Nickel Alloy 201 Pipe Fittings are comprised of a combination of copper and nickel, making them an ideal choice for many industrial applications. These strong fittings contain around 66-70% nickel and 20-30% copper material, along with various trace elements like manganese, silicon, iron, and sulfur. This specific alloy boasts superior corrosion resistance and offers excellent mechanical properties such as high ductility and formability. With its excellent strength-to-weight ratio, Nickel Alloy 201 Pipe Fittings are highly resistant to wear and remarkably easy to weld and fabricate, making them perfect for both low-climate applications and high-temperature services.
Nickel Alloy 201 Pipe Fittings are commonly used in several industries due to their unique qualities and properties. The nickel alloy offers excellent mechanical strength, hardness, good elasticity, and excellent corrosion resistance against various corrosive elements. It can be easily formed with cold-working treatments for applications requiring more significant stress or load capacity. Furthermore, Nickel Alloy 201 Pipe Fittings offer resistance to a wide range of acids and alkalines. One of the considerable advantages of this material is its low nickel content, making it a cost-effective option for production where high strength and nonmagnetic characteristics are desired. Yet, base metal costs must be kept minimal. Thus, these pipe fittings can be used effectively in environments that require temperatures up to 1000°F and pressure levels equivalent to 3000 psi.
The Price Range For Nickel Alloy 201 Pipe Fittings Products Is ₹300 To ₹500 Per Kilogram.
No, Nickel Alloy 201 Pipe Fittings are not magnetic.
Nickel Alloy 201 Pipe Fittings come in a variety of sizes, ranging from 1/8” to 10” in diameter.
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