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Inconel 625 Flanges are a popular option for use in some of the most challenging working conditions due to their exceptional resistance to corrosion and oxidation. Its chemical composition consists of 58% Nickel, 20-23% Chromium, 5-9% Molybdenum, 3-5% Iron, and other trace elements such as Tantalum, Copper, and Manganese. This unique formulation grants Inconel 625 Flanges their excellent properties for extreme industrial applications. It's also why these flanges are incredibly tough - they withstand temperatures as high as 2000°F (1093°C) without significant weakening or degradation over time.

625 Inconel Flanges are an indispensable industrial tool due to their superior strength and corrosion-resistant properties. Most importantly, these flanges provide an absolute seal between two pipe ends, allowing for non-contamination from external gases or liquids. Additionally, they are well-suited for low and high-temperature extremes, including cryogenics, making them ideal for chemical processing, petrochemical operations, or any other industry that calls for such specific conditions. They also offer extraordinary fatigue strength and will withstand long-term repetitive flexing without failure, making them a viable option in environments where parts come under systemic strain over multiple uses. As if this wasn't enough, Inconel 625 Flanges are often used in hot water systems, given their ability to fight potential corrosion issues. All in all, these flanges are a great asset to your operations in terms of quality and cost.

FAQ's for Inconel 625 Flanges

It Varies, But Generally, It Is Around INR 250/Kg To INR 300/Kg.

The Harmonized System Nomenclature (HSN) code for Inconel 625 Flanges is 73259990.

No, Inconel 625 Flanges are non-magnetic due to their low nickel content.

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