Published: Jan 1981
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Nickel alloys supplied to the nuclear industry must meet strict requirements for quality and traceability of constituents. Ensuring that end products meet those requirements involves careful control of the raw materials used in melting the alloys. Especially important is an effective system of quality control for purchasing and consuming ferroalloys and alloying additives. Development and operation of such a system requires (1) adequate specifications, (2) good relations with suppliers, (3) an approved-suppliers list, (4) formal receiving inspection, and (5) backup surveillance during processing.
ferroalloys, alloying, quality control, nickel alloys, raw materials, nuclear applications
Quality services administrator, Huntington Alloys, Inc., Huntington, W. Va.