Inconel 600 is resistant to corrosion by many organic and inorganic compounds and also makes it virtually immune to chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking.
Alloy 600 is used extensively in the chemical industry for its strength and corrosion resistance. Applications include heaters, stills, bubble towers, and condensers for processing of fatting acids and so on.
Inconel 601 has good high temperature strength, and retains its ductility after long service exposure, and good hot corrosion resistance under oxidizing conditions.
Alloy 601 is used for industrial furnaces; heat-treating equipment such as baskets, muffles, and retorts; petrochemical and other process equipment; and gas-turbine components.
Inconel 625 has a high level of pitting and crevice corrosion resistance to chloride contaminated media, such as sea water, neutral salts and brines.
Alloy 625 is used in chemical processing, aerospace and marine engineering oil & gas, pollution control equipment and nuclear reactors.
Inconel 718 has excellent corrosion resistance at high and low temperatures and good resistance to stress-corrosion cracking and pitting corrosion. Alloy 718 has good performance in hostile environments containing H2S, CO2, chlorides, sulfides and free sulfur at selected temperatures.
Alloy 718 is commonly used for cryogenic storage tanks, downhole shafts and wellhead parts.
Inconel X-750 has good resistance to corrosion and oxidation along with high tensile and creep-rupture properties at temperatures to about 1300°F (700°C).
Alloy X-750 is used in applications such as gas turbines, jet engine parts, heat-treating fixtures, forming tools, and extrusion dies.
Inconel 617 is a solid-solution, strengthened, nickel-chromium-cobalt molybdenum alloy with an exceptional combination of high-temperature strength and oxidation resistance. The alloy also has excellent resistance to a wide range of corrosive environments, and it is readily formed and welded by conventional techniques.
The alloy is used for catalyst-grid supports in the production of nitric acid, for heat-treating baskets, and for reduction boats in the refining of molybdenum. INCONEL alloy 617 also offers attractive properties for components of power-generating plants, both fossil fueled and nuclear.
Inconel 690 has outstanding resistance to oxidizing chemicals and to high-temperature oxidizing gases. And it has resistance to stress corrosion cracking in chloride-containing environments as well as to sodium hydroxide solutions.
Alloy 690 is used for applications such as coal-gasification units, burners and ducts for processing sulfuric acid, furnaces for petrochemical processing, incinerators and so on.
Alloy 660 is a precipitation hardening alloy, which maintains superior strength at high temperatures up to 700℃, surpassing austenitic stainless steels. With a higher nickel content.
Alloy 660 also includes such elements as titanium and aluminum for hardening. Age hardening is used to precipitate γ' phase [Ni3 (Al, Ti)] making this an extraordinarily strong metal at high temperatures.
Alloy 660 is an excellent choice when high-temperature strength is required such as jet engines, gas turbines and turbo charger components.
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