With the addition of tungsten, alloy C-276 is one of the best corrosion-resistant materials available. It’s excellent resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion make it one for all environments: chemical process industries; oil & gas production sectors in harsh conditions such as offshore platforms where there’s constant exposure to saltwater or onshore fields dealing with extreme heat-related issues like blast furnaces producing steel at high temperatures while maintaining integrity even if hit by flying molten metal particles from explosions nearby! Get to know the C276 pipe cost today!
Nickel is a versatile metal element, which can mix with various metals to yield valuable nickel alloys. Nickel alloys are non-ferrous metals possessing high strength and toughness. They show superior corrosion resistance and have excellent elevated temperature properties. Nickel alloy 625 (UNS N06625) is a popular nickel-chromium alloy known as Inconel® 625. It is highly valuable for its high strength, excellent fabricability, and adequate corrosion resistance. Continue reading “Six Things to Know About Nickel Alloy 625”
Stainless steel refers to a group of iron-based alloys that contain a minimum of 10.5% chromium by mass. The chromium forms an ultra-thin layer, known as the “passive layer,” on the steel that enables it to resist corrosion. If this layer gets mechanically or chemically damaged, the passive layer self-heals itself. The addition of other elements like molybdenum, nickel, and nitrogen enhances the properties of stainless steel. Continue reading “Seven Important Properties of Stainless Steel”