|Outside Diameters||.250″ – 1.00″|
|Wall Thicknesses||.020″ – .095″|
|Specifications||ASTM B163, B165|
ASME SB163, SB165
Monel® alloy 400 (UNS N04400. W.Nr. 2.4360, 2.4361) is a part of the Monel family of alloys created by David H. Browne, chief metallurgist for International Nickel Co., patented in 1906 and named after then president Ambrose Monel. An alloy of nickel-copper, roughly 67% nickel, it is known for its resistance to sea water corrosion, acids and other corrosive media. Monel 400 tubing is corrosion resistant, which allows it to excel in marine applications: piping systems, pump shafts, seawater valves, etc. It is also found commonly in chemical plant equipment, crude oil distillation towers, boiler feeders and heat exchangers. An alloy of nickel-copper, roughly 67% nickel, it is known for its resistance to sea water corrosion, acids and other corrosive media.
Only hardened by cold working, Monel 400 tubing exhibits excellent weldability and high strength, in addition to its corrosion resistance. Although low in strength in the annealed condition, using a variety of tempers Monel 400 tubing has great mechanical properties at subzero temperatures, and can be used in temperatures up to 1000° F.
PROSPEC Industrial is supplying various sizes of Monel® Alloy 400 Tubing in less-than 20 foot lengths to meet the needs of customers in markets with small quantity needs.
Monel is a registered trademark of the Special Metals Corporation.