Features of Inconel pipe
Inconel 600 is a nickel-chromium alloy with excellent resistance to oxidation at high temperatures and excellent resistance to carburizing and chloride-containing environments.
Inconel 600 Bolts is a nickel-chromium alloy designed for use from very low temperatures to high temperatures in the 2000 ° F (1093 ° C) range. The high nickel content of the alloy allows it to maintain considerable strength under reducing conditions and is resistant to corrosion by many organic and inorganic compounds.
With a strong oxidizing solution such as hot concentrated nitric acid, the resistance of Inconel 600 is low. Alloy 600 is not attacked by most neutral and alkaline salt solutions and is used in some caustic environments. This alloy is resistant to vapours and mixtures of vapours, air, and carbon dioxide.
Alloy 600 is non-magnetic, has a combination of excellent mechanical properties and high strength, and excellent workability, making it easy to weld. Inconel 625 Tube exhibits cold-forming properties typically associated with chrome-nickel stainless steel.
Typical applications for corrosion include titanium dioxide formation (chloride pathway), perchloroethylene synthesis, vinyl chloride monomer (VCM), and magnesium chloride. Alloy 600 is used in food and chemical treatments, heat treatments, phenolic capacitors, soap making, plant and fatty acid containers, and more.
Resistant to a wide range of corrosive media: Chromium content provides better resistance than alloys 200 and 201 under oxidizing conditions, and high nickel content provides better resistance under reducing conditions. It is substantially resistant to chlorine ion stress corrosion cracking. It is sufficiently resistant to organic acids such as acetic acid, formic acid, and stearin.
Excellent resistance to the high-purity water used in primary and secondary circuits of pressurized nuclear reactors: Dry gases such as chlorine and hydrogen chloride cause little or no attack at ambient and high temperatures. At temperatures up to 550 ° C in these media, this alloy has proven to be one of the most powerful of the common alloys. At high temperatures, annealed and solution annealed alloys show excellent resistance to scale formation and high strength.
Inconel 718 Bolts is also resistant to atmospheres containing ammonia, nitrogen, and fuel gases. Under alternating oxidation and reduction conditions, alloys are subject to selective oxidation.
Generation of caustic alkali, especially in the presence of sulfur compounds. Reactor vessels and heat exchange tubes are used in the production of vinyl chloride. Process equipment used to produce chlorinated and fluorinated hydrocarbons. In nuclear reactors, it is used for parts such as short control rod inlet tubes, reactor vessel parts and seals, steam dryers, and boiling water reactor separators. In pressurized water reactors, it is used for steam generator control rod guide tubes and baffle plates. Furnace retort seals, fans, and accessories. Roller floors and radiation tubes, especially in carbon nitride processes.
Manufacture of INCONEL Alloy 600
Inconel 600 Pipe is non-magnetic, has a combination of excellent mechanical properties and high strength and excellent workability, and is easy to weld. Alloy 600 exhibits cold-forming properties typically associated with chromium-nickel stainless steel.
Six hundred sheets and plates are supplied almost exclusively annealed. Before performing a pitching operation, it may be necessary to reduce the stress on the bar or annealed material.