Nickel Alloy Tubing is a specialty of C&N HongCheng, encompassing Corrosion Resistant Alloy, High Temperature Alloy, Wear Resistant Alloy, Shape Memory Alloy, and Nickel Precision Alloy. Our range includes ASTM B163, B165, B167, B395, B407, B423, B444, B705, and various nickel grades such as N04400, N06600, N06601, N06625, N06690, N08800, N08810, N08811, N08825, N08020, N08367, N08028, N06985, N06022, and N10276. Each of these high nickel alloys possesses distinct characteristics that should be carefully assessed before making a purchase.

All our Nickel Alloy Tubes are seamless, cold drawn or rolled to size, and finished in bright annealing or pickled and annealed. They are custom-manufactured to meet your specifications and can be produced in lengths up to 60 feet.

Corrosion resistant Nickel Alloy Tube

Nickel’s high degree of corrosion resistance is due to the fact that it is a relatively noble metal within the galvanic electrochemical series of metals. Adding chrome, molybdenum, copper and other elements forms alloys with even higher resistance to oxidation and corrosion which makes it possible to use them in a wider range of applications. Seamless tubes and pipes made of corrosion resistant nickel-based alloys are the first choice for basic industry manufacturers due to their excellent resistance to various acids (sulphuric acid, hydrochloric acid, phosphoric acid) and alkaline solutions.

Corrosion Resistance of Nickel Alloy in difference acid

AlloySulphuric AcidPhosphoric acidHydrochloric acidHydrofluoric acidNitric acidOrganic acidStrong AlkaliReducing saltOxidizing salt
Monel 400
Inconel 600
Inconel 625
Inconel 690
Incoloy 825
Hastelloy G-3
Hastelloy C-276
Hastelloy B-2
● Very Good ▲Good ■Not recommended

High temperature Nickel Alloy Tube

Based on an austenitic structure, high temperature, high strength nickel-based alloys allow further increasing of specific alloying elements, such as chrome, molybdenum, tungsten, titanium, aluminium, niobium, etc. This leads to a very low iron concentration enabling the material to be employed within applications up to 1,100°C (2,012°F) in aggressive atmospheres. Available upon special request are titanium tubes for heat exchangers and bimetallic tubes for strippers in urea application.

Nickel Alloy Tube Features (Depending on Grades):

1.Excellent resistance to stress corrosion, pitting corrosion, crevice corrosion and localized corrosion at room temperature
2.Superior mechanical properties at room temperature
3.Superior corrosion resistance at elevated temperature
4.Good mechanical properties at elevated temperature

Alloy Steel Tube Seamless Tube Smls Tube ASTM A213 Gr T12