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Inconel600 alloy is a nickel-chromium-iron-based solid solution strengthened alloy. It has good high temperature corrosion resistance and oxidation resistance, excellent hot and cold working and welding properties, and has satisfactory heat resistance and high plasticity below 700 ℃.
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Typical room temperature Tensile Properties of Annealed Material
Inconel 600 Alloy Characteristics:
●One of the reasons that INCONEL alloy 600 is a standard material in a number of different industries is thanks to its superior corrosion resistance.
Given how versatile this alloy is, INCONEL alloy 600 lends itself a wide range of different applications, particularly those where temperatures are significantly elevated.
●Heat-treating the alloy;
INCONEL alloy 600 can be fabricated by both hot and cold working. While cold working hardens and strengthens the material, by combining cold work with hot work, it’s possible to produce various mechanical properties.
Inconel 600 alloy Application Industry:
●Heat treating industry
●Pulp and paper industry
●Gas turbine components
Inconel 718 alloy is a precipitation-hardening type nickel-chromium-iron alloy containing niobium and molybdenum. It has high strength, good toughness and corrosion resistance in high and low temperature environments below 650 ° C. Its state can be solid solution treated or precipitation hardened.
Inconel 718 ASTM Specifications:
Inconel 718 characteristics:
● Easy to process
● High tensile strength, fatigue strength, creep strength and breaking strength at 700 ℃
● High oxidation resistance at 1000 ℃
● Stable chemical properties at low temperatures
● Good welding performance
Inconel 718 Application Industy:
Due to its high temperature strength, excellent corrosion resistance and easy processability at 700 ° C, it can be widely used in various high-demand occasions.
● Steam Turbine
● Liquid Fuel Rocket
● Cryogenic Engineering
● Acid environment
● Nuclear Engineering