Incoloy forging forms and shapes metals into desired shapes by applying compressive forces. It is usually done with hammering or pressing, and the metal is heated to make it malleable enough for plastic deformation. Incoloy is an alloy composed of nickel-iron-chromium alloys with added elements such as molybdenum, tungsten, aluminium, titanium, niobium and cobalt for greater resistance to corrosion in high-temperature environments.
Incoloy Forging is an alloy used in high-temperature applications such as petrochemical processing, power generation, and offshore oil & gas production. It combines excellent corrosion resistance with superior strength and low thermal expansion to provide improved fatigue life. Incoloy’s oxidation resistance also allows it to maintain its structural integrity even at elevated temperatures up to 2200°F (1204°C). Furthermore, the alloy resists stress-corrosion cracking and pitting, making it suitable for caustic service environments.
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