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Inconel 601 Tubing is a nickel-chromium-iron alloy with excellent thermal and electrical properties. It is used in applications where tolerance to corrosion and heat is a must, such as for constructing gas turbines, boilers, and nuclear reactors. The superior resistance to oxidation and carburization is one of the main reasons why this alloy is favored for use under high temperatures. Its chemical composition consists mainly of nickel (58-63%), chromium (21-25%), iron (balance), manganese (1.5-2.5%), silicon (0-0.5%), sulfur (< 0.015%), aluminum (< 0.15%). In addition to these primary elements, Inconel may contain other trace elements, such as titanium or cobalt, which affect its overall characteristics.

601 Inconel Tubing is an alloy designed for extreme temperatures. It's composed of nickel, chromium, iron, and other elements that provide excellent resistance to heat and oxidation at high temperatures. It has superior mechanical strength and elasticity when exposed to temperatures beneath the range of 1000°F (538°C). As a result, Inconel Tubing is well suited for applications in high-temperature settings such as aircraft engines and chemical processing plants. Its ability to resist corrosion makes it ideal for cryogenic pumps and valves in liquid oxygen pipes where other metals may fail due to oxidation. In addition, it is outstanding in its tensile strength, weldability, formability, and fabricability qualities compared with other alloys, making it highly sought after for various industrial uses.

FAQ's for Inconel 601 Tubing

Inconel 601 Tubing Starts At Rs 100/Kg To Rs 150/Kg.

Inconel 601 tubing is available in various dimensions, including standard sizes and custom cuts to meet specific project requirements. The thickness of Inconel 601 tubing can vary depending on the application and the specific requirements of the project.

Inconel 601 tubing is commonly used in high-temperature and corrosive environments, such as in the aerospace, chemical processing, and power generation industries. They are also used in oil and gas production and in heat exchangers, condensers, and other high-pressure systems.

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