Due to their excellent strength and chemical composition, Nickel Alloy Valves are widely used in many industrial applications. The term 'nickel alloy' refers to a combination of nickel with other metals such as chromium, tungsten, aluminium, silicon and manganese. Nickel itself is a ductile metal which has excellent corrosion resistance properties. Chromium helps to strengthen the alloy further. Tungsten increases hardness, while aluminium improves oxidation resistance. Silicon enhances the mechanical properties, and manganese improves the toughness of the alloy. As a result, Nickel Alloy Valves have proven their use across multiple industries when strict chemical and mechanical strength requirements need to be achieved with minimal impact on corrosion resistance properties under harsh operating conditions such as extreme temperature or pressure.
Due to their exceptional properties and resistance to various corrosive and harsh media, Nickel alloy valves are widely used in industries. Being designed from nickel-based alloys such as Monel, Hastelloy, and Inconel means these valves have excellent mechanical strength, temperature stability, and pressure ratings. As such, they can be used in highly corrosive environments, including offshore oil production platforms and desalination plants. Additionally, nickel alloy valves are favoured in applications with extreme temperatures that would otherwise cause ordinary valves to fail or malfunction due to heat exposure. The cartridges of these valves also provide accurate and stable control over flow rates compared to other metals like brass or cast iron which cannot handle extreme conditions with the same level of efficacy. Nickel alloy valves are an ideal and dependable option for handling challenging industrial processes.
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