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Alloys for the Chemical Process Industry - 32 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

Tough demands are our business    5 Materials for highly demanding applications    6 Corrosion resistant materials Nickel    9 High-alloyed special stainless steels    13 Zirconium (industrial grade)    13 High temperature materials Nickel alloys and special stainless steels    14 Corrosion resistant materials    18 High-alloyed special stainless steels    22 High temperature materials    26 Nickel alloys and special stainless steels    27

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Tough demands are our business Founded in 1930, VDM Metals developed into a world market leader for high performing metallic materials covering the widest product and service portfolio in the industry. The quality of our products and services bases on our integrated production chain in Germany and the United States and a sales network that spans the globe servicing the most demanding industries backed by a strong R&D and application engineering force. VDM Metals produces high performance alloys for the use in extreme conditions – high temperatures, icy waters, soaring heights and deep underground....

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Materials for highly demanding applications VDM Metals is offering high performance materials in the main product forms plate, sheet, strip, rod, bar and wire. These various product forms exhibit excellent fabricability into vessels, heads, trays, tubes, pipes, fasteners, fittings and flanges, etc. which are subsequently manufactured into the different pieces of equipment required by the chemical industry as pressure vessels, reactors, columns, heat exchangers and filters. At VDM Metals we support our cus­tomers during the development of their pro­j ects starting with the material selection, where...

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Alloys and specifications Corrosion resistant materials / High temperature materials The following applies for all alloys: If you do not find the material you require in the table or the desired product forms, please contact us. We refine existing materials together with our customers or develop new materials in line with special customer requirements. All mentioned values are approximate values and may ­d eviate. The indicated typical chemical values may vary from one alloy version to another. Before placing an order the requested analysis should be clarified with VDM Metals. Our bar materials...

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VDM Metals designation UNS DIN EN Typical chemical    Specification    Product form composition, in %    Plate/ Strip Rod/ Wire sheet    bar Nickel-copper alloys Typical chemical composition, in % Product form Plate/ Strip sheet VdTUV data sheet 263    • Available product forms.

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Typical chemical composition, in % Nickel-molybdenum alloys Product form Plate/ Strip Rod/    Wire sheet    bar VdTUV data sheet 436    •    • Nickel-chromium alloys Product form Plate/ Strip Rod/ Wire sheet    bar Typical chemical composition, in % VdTUV data sheet 305 •_ •_ •_ _ also available with reduced C content (VDM® Alloy 600 L, UNS N06602, DIN EN 2.4817) Available product forms. Please contact us with respect to availability

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Nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloys_ Product form Plate/ Strip Rod/ Wire sheet    bar VDM Metals designation UNS DIN EN Typical chemical    Specification DIN 17752 VdTUV data sheet 479    •

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Nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloys VDM Metals designation UNS DIN EN Typical chemical    Specification    Product form composition, in %    Plate/ Strip Rod/ Wire sheet    bar VdTUV data sheet 505    •    •    • Nickel-iron-chromium-molybdenum-copper alloys VDM Metals designation UNS DIN EN Typical chemical    Specification    Product form c°mp°sition, in %    Plate/ Strip Rod/ Wire sheet    bar Available product

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Corrosion resistant materials High-alloyed special stainless steels VDM Metals designation Typical chemical composition, in % Product form Wire VdTÜV data sheet 483 Plate/ sheet VdTÜV data sheet 509 VdTÜV data sheet 502 Zirconium (industrial grade) VDM Metals designation Product form Plate/ sheet • Available product forms.

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Nickel alloys and special stainless steels Product form Plate/ Strip Rod/ Wire sheet    bar VDM Metals designation UNS    DIN EN Typical chemical    Specification ASTM-B-/ASME-SB-408 ASTM-B-/ASME-SB-409 ASTM-B-/ASME-SB-564 (forgings) VdTUV data sheet 412 ASME Code Case 1325 ASTM-A-/ASME-SA-240 ASTM-B-/ASME-SB-408 ASTM-B-/ASME-SB-409 ASTM-B-/ASME-SB-564 (forgings) BS 3072 (NA 15H) DIN EN 10028-7 (only for 1.4958) DIN EN 10095 (only for 1.4876) DIN EN 10302 VdTUV data sheet 434 (only for 1.4876) VdTUV data sheet 412 (only for 1.4876) VDM® Alloy DS VDM® Alloy 330 Available product forms. (•) Please...

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Nickel alloys and special stainless steels Product form Plate/ Strip Rod/ Wire sheet    bar Typical chemical composition, in % Specification VDM® Alloy 600 H    N06600 2.4816    Ni-16Cr-9Fe-0.07C    _ ASTM-B-/ASME-SB-168 VdTUV data sheet 573 VDM® Alloy C-263    N07263    2.4650    Ni-20Co-20Cr-5.8Mo-2.2Ti-0.5Al Available product forms.

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Properties and applications Corrosion resistant materials Nickel and nickel alloys have useful resistance to a wide variety of aqueous corrosive environments typically encountered in the chemical process industry and energy technology. Nickel by itself is a versatile corrosion resistant metal. More importantly, its metallurgical compatibility over a considerable composition range with a number of other metals as alloying elements has become the basis for many binary, ternary, and other complex nickel alloy systems, h ­ aving very unique and specific corrosion resistant behaviour for handling the...

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Nickel alloys Nickel VDM ® Nickel 200 DIN EN 2.4060 / 2.4066, UNS N02200 VDM ® Nickel 200 is unalloyed nickel with a carbon content of max. 0.15 %. Unalloyed nickel is traditionally referred to as ‘pure nickel’. VDM ® Nickel 201 DIN EN 2.4061 / 2.4068, UNS N02201 VDM ® Nickel 201 is unalloyed nickel with restricted carbon content of max. 0.02 %. This alloy has to be used at service temperatures above 315 ℃ (600 ℉). The material has been approved for use in pressure vessel applications for service temperatures from -10 to 600 ℃ (14 to 1,112 ℉). Unalloyed nickel features excellent resistance to...

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