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Nimonic 105 Bars are nickel-based superalloy bars that provide excellent performance in high-temperature environments. It offers superior strength and corrosion resistance when exposed to high temperatures up to 800°C. The chemical composition of the Nimonic105 Bars consists of nickel, chromium, carbon, silicon, manganese, aluminium and a small amount of iron. Adding carbon increases the melting point, while chromium provides better oxidation resistance making it ideal for high-temperature applications. Furthermore, the alloy contains small amounts of other elements, such as titanium and boron, which are essential for providing strength without sacrificing flexibility or stress rupture properties. To provide the best results possible, it is necessary to understand its chemical composition as it helps ensure its excellent performance capabilities.

Nimonic 105 Bars possess incredible strength, particularly when exposed to highly elevated temperatures. It provides excellent resistivity against heat and corrosion, able to endure extreme temperatures, reaching as high as 1,500 degrees Celsius (2,732 F). Thanks to these solid physical and chemical properties, 105 Nimonic Bars are used in many industries — from automotive structural parts and aircraft structures to exhaust system components and rocket nozzles. Additionally, the bar has superior performance under sustained load conditions and fatigue crack propagation behaviour, making it ideal for ultra-high temperature applications across various industrial sectors.

FAQ's for Nimonic 105 Bars

Nimonic 105 bars are high-temperature, high-strength nickel-base alloys that provide superior corrosion resistance, oxidation resistance and wear resistance.

Nimonic 105 bars can be used in temperature-critical components, such as turbine blades, combustion chambers and exhaust systems. They are also suitable for structural components, springs and valve components.

Nimonic 105 bars offer excellent creep strength and ductility at temperatures up to 1100°C and have excellent fatigue performance up to 650°C due to their precipitation hardening capabilities.

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