Common Applications of Nickel 200/201 Round Bars

Common Applications of Nickel 200/201 Round Bars
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Nickel 200/201 Round Bar can be found in tempered and hardened form. It is a nickel that is commercially unalloyed and has outstanding resistance to corrosion and very poor electrical resistivity. It also has other characteristics, such as weldability, formability, and high tensile strength.

The Nickel Alloy Round Bars have strong acid and alkali corrosion resistance. This is especially considered by nickel 200 round bar suppliers in Mumbai to be the most useful property in times when the alloy has been exposed to decreasing conditions. Its excellent resistance to caustic alkalis up to and including its resistance in a molten state is another property that makes the Nickel 200 Round Bars stand out.

The Nickel Alloy Ni-200 Cold Drawn Bar demonstrates good tolerance to acid, alkaline and neutral salt solutions. However, in the presence of oxidising salt solutions, extreme attacks on the Nickel 200 Round Bar can occur. At room temperature conditions, Nickel 201 Round Bars have the ability to withstand all dry gases. The Nickel 200 Round Bar is actually also capable of resisting both dry chlorine and hydrogen chloride. The Nickel 201 Round Bar could also be used in conditions where the temperature could rise up to 550C. The resistance of Nickel 200 Rod to mineral acids varies according to temperature, concentration and whether or not the solution is aerated. The suppliers of nickel 200 round bars remember that when the acid has been de-aerated, the material resistance to corrosion is higher.

The nickel 200 round bar application is usually limited to operation at temperatures below 600 degrees F. This is because Nickel Round Bar products can suffer from graphitization at higher temperatures. Graphitization is a transition that takes place in grades of carbon or low-alloy steel such as Nickel 200 Polished Bar in the microstructure.

Nickel-based alloys, in this case, when exposed to a temperature range between 425 degrees C to 550 degrees C for an extended or prolonged period of time, Alloy 200 Cold Finished Bar may result in severely compromised properties. In this case, when exposed to a temperature range between 425 degrees C to 550 degrees C for an extended or prolonged period of time, nickel-based alloys can result in severely compromised properties of Alloy 200 Cold Finished Bar.

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