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Inconel 686 Bolts have a unique chemical composition vastly different from many of the other stainless steel alloys used in bolts. Inconel 686 contains nickel, molybdenum, and chromium, with the highest content being nickel at an impressive 63%. These bolts also contain 15%-17.5% chromium for resistance to oxidation and 3%-4.5% molybdenum, providing further corrosion resistance. This relatively high nickel content means that Inconel Bolts are handy for applications that involve harsh oxidizing environments and constant exposure to higher temperatures. Furthermore, combining these three elements gives this alloy strength even up to temperatures as high as 1300 °F. Because of their properties and composition, Inconel 686 Bolts are the perfect choice for any demanding usage or environment.

686 Inconel Bolts are high-grade fasteners used in the industrial and aerospace sectors. With excellent corrosion resistance and heat-resistant properties, these bolts are ideal for high-temperature applications. Due to their unique chemistry, Inconel 686 Bolts are solid and highly wear-resistant. The exceptional strength of these fasteners makes them perfect for installations requiring reliable power, such as exhaust systems and engines. Furthermore, they can have a long lifetime with minimal maintenance, making them cost-effective.

FAQ's for Inconel 686 Bolts

Inconel 686 Bolts Starts At Rs 200/Kg To Rs 250/Kg.

No, Inconel 686 bolts are non-magnetic due to the nickel and chromium content which makes them resistant to corrosion, pitting, and stress-corrosion cracking. Their superior material properties make them ideal for use in harsh environments.

No, Inconel 686 bolts are designed to resist corrosion in extreme conditions. The alloy composition of chromium and nickel makes them highly resistant to corrosion including oxidation, chloride ion stress-corrosion cracking, and pitting from acidic solutions. They are also incredibly strong and durable when exposed to temperatures ranging from -300 °F to 1000 °F (-184 °C – 538 °C).

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