Definitions for "Monel"
Invented by the International Nickel Co., and composed basically to two-thirds nickel, one-third copper. Monel has good strength, excellent corrosion resistance against salt water and in high temperatures, and is very expensive.
Registered trademark of Special Metals Ltd.
An alloy of rustless metal used for club heads in the early part of the 20th century.
Durable memory nylon material, virtually unbreakable with memory that returns to its original shape.