A nickel-copper alloy, precipitation hardenable through additions of aluminum and titanium.
BS ISO 3076 NA16
NACE MR0175 / ISO 15156-3
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We can supply material in the hot worked annealed and peeled or annealed and cold drawn condition. Fully certified material, additional testing available.
Alloy 825 Chemical Composition
Alloy 825 Mechanical Properties
|Tensile Strength min||85||586||-|
|Yield Strength (0.2% offset), min||35||241||-|
|Elongation in 2", or 5D 0 mm or 4D min %||-||-||30|
For more technical information download our Alloy 825 information sheet here
Alloy 825 is also often used where oxidising and non-oxidising hot acids come into contact with the metal. Markets include pollution control, metal cleaning and scaling, oil and gas and marine applications.
Typical end uses include:
- heating coils
- baskets and chains in sulphuric acid pickling plants
- heat exchangers in chemical production applications.
- sea-water-cooled heat exchangers
- offshore product piping systems
- pollution-control equipment components
- oil and gas well piping
- nuclear fuel reprocessing components.
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