Precision Rolled Inconel

Strength under harsh conditions

Key Applications & Uses
  • Aerospace engine and Airframe components in high-temperature locations
  • Heat-generation and heat-protection devices
  • Pressure vessels, sensors and gauges

Inconel is known for its strength, and high temperature and corrosion resistance. These properties make it an excellent material choice for many applications in the aerospace and chemical industries. Typical applications include aviation thrust reversers and ductwork, industrial pressure sensors and gauges, as well as sodium sulfide manufacturing applications.

Arnold’s PTM business rolls a range of Inconel grades to your specifications. The most common grades requested by customers include Inconel 600, 601, 625, and X750.

Inconel 600: Excellent strength and oxidation resistance at high temperatures.

Inconel 601: Used in the chemical industry for its strength and corrosion resistance.

Inconel 625: Used extensively in chemical and seawater applications for its strength and corrosion resistance. Excellent weldability and fatigue strength.

Inconel X750: Resistant to many industrial corrosives, both oxidizing and reducing at high temperatures. Can be heat treated to a wide range of strengths and properties as needed by your application.


Dimensional

Each is available in a variety of thicknesses and dimensions shown below:

Thickness Maximum Width
0.025"- 0.003" (0.635 - 0.08mm) 17.5" (444.5mm) as rolled edge
17.0" (431.8mm) with a slit edge
0.0029" - 0.001" (0.079 - 0.0254mm) 16.5" (419.1mm) as rolled edge
16.0" (406.4mm) with a slit edge
0.0009" - 0.0004" (0.025 - 0.01mm) 15.5" (393.7mm) as rolled edge
15.0" (381.0mm) with a slit edge
0.00039" - 0.00008" (0.0099 - 0.002mm) 4.25" (107.95mm) as rolled edge
4.0" (101.6mm) with a slit edge



Selected Physical & Mechanical Properties

Grade Density Melting Range Permeability at 200 Oersteds Curie Temperature UTS
ksi (MPa)
YS (.2% offset)
ksi (MPa)
600 0.306 lb/in 3 (8.47 g/cm3 2470-2575 F (1354 - 1413 C) 1.01 -192 F (-124 C) Annealed:
80-100 (550-690)
Annealed:
30-45 (205-310)
601 0.293 lb/in 3 (8.11 g/cm3) 2480-2571 F (1360 - 1411 C) 1.010
(at Room temperature)
<-320 F (-196 C) Annealed:
115 (796) min
Annealed:
60 (420) min
625 0.305 lb/in 3 (8.44 g/cm3) 2350-2460 F (1290 - 1350 C) 1.0006 <-320 F (-196 C) Annealed:
120-150 (827-1034)

30% cold reduction 165 (1137) min
Annealed:
60-95 (414-655)

30% cold reduction
152 (1048) min
X750 0.299 lb/in 3 (8.28 g/cm3) 2540-2600 F (1391 - 1427 C) 1.002 -225 F (-143 C) as hot-rolled Annealed:
100 (689) min

30% cold reduction 165 (1137) min
Annealed:
45 (310) min

30% cold reduction 152 (1048) min



Chemical Composition

Inconel grades have different compositions, but all are predominantly nickel, with chromium as the second element.
Grade
Element (% by weight)
Ni Cr Fe Mo Nb Co Mn Cu Al Ti Si C S P B
600 72 14.0-17.0 6.0-10.0 --- --- --- 1 0.5 --- --- 0.5 0.15 0.015 --- ---
601 58.0- 63.0 21.0-25.0 Balance --- --- --- 1 1 1.0-1.7 --- 0.5 0.1 0.015 --- ---
625 58 20.0-23.0 5 8.0-10.0 3.15-4.15 1 0.5 --- 0.4 0.4 0.5 0.1 0.015 0.015 ---
X-750 70 14.0-17.0 5.0-9.0 --- 0.7-1.2 1 1 0.5 0.4-1.0 2.25-2.75 0.5 0.08 0.01 --- ---



Ask us about other grades and thicknesses available. Consult your Arnold sales representative for more details.