Inconel is a family of nickel-chromium-based superalloys known for their exceptional resistance to high temperatures, corrosion, and pressure. These alloys are primarily nickel, with varying amounts of chromium, iron, and other elements to enhance their properties.
Inconel alloys were first developed in the 1940s for use in gas turbine engines, where they were required to withstand extreme temperatures and harsh operating conditions. Since then, their use has expanded to various industrial applications, including aerospace, chemical processing, and nuclear power generation.
One of the key properties of Inconel alloys is their high-temperature strength. They can maintain their mechanical properties at temperatures up to 1000°C (1832°F), making them ideal for high-temperature applications. Inconel alloys also have excellent corrosion resistance in oxidizing and reducing environments, making them ideal for use in harsh chemical environments.
Our Inconel products include ferrule fittings, fasteners, tubing, circle & rings, and instrumentation valves, all made using premium-grade materials and advanced manufacturing techniques for superior durability and performance.
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