Nickel 200 grade is the most popular and most used metal in the industrial also in some mechanical sector. The nickel 200 is known to be a commercially pure nickel having around 99.6 % wrought nickel. This machined nickel has good resistance to corrosive environments and has excellent mechanical properties.
The versatile characteristics of Nickel are in great demand in almost every industry around the world.
Properties of Nickel Pipes
The Nickel pipes and tubes are one of the products having high electrical and thermal conductivity as well as low vapor pressure and low gas content. Such pipes are used mainly in areas where less corrosive metal is required. These tubes are generally circular in shape and can be regular or cut to length to customer specifications. They are used mainly in heat treatment, machining, and expansion, etc.
Tubes are available in different lengths (Double Random, Single Random and Cut Length) with different standards (ASTM / ASME) for nickel alloy. The availability of these Nickel pipes of chromium, molybdenum, copper, and other components provides them with greater impenetrability to oxidation and consumption, allowing them to be used in a wider range of uses.
Due to its excellent properties, you can use Nickel pipes and tubes in many cases. It has high electrical conductivity, excellent dry fluorine resistance, super-strong electrical, thermal & magnetostrictive properties, useful for caustic soda, resistant to corrosion, & resistant to several different chemicals that reduce it. Now I guess we understand why they have such a wide reach after learning all these benefits of Nickel pipes.
Applications of Nickel pipes
Nickel Pipes are very flexible, So, these pipes can be applied to a many of the industries. They can be used in industries like as
- The motor industry.
- Construction and design.
- Nuclear energy.
- Transport Industry.
- Pumps and valves.
- Chemical Industry.
- Petroleum industry.
Nickel 200 pipes and tubes are also used in designing and handling of sodium hydroxide, production of viscose rayon, manufacturing of soap, production of aniline hydrochloride. It is also used in the chlorination of aliphatic hydrocarbons such as methane, ethane, and benzene.