Nimonic 75 fasteners are the ideal choice to assemble components in extreme temperature applications, featuring excellent strength and good corrosion resistance. Their characteristic temperatures extend to 950°C, perfect for many aerospace and chemical applications. The material comprises 80% nickel, about 20% chromium and small amounts of other substances for added strength and flexibility. Furthermore, Nimonic 75 fasteners are also non-magnetic, which makes them useful in some medical applications when working with Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). On top of these features, this alloy can resist oxidation from elements such as chlorine or sulfur dioxide without needing a protective surface coating, which substantially reduces the overall production cost.
Nimonic 75 Fasteners are high-performance fasteners made from a nickel-chrome alloy called Nimonic 75. The primary components of this alloy are chromium, cobalt, manganese, and nickel, with trace amounts of other elements like alaluminum and silicon. What makes 75 Nimonic Fasteners so desirable among engineers and manufacturers is its outstanding creep rupture properties that make it the ideal choice for critical components exposed to high thermal stress or fatiguing atmospheres. To ensure product longevity and performance, each fastener must meet comprehensive quality standards that guarantee an excellent chemical composition and metallurgical consistency. With Nimonic 75 Fasteners, you've secured nothing but the highest quality in every order.