Inconel Rope

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INCONEL ALLOY TECHNICAL DATA

CHARACTERISTICS
Service  2,000°F (1,094°C)
Melting Point  2,500°F (1,372°C)

PROPERTIES
      • Nickel-Chromium-Iron alloy
      • Resists corrosion and heat
      • High strength and good workability
      • Virtually immune to chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking
      • Not hardened by precipitation
      • Resistant to sulfur compounds
      • Resistant to oxidizing conditions at high temperatures

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION
Nickel (plus Cobalt)  72.0% min
Chromium  14 - 17%
Iron  6 - 10%
Carbon  0.15% max
Manganese  1.0% max
Sulfur  0.015% max
Silicone   0.50% max
Copper   0.50% max

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS
Density  0.304 lb/cu in (8.43 gm/cu cm)
Specific Heat  0.106 (at 70deg;F, Btu/lb/ °F)
Poisson's Ratio  0.29 (at 70°F)
Electrical Resistivity  620 (at 70°F, ohm/circ mil/ft)
Curie Temperature  192°F
Permeability  1.010 (at 70°F and 200 oersted)
Thermal Conductivity  103 (Btu in/ft2 h °F))

APPLICATIONS
      • Heat treating industry for retorts, muffles, roller hearths, and other furnace components for heat-treating baskets and trays
      • Aeronauts industry
      • Electronics industry
      • Nuclear reactors
Applicable Standards: U.S.C.G. subpart 164.009

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