Monel 400 (UNS N04400), a nickel-copper alloy, is best in high strength and corrosion resistance. It is extensively used in a wide variety of severely acidic and alkaline environments. Monel alloys are also used for pipings.
Monel alloys exhibit great resistance to steam and seawater. Equipped with high tolerance and excellent weldability, monel can be often used in marine applications like manufacturing pump shafts and seawater valves. Its great seawater resistance makes it good for trolling wire.
Monel is particularly resistant to hydrofluoric and hydrochloric acids when de-aerated. It can be slightly magnetic at room temperature. Monel alloys are more resistant than nickel under reducing conditions as well as to copper during oxidizing copper. Monel alloys exhibit better resistance than other alloys to reducing media than oxidizing. It also shows resistance to alkaline, neutral, and acidic salts; however, it has poor resistance to oxidizing acid salts like ferric chloride.
Monel 400 bars (ASTM B164 QQ-N-281 Din 17750) feature thermal conductivity and good ductility which makes them fitting for heavy-duty construction materials. They provide exceptional quality and can also withstand across high levels of pressure and a high amount of weight. Another feature is that monel bars also exhibit possess superior mechanical properties even at sub-zero temperatures.
Monel 400 bars, with their highly strong, unique properties make it a staple of numerous applications especially in the large areas: chemical and marine.
These bars can also be applied in other applications such as:
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