Inconel Plates belong to the group of nickel based alloys. Inconel is an austenitic steel super alloys. Oxidation resistance is high in these Inconel plates. Inconel can avoid extreme environmental damage effectively. These Plates work well in various temperature ranges, where other alloys like stainless steel or aluminium would give up. High temperature strength is enhanced in these plates using precipitation hardening and solid solution strengthening.
Inconel Plates are known to create a passivating layer that protects them from oxidation in exposure to heat. Extreme applications like gas Turbine blades, Chemical vessels, Pressure Vessels, heat exchangers, components in nuclear pressurized water reactors, turbocharger rotors and seals and natural gas processing make use of Inconel plates. Marine applications effectively use Inconel Plates, owing to their immunity towards sodium chloride corrosion. Plates are similar to that of sheets, but plates are thicker than sheets. When compared to Stainless Steel, the strength of Inconel plates is higher. Inconel Plates can perform without any damage in fluctuating temperatures. Applications where temperatures change from freezing to melting, these plates perform efficiently.