We are expanding our high-performance family of Sanicro® nickel alloys to give you more options for bar and hollow bar. Ideal for machining critical components, this portfolio builds on our 60-year legacy of providing high-performance tube in similar grades. In 2021, we introduced Sanicro® 825 bar and hollow bar, and we’ll continue to roll out new corrosion-resistant alloys to help reduce machining costs, simplify welding and fabrication.
When failure is not an option, our new Sanicro® 625 bar (Grade 1) is a safe and reliable choice. This tough super alloy (UNS N06625) offers high strength, extraordinary corrosion resistance, good fabricability and excellent welding properties. Regarded as “the gold standard” of nickel alloys, Sanicro® 625 stands up to acids, alkalis, seawater, and other wet corrosive conditions in both cryogenic environments and temperatures up to 593°C (1100°F). The bar is available in OD 3 to 9 inches (76.2 – 228.6 mm), with production based on 84% recycled steel and fossil-free energy.
All Sanicro® bar and hollow bar products are manufactured at our fully integrated steel mill, allowing for full traceability from melt to final bar. To meet key ASTM, ISO, ASME and NACE standards, we perform comprehensive tests for tensile strength, hardness, grain size and intergranular corrosion. Hollow bar standards include: ASTM B423 / ASME SB 423; NACE MR0175/ISO15156 and MR0103/ISO17945; API 6A. Bar standards include ASTM B425 /ASME SB 425 and more (download the datasheet for a complete list).
As we expand our Sanicro® range, the ambition is to provide an in-stock selection of the most common dimensions.
Currently, our stock selection ranges from 20 to 260 millimeters (0.787 – 10.24 inches) in three to seven-meter lengths (118.11– 257.6 inches), depending on the diameter. However, depending on the size, we can also do custom orders, so please don’t hesitate to call us.
Our growing Sanicro® range is welcome news for fabricators of critical components exposed to chlorides, hydrogen sulfide and other chemical compounds or gases in hot corrosive environments. Typical components include flanges, valves, discs, fittings, couplings, rings, seals, bolts, nuts, shafts and forgings. Common industries served include geothermal, oil and gas, solar and petrochemicals, with end uses ranging from offshore piping systems and heat exchangers to waste heat recovery systems.