Incoloy Tubing is a type of stainless steel alloy typically containing iron, nickel, and chromium as its major components, the addition of chromium to Incoloy tubing nitrates, oxidising salts, and nitric acid solutions. In addition, this type of tubing also often features several other metals, such as molybdenum, copper, and titanium which all contribute to its excellent pitting & intergranular corrosive environmental resistance and heat-resistant properties. The presence of various other elements also helps make the Incoloy tube one of the most oxidation and corrosion-resistant types of stainless steel on the market. Incoloy tube is ideal for many industrial and commercial applications requiring hardwearing tubing solutions with similar qualities.
Incoloy tubing is an alloy that is strong and corrosion-resistant, making it an ideal material for various applications. Incoloy tubing is resistant to oxidation at high temperatures, making it suitable for chemical, food processing and power generation industries. It is easy to install and maintain and can be used in various forms, such as pipe, tube or coil. Besides its strength and durability, Incoloy has a very high melting point reaching 2140 degrees Celsius and is available in a thickness range from 0.2mm to 50mm. It makes it ideal for extreme conditions, especially when heated for long periods without becoming damaged. Additionally, Incoloy tubing is a cost-effective option because it offers excellent value for money compared to other metals or alloys.
The alloy can resist sulphuric and phosphoric acid attacks, which makes it usable in such environments without much damage to its structure. Incoloy is also used in chemical processing plants, tank trucks, phosphoric acid evaporators, electrostatic precipitator electrodes, propeller shafts, exhaust bellows, and marine exhaust systems. It is also one of the most cost-effective alloys with practical usage in constant sulphuric acid environments.
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