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Nimonic 75 Bars

Nimonic 75 Bars

Nimonic 75 bars are Nickel-chromium Superalloys typically composed of about 15 Percent chromium, 74 Percent nickel, 1.8 Percent titanium, 7 to 9 Percent cobalt, 5.5 to 6.5 Percent molybdenum and 0.25 to 0.85 Percent aluminium. This mixture of metals makes Nimonic 75 incredibly heat-resistant and robust enough for use in highly pressurized environments such as aircraft turbines. Nimonic 75 bars also contain trace elements like iron, carbon and silicon, which help add to its durability and strength while improving corrosion resistance and aqueous corrosion susceptibility in the harshest conditions.

Nimonic 75 bars are high-performance precision alloys consisting primarily of nickel, chromium, and iron. This makes them extremely strong and popularly used in parts of aerospace machinery like jet engines, cross-shafts, and turbine discs. Nimonic 75 bars resist corrosion and oxidation when exposed to high temperatures. They can be machined easily at temperatures up to 815°C; these characteristics make them suitable for applications requiring excellent pressure tolerance, wear and erosion resistance, strength, stability, creep resistance, flexibility etc. Furthermore, these bars are weldable by various processes, such as the gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) process. Nimonic 75 bars combine the properties of alloys from both stainless steel and plain carbon steel, making them an ideal choice for a wide range of industrial applications, such as bolting components for heat exchangers or castings for military armaments.

Nimonic 75 bars are Nickel-chromium Superalloys typically composed of about 15 Percent chromium, 74 Percent nickel, 1.8 Percent titanium, 7 to 9 Percent cobalt, 5.5 to 6.5 Percent molybdenum and 0.25 to 0.85 Percent aluminium. This mixture of metals makes Nimonic 75 incredibly heat-resistant and robust enough for use in highly pressurized environments such as aircraft turbines. Nimonic 75 bars also contain trace elements like iron, carbon and silicon, which help add to its durability and strength while improving corrosion resistance and aqueous corrosion susceptibility in the harshest conditions.

Nimonic 75 bars are high-performance precision alloys consisting primarily of nickel, chromium, and iron. This makes them extremely strong and popularly used in parts of aerospace machinery like jet engines, cross-shafts, and turbine discs. Nimonic 75 bars resist corrosion and oxidation when exposed to high temperatures. They can be machined easily at temperatures up to 815°C; these characteristics make them suitable for applications requiring excellent pressure tolerance, wear and erosion resistance, strength, stability, creep resistance, flexibility etc. Furthermore, these bars are weldable by various processes, such as the gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) process. Nimonic 75 bars combine the properties of alloys from both stainless steel and plain carbon steel, making them an ideal choice for a wide range of industrial applications, such as bolting components for heat exchangers or castings for military armaments.

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Nimonic 75 Bars FAQ's  

Nimonic 75 bars are primarily used in applications requiring good strength and oxidation resistance up to 815°C. Typical applications are gas turbine components, bolts, valves, and studs.

Nimonic 75 bars have an ultimate tensile strength of 800-1000 MPa (116-145 ksi). They also have a yield strength of 390-590 MPa (56-85 ksi).

Nimonic 75 bars have a thermal conductivity of 30 W/mK (20 BTU/hr-ft²-°F).

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