Inconel 600 Tubing is a nickel-chromium alloy with high corrosion and oxidation resistance. The alloy has good mechanical properties and can be used at high temperatures. Inconel Tubing is made from this alloy and is often used in applications where corrosion resistance is essential.
600 Inconel Tubing is an austenitic nickel-chromium alloy with an addition of iron for outstanding resistance to oxidation and corrosion. It is frequently used in high-temperature applications from cryogenic to 2000°F (1093°C) due to its good mechanical strength and creep resistance. The exceptional combination of metallurgical stability, resistance to a wide variety of corrosives, and high-strength properties make tubing an ideal material for many demanding applications in the chemical processing, aerospace, and power generation industries.
It Varies, But Generally, Inconel 600 Tubing Around INR 250/Kg To INR 300/Kg.
Yes, Inconel 600 tubing is weldable, but it requires special techniques and procedures to ensure proper welding. Due to its high nickel content and high-temperature resistance, it can be welded with filler metal, TIG, MIG, and SAW welding processes. It is recommended to consult with a welding professional before attempting to weld Inconel 600 tubing.
Inconel 600 tubing is available in various dimensions, including standard sizes and custom cuts to meet specific project requirements. The thickness of Inconel 600 tubing can vary depending on the application and the specific requirements of the project.
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