|Place of Origin:||Shanghai, China|
|Model Number:||Inconel 600|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||20kg|
|Packaging Details:||Spool, carton, plywod case with plastic film as clients required|
|Delivery Time:||7-12 DAYS|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union, Paypal|
|Density:||8.4||Powder Or Not:||No|
|Min Nickel:||72%||Melting Point:||1370-1425|
Best Sales Inconel 600 High Nickel Alloy Annealed Strip/ Tape
INCONEL covers a wide spectrum of compositions and properties. The combination of nickel and chromium in these alloys provides resistance to both corrosive reducing and oxidizing solutions. Nickel and chromium also act together to resist oxidation, carburization and other forms of deterioration at high temperatures. These alloys do not become brittle at cryogenic temperatures, have good tensile and fatigue resistance at moderate temperatures, and have excellent resistance to flow and breakage at high temperatures.
In most INCONEL® alloys, the basic characteristics of the nickel-chromium system are enhanced by the addition of other elements. Some of the alloys increase their resistance by adding aluminum, titanium and niobium (columbium). Others contain cobalt, copper, molybdenum or tungsten to improve specific attributes of mechanical or corrosion resistance. Alloys also contain iron in amounts ranging from 1% to more than 20%. In most cases the dominant effects on the properties are due to the alloys, except iron.
Aerospace and jet engines
Nickel alloys are a natural choice within the aerospace industry. Engine parts, in particular, are exposed to high temperatures and high pressure. Materials need to be able to withstand this environment and retain their strength and integrity. Nickel alloys exhibit low expansion at these high temperatures, offer creep resistance under high-stress conditions, and are corrosion resistant.
INCONEL alloy 600, for example, is used for jet engine and airframe components, such as lockwire, exhaust liners and turbine seals. While INCONEL alloy 601 has such high mechanical strength and is so easy to work with, making it useful across a broad range of aerospace applications.
Superalloys such as INCONEL alloy 625 are utilised for the separation of extracted fluids in the processing systems for liquefied natural gas production. This material offers outstanding fatigue and thermal-fatigue strength, as well as good oxidation resistance, high tensile, creep and rupture strength, and excellent weldability. It’s often employed to line steel transfer piping in sour gas and gas extraction equipment.
Chemical Compositon of Inconel 600 Wt.%:
|Inconel 600 (UNS N06600/NS312)|
|Alloy 200||Nickel 200||N02200|
|Alloy 201||Nickel 201||N02201|
|Alloy 400||Monel 400||N04400|
|Alloy K-500||Monel K-500||N05500|
|Alloy 600||Inconel 600||N06600|
|Alloy 601||Inconel 601||N06601|
|Alloy 625||Inconel 625||N06625|
|Alloy 718||Inconel 718||N07718|
|Alloy 800||Incoloy 800||N08800|
|Alloy 800H||Incoloy 800H||N08810|
|Alloy 800HT||Incoloy 800HT||N08811|
|Alloy 825||Incoloy 825||N08825|
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