Inconel Screws, Fasteners and Fixings
Inconel is an oxidation-resistant alloy with the ability to retain structural integrity in high temperatures.
There are a number of types of Inconel, including Inconel 600, 601, 617, 625, 690, 702, 706, 718, 800 and 903. Each variation has unique traits that are beneficial in a range of circumstances or applications.
The majority of these grades are used frequently as fasteners or fixings alongside chemicals as Inconel does not easily succumb to caustic corrosion, high purity water corrosion or stress-corrosion cracking.
Inconel 600 is a nickel-chromium alloy which is incredibly resistant to a number of corrosive elements – and it is often used in engineering as it is able to maintain its structure in applications that would cause permanent, irreversible distortion to other alloys.
Inconel 601 is very similar to 600, but has an addition of aluminium, which allows it to perform even in extremely high temperatures.
617 is an alloy consisting of nickel, chromium, cobalt and molybdenum, which is both corrosion and oxidation resistant. It is most often found in chemical processing due to a resistance to a wide range of corrosive liquids.
625 is a nickel-base alloy, and its properties include outstanding strength and toughness thanks to the addition of columbium and molybdenum.
Inconel 690 is a high chromium-nickel alloy with high strength and good fabrication characteristics.
If you require more information or would like to order a product in a range of Inconel alloys, please contact us.
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