Inconel® Applications & Properties
What is Inconel?
Inconel® is a registered trademark (of Special Metals Corporation) referring to a family of austenitic nickel-chromium superalloys.
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.
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|
Industries We Serve
Our range of inconel nickel alloys serve a wide variety of different industries including: