Nickel alloys are resistant to the effects of corrosion in most environments, as well as being impervious to specific corrosion types such as pitting and intercrystalline corrosion.
LC-Nickel 99.6 exhibits high resistance to the effects of etching alkalis even at high temperatures.
Consequently these alloys are used in the construction of chemical equipment and pressure vessels, as well as other plant and machinery.
Nickel wires are used in filtration, automotive and medical applications.
|Alloy||DN Trade Name||Material-No.||UNS Specifications||ASTM Specifications||DIN Specifications|
|200||R-Nickel 99.2||2.4066||N02200||ASTM B160||DIN 17740|
|201||NR-Nickel 99||2.4068||N02201||ASTM B160||DIN 17740|
|Ni99.6||BR- Nickel 99.6||2.4060||-||-||DIN 17740|
|LC-Ni99.6||NR-Nickel 99.6||2.4061||-||-||DIN 17740|