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This is a free service and is provided to support existing and potential users of nickel-containing materials. Read More
Nickel Institute’s Technical Help Service

Nickel Institute’s Technical Help Service is a free service to support both existing and potential users of nickel-containing materials. Through our worldwide network of highly qualified specialists, we can provide help with all types of nickel-containing materials such as stainless steels, nickel and copper alloys and plating. Our specialists cover a wide range of end-use sectors, including architecture building & construction, process plant engineering, energy & power generation, transport and food contact materials. Please provide your email address to create your account. We will use your email address for correspondence regarding your inquiries, and will not distribute or use your email address for any marketing purposes.
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The Nickel Institute’s technical information service provides free advice and assistance of a general nature through the Nickel Institute's network of independent contractors. Nickel Institute is not providing a specification or design service. The technical inquiry service is not intended or designed to be a substitute for the services and judgment of the engineer, designer or other professional involved in materials selection or design. The information provided should not be used or relied up for specific applications without obtaining competent advice. Nickel Institute its members, staff and consultants do not represent or warrant the suitability of the information provided for any general or specific use and assume no liability or responsibility of any kind in connection with such information. Inquirers must recognize the limitation of the service provided and are recommended to secure their own advice from competent sources to ensure suitability of materials selection or design for any given application.

Any terms of confidentiality regarding information provided by an inquirer must be secured by the inquirer directly with the technical inquiry services contractor. Nickel Institute will not receive any confidential information from inquirers.

Any personal information provided to set up the account will be held in accordance with the Nickel Institute’s Privacy Policy which the inquirer acknowledges having read and agreed to.