Nickel 400 is a high-Nickel alloy consisting of at least 63% Nickel alloyed with Copper, some Iron, and other trace elements. This material is valued by many industries for its combination of high strength and corrosion resistance over a wide range of conditions and temperatures. Even when cooled to -423.17°F, Nickel 400 does not become brittle like many ferrous materials.
Similarly, Nickel 400 retains many of its physical properties at high temperatures. While tensile strength lessened at temperatures over 700°F, yield strength and elongation are only marginally reduced.
Pipe, tube, sheet, strip, plate, round bar, flat bar, forging stock, hexagon, wire
|Bar||B164, B5641||SB164, SB5641||QQ-N-2812||–|
|Plate & Sheet||B127||SB127||QQ-N-2813,4||–|
|Seamless Pipe & Tube||B165||SB165||–||Mil-T-1368|
1On diameters above 3.5", B564/SB564 is dual certified. 2Class A Form 1 Amend. II 3Class A Form 6 Amend. II 4Class A Form 4 Amend. II
*EN10204 3.1 applies to all product forms.
Our NICKEL 400 is carefully handled to minimize damage during storage and transportation and to preserve the quality of the product in its original condition.
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