Metal Tidbits – Nickel
Nickel 200 is one of the many specialty metals in stock at All Metals & Forge. It is available from their steel service center in over a dozen pre-cut shapes, with each shape offered in a number of sizes. The custom forging company at All Metals & Forge can also produce several forms of Nickel 200 including contour rings, discs, and shafts.
Nickel 200 is a commercially pure, corrosive resistant wrought nickel with better thermal and electrical conductivity than nickel alloys. Its mechanical properties make it excellent for applications in the aerospace and defense industries. It is also frequently used in moderately corrosive environments, such as food processing equipment and chemical shipping drums.
As a result of the high quality of their products and services, All Metals & Forge has received ISO9001:2000 and AS9100 certification. This certification is just one aspect of their commitment to excellence. As highly visible leaders in the metals supply industry, All Metals & Forge is constantly developing new and better materials and services for their clients. Their AM&F Solutions Team is happy to assist with everything from your corporate material issues to inventory management to creating custom designed alloys for special applications.
With one of the fastest forging turnaround times in the industry and a steel service center that houses hundreds of products, All Metals & Forge can easily meet any companies metal supply needs. They regularly cater to companies in the aerospace, defense, chemical, oil, and metalworking industries. To learn more about the superior products and services offered by All Metals & Forge, please call (973) 276-5000, or send an e-mail to: email@example.com.
All Metals & Forge carries several different commercially pure versions of nickel, including Nickel 200 and Nickel 201. The main difference between Nickel 200 and Nickel 201 is that the latter has a lower Carbon content. Because of its lower Carbon content, Nickel 201 is well-suited for applications that involve exposure to temperatures above 600 degrees Fahrenheit. (When Nickel 200 is exposed to such high temperatures it is vulnerable to embrittlement.)
Like Nickel 200, Nickel 201 is exceptionally resistant to caustic alkalies. Its applications include various types of equipment in the chemical processing industry. As a leading supplier of specialty metals to companies in the chemical processing, food processing, and oil industries (among many others), All Metals & Forge is proud to offer Nickel 201 in many different forms. It is available through both AM&F’s steel service center and forging company.
All Metals & Forge holds both ISO9001:2000 and AS9100 certification, which is just one of the many reasons their clients place so much trust in AM&F’s products and services. Another area in which All Metals & Forge goes the extra mile for their clients is in the Information Resources section of their website. Many buyers and sellers in the metals supply industry visit AM&F’s website for the vast amount of metallurgical information contained therein.
The Ferrous/Non-Ferrous Material Overview in Information Resources contains a detailed description of Nickel in both its commercial and alloy forms. The IR section also includes a SteelLog dictionary, a bi-monthly newsletter, AlloyInfo Reports and much more. To learn more about the superior products and services offered by All Metals & Forge, please call (973) 276-5000, or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Metals & Forge is a leader in the specialty steel supply industry. They carry an enormous selection of quality products including alloy steels, molybdenum alloys, nickel alloys, and many others. Their business is divided into a steel service center and a custom forging company, with a variety of nickel alloy products available from both. From commercially pure wrought nickel to super alloys such as nicorros and nickelvac, All Metals & Forge either already carries or will special order any nickel alloy that your company needs.
There is a wealth of metallurgical information on All Metals & Forge’s website. By clicking on a particular metal in the “Products” section and then clicking on the “Alloy Info Report” for that metal, you can view a detailed description of it. The “Alloy Info Report” for nicorros, for instance, describes a nickel-copper alloy that has excellent resistance to sea water, acid, and other corrosives. Applications for this nickel alloy are also listed in the “Alloy Info Report.”
In addition to its huge inventory of hard-to-find specialty steels, All Metals & Forge also boasts a fast turnaround time with custom forging orders. The forging company offers a variety of services, including cold & hot forming, heat treating, cutting, and rolling & welding, and machining. Clients can also order extrusions from the forging company, which will produce extrusions according to the client’s custom configurations.
All Metals & Forge’s commitment to excellence has earned the company both ISO9001:2000 and AS9100 certification. On the off chance that you don’t find what your company needs in the steel service center or forging company, the AM&F Solutions Team will be happy to special order what you need whenever possible. To learn more about the superior products and services offered by All Metals & Forge, please call (973) 276-5000, or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
All Metals & Forge carries a huge inventory of nickel metal. Their product lists include several different grades of commercially pure nickel as well as a host of nickel alloys. Each nickel metal offered by All Metals & Forge comes in many different forms of starting stock and pre-cut shapes and sizes. If you’re not sure which grade of nickel or nickel alloy is right for your company’s needs, AM&F’s “AlloyInfo Reports” includes a description of each product and a list of its applications.
There are two divisions of All Metals & Forge: the steel service center and the forging company. The steel service center offers pre-cut nickel metal in several forms, including hollow bar, round, square, and strip. The forging company–which boasts one of the fastest turnaround times in the industry–supplies nickel metal in contour rings, discs, shafts, and many other custom forms.
As a leading supplier of nickel metal and other specialty steels to companies in the aerospace, chemical, defense, oil, and metalworking industries, All Metals & Forge is proud to offer only the highest quality products and services. They have earned both ISO9001:2000 and AS9100 certification and continue to create new and better solutions for their clients’ metal supply needs. The AM&F Solutions Team is always happy to special order hard-to-find metals whenever possible.
The All Metals & Forge website draws more than just buyers: it also has a vast amount of metallurgical data available in the Information Resources section. The SteelLog Dictionary, Ferrous/Non-Ferrous Materials Overview and AlloyInfo Reports are all terrific sources of metallurgical facts and figures. To learn more about the superior products and services offered by All Metals & Forge, please call (973) 276-5000, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.