Incoloy Plates are a variety of stainless steel and nickel-based alloy that exhibits excellent resistance to both oxidation and corrosion in environments with high temperatures and corrosive agents. This tough alloy contains nickel, chromium, iron, and molybdenum, exhibiting excellent corrosion and creep resistance. Incoloy Plates also possess good mechanical properties across various temperatures, making them suitable for a wide array of applications in many industries such as aerospace, petrochemical, chemical processing, and others. No matter your application, Incoloy Plates are ideal for resisting the effects of various potentially damaging conditions.
Due to their outstanding properties, Incoloy plates are a popular choice amongst fabrication experts. The corrosion resistance of these plates makes them particularly suitable for long-term use in corrosive environments; chromium and nickel significantly enhance the resistance of these materials, resulting in more excellent protection against the atmosphere, steam, and many chemicals. Furthermore, these boast high tensile strength and superior creep rupture strength at 1150°C, making them a reliable choice in applications such as petrochemical equipment, offshore oil drilling operations, and nuclear power plants. Finally, Incoloyplates display oxidation resistance up to 1,800°F and have good ductility characteristics allowing light forming.
The HSN code for Incoloy Plates is 7222.
Incoloy plates can be welded using the MIG and TIG welding methods. Before welding, it is important to make sure that the surfaces of the plates are thoroughly clean and free of any dirt or debris. The electrodes should be chosen based on material thickness and type.
No, Incoloy Plates are generally not magnetic due to their higher amounts of nickel and chromium content.
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