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Nimonic 75 Alloy Heat Corrosion Resistance For Gas Turbine Engineering

Place of Origin China
Brand Name XUNSHI
Certification ISO 9001
Model Number Nominic 75
Minimum Order Quantity 200kg
Price Negotiable
Packaging Details Plywood case
Delivery Time 50-60 days
Payment Terms T/T
Supply Ability 500kg per month
Product Details
Equal Grade UNS N06075, W.Nr. 2.4951 & 2.4630 Forms Of Supply Bar, Forging, Wire, Plate, Pipe
Density 8.37g/cm3 Melting Range 1340-1380°C
Electrical Resistivity 1.09 µΩ•m At 20°C Product Name Nimonic 75 Alloy
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Product Description

Nimonic 75 Nickel-Chromium Alloy with Good Corrosion and Heat Resistance

 

NIMONIC 75 is an 80/20 nickel-chromium alloy with controlled additions of titanium and carbon. First
introduced in the 1940s for turbine blades in the prototype Whittle jet engines, it is now mostly used for
sheet applications calling for oxidation and scaling resistance coupled with medium strength at high
operating temperatures. It is still used in gas turbine engineering and also for industrial thermal processing,
furnace components and heat-treatment equipment. It is readily fabricated and welded.

 

Chemical composition

Element C Cr Cu Fe Mn Si Ti Ni
Weight(%) 0.08~0.15 18.0~21.0 0.5 max 5.0 max 1.0 max 1.0 max 0.2~0.6 Rem

 

Advantages

  •  Good corrosion resistance
  •  Good heat resistance
  •  High temperature static applications

Applications

  •  Sheet applications calling for oxidation and scaling resistance coupled with medium strength at high operating temperatures
  •  Gas turbine engineering
  •  Industrial thermal processing, furnace components and heat-treatment equipment

Heat-Treatment
For bar 30-60 minutes at 1050°C (1920°F) followed by air cooling.
For sheet 5-10 minutes at 1050°C (1920°F) followed by air cooling or, before welding, 5-10 min/1050°C
(1920°F)/AC + an optional 10 min/1050°C (1920°F)/AC.

 

Forms of supply

Bar, wire, rod, forging, plate, strip, sheet, pipe