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825 Incoloy Tubing is made of iron, nickel, chromium, and molybdenum alloy, providing superior corrosion resistance and strength, and toughness. The addition of copper in this tubing further increases its ability to combat the effects of acids and other corrosive agents. It is ideal for use in various industries, including pharmaceuticals, petroleum refining, and petrochemical processing plants. In addition to its exceptional corrosion resistance, Incoloy Tubing also offers high-temperature capabilities such as excellent creep rupture strength up to 1300 degrees Fahrenheit. This helps enable it to be used for applications like condensers, headers, and valves operating at very high temperatures. Finally, thanks to its fine grain structure, Incoloy 825 Tubing provides superior fabrication characteristics.

Incoloy 825 Tubing has a range of valuable properties and multiple applications. Due in part to its corrosion resistance, it is typically used in chemical processing, marine engineering, and pollution control equipment. Its flexibility makes it well-suited for heat exchanger tubes used in highly corrosive environments, as the material can take high-stress levels without cracking or breaking. In addition, Tubing is often used for long-distance transportation due to its excellent weldability. Furthermore, it also offers good thermal insulation, making it ideal for use in hot water systems such as boilers. These combined characteristics make Incoloy 825 Tubing an invaluable material solution in many industrial processes today.

FAQ's for Incoloy 825 Tubing

No, Incoloy 825 Tubing is non-magnetic. This tubing is composed of an alloy of nickel and iron, as well as chromium, molybdenum and copper elements that create a ferromagnetic shield around the material.

Yes! Incoloy 825 tubing is corrosion-resistant, thanks to its excellent combination of nickel and chromium content. This alloy has high levels of molybdenum and copper that create a strong barrier against chloride pitting and crevice corrosion. It also resists stress corrosion cracking in the most severe environments, making it an ideal solution for harsh industrial applications.

No, Incoloy 825 tubing does not rust. This type of alloy is exceptionally resistant to corrosion in industrial environments because it contains chromium, iron, nickel, and molybdenum. The combination of these elements creates a protective layer on the surface which prevents oxidation in acidic and alkaline solutions as well as high temperatures.

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