Pure nickel is a fascinating material that is widely used in various industries. At metallstore24.de we offer an impressive selection of high-quality nickel products, which we supply to you in hard-rolled to semi-hard versions. metallstore24.de is your first port of call for nickel foil and other products.
Our selection of nickel products & nickel alloys
Nickel and Nickel alloys are fascinating materials that are widely used in various industries. At metallstore24.de we offer an impressive selection of high-quality nickel foils and plates.
Nickel foils: Our nickel foils are available in various thicknesses and are perfect for applications in electronics and construction. Nickel foils offer excellent electrical conductivity and resistance to oxidation.
Nickel plates: Our nickel plates are versatile and are suitable for constructions that require high resilience and durability. Nickel plates are available in various sizes to suit your needs.
The versatility of nickel & Nickel alloys
Nickel is a metal with outstanding properties that make it indispensable for many industrial applications.
Excellent resistance to corrosion: Nickel is known for its exceptional corrosion resistance, making it ideal for environments exposed to moisture and chemical influences play a role.
High thermal and electrical conductivity: Nickel has high thermal and electrical conductivity, making it indispensable in the electronics and energy industries.
Good formability: Nickel can be easily shaped and machined, making it a preferred material for making foils, plates and other shapes.
The Tensile Strength: Our hard-rolled to semi-hard nickel plates are known for their remarkable tensile strength and are widely used in various industries.
The exact tensile strength of the nickel plate may vary depending on the exact alloy and method of manufacture. In general, the tensile strength of pure nickel is around 210 to 345 megapascals (MPa), while nickel alloys containing other elements such as chromium, molybdenum or iron can have a higher tensile strength, often in the range of 500 to 900 MPa.
Nickel & Nickel alloy
In the aerospace industry, nickel alloys are used for structural components that must withstand extreme forces and temperatures. The high tensile strength of nickel is crucial here. In the chemical industry, nickel plates are used in systems that are exposed to aggressive chemicals. Tensile strength ensures the longevity and integrity of these equipment. Nickel alloys are used in turbines and generators in power plants to withstand the high mechanical stresses encountered in energy production. Nickel plates are used in vehicles, particularly in high-performance vehicles and aircraft, where they are used in structural components. In shipbuilding, nickel alloys are used in parts such as ship propellers and ship shafts to ensure resistance to corrosion and tensile forces.