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Nimonic 90 Screw is a nickel-chromium alloy composed of around 75% nickel and 20% chromium, with two other elements, molybdenum and titanium, making up the remaining 5%. Its overall composition gives it excellent tensile strength, high creep-rupture strength and the ability to resist temperatures, allowing it to be used in high-temperature applications. 90 Nimonic Screw also has excellent resistance to general corrosion, stress-corrosion cracking, intergranular corrosion and oxidation at higher temperatures. Furthermore, this alloy exhibits good weldability characteristics, which makes it convenient for manufacturing processes involving welding operations. Due to its advantageous properties and qualities, this alloy has become essential to many industries, such as aerospace engineering and industrial gas turbine components.

Nimonic 90 screw is a kind of alloy hugely beneficial in engineering and machining applications. This alloy comprises nickel, chromium, and iron, with small amounts of titanium, molybdenum, and aluminium for improved strength. One of its most significant properties is its ability to operate at very high temperatures without becoming fragile. In addition, Nimonic 90 screw also offers excellent erosion resistance capabilities, good weldability qualities, and superior tensile strength making it highly useful in many industries, including aerospace engineering. Finally, the Nimonic 90 screw is highly resistant to corrosion due to its high chromium content providing longevity and reliability, making it an ideal choice for domestic and industrial use.

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Price is based on the various factors, in general, it starts from INR 35/ piece to INR 60/piece

The Harmonized System of Nomenclature (HSN) code for Nimonic 90 screws is 7318.15.90.

Nimonic 90 is a nickel-based alloy with a high cobalt content. Because of its composition, the material exhibits ferromagnetic properties, but the strength of this magnetism is not very powerful. Therefore, while the Nimonic 90 screw may possess some amount of magnetism, it is usually not enough to be considered magnetic.

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