Ni-Resist Iron

Overview

Dura-Bar Ni-Resist iron is commonly specified for use in corrosive atmospheres and will exhibit corrosion resistant properties somewhere between cast iron and austenitic stainless steel. The matrix is austenite with alloy carbide and contains Type VII graphite, Type A flakes, size 4-6, as defined in ASTM A247. The austenitic matrix provides excellent corrosion resistance and is non-magnetic.

IronStock GradesNon-Stock Grades
Ni-Resist201 Type 1n/a

Ni-Resist Iron Grade Comparison

GradeTensile Strength (psi)Yield Strength (psi)ElongationFatigue Strength (psi)
201 Type 1 >20,000n/an/an/a

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