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Nickel 400 Supplier

Nickel 400 is a nickel-copper alloy with high tensile strength and excellent corrosion resistance. This nickel-copper alloy offers natural resistance to seawater, making it a smart choice for marine and outdoor operations. At Arbor Metals TM TM TM, we’re a trusted nickel alloy supplier for national and international industries, including offshore oil and gas.

What Is Nickel 400?

Nickel 400 is also known as Monel 400. Its composition consists primarily of nickel (63-70%) and copper (28-34%). This combination creates a natural protective film against seawater corrosion and biofouling.

Nickel 400 also has small percentages of manganese, iron, carbon, sulfur, and silicon. These trace materials can enhance performance in seawater, high-pressure applications, or high-temperature environments.

What Are the Advantages of Nickel Alloy 400?

Nickel 400 covers all of the bases for extreme processing specifications, including:

  • High ductility
  • Excellent corrosion resistance in a range of hot and cold temperatures
  • Good weldability and machinability
  • Strong thermal conductivity

This alloy performs well in acidic solutions, caustic liquids, salt water, and other demanding environments.


What Type of Nickel 400 Products Do You Require?

We provide nickel grade 400 in:

  • Coil and oscillate wound coil
  • Plates
  • Circles and rings
  • Round bars
  • Sheets

As a fully equipped nickel alloy supplier, we also offer in-house metal processing options for nickel 400, such as shearing, sawing, and CNC cutting.

Which Industries Use Nickel 400?

Nickel 400’s unique combination of natural seawater and biofouling resistance, corrosion resistance, tensile strength, and excellent thermal properties makes it an optimal choice for marine environments:

  • Offshore rigs
  • Oil and gas refineries
  • Petrochemical processing
  • Shipbuilding
  • Marine engineering
  • Hydroelectric power generation
  • Water treatment plants

This alloy is one of the rare metals that endure hydrochloric and hydrofluoric acids at boiling temperatures.

Common Applications

As an extremely versatile nickel alloy, Monel 400 adapts well to everything from fuel tanks to precision components. Common applications include:

  • Heat exchangers
  • Pumps
  • Valves
  • Pressure vessels
  • Oil and gas pipes

How Does Nickel 400 Compare to Other Metals?

Nickel 400 is considered a “premium” alloy because of its wide range of advantages for industrial processing. It provides superior corrosion resistance compared to commonly used stainless steel grades, delivering cost savings, reducing maintenance, and improving structural safety.

Nickel 400 performs equally well in subzero temperatures and environments up to 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Its hardness, strength, ductility, and impact resistance remain solid at extreme temperatures and operating conditions, including steam and high-velocity seawater.


Choose a Nickel Alloy Supplier That Offers 24/7 Support

At Arbor Metals TM TM TM, we're more than a nickel alloy 400 supplier with precision products. We stand out for our exceptional service and support. We help you find the right specs for demanding operations. Contact us for detailed information about nickel 400 sizes.

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