Incoloy 925 Fasteners are made with chromium, iron, nickel, and niobium. The considerable amount of chromium in the alloy makes it strongly resistant to oxidation and corrosion under high temperatures. Iron provides strength; nickel increases the formability and fabricability of the fastener, while niobium improves metallurgical stability. This unique blend allows Incoloy 925 fasteners to be highly resistant to hostile environments and corrosion, making them a sought-after choice for climate-specific applications such as those in chemical processing.
925 Incoloy Fasteners are highly versatile tools commonly used in various applications. They are widely seen as components to connect and assemble machinery, parts, and equipment. Incoloy Fasteners feature outstanding toughness and hardness to form durable bonds quickly and easily. Additionally, the corrosion-resistant properties of these fasteners make them ideal for use in many different types of environments, from corrosive agents such as moist atmospheres to extreme temperatures. These fasteners can also provide robust and permanent bonds with deficient levels of maintenance required throughout the product's lifetime. All in all, Incoloy 925 Fasteners offer an unbeatable combination of strength, durability, resistance to corrosion, and ease of use.