• Categories
  • Suppliers

Prime Companies

UNS N08800

Incoloy UNS N08800 electrodes comprise a chemical blend including nickel, chromium, and iron. These metal components comprise the alloy to produce a cost-effective, robust solution for electrical discharge machining (EDM) operations. Its significant resistance to corrosion in water, process chemicals and steam makes it a popular choice for industrial and engineering applications requiring weldable metal. Adding to its durability is its exceptional heat resistance, allowing it to be used in high-temperature environments without compromising functionality and performance. Incoloy UNS N08800 electrodes are ideal when thermal expansion control and strength are paramount.

These electrodes have a wide range of uses, from industrial structural steelwork to petrol tanks and down-hole casing. They have exceptional corrosion and oxidation resistance, even in high-temperature conditions like petrochemical plants and exhaust systems. What sets them apart is their hardness and tensile strength after post-weld heat treatment, which is much higher than other electrodes made from similar alloys. UNS N08800 Incoloy electrodes are perfect for critical applications requiring immense toughness and temperature stability.

FAQ's for Incoloy UNS N08800 Electrodes

Incoloy UNS N08800 Electrodes are environmentally friendly, as they contain no hazardous materials such as lead or cadmium, making them safe for use in a variety of applications. They also do not release any harmful emissions into the environment.

In order to identify the grade of Incoloy UNS N08800 electrodes, you will need to examine the material label, which should have a type number (denoting alloy) and possibly a letter indicating an ICI grade. Additionally, if the electrodes are being purchased from a recognised distributor or manufacturer, they will have a certification document identifying their exact grade and composition.

In order to test Incoloy UNS N08800 electrodes, you can use several different methods, including metallurgical tests (such as hardness testing), mechanical testing (such as tensile strength testing), corrosion testing (such as pitting-resistance tests) and electrical tests (such as specific resistance).

No more suppliers available.