Nickel Alloys

Nickel 201 Low Carbon

Application & Characteristics 
Specified over Nickel 200 for exposure to temperatures above 600F. Stable in oxidizing atmospheres to 2000F. Used as thermocouple sheaths in molten salt baths at temperatures to 1200F. Frequently used in electronic components requiring severe bending, flaring, expanding or flanging.
Chemical Composition (%)
Ni99.5; C 0.01; Mn 0.20; Fe 0.15; S 0.005; Si 0.05; Cu 0.05
Physical Properties
Melting Range (°F)2615- 2635
Density (lbs/in³) 68F0.321
Thermal Expansion (in/in °Fx10 to the power of -6)7.8
Electrical Resistivity (ohms/cir mil/ft.) 68F50
Mechanical Properties – Temper = A
Tensile Strength (psi x 10³)65
Yield Strength (psi x 10³)15
Elongation ( % )45
HardnessB65(Rockwell)
Mechanical Properties – Temper = H/2
Tensile Strength (psi x 10³)85
Yield Strength (psi x 10³)55
Elongation ( % )15
HardnessB75(Rockwell)
Mechanical Properties – Temper = H
Tensile Strength (psi x 10³)100
Yield Strength (psi x 10³)90
Elongation ( % )6
HardnessB95(Rockwell)

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