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Inconel 617 Stud Bolts are composed of nickel-chromium-cobalt alloy. This combination of elements provides strength and allows excellent resistance to environments that feature high temperatures, pressurization, and stress. Additionally, they contain Carbon, Silicon, Manganese, Iron, and smaller amounts of other elements like Aluminum and Titanium. Even under extreme conditions, Inconel 617 Stud Bolts remain durable and exhibit very limited corrosion activities when compared to their counterparts. Used in a wide array of industries such as Oil & Gas, Aerospace, Potable Water Systems, and Marine applications due to its chemical composition.

617 Inconel Stud Bolts offer superior levels of resistance to high-temperature environments and are able to handle stress generated from alternating temperatures with ease. These stud bolts are corrosion resistant, especially in neutral or reducing environments, and weldable for applications such as aerospace components. Inconel 617 Stud Bolts have a relatively low coefficient of thermal expansion, providing excellent dimensional stability in extreme temperatures and far greater dimensional accuracy when compared to mild steel stud bolts. Additionally, Inconel 617 is completely non-magnetic, making it ideal for applications that require a material that won't interfere with other concentration equipment. It is also highly ductile and malleable, making it easy to install in tight spaces while allowing the use of multiple techniques to secure fastenings. Inconel 617 Stud Bolts remain a popular choice of fastening solutions across various industries due to their versatility, durability, and strength.

FAQ's for Inconel 617 Stud Bolts

Inconel 617 Stud Bolts Starts At Rs 10/Piece To Rs 15/Piece.

Yes, Inconel 617 stud bolts are highly resistant to corrosion due to their excellent resistance to oxidation and carburization at high temperatures.

Inconel 617 stud bolts can withstand extreme temperatures ranging from cryogenic up to 2000°F (1093°C) without reduction in mechanical properties or loss in formability. This makes them suitable for applications that require high-temperature resistance.

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