Incoloy DIN 1.4876 Plates is a form of speciality alloy steel known for its exceptional corrosion resistance and use as a high-temperature material. This alloy contains approximately 70% Iron, 17-21% Chromium, 9-11% Nickel, 1% Manganese, 1.5%-2.5% Silicon and 0.25%-1% Molybdenum making it strong yet malleable when heated. Additionally, this alloy offers lower carbon content than other grades of stainless steel; however, its magnetic properties are not as low as regular austenitic stainless steel, which can be problematic in some applications where magnetism may need to be reduced or avoided altogether. These qualities make Incoloy DIN 1.4876 Plate suitable for aerospace and chemical processing where strength and corrosion resistance are needed most.
DIN 1.4876 Incoloy Plate is an alloy of nickel, chromium and iron commonly used in many industries such as petrochemical, chemical processing, marine engineering and power generation. It has a combination of properties that make it well suited to these applications, including excellent resistance to pitting, crevice corrosion and stress-corrosion cracking caused by aggressive acids and chlorides. The plate also features superior heat conductivity, good weldability and high mechanical strength at elevated temperatures – up to 1120°C (2048°F). These characteristics make the Incoloy DIN 1.4876 Plate ideal for components requiring long service life even in harsh environments with temperatures above 500°C (932°F).
The density of the Incoloy DIN 1.4876 Plate is 8.14 g/cm3 (0.294 lb/in3).
The best welding method for Incoloy DIN 1.4876 Plate is GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Welding).
Yes, the Incoloy DIN 1.4876 Plate is exceptionally strong and can withstand extreme temperatures and pressures.
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