Inconel 600 sheets and plates are flat, thin alloy pieces manufactured to specific dimensions. Inconel 600 is non-magnetic, which makes it suitable for applications that require non-magnetic properties. Inconel 600 is non-magnetic, which makes it ideal for applications that require non-magnetic properties.
Inconel 800 is a high-strength nickel-iron-chromium alloy known for its excellent resistance to oxidation and carburization at high temperatures. Inconel 800 sheets and plates are flat, thin sections of this alloy that are commonly used in various industries, particularly in applications involving elevated temperatures and corrosive environments.
Inconel 601 is a nickel-chromium alloy known for its excellent resistance to high-temperature corrosion and oxidation. Inconel 601 sheets and plates can be easily fabricated and welded, making them suitable for various applications such as furnace components, heat exchangers, thermocouple protection tubes, and chemical processing equipment.
Inconel 825 sheets and plates refer to flat metal sheets and containers made from Inconel 825 alloy. These sheets and plates are available in different dimensions and thicknesses to suit various industrial requirements. They are typically manufactured through processes like hot rolling or cold rolling.
Inconel 625 sheets and plates are typically manufactured through a hot or cold-rolling process. Hot-rolled sheets and plates are produced by heating the alloy above its recrystallization temperature and then rolling it to the desired thickness. Cold-rolled sheets and plates are formed by further processing the hot-rolled material through cold-reduction techniques.