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Composition of Nickel Alloy 59 Pipe and Tubing


Grade59
UNS DesignationN06059
Nickel (Ni)Bal.
Chromium (Cr)22.0–24.0
Iron (Fe)1.50
Molybdenum (Mo)15.0–16.5
Titanium (Ti) Max.
Aluminum (Al) Max.0.1–0.4
Cobalt (Co) Max.0.3
Tungsten (W)
Vanadium (V) Max.
Copper (Cu) Max.0.50
Manganese (Mn) Max.0.5
Niobium (Nb) plus Tantalum
Carbon (C) Max.0.010
Nitrogen (N) Max.
Silicon (Si) Max.0.010
Sulphur (S) Max.0.010
Phosphorous (P) Max.0.015
Other Elements

Physical Properties of Nickel Alloy 59 in the Annealed Condition at -20°F to +100°F


      Tensile Strength Yield Strength            
Alloy UNS Designation Spec. psi MPa ksi psi MPa ksi Elongation in 2 in. (min.) % Grain Size Req. Max. Hardness Modulus of Elasticity (x106 psi) Mean Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (IN./IN./°F x 10-6) Thermal Conductivity (BTU-in/ ft2-h-°F)
59 N06059 B619, B626 100,000 690 100 45,000 310 45 45 30.5 6.7 118

Nickel Alloy 59 Product Range


Alloy UNS Designation Werkstoff NR. Specifications*
59 N06059 2.4605 B/SB626, B/SB619

*Note: The specifications noted including ASTM, ASME, or other applicable authorities are correct at the time of publication. Other specifications may apply for use of these materials in different applications.