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NICKEL ALLOYS

RA330® – The workhorse of austenitic heat resistant alloys. Good strength, carburization and oxidation resistance up to 2100°F.

A nickel base superalloy with excellent carburization, oxidation, and hot corrosion resistance. It has high creep rupture strength with exceptional ability to withstand repeated thermal shock.

Low carbon, high purity, nitrogen-bearing “super-austenitic” stainless alloy. The AL-6XN® alloy was designed to be a seawater resistant material and has since been demonstrated to be resistant to a broad range of very corrosive environments

RA 602 CA® alloy is the most oxidation resistant/high strength nickel alloy available. It is capable of extreme temperature use up to and beyond 2200°F (1200°C).

Nickel-chromium alloy with tungsten and molybdenum additions. It boasts excellent oxidation resistance to 2100°F and superior strength at temperature.

600

Inconel® 600 is a nickel-base alloy with excellent carburization, and good oxidation resistance at elevated temperatures.

601

Inconel 601 is a nickel-chromium alloy, that is highly resistant to oxidation through 2200°F. 601 alloy develops a tightly adherent oxide scale which resists spalling even under severe thermal cycling.

625

Inconel 625 is a nickel-base alloy used both for its high strength and outstanding aqueous corrosion resistance. The strength of alloy 625 is primarily a solid solution effect from molybdenum and columbium.

718

Inconel 718 is a high-strength nickel base superalloy used for cryogenic temperatures up to long term service at 1200°F. The alloy is readily fabricated and may be welded in either the annealed or precipitation (age) hardened condition.

Alloy 718 (AMS 5663) is bar that is already aged (precipitation hardened). As supplied, this material provides high tensile strength and hardness compared to 718 in the annealed condition.

Incoloy® 800 is an austenitic heat resistant alloy designed for high temperature structural applications. The strength of it is achieved by controlled levels of carbon, aluminum and titanium along with a 2100°F minimum anneal to achieve a grain size of ASTM 5 or coarser.

Alloy 20 was designed specifically to withstand sulfuric acid. Its nickel, chromium, molybdenum and copper levels all provide excellent general corrosion resistance.

Alloy X is one of the most widely used nickel base superalloys for gas turbine engine components. This solid solution strengthened grade has good strength and excellent oxidation resistance to 2000°F. 

Invar 36 is a nickel-iron, low-expansion alloy containing 36% nickel. It maintains nearly constant dimensions over the range of normal atmospheric temperatures, and has a low coefficient of expansion from cryogenic temperatures to about 500°F. The alloy also retains good strength and toughness at cryogenic temperatures. Invar 36 can be hot and cold formed and machined using processes similar to austenitic stainless steels.