Importance of Quality Nickel Pipes & Their Advantages

Nickel Pipes and Nickel Alloy Pipes

Nickel pipes and nickel alloy pipes are of great importance to the marine, chemical, aerospace, and engineering industries among others. It is used in shipbuilding and manufacturing of engines, valves, gasoline tanks, and even general household piping.

All this can be accomplished due to the following benefits of nickel and its alloys:

  1. Nickel is resistant to corrosion and oxidation.
  2. Nickel Alloy (600) can bear extreme weather conditions with ease and, can be welded and brazed.
  3. Nickel Alloy (601) is heat and corrosion resistant, can be welded, and has high strength characteristics.
  4. Nickel Alloy (C276) contains molybdenum, which imparts a greater resistance to corrosion.
  5. Nickel Alloy (400) is cost-effective, corrosion resistant, and can be easily welded.

Importance of Quality Nickel Pipes

It is important to pay the utmost attention to the quality of your purchases. This practice takes precedence before any other specification, especially when purchasing core components of an application. The quality and strength will determine the life of your product. A sub-standard nickel pipe is sure to cost you more than just the price of the pipe. It could end up costing you the entire application. We at Arch City understand the importance of quality nickel pipes, and all our nickel pipes undergo a strenuous material certification quality control procedure.


Nickel Pipes at Arch City Steel

Arch City Steel & Alloy, Inc. provides pipes made of nickel and alloys in sizes ranging from 1/8″ to 18″. You can choose from single stock pieces to custom length pieces for large-scale orders. They also provide services like heat treating, machining, and testing.

Arch City supplies to various companies and professionals all over the world. They have immense knowledge of how the process of exporting, packaging, and finance works. To take advantage of our rich experience and exceptional products and services, please contact:, or call: 636-343-3004, 800-264-7833.