Monel 400 Pipe & Tubing

Monel is a collection of nickel alloys , basically consists of nickel ( up to 67% ) and also copper , with minimal amounts of iron , manganese , carbon , and also silicon . Stronger compared to pure nickel, Monel alloys are resistance against corrosion by many agents, such as quickly flowing seawater. They could be constructed easily by hot- or cold-working, machining, and also welding.
Monel 400 is binary metal of the similar quantities of nickel and also copper as exists normally in the nickel ore from the mines which is so regarded a puritan alloy. It will be a very costly alloy, with expense which range from 5 to 10 times the price of copper and nickel; thus its use is restricted to those applications where it cannot be replaced with less expensive alternatives. When compared with carbon steel, piping in Monel is much more than three times as expensive.

Standards – Monel 400 Pipe & Tubing

SummaryStandards
Standard Specification for Seamless Nickel and Nickel Alloy Condenser and Heat-Exchanger TubesASTM B 163
Standard Specification for Nickel-Copper Alloy (UNS N04400) Seamless Pipe and TubeASTM B 165
Standard Specification for Welded Nickel (UNS N02200/UNS N02201) and Nickel Copper Alloy (UNS N04400) PipeASTM B 725
Standard Specification for Welded Nickel (UNS N02200/UNS N02201) and Nickel Copper Alloy (UNS N04400) TubeASTM B 730

Mechanical Properties – Monel 400 Tubing & Pipe

Tensile Strength : Unit – ksi (MPa) , Minimum
Yeild Strength : 0.2 % Offset , Unit – ksi (MPa) , Minimum
Elongation : in 2″, Unit : % , MinimumValues as per ASTM B 163

Condition & GradeTensile StrengthYeild StrengthElognation
Annealed70 (483)28 (193)35

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Welded Pipe

Monel 400 Pipe

Stocking & Supplying Seamless & Welded Pipes as small as 1/4″ NB and 6″ NB. Thickness ranging from Sch 10 to Sch 80.

Tube / Tubing

Monel 400 Tubes / Tubing

Stocking & Supplying Seamless & Welded Tubes / Tubing from 6mm OD to 101.6mm OD. Thickness ranging from 0.8mm to 6mm.