Arntzen Corporation specializes in rolling & forming nickel alloys for industrial use, including harsh conditioned applications. We fabricate a wide range of heavy-duty components, including nickel-alloy rolled rings, cylinders, cones, oval or oblong, helical, large diameter pipe fittings, wide plate, and more. In our collection below, you will find some of the grades and sizes we provide that are in high demand. Our mission is to offer top-notch customer service and the highest quality products for any unique project. As part of our industrial steel fabrication services, we provide custom-sized solutions for our client's toughest projects.
Arntzen Nickel Alloy Rolling Capabilities
Moving beyond simplicity, Arntzen Corporation excels in more complex forms of plate rolling, including shape forming of large parts utilizing our in-house offerings including CNC plasma metal cutting & strain line burning, press brake forming, fitting, and welding (SAW, SMAW, GMAW, and FCAW). We fabricate utilizing various materials and standards such as Nickel Alloy, Stainless Steel, & Carbon Steel.
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Nickel Alloy Specifications
Arntzen offers fabricated rolled components & shapes utilizing different types of nickel alloy, including:
- Monel 400—Monel is a nickel-copper alloy with excellent corrosion resistance, good weldability, and moderate to high strength. Monel 400 is used in a variety of applications yet proves exceptional in seawater and high temperatures. It can be readily fabricated by cold- or hot- working, welding, and machining.
- 625 Inconel—Inconel 625 is a nickel-chromium alloy with exceptional resistance to corrosion cracking and pitting. This alloy can withstand inorganic acids such as hydrochloric, phosphoric, sulfuric, and nitric acid.
Nickel Alloy and Its Benefits
Nickel alloy is formed by combining nickel with other metals, such as copper, titanium, iron, aluminum, and chromium. Nickel alloy is highly valued for its ability to retain yielded strength when exposed to extremely high temperatures that can access above 1200°F. This superalloy provides corrosion resistance, acid resistance, and extreme wearability. Nickel alloy is commonly found in industrial applications that undergo extreme stress. Many nickel-based alloys offer high oxidation resistance and longevity above 20 years.
Applications for Nickel Alloy Rolled Shapes
Nickel alloy is used in industrial applications, including aircraft, pharmaceuticals, building materials, food preparation equipment, transportation, etc. For over 65 years, Arntzen is a top-rated customer-recommended steel fabricator for the Illinois and Midwest area. We continue to grow strong partnerships with industrial industries, including agriculture, construction, oil & gas, military, nuclear power, and transportation.
Why Choose Arntzen Corporation?
Experience makes Arntzen the choice for tough materials. Come to Arntzen Corporation with your toughest projects and our dedicated team will work with you to find solutions.
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14600 Washington St
Woodstock, IL 60098