A grade of nickel that is economically pure is used to make Nickel 200 Pipe. This wrought product has excellent strength and exceptional corrosion resistance. Additionally, the material has relatively little electrical resistance.

There are round and hydraulic pipes with nominal bore sizes ranging from 15 inches to 150 inches. The substance’s melting point of 1446 degrees Celsius makes it suitable for heat exchanger pipes and exhaust pipes made of Nickel 200 Pipes. The material’s yield strength is poor when compared to stainless steels, which have minimum tensile strengths of 462MPa and 148MPa, respectively. The Nickel 200 ERW Pipes have a high density due to their 99 percent nickel content along with carbon, manganese, silicon, iron, sulphur, and copper. 8.9 grams per cubic centimeter is the density.

Uses and Advantages of Nickel 200 Pipes

Commercially pure (99.6%) wrought nickel is used to make nickel alloy 200 seamless pipes and nickel alloy 200 welded pipes. Excellent mechanical qualities, corrosion resistance, and superior electrical conductivity are all features of ASTM B161 Ni200 pipe. It is simple to construct nickel alloy 200 seamless and welded pipe, which is perfect for applications involving corrosive environments.

Typically, nickel 200 pipe is only appropriate for uses where the temperature settings stay below 600° F. Graphitization can occur in Nickel 200 items like Nickel DIN NR. 2.4066 Pipe at higher temperatures, like those above 600° F.

The applications range from condensers to oil drilling, paper and pulp, pharmaceutical, power generating, seawater equipment, and petrochemical sectors. For more information and rates on WNR 2.4066 Pipe, please contact