Tag: Nickel Institute

The Nickel Institute is the global association of leading primary nickel producers. Their mission is to advocate for the responsible supply and sustainable development of nickel, nickel alloys and the nickel industry.

100th anniversary for Type-B nickel-base (Ni-Mo) alloys

Geir Moe of the Nickel Institute gives an overview of the family of Type-B nickel alloys, first introduced 100 years ago.

Carbon capture and storage – why nickel alloys are capturing attention

As industries around the globe work to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide, there is also an effort to prevent its escape into the atmosphere by sequestering it.

300 series vs. ferritic stainless steel – which should I choose?

Ferritic stainless steels have useful properties – a lower rate of thermal expansion, higher thermal conductivity, strong ferromagnetism and very high resistance to chloride stress corrosion cracking (SCC).

Nickel Institute reassured by the re-opening of limited trading on the...

Nickel Institute reassured by the re-opening of limited trading on the LME, urges LME, the FCA and the Bank of England to swiftly restore...

Nickel alloys: Ni-hard

The use of hydrogen in the steel making process is an important topic affecting manufacturers around the globe.

Global demand for nickel: Nickel Institute

According to the Nickel Institute, around 75% of the world's stainless steel production is accounted for by grades containing nickel. The demand for nickel is...

Nickel takes the extreme heat

Most chemical processes react faster, and power generation operates more efficiently when they run hotter. But will the materials stand up? In practice, the maximum temperature for many processes is limited by material suitability. Nickel can come to the rescue.

Stainless Steel Infrastructure: a lifetime of savings

The Nickel Institute has published Stainless Steel Infrastructure: a lifetime of savings. This new publication explains how the unique properties of nickel-containing stainless steel make it a cost-effective choice of material for a wide range of structural applications.

Featured Story – At the extremes: nickel alloys in space

2020 marked the start of an exciting new decade in space exploration and innovation with nickel-containing alloys playing an important role in the construction of rockets, wheels, and catalysts, to name a few applications.

Nickel Institute publishes a guide on alloy selection

The Nickel Institute has published the latest in a series of updated technical publications aimed at helping engineers and specifiers select corrosion-resistant materials.