Nickel Alloy 625 is employed for its high strength, straightforward fabrication (including joining), and outstanding corrosion resistance. Service temperatures vary from refrigerant to 1800°F (982°C). Alloy 625 derives its strength from the stiffening result of metallic element and atomic number...
Nickel Alloy 625 is employed for its high strength, straightforward fabrication (including joining), and outstanding corrosion resistance. Service temperatures vary from refrigerant to 1800°F (982°C). Alloy 625 derives its strength from the stiffening result of metallic element and atomic number 41 on its nickel-chromium matrix – therefore eliminating the necessity for precipitation-hardening treatments. This distinctive composition is additionally liable for the merchandise superior resistance to a large vary of severely corrosive condition and high-temperature result like oxidization and carburization. The properties of Alloy 625 create it a wonderful selection for brine, aerospace, and chemical process applications
NICKEL ALLOY 625 PLATE FEATURES:
High tensile, creep, and rupture strength
Outstanding fatigue and thermal-fatigue strength
Excellent reaction resistance
Excellent weldability and brazeability
Immune to chloride particle stress corrosion cracking
APPLICATIONS FOR nickel-base alloy 625 PLATE:
Seawater applications (springs, seals, bellows for submerged controls , line connectors, fasteners, flexure devices, and oceanographic instrument parts
Aerospace applications (aircraft ducting systems, engine exhaust systems, fuel and hydraulic line conduit, spray bars, bellows and combustion system transition liners).
Plant instrumentation in chemical process field
Nuclear field applications
Offshore business marine instrumentation
Cb (+ Ta)
Alloy 625 shows glorious corrosion resistance in a very big selection of media.
Outstanding resistance to roughness and crevice corrosion in chloride-bearing media and to impingement corrosion or inter-granular attack
High resistance to corrosive attack by mineral acids, like element element, sulphuric, and hydrochloric acids, also on alkalis and organic acids in each oxidizing and reducing conditions