Why Choose Alloy 825 for Chemical Processing? | Technical Corner

In this MTD Technical Corner episode, metallurgist Rodney Rice from Langley Alloys delves into the unique properties of alloy 825. Developed specifically for its acid resistance, rather than strength, this nickel-based alloy is pivotal for industries like chemical processing, fertiliser, and battery production. Rodney also shares insights on Langley Alloys’ rigorous process for product traceability, ensuring quality from warehouse to end user. Discover how this “entry-level” alloy stands tall among high-value materials. Subscribe to MTDCNC for more insights!

The home of Super Duplex

• Ferralium 255-SD50 (1.4507, S32550)

• S32760 (1.4501, F55)

• 2507 (S32750, 1.4410, F53)

• 2205 (S32205, 1.4462, F51)

Nickel alloys too

• Alloy 718 (N07718, 2.4668)

• Alloy 625 (N06625, 2.4856)

• Alloy 725 (N07725)

• Alloy 825 (N00825, 2.4858)

• Alloy 925 (N09925)

• Alloy K-500 (2.4375

High performance stainless steels

• Fermonic 50 (Nit50, 1.3964, XM19, S20910)

• Fermonic 60 (Nit60, S21800)

Unique copper alloys

• Hiduron 130 (2.1504, DTD900/4805)

• Hiduron 190 (NES835)

• Hidurel 5 (2.0855, DTD498)

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