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Nickel based alloys are very useful materials for the manufacture of high quality tubing products. One of the key reasons is that they offer excellent corrosion resistance in both aqueous and high temperature applications.
Product Name: ASTM B366 Nickel 200 90 Degree Elbow
ASTM B 366
- UNS N02200
- WERKSTOFF 2.4066 / 2.4060
The most common is long radius (L.R.) elbow where the centre to face dimension (A) is always 1 ½ times the nominal pipe size of the elbow.
Short Radius Elbows
In this case the centre dimension(A) is the same as the nominal pipe size of the elbow.
Extra Long Radius Elbows
This is where the centre to face dimension is longer than the standard long radius type. The most common of these is where the centre to face dimension is three nominal size, i.e. 3D.
The function of an elbow is to change direction of flow in a piping system. Elbows are split into three groups, which define the distance over which they change direction, which is expressed as a function of the distance from the centre line of one end to the opposite face. This is known as the centre to face distance and is equivalent to the radius through which is the elbow is bent.
90 degree elbow, also called “90 bends or 90 elbows“, are manufactured as SR (Short Radius) elbows and LR (Long Radius) elbows. SR (Short Radius) elbows have a Center-to-Face dimension of 1.0 X diameter and are typically used in tight areas where clearances are an issue. LR (Long Radius) elbows have a Center-to-Face dimension of 1.5 X diameter and are the more common type and used when space is available and flow is more critical.
ASTM B366 Nickel 200 90 Degree Elbow delivered with a 3.1 certificate. we can perform the tests required to issue a 3.2 certificate, or a CMTR in accordance with the ASME III Code.
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Nickel can look back on a several thousand-year-old practical application. Very pure nickel was first manufactured in the early 18th century.
Nickel is a metal that can be similarly processed like iron. It is characterized by a high corrosion resistance and is highly resistant to oxygen, water and corrosive substances. Nickel-containing magnets retain their magnetism even under the toughest operating conditions. His reaction-catalytic action is made, inter alia, in the splitting of crude oil exploited.
Applications / Products
Nickel is a versatile metal. Most important, however is its use as an alloying metal: Even small nickel additions increase the strength and toughness of steel. More than half of the global Nick Diesel consumption is used for the production and finishing of stainless steels: for example, dishwashers, cookware, escalators, tankers and medical instruments. Since steel with the addition of nickel even at temperatures of minus 200 degrees Celsius is not fragile, it is nickel-containing steels for refrigerating equipment and containers suitable for the storage of liquefied gases. With the help of super alloys of nickel-chromium iron new high-performance materials have been developed that are used in wastewater technology, oilfield technology, flue gas desulphurisation plants, gas turbines and reactors.