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Nimonic 70 bars comprise a high-performance Ni-Co-Cr superalloy combined with chromium, cobalt and molybdenum, which gives the alloy excellent strength at elevated temperatures. The specific composition of Nimonic 70 bars is 75% nickel, 20% chromium, and 5% other elements such as iron, aluminum, titanium, and molybdenum. Manufacturers also add small quantities of carbon and manganese to improve flexibility. This makes Nimonic 70 bars ideal for highly stressed parts operating at elevated temperatures in aggressive environments such as aerospace applications.

Nimonic 70 bars are often used in engineering projects due to their impressive characteristics. These alloy bars provide excellent strength and hardness, making them particularly suitable for applications involving bolting, fastening and pressure vessels. They also have superior axial tensile strength and a high melting temperature at 1408°C, allowing them to withstand scorching temperatures. In addition, Nimonic 70 bars possess outstanding corrosion resistance and vibration-dampening properties, making them highly versatile. They can be used efficiently in various industrial processes and hold up to extreme conditions. Thanks to these properties, Nimonic 70 bars are highly sought-after by engineers who need strong yet durable components for their projects.

FAQ's for Nimonic 70 Bars

Nimonic 70 is a nickel-chromium-cobalt alloy which has excellent strength and creep resistance at temperatures up to 950°C. This makes it suitable for applications in the aerospace and power generation industries.

Nimonic 70 has superior oxidation and corrosion resistance when compared to other alloys, as well as excellent hot strength and fatigue strength at elevated temperatures up to 650°C. Additionally, it can be age-hardened to achieve even higher levels of strength and creep resistance.

It Varies, But Generally It Is Around INR 900/Kg To INR 1300/Kg

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