Specialist Inconel® Alloys from NeoNickel display high levels of oxidation resistance and corrosion resistance when exposed to high temperatures.
Based on a nickel-chromium alloy with added aluminium, these alloys are perfect for use in the heat treating industry. Inconel alloys are often used in applications that require excellent mechanical properties over a wide range of temperatures.
Many Inconel alloys make additions to enhance their resistance to oxidation and other forms of high-temperature corrosion.
Why choose Inconel® Alloys?
Displaying excellent resistance to dry CI2 and HCI gasses, alloys such as inconel 600 and inconel 625 have been used in the production of vacuum furnace fixtures, chlorination equipment (up to 537.77 °C) and in titanium dioxide plants. Other applications of Inconel® Alloys include:
- Jet engine exhaust systems
- Engine thrust-reverser systems
- Bellows and expansion joints
- Flare stacks
- Seawater components
Types of Inconel® Alloys
Alloys such as Inconel® 625 are heat treated to display maximum strength and high creep resistance. It’s worth noting, that all Inconels have different compositions. However, all Inconel alloys are mainly made of chromium and nickel. Our range of alloys include:
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For more information on alloys such as 625 Inconel® and Inconel® 718, or to get a quote, contact us or fill in our online quote form.