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Heat treatment of ASTM B366 UNS N08020 elbow
ASTM B366 UNS N08020 fittings are generally furnished in the stabilized-annealed condition between a temperature range of 1800°F – 1850°F.
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Common use and applications of nickel 20 fittings
nickel 20 fittings have excellent resistance to seawater. Therefore they make excellent additions to marine engineering applications. The alloy is easy to clean and can be used in relatively higher temperature settings. Industries like food processing, pharmaceutical, chemical processing, power generation and oil and gas prefer using them.
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How to prevent corrosion on nickel alloy 20 seamless end cap?
Chemically, Alloy 20 pipe fittings contain Nickel in a higher ratio. While pure nickel has excellent corrosion-resistant material, alloy 20 inherits some of its characteristics as well. This includes resistance to corrosion. And though the material has good corrosion resistance, this is a property that can be increased by treating the surface of the fitting. Usually, surface treatments such as hot galvanization, Transparent or rust-proof black oil are applied to them. The application of a surface treatment prevents oxidation corrosion.
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What are the advantages & disadvantages of alloy 20 fittings?
- Excellent corrosion resistance to sulfuric acid.
- Compared to high nickel alloys, it proves to be cost-effective.
- High resistance to local corrosion like pitting and crevice corrosion.
- Despite containing about 30% nickel in its chemical composition, its use is limited to a maximum of 1000°F, according to ASME standards. If the application calls for use in elevated temperatures, nickel alloys would be the ideal choice.
- Although the material exhibits good resistance to chlorine ions, the fittings need to be used with caution to prevent corrosion.