Corrosion resistant alloys find considerable use in the oil & gas sector.

Critical Protection

Corrosion is a problem prevalent in many end-user applications and differs depending on the operating environment.

Choosing the correct corrosion-resistant alloy is critical to minimise susceptibility and extend the service life of a component before replacement. In the oil, gas and petrochemical market, engineers need to have confidence in the life cycle of a material to avoid catastrophic failures in pressure vessels, boilers and heat exchangers.

Utilising Nickel

While stainless steel finds use in corrosion-resistant applications, nickel alloys are the material of choice for even harsher environments. High strength, outstanding corrosion resistance and the ability to retain mechanical properties at temperature all transpire to provide a reliable material solution in severe operating environments.

Our Stock Range

Our corrosion-resistant alloys comprise of nickel grades, developed to perform in various corrosive media, from aerospace applications to marine and sour gas. We stock material in solid round bars and sheets, which are available for immediate supply.

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Different Corrosion Types

Corrosion presents itself in various forms. Corrosion affects metals in various ways depending on the corrosion type and the material's susceptibility.

The obvious one is atmospheric corrosion, but there are many others. Pitting, intergranular, crevice, cavitation and stress are further corrosion types affecting alloy performance.

If corrosion is a distinct risk with your engineering application, alloy selection is critical.

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Stock Information

We specialise in the stockholding and supply of nickel alloy bars which offer excellent corrosion resistance.

We also stock nickel alloy sheets and provide in-house guillotining services to cut your products to size.

Our bespoke IT platform has a customised MRP which uses complex algorithms to ensure stock level targets are met to keep up with demand.