Welding wires for Nickel based alloys

Nickel alloys are used in a weight range of applications in petrochemical industry, turbines, offshore, burning ovens etc.. Due to the addition of Molybdenum, chromium, cobalt or other elements new properties are obtained to resist high temperatures, severe corrosion, thermal shock and huge forces. Inconel® and Hastelloy® are registered trade marks of Special Metals and Haynes International and cover a range of alloys as 600, 625, 825, C276, C2000, C22, C4 and many others. each alloy offers his own special properties. Under this menu on the left you can find more detailed information about the most common Nickel alloys.