Philadelphia Forgings supplies forged products
to customers based primarily in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware,
or anywhere in the United States. Offering a number of corrosion-resistant
forgings, which include stainless
steel forgings, titanium forgings, nickel alloy forgings, and others, Philadelphia Forgings is
proud to supply Monel® forgings for applications that require
parts or components that exhibit excellent levels of strength as
well as corrosion resistance.
Properties of Monel®
Monel® refers to a trademarked class of
stainless, rust-resistant metals which are primarily a combination
of nickel and copper.
Philadelphia Forgings offers several types
of Monel® which include:
Monel® 400. Resistant to a variety of corrosive media, including salt water
and concentrated acids, Monel® 400 forgings exhibit
good ductility and tensile strength.
Monel® 500. Containing aluminum and titanium for increased strength and toughness, Monel® K 500
forgings are age hardenable, and able to provide high fatigue and
Because of its excellent corrosion resistant
characteristics in the presence of salt water, acids, alkalines
(bases), and a variety of other caustic media, Monel® forgings
are often used in marine applications or chemical processing operations.
Monel® K 500 can be forged into propeller shafts for various
types of watercraft as well as seawater pump shafts and impellers.
Products forged from Monel® K 500 are found in the storage,
transport, and processing equipment for organic acids as well as
dry or caustic chloride. Monel® 400 forgings are often found
in marine applications as pipes, valves, pump shafts, fittings,
and fasteners, or as heat exchangers for the power generation industry
as well as other industries. They are especially valuable for the
processing of chemicals and hydrocarbons.
Contact Philadelphia Forgings today for the
superior Monel® forgings necessary for the success
of a variety of marine and chemical operations. Philadelphia Forgings
also offers products that have been forged from
superalloys as well as other proprietary metals such as Inconel®