This Nickel-Chromium-Iron alloy has the same basic composition as Incoloy 800, but has significantly higher creep rupture strength, resultant from the close control of the carbon, aluminium and titanium contents. It has good strength and excellent resistance to oxidation and carburisation in high temperature atmospheres. It also resists corrosion in many aqueous environments.
Incoloy® 800HT is also known as Nicrofer 3220 HP.
This Nickel-Iron-Chromium alloy has good strength and excellent resistance to oxidation and carburisation in high temperature atmospheres. Incoloy® 800 also resists corrosion in many aqueous environments, and has been used in some steam generation plants due to its resistance to stress cracking.
Incoloy® 800 is also known as Nicrofer 3220, Nicrimphy 800, and Pyromet 800.
Nickel-Chromium alloy being precipitation hardenable and having high creep-rupture strength at high temperatures to about 700°C (1290°F). It has higher strength than Inconel® X-750 and better mechanical properties at lower temperatures than Nimonic 90 and Inconel® X-750. Inconel® 718 has exceptional weldability compared to the Nickel-base super alloys hardened by Aluminium and Titanium.
Nimonic® C-263 is an age-hardenable Nickel-Cobalt-Chromium-Molybdenum alloy designed for a combination of aged strength properties with exceptional fabrication characteristics. Nimonic® C-263 shows excellent intermediate temperature tensile ductility, and is typically used for applications such as aircraft turbine engine and land-based turbine applications.
Nimonic® C-263 is also known as Nicrofer 5120 CoTi, Haynes 263, and Hastelloy C-263.
A Nickel-Chromium-Cobalt alloy being precipitation hardenable, having high stress-rupture strength and creep resistance at high temperatures up to about 950°C (1740°F). It is widely used and a well proven alloy in high temperature conditions. Some typical applications for Nimonic® 90 include turbine blades, discs, forgings, ring sections, hot-working tools and other extreme environments.
Nimonic® 90 is also known as Superimphy 90, Pyromet 90, and Udimet 90.
Nimonic® 80A is a Nickel-Chromium alloy which is precipitation hardenable. It has largely been superseded by Nimonic 90 and Inconel X-750, but because of the low Cobalt content, it is still specified for nuclear applications. Nimonic® 80A performs well in applications where high temperature and continuous stress is a significant consideration. Beyond nuclear applications, it is traditionally used in applications such as gas turbines, as well as for exhaust valves in racing engines and spindles and fasteners for the motorsport sector.
Nimonic® 80A is also known as Nicrofer 7520 Ti, Pyromet 80A, Superimphy 80A, and Udimet 80A.
Nimonic® 75 is a Nickel-Chromium alloy with good corrosion and heat resistance, and contains Titanium and Carbon as additives. Initially used as turbine blades in the 1940s, Nimonic® 75 is readily fabricated and welded, and is now more regularly used in gas turbine engines, industrial furnaces and nuclear engineering.
Nimonic® 75 is also known as Nicrofer 7520.
A Nickel-Chromium alloy with good resistance to oxidation and corrosion at high temperatures. An austenitic sold-solution alloy, Inconel® 600 also shows good resistance to chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking. Inconel® 600 is a spring quality wire, cold drawn and with excellent mechanical properties, often used in furnace components, chemical and food processing, and nuclear engineering. of high strength and good workability.