austentic cast iron

  • Nickel content of more than 20%
  • High-grade corrosion resistant against sea water and alkaline media

We produce Ni-Resist in the following grades:

  • EN-GJSA-XNiCr20-2 (5.3500)
  • EN-GJSA-XNiCrNb20-2 (5.3502)
  • EN-GJSA-XNiSiCr35-5-2 (5.3505)

Ni-Resist is used for many products

  • Ship propulsion systems
  • Pump inserts
  • Pump housing
  • Pump wheels


Die technologischen und physikalischen Werte hierzu finden Sie in unserem Werkstoff-Normblatt.

Normblatt speichern

A high heat resistance as well as a particularly high (or low) thermal coefficient of expansion belongs to the further extreme characteristics of Ni-resist. Ni-resist is erosion resistant, non-scaling and not magnetizable. The nickel quotient increases the tensile strength and the elongation of this material.

Ni-resist does not form a passive layer in contact with sea water or alkaline materials. Ni-resist can be machined better than cast steel and is usually more economical to produce. The structure of Ni-resist is austenitic, very strongly enriched with nickel (photo right). The high nickel content is decisive for the unusually high corrosion resistance of the material.

Do you have any questions about Ni-Resist?

Technische Beratung

Thomas Veckenstedt

+49 2942 505-803