600 Nickel Sheet & Coil

Nickel Alloy 600 sheet is a nickel-chromium alloy that provides excellent resistance to oxidation at high temperatures reaching up to 2000°F (1093°C). It is also commonly used as a corrosion-resistant alloy due to its resistance to a wide range of acids and alkalis.

Nickel Alloy 600 Sheet & Coil Features:

  • Exhibits superior oxidation resistance at high temperatures
  • Excellent resistance to nitrogen, hydrogen and carbiurization
  • Can be used in air as well as other environments continuously for long periods of time
  • Hot working is relatively easy

Applications for 600 Nickel Alloy Sheet & Coil:

  • Nuclear power plants
  • Industrial chemical evaporators
  • Heat treatment furnace parts
  • Vacuum furnace fixtures
  • Chemical and food processing equipment
  • Vinly chloride monomer production
  • Catalyst regenerators on petrochemical production
  • Heat exchangers
  • Industrial acid and alkali equipments
  • Afterburner parts and other components used at high temperatures
  • Paper mill and alkaline digesters
  • Thermo couple sheathing in aggressive atmospheres

Specifications:

    Measurements:
    • 1/8” up to ½”
    Standards:
    • UNS: NO6600
    • W. Nr./EN: 2.4816
    • AMS: 5540
    • ASME: B 168
    • ASTM: SB 168
    • Federal or Military: QQ-N-281

Chemical Composition, %:

 

Ni

Cr

Fe

C

Mn

Si

Cu

Al

Ti

B

P

S

MIN

72.0

14.0

6.0

0.05

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

MAX

-

17.0

10.0

1.50

1.0

0.5

0.5

0.3

0.3

0.006

0.015

0.015

 

Corrosion Resistance

The composition of Nickel 600 provides corrosion resistance in a wide range of corrosive environments. The addition of chromium provides superior corrosion resistance in acidic environments, compared to a pure nickel, while allowing the material to maintain corrosion resistance in a reducing state and exhibit superior corrosion resistance to alkaline solutions. Nickel Alloy 600 is also highly resistance to stress-corrosion cracking.

 

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