Nickel Phosphorus (NiP) Master Alloy

KBM Affilips produces different master alloys in a variety of physical forms, including zinc-based master alloys, aluminum-based master alloys, nickel-based master alloys, lead-based master alloys, and cobalt-based master alloys.

Nickel Phosphorus (NiP) master alloy is one of the products offered by KBM Affilips.


Nickel Phosphorus 20% finds its main application in nickel-based brazing alloys, improving their resistance to chemical erosion and oxidation and strength at high temperatures. Typical brazing application is in gas turbine and jet engine components. NiP is also utilized for electroplating and in welding electrode production.

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

Applications of NiP20

The applications of NiP20 are as follows:

  • In nickel-based brazing alloy production
  • In welding electrode production
  • For electroplating

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