Nickel alloy metal powder
The standard range of Osprey® metal powder includes a wide variety of nickel alloy metal powders to be used in, for example, additive manufacturing and metal injection moulding (MIM) as well as in several other applications. We also offer nickel-based superalloys.
General nickel alloys
Nickel alloys used in a range of applications where controlled thermal expansion is a key attribute. Pure nickel is also available.
|Alloy with a coefficient of thermal expansion similar to borosilicate glass||Bal.||0.2||28.5-29.5||16.5-17.5||0.02||0.5||0.2||0.01||-|
|Alloy 36 (Invar 36*)||Alloy with low coefficient of thermal expansion||Bal.||0.02||35.5-36.5||-||-||0.5||0.25||-||-|
|Ni||Pure nickel suitable for use in a range of applications||≤0.5||-||Bal.||-||≤0.02||-||≤0.01||-||≤0.4|
* Kovar and Invar 36 are trademarks owned by Carpenter Technology Corporation.
Other general nickel alloys are also available. Contact us to discuss our full range of metal powder alloys.
Nickel superalloys used in a range of applications where high-temperature corrosion and oxidation resistance are key attributes.
|713C||See below2)||Bal.||≤2.5||0.08-0.20||12.0-14.0||3.8-5.2||5.0-6.5||0.5-1.0||1.8-2.8||B 0.05-0.15
1) This alloy resists a wide range of severely corrosive environments.
2) This alloy combines excellent fatigue resistance and rupture strength at high temperature.
3) This alloy combines corrosion resistance and high strength with outstanding weldability including resistance to post weld cracking.
4) This alloy also has good resistance to high-temperature corrosion and oxidation.
5) This alloy is used extensively in high-temperature applications.
Other nickel superalloys are also available. Contact us to discuss our full range of metal powder alloys.