Discover reliable suppliers in UAE that sell alloy 201 pipe for a fair price. Check the nickel 201 seamless tube’s maximum temperature.
What is the maximum temperature of the nickel 201 tube?
Nickel 201 alloy was developed as a better version of nickel 200 to be suitable for applications above 600 F or 315 C. It is because of its low carbon content of 0.02 compared to the 0.15 % of 200. ASME VIII Div I approve the nickel 201 tube for pressure vessel service up to 1250 F or 676.6 C.
WNR 2.4068 tubing with such high-temperature resistance is best for many applications that require extreme heating. Nickel 201 seamless tube applications are in several industries like power, food processing, petrochemicals, oil, & gas, paper & pulp, and industrial machinery.
nickel alloy 201 seam welded pipe is available for purchase in a number of different lengths from Middle East stockists. Identify the melting point
What is the melting point of the nickel 201 seamless tube?
After tungsten, molybdenum, and titanium, Nickel has a high melting point of 2647 F or 1453 C. Since the nickel 201 seamless tube has over 99% nickel, it also has a high melting point of 2635 F or 1446 C.
Nickel 201 alloy is a solid solution strengthened commercial pure wrought alloys. The melting point is when the alloy changes from solid to liquid to solidify again. The high melting point of the UNS N02201 welded tube makes it suitable for many industries. Also, WNR 2.4068 tubing with over 99% nickel is strong to withstand pressure also to be useful in petrochemical, oil & gas and other industries.
Before buy compare the costs alloy 201 annealed tubing and Ni201 welded pipe from at least two trustworthy importers in Dubai. see the welding process
Can you weld nickel alloy 201 pipe?
It is easy to weld nickel alloy 201 seamless pipe using an inert gas, resistance welding, and other similar procedures. Most of these welding procedures are like the ones to weld austenitic stainless steel. There is no need for any pre-heating or post-weld heating treatments. The following are the other methods for welding alloy 201 pipe.
- Shielded metal arc welding using nickel welding electrodes 141
- Gas tungsten arc and gas metal ar welding using nickel filler metal 61
Welding the nickel alloy grades 200, and 201 is possible by the same methods except for not using the oxyacetylene process for 201.
Most Selling types of Nickel 201 pipe
Alloy 201 pipe
Nickel 201 seamless tube
Nickel 201 tube
Nickel alloy 201 seam welded pipe
DIN 2.4068 annealed tubing
UNS n02201 cold drawn pipe
Several of the stockists on the list offer UNS N02201 cold drawn pipe from major manufacturers including United Special Metals, Sandvik, etc ; see guidelines
What are the standards of nickel alloy 201 seam welded pipe?
Nickel 201 is pure in commercial form. Hence, making alloy 201 welded pipe from the 201 alloys should follow strict industry standards like ASTM, ASME, ISO, DIN, and B/SB. Only then will the pipes and tubes made of Nickel 201 alloy gain trust in the market to use in many applications. It will also be suitable for many high-safety requiring applications like aerospace, nuclear rectors, and others.The many standards of the alloy 201 welded pipe include ASTM B 161, ASME SB161, ISO 6207, DIN 17751, B 163/ SB 163, B 725/ SB 725, B730/ SB 730, B 751/ SB 751, B775/ SB 775, B 829/ SB 829.
There are no fees for waste. Cut-to-length services are offered by numerous distributors of DIN 2.4068 cold finished pipe ; see application
Where is the alloy 201 annealed tubing suitable?
Nickel 201 alloy, introduced with more Nickel and less carbon, is stronger than 200 alloy for applications even with higher temperatures. Since it is the base material to make Ni 201 pipe, it is suitable for many applications because of its outstanding properties.
Two hundred one pipes and tubes have high resistance to various reducing chemicals and caustic alkalies and excellent electrical and magneto-restrictive properties. Hence it is suitable for the following applications.
In sodium hydroxide manufacturing and handling, especially at a temperature above 572 F or 300 C
In the production of aniline hydrochloride and the chlorination of ethane, benzene, and other aliphatic hydrocarbons
Production of vinyl chloride monomer, viscose rayon, and also soap.