Nickel alloys are a diverse group of metals composed of nickel as the primary element, with the addition of various alloying elements to enhance specific properties. Nickel alloy pipes and tubes are widely used in industries that require corrosion resistance, high-temperature strength, and excellent mechanical properties.

Nickel Alloy Pipes

Here are some key features and applications of Hastelloy pipes:

  • Corrosion Resistance: Nickel alloys exhibit excellent corrosion resistance in various environments, including acidic and alkaline solutions. This makes them suitable for applications in chemical processing, petrochemical, and marine industries.
  • High-Temperature Strength: Nickel alloys maintain their strength and integrity at elevated temperatures, making them suitable for applications such as heat exchangers, boilers, and aerospace components.
  • Versatility: Nickel alloys are versatile and find applications in a wide range of industries, including aerospace, chemical processing, oil and gas, and power generation.
  • Diverse Alloy Compositions: There are numerous nickel alloys available, each with its own set of properties. Some common nickel alloys include Inconel, Monel, Hastelloy, and Nimonic.
  • Resistance to Creep and Fatigue: Nickel alloys often exhibit good resistance to creep and fatigue, making them suitable for applications in which materials are subjected to prolonged stress or cyclic loading.
  • Weldability: Many nickel alloys are weldable, allowing for the fabrication of complex structures. Proper welding procedures are essential to maintain the material's properties.



Pipes Specifications ASTM B161 / ASTM B725 / ASTM B163 / ASTM B730 / ASME SB161
Dimensional specification ANSI/ASME B36.19M, ANSI/ASME B36.10M
Seamless Pipe Size 1 / 8" NB - 24" NB
Welded Pipe Size 1 / 8" NB - 24" NB
EFW Pipe Size 6" NB - 48" NB
Outside Diameter 6.00 mm OD up to 914.4 mm OD, Sizes up to 24” NB available Ex-stock, OD Size Steel Tubes available Ex-stock
Manufacturing Shapes Hydraulic, Round, Rectangle, Square, Hex, Honed
Manufacturing Techniques Normalized & as Rolled
Schedule Thickness Range SCH 5, SCH10, SCH 40, SCH 80, SCH 80S, SCH 160, SCH XXS, SCH XS
End Types Plain End, Beveled End, Treaded One End, TBE (Treaded Both Ends)
Surface Finish No.1, No.4, No.8 Mirror Finish, 2B
Value Added Services Cutting, Beveling, Polishing, Threading, Destructive, Non Destructive, Ultrasonic Testing
Inspection and Test Reports EN 10204 3.1, Mill Test Certificates, Chemical Reports, PMI Test Reports, Mechanical Reports, Third Party Inspection, NABL Approved Lab, Visual Inspection, Destructive Test and Non Destructive Test Reports
Marking Specification
Nominal Pipe Sizes
Pipe Schedule or Wall Thickness
Manufacturing Method (Seamless / Welded)
Heat Number
Manufacturer’s Name or Custom Logo - on request
Marked Pipe Sample: ANSI B36.19 ASTM A 312 12" NB SCH 40S SEAMLESS HEAT NO. XXXX
Outside Finish 2B, No.4, No.1, No.8 Mirror Finish for Stainless Steel Pipes, Finish as per customer Requirements
Delivery Condition Annealed and Pickled, Polished, Bright Annealed, Cold Drawn
Heat Treatment Normalized, Normalized & Tempered
Packing of Nickel Alloy Pipes Packed in Wooden Boxes, Plastic Bags, Steel Strips Bundled, or as per Customers Requests
Specials Sizes and Specifications other than above can be on request
Grades 200, 201



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