Monel® Metal Alloys
Monel® (cupronickel) is a metal superalloy that contains approximately 65-70% nickel, 20-29% copper, and 5% manganese. Monel® nickel-copper alloy materials display a strong resistance to chemical corrosion, salt water, acids, alkaline solutions, and are commonly utilized in highly corrosive environments. Monel® metal alloys are most utilized in the oil, marine, and chemical processing industries.
Magellan Metals is your direct Monel® metal supplier. We provide custom work, short lead times, and quick delivery on all types of large or small quantities of Monel® shapes including tube, pipe, wire, sheet, and plate. We are also ISO Certified and provide advanced design expertise for all your metal alloy material needs.
For more information regarding our suite of Monel® nickel-copper alloy metals including Monel® 400, R405, and K500 superalloys, get in touch with our sales team or request a quote today. Magellan Metals is your trusted source for premium quality Monel® nickel-copper materials.
Monel® for Highly Corrosive EnvironmentsMagellan Metals offers Monel® nickel-copper alloys in a wide range of formats including wire, tube, plate, sheet, pipe fittings, bar, flanges, and more. View the individual product pages below for more information about the chemical analysis, available formats, and applications for each grade of Monel® we offer. ® 400 is resistant to sea water, high temperature steam, caustic solutions, and salt. Monel® 400 Series is extremely useful in temperatures up to 1000°F (538°C) and high temperature steam atmospheres.
Monel® Material AdvantagesAt Magellan Metals, we stock three unique Monel® alloys. Each alloy provides its own unique sets of features, depending on the application. Monel® metal materials provide the following beneficial qualities:
- High corrosion resistance
- Excellent strength
- High alkali resistance
- Good resistance to acids
Monel® Nickel-Copper Metal Alloy for Corrosion Resistant ApplicationsMonel® superalloys are commonly utilized in environments and applications that require high corrosion resistance and increased strength. Direct applications include:
- Marine components
- Pump shafts
- Chemical processing equipment
- Heat exchangers
- Valves and fittings