Focus on material alloy 625 in ESR quality and alloy 825

Focus on material AISI 316/ 316L

Two super-alloys for demanding conditions:

In some areas of application our nickel-base alloys are clearly superior according to the high-alloyed stainless steels. High tensile, creep and rupture strength, remarkable fatigue and thermal fatigue strength as well as excellent weldability and brazeability are special properties of nickel-base alloys that make the material suitable for the aerospace engineering, oil and gas and nuclear industries.
The optimal combination of alloying elements in nickel-base Alloy 625 achieves high strength and corrosion resistance (including pitting and crevice corrosion), that make it an excellent choice for sea-water applications.

Discover the data sheets and learn more about the nickel-base alloys:

Material data sheet Alloy 625 ESU
Material data sheet Alloy 825