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Nickel-Based Material Profiles: Part 2

Posted by Dave Olsen on 3/23/16, 2:18 PM

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Grade

  • MTEK 825 (N08826 / CU5MCuC / Similar to Inconel® 825) severe corrosion and heat resistant alloy.

Description

  • Nickel-Chrome-Iron alloy.  

Properties – Why select this material

  • Stress corrosion cracking resistant
  • Pitting and crevice corrosion resistant

Applications – Frequent uses

  • Pumps
  • Valves
  • Oilfield Equipment

 

Grade

  • MTEK CZ-100 (N02100 / Similar to Nickel 200) severe corrosion and heat resistant alloy.

Description

  • Nickel-based alloy.  

Properties – Why select this material

  • Resistant to strong alkalis such as caustic soda

Applications – Frequent uses

  • Food equipment
  • Chemical processing equipment
  • Plating rolls
  • Centrifuge components

Grade

  • MTEK A (N04020 / M-35-1 / Similar to Monel® 400) severe corrosion resistant alloy.

Description

  • Nickel-Copper alloy.  

Properties – Why select this material

  • Moderate strength and ductility
  • Welding not recommended if extensive

Applications – Frequent uses

  • Brine and seawater components
  • Acidic environments including sulfuric acids
  • Refinery piping

Grade

  • MTEK B (N24030 / M-30H / Similar to Monel® 500) severe corrosion resistant alloy.

Description

  • Nickel-Copper alloy.  

Properties – Why select this material

  • Provides higher strength and hardness
  • Withstands galling better than MTEK A
  • Caution: Weld areas prone to cracking
  • Non-magnetic

Applications – Frequent uses

  • Shafts, including pumps
  • Oilfield equipment

Grade

  • MTEK D (N04019 / M-25S) severe corrosion resistant alloy.

Description

  • Nickel-Copper alloy.  

Properties – Why select this material

  • Mechanical wear and abrasion resistant
  • Caution: Welding not recommended

Applications – Frequent uses

  • Chemical processing
  • Marine applications
  • Power
  • Oilfield equipment
  • Pulp and paper equipment

 

Grade

  • MTEK 70-30 (C96400) and MTEK 90-10 (C96200) severe corrosion resistant alloys.

Description

  • Nickel-Copper alloys.  

Properties – Why select this material

  • High resistance to erosion by rapid flowing seawater and alkalis (impingement attack)
  • Stress corrosion cracking resistance
  • Bio-fouling-resistance in sea water and related environments
  • Resistance to localized corrosion
  • Good machining characteristics
  • US EPA registered antimicrobial alloy

Applications – Frequent uses

  • Seawater
  • Marine applications

For guidance in selecting the appropriate alloy in your application, contact us.

Topics: Ferrous Alloys, Nickel-Based Alloys

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