Inconel Coil is a corrosion- and heat-resistant nickel-chromium alloy widely used for its excellent creep, oxidation, and corrosion resistance. It is primarily employed in extreme temperatures ranging from cryogenic to up to 2200°F (1148°C). Common applications of Inconel Coil include aircraft engine components such as turbines, exhaust manifolds, gas turbine engine parts, heating elements for petrochemical furnaces, nuclear reactor fuel rods and more. Its high-temperature coefficient of resistivity makes it ideal for high-voltage electrical systems.
Inconel Coil is an alloy of nickel, chromium, and other elements, making it resistant to corrosion and extreme temperatures. Its primary uses include industrial furnace components, exhaust systems, heat exchangers & boilers, gas turbine parts, automotive applications such as catalytic converters & turbocharger blades and more. Due to its strength and durability, the Inconel Coil has become popular in various industries because it is cost-effective while still providing excellent properties.