Nickel Alloy Tubing is fabricated from a wide range of nickel alloys, including Ni-201 and Ni-200. These materials offer exceptional corrosion and oxidation resistance, making them ideal for long lifespan use in corrosive environments. Nickel alloy tubing also typically has high strength-to-weight ratios and provides superior durability, biocompatibility, low thermal expansion, excellent electrical conductivity and good heat transfer properties, making them widely used in the industrial and medical fields. Each alloy has its distinct chemical makeup, determining the characteristics that suit it best for certain applications. For example, 400 series alloys are well-suited for food service equipment and 600 series alloys for precision instrumentation. With its many benefits, it's no surprise that Nickel Alloy Tubing is such a popular choice for industries around the world.
Nickel alloy tubing has a variety of uses, such as fuel line tubing and hydraulic lines, due to its excellent corrosion resistance. It also has very good thermal properties, making it well-suited for high-temperature applications like exhaust systems. Additionally, the non-magnetic characteristics of nickel alloys make them particularly useful in sensitive electrical applications. Nickel alloys share some beneficial elements with other stainless steel alloys, such as strong mechanical strength, formability, weldability and resistance to high temperatures. Nickel alloy tubing is available in a wide range of sizes and, on request, can be manufactured to specific dimensions so it can easily be suitable for various purposes.
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