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SASA METAL, established in 1995, is an experienced and professional manufacturers and suppliers of alloy bar. With the aid of qualified workers and advanced equipment, we can assure you the high quality and good performance of our products. Please be free to buy products for sale with us.

Sasa metal is a stockholder and supplier of Alloy products:

· Pipe (seamless & welded)

· Bar (round, angle,flat,square,hexagonal & channel)

· Plate & sheet & coil & strip

· Wire

Alloy 200   Equivalents: UNS N02200/Nickel 200/Werkstoff 2.4066

Applications Alloy 200:
Alloy 200 is a 99.6% pure nickel alloy which is used extensively in the (petro)chemical industry

Chemical analysis Alloy 200:

Alloy 200 ASTM standards:

Nickel - 99,0% min.

Bar/Billet - B160

Copper - 0,25% max.

Forgings/Flanges - B564

Manganese -  0,35% max.

Seamless Tubing -  B163

Carbon - 0,15% max.

Welded Tubing -  B730

Silicon - 0,35% max.

Seamless Pipe - B163

Sulfur -  0,01% max.

Welded Pipe - B725


Plate - B162

Density Alloy 200: 8,89

Buttweld fittings - B366

Alloy 201   Equivalents: UNS N02201/Nickel 201/Werkstoff 2.4068

Applications Alloy 201:
Alloy 201 is a commercially pure (99.6%) Nickel alloy very similar to Alloy 200 but with a lower carbon content to so it can be used at higher temperatures. The lower carbon content also reduces hardness, making Alloy 201 particularly suitable for cold-formed items.

Chemical analysis Alloy 201:

Alloy 201 ASTM standards:

Nickel - 99,0% min.

Bar/Billet - B160

Copper - 0,25% max.

Forgings/Flanges - B564

Manganese -  0,35% max.

Seamless Tubing -  B163

Carbon - 0,02% max.

Welded Tubing -  B730

Silicon - 0,35% max.

Seamless Pipe - B163

Sulfur -  0,01% max.

Welded Pipe - B725


Plate - B162

Density Alloy 201: 8,89

Buttweld fittings - B366

Alloy 400    Equivalents: UNS N04400/Monel 400/Werkstoff 2.4360

Applications Alloy 400:

Alloy 400 is a nickel-copper alloy with high strength and excellent corrosion resistance in a range of media including sea water, hydrofluoric acid, sulfuric acid, and alkalies. Used for marine engineering, chemical and hydrocarbon processing equipment, valves, pumps, shafts, fittings, fasteners, and heat exchangers.

Chemical analysis Alloy 400:

Alloy 400 ASTM standards:

Nickel - 63,0% min. (incl. cobalt)

Bar/Billet - B164

Copper -28,0-34,0% max.

Forgings/Flanges - B564

Iron - 2,5% max.

Seamless Tubing -  B163

Manganese -  2,0% max.

Welded Tubing -  B730

Carbon - 0,3% max.

Seamless Pipe - B165

Silicon - 0,5% max.

Welded Pipe - B725

Sulfur -  0,024% max.

Plate - B127

Density Alloy 400: 8,83

Buttweld fittings - B366

Alloy 600  Equivalents: UNS N06600/Inconel 600/Werkstoff 2.4816

Applications Alloy 600:
Alloy 600 is a nickel-chromium alloy with good oxidation resistance at high temperatures and resistance to chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking, corrosion by high-purity water, and caustic corrosion. Used for furnace components, in chemical and food processing, in nuclear engineering, and for sparking electrodes.


Chemical analysis Alloy 600:

Alloy 600 ASTM standards:

Nickel - 62,0% min. (incl. cobalt)

Bar/Billet - B166

Chromium - 14.0-17.0%

Forgings/Flanges - B564

Iron - 6.0-10.0%

Seamless Tubing -  B163

Manganese -  1,0% max.

Welded Tubing -  B516

Carbon - 0,15% max.

Seamless Pipe - B167

Silicon - 0,5% max.

Welded Pipe - B517

Sulfur -  0,015% max.

Plate - B168

Copper -0,5% max.

Buttweld fittings - B366

Density Alloy 600: 8,42


Alloy 625   Equivalents: Inconel 625/UNS N06625/Werkstoff 2.4856

Applications Alloy 625:
Alloy 625 is a nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy with niobium added. This provides high strength without a strengthening heat treatment. The alloy resists a wide range of severely corrosive environments and is especially resistant to pitting and crevice corrosion. Used in chemical processing, aerospace and marine engineering, pollution-control equipment, and nuclear reactors.

Chemical analysis Alloy 625:

Alloy 625 ASTM standards:

Nickel - 58,0% min.

Bar/Billet - B166

Chromium - 20.0-23.0%

Forgings/Flanges - B564

Iron - 5.0%

Seamless Tubing -  B163

Molybdenum 8,0-10,0%

Welded Tubing -  B516

Niobium 3,15-4,15%

Seamless Pipe - B167

Manganese -  0,5% max.

Welded Pipe - B517

Carbon - 0,1% max.

Plate - B168

Silicon - 0,5% max.

Buttweld fittings - B366

Phosphorous: 0,015% max.


Sulfur -  0,015% max.


Aluminium: 0,4% max.


Titanium: 0,4% max.


Cobalt: 1,0% max.

Density Alloy 625 625: 8,44

Alloy 825  Equivalents: Incoloy 825/UNS N08825/Werkstoff 2.4858

Applications Alloy 825:

Alloy 825 is a nickel-iron-chromium alloy with molybdenum and copper added to it. It has excellent resistance to both reducing and oxidizing acids, to stress-corrosion cracking, and to localized attack such as pitting and crevice corrosion. The alloy is especially resistant to sulfuric and phosphoric acids. Used for chemical processing, pollution-control equipment, oil and gas well piping, nuclear fuel reprocessing, acid production, and pickling equipment.   

Applications Alloy C276:

Alloy C276 has a very good resistance to a variety of chemical process environments such as hot contaminated organic and inorganic media, chlorine, formic and acetic acids, acetic anhydride, seawater and brine solutions and strong oxidizers such as ferric and cupric chlorides. Alloy C276 has excellent resistance to pitting and to stress-corrosion cracking but it is also used in flue gas desulfurization systems for sulfur compounds and chloride ions encounted in most scrubbers. It is also one of the few materials that withstands the corrosive effects of wet chlorine gas, hypochlorite, and chlorine dioxide.

Chemical analysis Alloy C276:

Alloy C276 ASTM standards:

Nickel - balance

Bar/Billet - B574

Chromium - 14,5-16,5%

Forgings/Flanges - B564

Iron - 4,0-7,0%

Seamless Tubing -  B622

Molybdenum - 15,0-17,0%

Welded Tubing -  B626

Tungsten - 3,0-4,5%

Seamless Pipe - B622

Cobalt - 2,5% max.

Welded Pipe - B619

Manganese -  1,0% max.

Plate - B575

Carbon - 0,01% max.

Buttweld fittings - B366

Silicon - 0,08% max.


Sulfur -  0,03% max.


Vanadium - 0,35% max.


Phosphorus - 0,04% max

Density Alloy 825: 8,87


Titanium Grade 2 - UNS R50400

Applications Titanium Grade 2:
Titanium Grade 2 is a commercially pure Titanium (CP) and is the most commonly used type of Titanium for industrial applications. Titanium Grade 2 is used extensively for sea water piping, reactor vessels and heat exchangers in the (Petro)-chemical, Oil & Gas and Marine Industries. This is partly due to its low density and corrosion resistance and can be easily welded, hot and cold worked and machined.

Chemical analysis Titanium Grade 2:

Titanium Grade 2 ASTM standards:

Carbon - 0,08% max.

Bar/Billet - B348

Nitrogen - 0,03% max.

Forgings/Flanges - B381

Oxygen - 0,25% max.

Seamless Tubing -  B338

Hydrogen - 0,015% max.

Welded Tubing -  B338

Iron - 0,3% max.

Seamless Pipe - B861

Titanium - balance

Welded Pipe - B862


Plate - B265

Density Titanium Grade 2: 4,50

Buttweld fittings - B363

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