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The Resistant Properties of Nickel Alloy Pipe

October 09, 2013 in Pipe by

PipesNickel could be called something of a universal ally to other materials–or perhaps, more appropriately, an alloy, as it is primarily used for the alloys it forms with other metals. Rarely found alone, nickel is silvery-white, ductile and hard. It makes up part of coins, tools and many stainless steel items, and sometimes it is even added to household items, such as ceramics, magnets and batteries. Because of its useful characteristics and partnering properties, you may find it in everything from electric guitar strings to glass (which, incidentally, develops a green tint from the addition of the metal).

But what makes nickel an excellent alloying agent? And what are the properties that make it such a great partner to other materials? For one, it’s resistant characteristics, which we’ll take a look at below. 

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Industrial Pipe Fittings and Industrial Pipes

November 16, 2011 in Blog, News & Articles, Valves and Fittings by

Industrial pipes are used for many purposes. From electric power and chemical to shipbuilding, they can help support and transfer various gas and liquids through commercial application. With most supplies in the industrial pipe industry, it’s important to find strong, durable and anti-corrosive materials. Here are a few types and descriptions of industrial pipes and industrial pipe fittings:

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