Nickel Alloy 625

AP&C’s Nickel Alloy 625 is best in applications that require high-strength and outstanding corrosion resistance.

AP&C provides the Aerospace, Energy, and Industrial markets with a dependable source of Nickel Alloy powders to support the production of high-quality components and sub-assemblies designed for thermally challenging environments such as rocket engines, gas-turbine hot sections, and heat exchangers. With dedicated equipment producing highly spherical, flowable, fully dense, and high-purity powders, AP&C guarantees a secured-supply chain of high-quality Nickel Alloy materials. 


Nickel-based alloys: UNS N06625

Powder chemistry may comply with standards: ASTM B472, ASTM B637, ASTM F3055, ASTM F3056, AMS 5596, AMS 5662, AMS 5666
Typical particle size distributions (PSD): 0-20 μm, 15-45 μm, 15-63 μm, 45-106 μm, 45-150 μm

 SD  Size distribution by laser diffraction (ASTM B822)  Apparent density (ASTM B212)  Flow rate (ASTM B213)
 D10  D50  D90
 0-20 µm  5 µm   10 µm  18 µm  5.0 g/cm3*   --
 15-45 µm  20 µm  32 µm  43 µm  4.67 g/cm3   --
 45-106 µm  52 µm  73 µm  105 µm  4.86 g/cm3  13 s
 45-150 µm  52 µm  85 µm  137 µm  4.75 g/cm3  13 s

*Tap density per ASTM B527


Nickel Alloy 625

Particle size distribution is measured by laser diffraction as per ASTM B822.  Due to the high sphericity and very low satellites present on AP&C powder, the particle size distribution is highly uniform and the D10, D50 and D90 meet and exceed the industry requirements with an exceptional batch to batch reliability. The typical powder atomization yield ranges from 0-150 µm, after atomization, the powder is sieved according customer specifications.

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