What kind of alloy mesh is Monel wire mesh?
The Monel wire mesh has been learned by maishi production technicians that its main component is nickel-copper.
Monel alloy can also be called nickel-copper alloy, which is an alloy of copper, iron, manganese and other elements added with metal nickel as the matrix.
Monel alloy has good corrosion resistance and is silvery white, which is suitable for edge wire materials. It is also resistant to corrosion by neutral solutions, water, sea water, the atmosphere, organic compounds, and the like. An important feature of Monel is that it does not generally produce stress corrosion cracking and has good cutting performance.
Monel has excellent corrosion resistance in fluorine gas, hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, hydrofluoric acid and their derivatives. The alloy is mainly used for valve stems, pump shafts and impellers, conveyor scrapers, oil well drill rings, elastic parts, valve mats, etc.
The mesh characteristics of Monel wire mesh are introduced by maishi experts as follows
Acid medium: M400 is corrosion resistant in sulfuric acid with a concentration of less than 85%. M400 is one of the few important materials that can withstand hydrofluoric acid.
Water corrosion: M400 alloy has excellent corrosion resistance in most water corrosion conditions, and pitting corrosion and stress corrosion are rarely found.
Corrosion rate is less than 0.025mm / a high temperature corrosion: the maximum temperature of M400 continuous operation in air is generally around 600 ° C, in high temperature steam, the corrosion rate is less than 0.026mm / a. Ammonia: Due to the high nickel content of Monel 400 alloy, it can withstand corrosion under anhydrous ammonia and ammoniation conditions below 585 °C.
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