Nickel and Innovation

June 01, 2013

BASF NCM Li-ion Cathode material at 2200x

We have been celebrating stainless steel for the past year and the last chapter on the first 100 years of stainless steel appears on the page opposite. It’s time now to consider some of the ways society will likely be using nickel in the next hundred years.

It’s reasonable to expect that nickel-containing stainless steels will remain a very significant construction material, and for all the familiar reasons. Which is to say its ductility, toughness, strength, weldability, resistance to acids and other corrosive chemicals, and cleanability will all remain in high demand.

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Improving lives

Nickel in healthcare

December 19, 2017

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Feature Story:
Nickel alloys helping hearts beat stronger
With an aging population, demand is stronger than ever for pacemakers and defibrillators. With increased usage of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), it is important that permanent implants are made from non-magnetic materials, such as UNS R 30035.