Nickel 200 Composition
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Super Alloy Nickel 200 Composition
Related Metals :
- Pipe Fittings
- Weld Wire
- Nickelvac 200(tm)
- Ametek 899L(tm)
- Ametek 899M(tm)
- Nickelvac 200(tm)
- VDM Nickel 99.2(tm)
- CM 200(tm)
- VDM 99.2(tm)
- ASTM B160
- ASTM B161
- ASTM B162
- ASTM B163
- ASTM B366
- ASTM B725
- ASTM B730
- DIN 2.4060
- DIN 2.4066
- UNS N02200
Principal Design Features
- Carbon :0.15 max
- Copper : 0.25 max
- Iron : 0.4 max
- Manganese : 0.35 max
- Nickel : Balance
- Silicon : 0.35 max
- Sulphur : 0.01 max
Commercially pure (99%) wrought nickel, basically unalloyed but containing minor amounts of other elements usually totaling less than 1%.
Electronic parts, resistance to corrosion applications such as handling alkaline solutions and foods.
Commercially pure nickel is soft and "gummy" to machine. However it can be machined with standard tooling. High-speed-steel tools work better than carbide tooling and it is important to maintain a high positive rake angle on cutting tools.
Nickel is readily formed by all of the conventional means. It behaves in a similar fashion to plain carbon steel, except that more power is required to form nickel.
Nickel is noted for its resistance to a large number of corrosive media. It is useful in reducing conditions and is especially good for service in caustic solutions. It may be used in hydrofluoric acid, sulfuric acid (at low temperatures), and for hydro
All of the conventional welding and joining methods work with nickel. In particular the shielded metal-arc, gas tungsten-arc and
gas metal-arc welding methods are recommended. Use nickel filler wire or electrodes.
Anneal at 1500 F to 1300 F and air cool.
Forging may be done at 2250 F to 1700 F.
Hot working may be done in the range of 2200 F to 1200 F.
Cold working may be accomplished using standard tooling as for plain carbon steels. More power is required as the nickel material has a higher elastic limit than steel and thus resists deformation.
Annealing at 1500 F as a typical temperature. Annealing may be done within the range of 1700 F to 1300 F depending upon the degree of cold working and time at temperature.
Hardens due to cold working only.