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Inconel Material Specification

  • Alloy 600
    Solid solution strengthened.
  • Alloy 601
  • Alloy 625
    Acid resistant, good weldability. The LCF version is typically used in bellows. Ideal for hardware and components in the power, aerospace and chemical processing industries. Offered in sheet, plate, bar and forgings.
  • Alloy 690
    Low cobalt content for nuclear applications, and low resistivity.
  • Alloy 713C
    Precipitation hardenable nickel-chromium base cast alloy.
  • Alloy 718
    Gamma double prime strengthened with good weldability. The preferred material for cryogenic storage tanks, turbines, downhole shafts and wellhead parts offered in sheet, plate and bar.
  • Alloy 751
    Increased aluminium content for improved rupture strength in the 1600 °F range.
  • Alloy 792
    Increased aluminium content for improved high temperature corrosion properties, used especially in gas turbines.
  • Alloy 939
    Gamma prime strengthened to increase weldability.
  • Alloy 188
    Readily fabricated for commercial gas turbine and aerospace applications. Offered in sheet, plate and bar.
  • Alloy X-750
    Commonly used for gas turbine components, including blades, seals and rotors.
  • Alloy 230
    Alloy 230 Plate & Sheet mainly used by the power, aerospace, chemical processing and industrial heating industries, Aerospace Materials.
  • Alloy 907
  • Alloy 909
  • Alloy 706
  • Alloy 617
  • Density & Properties

    Tensile Strength

      Physical Properties Metric English
    Alloy 600 Density 8.47 g/cc 0.306 lb/in³
    Alloy 625 Density 8.44 g/cc 0.305 lb/in³
    Alloy 718 Density 8.19 0.296 lb/in3 (8.192 g/cm3)

    Alloy 625 Density*. 8440 [kg · m-3
    Alloy 625 Density: 0.303 lb/in3 (8.44 g/cm3)

    Electrical Conductivity

    MATERIAL CONDUCTIVITY RESISTIVITY NOTES
    (% IACS) (Siemens/m) (Ohm-m)  

    Alloy 600

    1.70

    9.860E+05

    1.014E-06

    conductivity converted from resistivity

    Alloy 600

    1.67

    1.030E-06

    conductivity converted from resistivity

    Alloy 601

    1.45

    1.190E-06

    conductivity converted from resistivity

    Alloy 617

    1.41

    1.220E-06

    conductivity converted from resistivity

    Alloy 625

    1.34

    1.290E-06

    conductivity converted from resistivity

    Alloy 690

    11.65

    1.480E-07

    conductivity converted from resistivity

    Alloy 718

    1.38

    1.250E-06

    conductivity converted from resistivity

    Alloy X750

    1.41

    1.220E-06

    conductivity converted from resistivity

    Hardness

    Rockwell Hardness, Inconel Strength

    MATERIAL HARDNESS HB
    625 Bar
    ≤ 287 HB
    625 Sheet
    145-240
    625 Tube
    Seamless and Welded
    600 rod and bar
    65-85B
    600 Plate
    65-85B
    600 Sheet
    88B max
    600 Tube and Pipe
    88B max
    600 Wire
    600 Wire
    600 Wire
  • Heat Treatment

    Heat Treatment Alloy 600 Alloy 600 is not an age hardening alloy; cold working is the only available means of hardening. Softening by annealing begins at about 1600°F (871°C), and is reasonably complete after 10 to 15 minutes of heating at 1800°F (982°C). Above this temperature, grain growth may be objectionable, although very brief heating at 1900°F will cause complete softening without undue grain growth. Since the rate of cooling has no effect on the softening, the material may be water quenched or air cooled.
    Heat Treatment Alloy 625 Alloy 625 has three basic heat treatments:
    (1) High Solution Anneal – 2000/2200°F (1093/1204°C), air quench or faster.
    (2) Low Solution Anneal – 1700/1900°F (927/1038°C), air quench or faster.
    (3) Stress Relieve – 1650°F (899°C), air quench.
    Heat Shield (2200 deg F continuous).

    Low Temperature

    Alloy 718 temperature ranges from cryogenic up to 1400°F
    Alloy 625 temperatures ranging from cryogenic to 2000°F

    Melting Point

    Alloy 718 Melting Range Solution Treated: 2500-2600°F
    Solution Treated and Aged: 1370-1430°C
    Alloy 600 Melting Range Metric: 1354 – 1413 °C
    English: 2470 – 2580 °F
    Alloy 625 Melting Range 2350 – 2460°F (1280 – 1350°C)

    Thermal Conductivity

    Thermal Properties, Thermal Expansion

    Alloy 600 Thermal Conductivity

    Metric: 14.9 W/m-K
    English: 103 BTU-in/hr-ft²-°F

    Alloy 625 Thermal Conductivity Metric: 9.8 W/m-K
    English: 68 BTU-in/hr-ft²-°F

    Temperature Limits

    Alloy 600 Heat Capacity

    Metric: 0.444 J/g-°C
    English: 0.106 BTU/lb-°F

    Alloy 625 Heat Capacity Metric: 0.41 J/g-°C
    English: 0.098 BTU/lb-°F
  • Mechanical Properties

    Typical Mechanical Properties

    Machinability and Yield Strength

    What are the Characteristics of Inconel?

    • Good resistance to acids, such as sulfuric, phosphoric, nitric, and hydrochloric
    • Almost completely free from chloride induced stress corrosion cracking
    • Excellent mechanical properties at both extremely low and extremely high temperatures
    • Outstanding resistance to pitting, crevice corrosion and intercrystalline corrosion
    • High resistance to oxidation at elevated temperatures

    In what Applications are Inconel alloys used?

    • Chemical and petrochemical processing
    • Components where exposure to high mechanical stress and sea water are required
    • Flare stacks on offshore oil platforms
    • Gas turbines, rocket motors/engines, and space craft
    • Pollution control equipment
    • Nuclear reactors

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    Inconel Ultrasonic Velocity

    Inconel Ultrasonic Testing

    Material in/sec m/sec
    INCONEL 224400 5699.76

    Inconel Welding

    Useful Tips for Welding Inconel Alloy

    Inconel alloy is a nickel-chromium alloys which is used in different welding processes. Inconel alloy is most commonly used in techniques where high heat tolerance is required. Welding Inconel can be rather difficult because the welds that are created have a tendency to crack. There are a few alloys of Inconel that were specifically designed for use in welding like TIG.

    Inconel Galvanic Corrosion

    A galvanic series in sea water is presented in Figure 7 showing inconel alloy 625 to be very noble com-pared to many of the other alloys. Thus, inconel alloy 625 will usually behave as a cathode when in contactwith other materials in sea water.

    Inconel For Sale

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    FAQ: Inconel Ferrous Or Nonferrous 
    Answer : Inconel Products are Non ferrous because it consists mostly of Nickel with only a small amount of Iron in its chemistry.

    ITEM BRAND SIZE
    Inconel alloy Inconel 600
    Inconel 601
    Inconel 625
    Inconel 718

    Plate:3.0~60.0mm (THK) *1000mm (WIDTH) *2000mm (LENGTH)

    Strip:0.1~3.0mm(THK)*≤ 420mm (WIDTH)

    Seamless pipe:6mm~219mm(OD)*0.5mm~18mm(WT)

    Welded tube:1mm~120mm(OD)*0.1mm~10mm(WT)

    U Shape pipe: 10mm~40mm (OD)*0.5-5mm (WT)

     

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Types of Inconel Alloys Products We Manufacture:

Inconel Products We Supply to:

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