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Alloy 20 Washers combine nickel, iron, chromium, manganese, and molybdenum. Nickel provides strength and corrosion resistance as well as flexibility for lower-temperature applications. Iron balances the amount of corrosion resistance present in alloy 20 washers. Chromium contributes to the corrosion resistance that makes this material so versatile. Manganese boosts tensile strength and further contributes to corrosion resistance, and molybdenum enhances tensile strength even more by strengthening the connection between different grains within the alloy. This combination of metals forms a solid yet malleable washer that offers excellent resistance against acids and other corrosive substances with good thermal stability up to 890 degrees Fahrenheit.

20 Nickel Alloy Washers are versatile metal alloys with superior corrosion resistance and strength. They can be used as seals or in fastener assemblies, making them an ideal choice for a wide range of industrial applications. Since they are non-magnetic and have excellent thermal properties, they often insulate metal parts from vibration and wear. In addition, due to their ability to withstand a wide range of temperatures, 20 Nickel Alloy Washers can be used in the most hostile environments. It is also resistant to chloride ion corrosion, making it suitable for saltwater applications. Finally, their unique composition allows for easy soldering and brazing, which ensures a tight seal between the two components. Nickel Alloy Alloy 20 washers can handle almost any load, making them the perfect solution for many industrial projects.

FAQ's for Nickel Alloy Alloy 20 Washer

Nickel Alloy Alloy 20 Washers are widely used in chemical processing, marine engineering, food production and pharmaceutical industries due to their enhanced corrosion resistance, excellent formability and weldability.

The recommended temperature range for Nickel Alloy Alloy 20 Washers is -424°F to 1200°F (-252°C to 650°C).

Yes, Nickel Alloy Alloy 20 Washers are self-locking due to their unique design which creates a locking action when subjected to vibration or pressure.

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