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Inconel 686 Sheet is composed of Nickel, Chromium, and Iron but contains other elements at smaller concentrations, such as Aluminium, Titanium, Copper, and Manganese. It has excellent corrosion resistance and is resistant to high temperatures due to its outstanding strength-to-weight ratio. Therefore, Inconel 686 Sheet is often used in applications involving pressure vessels operating with oxidizing acids or reducing agents, marine atmospheres, and hot sulphuric acid fumes. This magnetic alloy exhibits a combination of properties that make it an exceptionally versatile material for multiple industries.

686 Inconel Plates is an alloy that carries many beneficial properties and uses. It has excellent corrosion and oxidation resistance above 1700℉, making it ideal for services that require plates to remain operational in high temperatures, such as power plants, gas turbines, nuclear energy, energy production, seawater, and saltwater operations. Its mechanical strength makes Inconel well-suited for heat exchangers, tubing systems, and evaporators. Because of its exceptional formability, workability, and weldability, it is highly used in chemical processing equipment. From internal cryogenic environments to continuous temperatures up to 2000℉, Inconel 686 is a reliable material that allows for fabrication into complex shapes without compromising the integrity of its properties.

FAQ's for Inconel 686 Sheet

The Price Range For Inconel 686 Sheet Products Is ₹350 To ₹400 Per Kilogram.

No, Inconel 686 Sheet is a stainless steel alloy that is highly resistant to corrosion, meaning it does not rust. Its incredible resistance to corrosion makes this alloy one of the most reliable metals for industries such as aerospace, nuclear and chemical production, as well as marine engineering. This nickel-iron-chromium alloy offers efficient protection against general atmospheric corrosion, pitting, and crevice corrosion under high temperatures and salinity conditions.

Welding Inconel 686 sheet can be completed using the TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding process. First, ensure that all parts are clean and free from any debris or oils. Set your welder to AC balance at 100% and weld amperage between 60-90 amps for a 1/16" material thickness. Double check that your tungsten is clean, non-contaminated, and sharpened to a point of 0.020–0.040". Finally, ensure your filler metal is nickel based with an ERNiCrMo-3 rating should you need reinforcement while welding the Inconel 686 sheet.

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