Inconels

Inconel is a family of austenitic nickel-chromium-based superalloys. The name is a trademark of Special Metals Corporation. Inconel alloys are typically used in high temperature applications. It is often referred to in English as Inco (or occasionally Iconel). Common trade names for Inconel Alloy 625 include: Inconel 625, Chronin 625, Altemp 625, Haynes 625, Nickelvac 625 and Nicrofer 6020. The Inconel family of alloys was first developed in the 1940s by research teams at Wiggin Alloys (Hereford, England), which has since been acquired by SMC, in support of the development of the Whittle jet engine.

HIGH TEMPERATURE SHEET AND PLATE

GRADE
A-286
Alloy C
Haynes 188
Hastelloy X
Inconel 600
Inconel 625
Inconel 718
Inconel X-750
Inconel 800
Nickel 200
Monel 400
L-605 (Alloy 25)
Multimet (N-155)
Rene 41
Waspaloy
GRADE
A-286
Alloy C
Haynes 188
Hastelloy X
Inconel 600
Inconel 625
Inconel 718
Inconel X-750
Inconel 800
Nickel 200
Monel 400
L-605 (Alloy 25)
Multimet (N-155)
Rene 41
Waspaloy

Sheet thicknesses: .010 to .187. Plate thicknesses: .187 to 1.500

HIGH TEMPERATURE BARS

GRADE
A-286
Alloy C
Maraging (Grade 300)
Alloy X
Alloy 600
Alloy 625
Alloy 718
Alloy X-750
Waspaloy
L-605 (Alloy 25)
MP-159
MP-35N
Aermet 100
SPECIFICATION
AMS5731, AMS5732, AMS5737
AMS5750
AMS6514
AMS5754
AMS5665
AMS5666
AMS5662
AMS5667
AMS5708
AMS5759
AMS5842
AMS5844
AMS6532

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