Nickel pipe for aerospace applications

Nickel pipe are used in the aerospace industry for some of the good mechanical properties. Nickel alloys have very high temperature resistance, corrosion resistance and they are resistant to wear and tear. They also have preferable magnetic properties. They have good electrical conductivity as well. Nickel pipes can stay in shape at even higher temperatures at as high as 780 degrees Celsius. The pipes used in the aerospace industry can be exposed to high temperatures for extended time periods. The high temperature resistance of nickel makes it one of the most suitable materials in aerospace engineering. Gas turbines, pressure vessels, rocket engines and other high temperature applications in the aircraft industry can cause oxidation. Nickel on the other hand is very much corrosion resistance to oxidation even at higher temperatures. In the structural components of aircraft engineering thermal expansion is an important measurement.

Nickel has a very low thermal expansion rate. it can remain in shape from cryogenic temperatures to very high temperatures. Therefore nickel is used in applications like laser components, measuring devices, thermostat rods and other aerospace accessories. Creep resistance is another important factor needed in the aircraft industry. This property is utilized in making turbine rotors and exhaust valves in the aerospace industry. Commercially pure nickel pipe is also used in the aircraft industry to maximize the mechanical properties of nickel. There are different versions of pure nickel pipe. Nickel 201 is one of those types. The price of nickel 201 pipe differs depending on the market availability and the requirements of the applications.