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We are industrial suppliers of Nickel Alloy 200 Products
 

Please note: we may supply special diameters in small quantities at request

Inconel 800 Forgings Manufacturer & Industrial Suppliers


UNS NICKEL MATERIAL GRADES
Nickel grade UNS Werkstoff DIN
INCOLOY 800 UNS N08800 14,876 X10 NiCrAlTi 32 20
INCOLOY 800H UNS N08810 14,958  
INCOLOY 800HT UNS N08811 14,959  


Kalikund Steel & Engineering Co. also supply nickel alloy (super alloy) forging in various dimensions and grades. The forging products include block, ring, disc and hollow bar.

Available size range: negotiation.
User industries: Chemicals, Fats, & Fertilizers, Sugar Mills & Distilleries, Cement Industries, Ship Builders, Paper Industries, Pumps, Petrochemicals, Oil & Natural Gas Organization in terms of the specific materials, Technology, Finance & Personal.

Material: Nickel 200, Nickel 201, Monel 400, Monel 405, Monel k500, Inconel 600, 601, 617, 625, 718, Incoloy 800, 800H, 825, 825HT, Hastelloy C22, C276, Waspalloy, Invar 36, 42, Kovar, Alloy A286

Heat Treatment of Incoloy™ 825

  • Anneal between 1700° and 1800°F (927° to 982°C)
  • 1800°F (982°C) anneal maximizes softness and fine grain structure without sacrificing corrosion resistance
  • 1725°F (941°C) optimum stabilizing temperature
  • Rapid cool sections heavier than wire and sheet
  • Remove surface contamination before annealing

Applications of Incoloy™ 825

  • Equipment used to produce and handle phosphoric acid
  • Equipment for handling refinery and coal-washing solutions and sludge
  • Equipment used in the sulfuric acid pickling of copper and ferrous alloys
  • Paper production industry
  • Sour gas and oil well parts
  • Flue gas scrubbers

Machinability of Incoloy™ 825

  • Conventional machining in annealed condition

Workability of Incoloy™ 825

  • Hot work between 1600° and 2150°F (871° and 1177°C)
  • Final working between 1600° and 1800° (871° and 982°C) brings maximum corrosion resistance
  • Air cool; faster cooling OK depending on size of section
  • Well-powered,  rigid equipment recommended for cold forming


Inconel 800 Forgings Application
Inconel 800 Forgings Uses
  • Architecture and construction
  • Aerospace
  • Nuclear Power
  • Fertilizers
  • Valve & Pumps
  • Petrochemical
  • Motor industry
  • Food and drink
  • Electronics
  • Transport and traffic
  • Pulp and paper industry
  • Medicine
  • Energy industry
  • Chemicals industry
  • Nickel Alloy in Pulp and Paper
Inconel 800 Forgings Order & Packing Information
  Min. Order: 10 Pieces (or please enquire for your customized order)
Trade Terms: FOB, CIF
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T
Packing: as per requirement
Place of Origin: Mumbai, India
Means of Transport: Land, Ocean
Delivery Date: one or two week
Price: click here to check price
Package:
in wooden crate with plastic caps on each end.


More useful information

Structural applications that require specific corrosion resistance or elevated temperature strength receive the necessary properties from nickel and its alloys. Some nickel alloys are among the toughest structural materials known. When compared to steel, other nickel alloys have ultrahigh strength, high proportional limits, and high moduli of elasticity. Commercially pure nickel has good electrical, magnetic, and magnetostrictive properties.

Common nickel alloy families include: commercially pure nickel; binary systems, such as Ni-Cu, Ni-Si, and Ni-Mo; ternary systems, such as Ni-Cr-Fe and Ni-Cr-Mo; more complex systems, such as Ni-Cr-Fe-Mo-Cu (with other possible additions); and superalloys. Nickel content throughout the alloy families ranges from 32.5 to 99.5%.

At cryogenic temperatures, nickel alloys are strong and ductile. Several nickel-base superalloys are specified for high-strength applications at temperatures to 2,000°F. High-carbon nickel-base casting alloys are commonly used at moderate stresses above 2,200°F.

Alloy characteristics: Commercial nickel and nickel alloys are available in a wide range of wrought and cast grades; however, considerably fewer casting grades are available. Wrought alloys tend to be better known by tradenames such as Monel, Hastelloy, Inconel, Incoloy, etc. Casting alloys are identified by Alloy Casting Institute and ASTM designations. Wrought and cast nickel alloys are often used together in systems built up from wrought and cast components. The casting alloys contain additional elements, such as silicon and manganese, to improve castability and pressure tightness.

Commercially pure nickels and extrahigh nickel alloys: Primary wrought materials in this group are Nickel 200 and 201, both of which contain 99.5% Ni. The cast grade, designated CZ-100, is recommended for use at temperatures above 600�F because its lower carbon content prevents graphitization and attendant ductility loss. Both wrought grades are particularly resistant to caustics, high-temperature halogens and hydrogen halides, and salts other than oxidizing halides. These alloys are particularly well suited for food-contact applications.

Duranickel 301, a precipitation-hardened, 94% nickel alloy, has excellent spring properties to 600°F. During thermal treatment, Ni3AlTi particles precipitate throughout the matrix. This action enhances alloy strength. Corrosion resistance is similar to that of commercially pure wrought nickel.

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