Inconel® Alloy Applications & Properties
Inconel® is a registered trademark (of Special Metals Corporation) referring to a family of austenitic nickel-chromium super alloys.
Inconel® is typically used in applications where high temperatures are present due to a thick, stable passivating oxide layer which is formed when Inconel is heated. This layer protects the Inconel's surface making it resistant to heat. In addition to heat, Inconel has a high resistance to corrosion, pressure and oxidation. Inconel superalloys also have excellent mechanical properties and are frequently used in the chemical and aerospace industries.
Industries We Serve
Our range of inconel alloys serve a wide variety of different industries including:
Inconel® Alloy Options We Offer
|Inconel® Alloy||Description||Additional Info|
|Inconel® 188||Readily fabricated for commercial gas turbine and aerospace applications. Offered in sheet, plate and bar.||More info|
|Inconel® 625||Ideal for hardware and components in the power, aerospace and chemical processing industries. Offered in sheet, plate, bar and forgings.||More info|
|Inconel® 718||The preferred material for cryogenic storage tanks, turbines, downhole shafts and wellhead parts offered in sheet, plate and bar.||More info|
|Inconel® X-750||Commonly used for gas turbine components, including blades, seals and rotors.||More info|
|230 Plate & Sheet||Trusted by the power, aerospace, chemical processing and industrial heating industries.||More info|