Nickel is rarely used in its pure form. Instead, it is combined with other metals, especially iron, chromium and copper, to produce alloys that are superior to the individual metals. Nickel is used as an alloying element in cast irons, steels and non-ferrous alloys.
Our product is available in 3 different types suitable for a variety of applications.
The controlled and consistent purity of Nickel Pellets and the advantages associated with its distinctive shape make this product an industry standard for the production of high-nickel alloys and iron-base alloys.
High nickel content and low impurity levels allow for its addition as a primary feed material in EAF and induction furnaces or for fine tuning additions in ladle metallurgy stations. The distinctive shape results in high packing density, easy flow and permits semi- and fully-automated handling operations.
The high purity and consistent composition make them suitable for using in demanding melting applications. These high purity plates are the thickest cathode available (~15 mm).