FIG. 4-Corrosion of nickel and MONEL alloy 400 in hydrochloric acid solutions at 30° C (86° F). It will be noted from Figure 4 that the corrosion rates of MONEL alloy 400 and nickel at room temperature are approximately the same up to 10 per cent acid concentration. In this concentration range, the corrosion rates of both materials in
Alloy - Electrical PropertiesIncoloy1 alloy 800 - Heat Resisting Alloy Ni32.5/Cr21/Fe 20 - Inconel 6251 - Corrosion Resistant Alloy Ni61/Cr22/Mo 9/Fe 5 129 - Inconel1 617 Ni57/Cr22/Co12/Mo 9 1.22-1.34 - Inconel1 alloy 600 - Heat Resisting Alloy Ni72/Cr16/Fe 8 103 - Inconel1 alloy 718 - Heat Resisting Alloy Ni53/Fe19/Cr19/Nb/Mo/Ti 125 - Inconel1 X750 - Heat Resisting Alloy
Alloy 20 is a highly alloyed iron-base nickel-chromium-molybdenum stainless steel developed primarily for use in the sulphuric acid related processes. Besides sulphuric acid related processes, some typical corrosion resistant applications for the alloy include chemical, pharmaceutical, food, plastics, synthetic fibres, pickling and FGD systems
CORROSION-RESISTING COBALT-CHROMIUM-TUNGSTEN Corrosion-resisting cobalt-chromium-tungsten alloys:1967-03-07:3205055:Metallic elements adapted to come in contact with melted glass:1965-09-07:3183082:Cast alloy:1965-05-11:1630448:Steel alloy:1927-05-31
Corrosion Resistant Alloys NITRONIC HASTELLOY INCONEL MONEL® alloy R-405 (UNS N04405) Ni 66.5 Cu 31.5 S 0.04 (Similar to MONEL alloy 400) Solid solution strengthened alloy with high strength and toughness over a wide range of temperatures. Corrosion resistant and oxidation resistant to 1000°F. Controlled sulfur added for improved machinability over alloy
However recent work on corrosion of carbon steel in MSF plants shows that air inleakage, together with gases cascading down the plant and from flashing distillate, can cause severe corrosion. Experience from power plant condensers is that 70-30 Cu-Ni is the best copper base alloy for resisting corrosion in the gas extraction zone.
HASTELLOY C-2000 alloy3 HASTELLOY® C-2000 ® alloy PRINCIPAL FEATURES Ni Cr Mo Fe Cu Al Mn Si C BAL 23 16 3*** 1.6 0.5*** 0.5*** 0.08*** 0.01*** COMPOSITION, wt. %** Corrosion Performance The nickel-chromium-molybdenum (Ni-Cr-Mo) C-type alloys have a long history of use in the Chemical Process Industries and are known for their versatility. Not only do they resist all
HASTELLOY G-35 alloyA nickel alloy with exceptional resistance to wet process phosphoric acid HASTELLOY® G-35® alloy (UNS N06035) was designed to resist wet process phosphoric acid (P 2 O 5), which is used in the production of fertilizers. Tests in real-world solutions indi-cate that G-35 alloy is far superior to other metallic materials in this acid.
Corrosion Problems and Alloy Solutions 1 Corrosion-Resistant Alloys from the Special Metals Group of Companies 4 Alloy Selection for Corrosive Environments 11 Corrosion by Acids 12 Sulfuric Acid 12 Hydrochloric Acid 17 Hydrofluoric Acid 20 Phosphoric Acid 22 Nitric Acid 25 Organic Acids 26 Corrosion by Alkalies 28 Corrosion by Salts 31
Nickel Alloy - an overview ScienceDirect TopicsNiCrMo 1,3,4 alloys have a higher resistance to localized corrosion, due to the presence of increased concentrations of molybdenum, typically between 10% and 20%, such as alloy 22. The combination of high chromium and increased molybdenum contents make these alloys highly resistant to a broad spectrum of oxidizing and reducing environments.
Resistance to Corrosion - 316 316L 1.4401 1.4404 Stainless Alloy 317L, with 31.% Mo and PREN = 29.7, offers even better resistance to pitting than the 316 alloys. Alloy 304 stainless steel is considered to resist pitting and crevice corrosion in waters containing up to about 100 ppm chloride. The Mo-bearing Alloy 316 and Alloy 317L on the other hand will handle waters with up to about 2000 and 5000 ppm
Outokumpu Ultra range contains corrosion resistant stainless steel products for extremely corrosive environments:904L, 400, alloy. 825, 200, 100.Corrosion-Resistant Alloy - an overview ScienceDirect TopicsThe term corrosion-resistant alloy (CRA) is commonly used to cover all metals that are, to some degree, capable of resisting corrosion as compared with carbon steel. This resistivity to corrosion is not universal as it varies to a large degree on the specific corrosion environment and depends on the alloying composition of the given alloy.