UNS N07080

BS 3072 NA20
BS HR1 Alloy 80A Bar
BS HR201 Alloy 80A sheet
BS HR401 Alloy 80A Tube
BS HR601 Alloy 80A Bar (rivet)

ASTM B637

WS 2.4631
WS 2.4952

AFNOR NC 20TA

Alloy 86

Nimonic 86

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy 90

Nimonic 90

UNS N07090

BS HR2 Alloy 90 bar
BS HR202 Alloy 90 sheet
BS HR402 Alloy 90 tube
BS HR501 Alloy 90 wire (springs)
BS HR501 Alloy 90 wire (springs)

AMS 5829 Welding Wire

WS 2.4632

 

Alloy 263

Nimonic 263
Haynes 263

UNS N07263

BS HR10
BS HR206
BS HR404

AMS 5872 Sheet Strip and Plate
AMS 5886 Bar and Forgings

WS 2.4650

 

Alloy 105

Nimonic 105

 

BS HR3

 

WS 2.4634

AFNOR NCKD 20ATv

Alloy 115

Nimonic 115

 

BS HR4

 

WS 2.4636

AFNOR NCK 15ATD

Alloy PE11

Nimonic PE11

 

 

 

WS 2.4662

AFNOR Z8 NC D38

Alloy PE16

Nimonic PE16

 

BS HR55
BS HR207

 

 

AFNOR NW 11AC

Alloy PK33

Nimonic PK33

 

DTD 5057

 

 

AFNOR NC19 KDu/v


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Cobalt-Based Super Alloys

Alloy Name

Trade Name

UNS No.

British Specs

American Specs

German Specs

French Specs

Alloy 25 / L605

Haynes 25
Udimet L605

UNS R30605
UNS W73605

 

AMS 5537 Sheet
AMS 5759 Bar & Rod
AMS 5796 Welding wire
AMS 5797 Covered welding rod

 

 

Alloy 188

Haynes 188
Udimet 188

UNS R30188

 

AMS 5608 Sheet, Strip and Plate
AMS 5801 Welding Wire

 

 

Alloy 230

Haynes 230

UNS N06230

 

AMS 5878 Sheet, Strip and Plate
AMS 5891 Bar and Forgings

DIN 17744 No 2.4733

NiCr22W14Mo

MP159

MP159

UNS R30159

 

AMS 5841 Bar
AMS 5845 Bar
AMS 5843 Bar

 

 

MP35N

MP35N

UNS R30035

 

AMS 5844 VIM VAR Bar
AMS 5845 VIM VAR Bar
AMS 5758 VIM VAR Bar

 

 

Multimet N155

Multimet

UNS R30155

 

AMS 5532 Sheet, Plate and Strip
AMS 5769 Bars, Rings and Forgings
AMS 5794 Welding Wire
AMS 5795 Coated Electrodes

 

 

Waspaloy

Waspaloy

UNS N07001

 

AMS 5544 Sheet, Strip and Plate
AMS 5586 Welded Tube
AMS 5828 Welding Wire
AMS 5704 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5706 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5707 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5708 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5709 Bar and Forgings

WS 2.4654

 

Alloy R41

Rene 41
Udimet alloy R41

UNS N07041

 

AMS 5545 Sheet, Strip and Plate
AMS 5712 Bars and Forgings
AMS 5713 Bars and Forgings
AMS 5800 Welding Wire

 

 

Cobalt Alloy 6b

Stellite 6b

UNS R30016

 

AMS 5894 Bar, Sheet, Plate

 

 


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Low Expansion Nickel-Iron Alloys

Alloy Name

Trade Name

UNS No.

British Specs

American Specs

German Specs

French Specs

Alloy K

Kovar
Nilo-K
Rodar

UNS K94610

 

ASTM F15
ASTM F26
AMS 7726 Wire
AMS 7727 Bar and Forgings
AMS 7728 Sheet, Strip and Plate
MIL-I-23011 Class 1

WS 1.3981

AFNOR NF A54-301

Alloy 36

Invar 36 
Nilo 36
Super Invar 32-5

UNS K93600
UNS K93601
UNS K93603
UNS K93050

 

ASTM F1684
MIL-S-16598 Tooling plate
ASTM B388 Sheet & strip
ASTM B753 
K93050 Free-cut Invar

WS 1.3912

 

Alloy 42

Nilo 42
Low expansion 42 Alloy

UNS K94100

 

ASTM F30
ASTM B 753
AMS 5683 Welding Wire

WS 1.3917

DIN 17745
AFNOR NF A54-301

Alloy 45

Low expansion 45 Alloy

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy 46

Glass sealing 46 Alloy

UNS K94600

 

ASTM F30

 

 

Alloy 48

Nilo 48

UNS K94800

 

ASTM F30

 

 

Alloy 52

Glass sealing 52 Alloy

UNS N14052

 

ASTM F30

 

 

Alloy 475

Nilo 475

UNS K95000

 

AMS 7718 Bar, Tube and Forgings
MIL-N-14411 Comp 3

 

 

Mu-Metal

Hy-Mu 80
Permalloy

 

 

MIL-N-14411 C
ASTM A753

 

 


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Special Steels

Alloy Name

Trade Name

UNS No.

British Specs

American Specs

German Specs

French Specs

Aermet 100

 

UNS K92580

 

AMS 6532 Bar and Forgings

 

 

Maraging 250

Udimar 250
Maraging C250
Vascomax C250


UNS K92890
UNS K92940

BS S162

AMS 6512 Bar, Tube, Forgings
AMS 6520 Sheet, Strip and Plate
ASTM A646
MIL-S-46850 Type 3

WS 1.6359

 

Maraging 300

Udimar 300
Maraging C300

UNS K93120
UNS K93160

 

AMS 6514 Bar, Tube and Forgings
AMS 6521 Sheet, Strip and Plate
MIL-S-46850 TYPE 4

WS 1.6354
WS 1.6358

 

Maraging 350

Maraging C350
Vascomax C350

 

 

AMS 6515
MIL-S-46850

WS 1.6356

 

Alloy 20 / 020

Carpenter 20Cb-3
Incoloy 020

UNS N08020

 

 

WS 2.4660

 

Alloy 28
(Tube *)

Incoloy 028

UNS N08028

 

 

WS 1.4563

 

Alloy 330

Incoloy 330

 

 

AMS 5716 Sheet and Strip

 

 

Alloy A-286

Incoloy A-286

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Other

Alloy Name

Trade Name

UNS No.

British Specs

American Specs

German Specs

French Specs

Alloy 22

Hastelloy C-22

UNS N06022

 

 

WS 2.4602

 

Alloy 27

Glass sealing 27 Alloy

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy 39

Low Expansion 39 Alloy

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy 43ph

Low expansion 43Ph Alloy

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy 77

Nilomag 77

 

 

AMS 6519 Bar, Tube, Forging

 

 

Nickel 211

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy 260

 

UNS N03260

 

AMS 5890 Bar and Forgings

 

 

Alloy B

Brightray B

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy C

Brightray C

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy G-3

INCO G-3

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy B-2

Hastelloy B-2

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy N

Hastelloy N

UNS N10003

 

AMS 5771 Bar and Forging
AMS 5607 Sheet, Strip and Plate

 

 

Alloy S

Hastelloy S

UNS N06635

 

AMS 5711 Bar and Forging
AMS 5838 Welding Wire
AMS 5873 Sheet, Strip and Plate

 

 

Alloy 301

Duranickel 301

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy 333

RA-33

UNS N06333

 

AMS 5717 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5593 Sheet, Strip and Plate

 

 

Alloy 401

Monel 401

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy 404

Monel 404

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy 450

Monel 450

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy 700

Inconel 700

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy 702

Inconel 702

UNS N07702

 

AMS 5550 Sheet, Strip and Plate

 

 

Alloy 713C

Inconel 713C

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy 801

Incoloy 801

UNS N08801

 

AMS 5552 Sheet, Strip and Plate

 

 

Alloy 903

Incoloy 903

 

 

 

 

 

Alloy 909

Incoloy 909

UNS N19909

 

AMS 5884 Bar and Forgings
AMS 5892 Sheet and Strip
AMS 5893 Bar and Forgings

 

 

 

FM-82

UNS N06082

 

AMS 5836 Welding Wire

 

 

Nichrome V

Nichrome V

UNS N06003

 

AMS 5676 Welding Wire
AMS 5677 Welding Electrodes
AMS 5682 Rods and Wire
MIL-R-5031 Cl 7
MIL-E-6844 Cl7

 

 

Alloy WE132

Inconel we132

 

 

MIL-E-6844 ClB

 

 

Astroloy M

Astroloy M

UNS N13017

 

AMS 5882 Forgings

   

 

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