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Nimonic C263 Bars are an essential component for many manufacturing processes, as they are made of a combination of nickel and chromium alloys that make them incredibly strong and malleable. The exact chemical composition of Nimonic C263 Bars is 79-83% nickel, 17-19% chromium, 0.20-0.35% colombium, 0.35-1.25% molybdenum, with trace amounts of other elements such as manganese and cobalt. Together, this alloy produces components resistant to thermal expansion while maintaining excellent durability in hostile environments, making them ideal in the aerospace industry and many others.

C263 Nimonic Bars are perfect for applications requiring high creep and stress rupture properties. These alloys have excellent resistance to oxidation at moderate levels and can maintain high creep and stress rupture strength even when exposed to heat up to 1100°C. Such bars have good thermal fatigue, cyclic oxidation, and intercrystalline corrosion properties. They are a preferred choice for use in critical parts like superheaters, reheaters, economizers, and other parts of power-generating plants. Nimonic Bars C263 also possess excellent weldability and formability characteristics, making them ideal for producing complex shapes with utmost precision.

FAQ's for Nimonic C263 Bars

Nimonic C263 Bars Start From Rs. 900/Kilogram To Rs.1000/Kilogram

The Harmonized System of Nomenclature (HSN) code for Nimonic C263 bars is 7221.90.00.

Nimonic C263 bars are composed of nickel-chromium alloy, which makes them ferromagnetic. However, the degree of magnetism they possess is relatively low, so they may not be considered strongly magnetic.

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