This is an age-hardenable version of the nickel-copper alloy Monel 400. As such it has increased strength with the excellent resistance to sea water corrosion.
Sea water pump shafts and impellers as well as being used in the oil well industry for valve trim and other components.
The best machinability for this alloy is in the annealed condition. It may be machined in the aged condition, but the preferred practice is to rough machine as close to finish as possible in the annealed condition. Then aging and final machining may be done. A very slight dimensional contraction occurs upon aging.
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