Nickel Calcium (NiCa) Master Alloy

KBM Affilips produces different master alloys in a variety of physical forms, including cobalt-based master alloys, nickel-based master alloys, lead-based master alloys, zinc-based master alloys, aluminum-based master alloys, and much more. Nickel Calcium (NiCa) master alloy is one such product offered by KBM Affilips.


Composition of NiCa6

Calcium 6
Nickel Balance

Nickel Calcium 6% is useful for final deoxidation, sulfide inclusion shape control, and desulfurization. Its addition improves the melt fluidity and enhances the machinability. These characteristics facilitate the hot working of cast steel ingots. NiCa also increases the resistance to stress fracture and corrosion.

KBM Affilips supplies nickel/iron/cobalt based additives in lump form for the iron, steel and super alloy industry. The company produces lumps of defined size by crushing and the lump shape is generally specific to the alloy to be produced.

Applications of NiCa

NiCa is mainly utilized for desulfurization and deoxidation of Ni-based alloys, stainless and heat resistant alloys, and low alloyed steel.

About KBM Affilips

KBM Affilips is a master alloys manufacturer based in the Netherlands and Belgium. Specializing in aluminum, copper, nickel, cobalt, iron, zinc and lead based alloys as well as special alloys.

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by KBM Affilips.

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