Monel

Monel features a nickel-copper alloy (about 67% Ni – 23% Cu) that is resistant to sea water and steam at high temperatures as well as to salt and caustic solutions. Few examples of monel grade as below:

400

Chemical Composition:
ElementMinMax
Carbon--0.3
Nickel6370
Iron--2.5
Silicon--0.5
Manganese--2
Sulfur--0.024
Copper2834

K500

Chemical Composition:
NiCuAlTiCMnFeSSi
63.0-70.0Remainder2.30-3.15.35-.85.25 max1.5 max2.0 max.01 max.50 max
Typical Mechanical Properties:
MaterialForm and ConditionTensile Strength MPaYield Strength (0.2% Offset) MPaElongation (%)Hardness Rockwell B
Alloy K 500 Rod and BarCold Drawn Annealed621-758276-41450-2575-90B
Alloy K-500 Rod and BarCold- Drawn Annealed and Aged896-1310586-82730-2024-35C

405

Chemical Composition: 
ElementContent,%
Ni63.0min
Cu28min~34max
Fe2.5max
Mn2.0max
C0.3max
Si0.5max
S0.025min-0.060max
Mechanical Properties :
ConditionTensile (ksi).2% Yield (ksi)Elongation %Hardness Brinell (3000 kg)Hardness Rockwell B
Annealed70-8525-4050-35110-14060-76
Hot-Finished75-9035-6045-30130-17072-86
Cold-Drawn, As-Drawn85-11550-10535-15160-24585-23C