UNS N06625 - 2.4856
Alloy 625, Inconel 625 ®
Quick facts & description:
UNS N06625, also known as Alloy 625, Inconel 625 ®, outstanding corrosion resistance such as free from pitting and crevice, high corrosion-fatigue strength, resistance to chloride-ion cracking, oxidation resistance, good weldability and service from cryogenic temperature to 982°C, make A625 an excellent material for a wide range of corrosive environments.
The combination of the above with high tensile, creep, rupture strength, thermal-fatigue strength properties, makes Alloy 625 a top choice for several applications: marine & submarine such as valves, navy engines/turbine components, seals, submerged control devices, aerospace such as ducting systems, exhaust, engine control housings, fuel tubing, thrust reverse, turbines components as shrouds, seals, compressor vanes, thrust chamber tubing. petro & chemical mostly as processing vessels and tubing, heat transfer systems tubing, heat-exchangers, reaction vessels, distillation columns and valves, nuclear mostly as reactor-core, control components in water reactors.
Ni > 58% ; Cr 20-23% ; Mo 8-10% ; Fe < 5% ; Nb+Ta 3.15-4-15%
Main fields of application:
Aerospace, Energy, Oil & Gas, Petrochemical
Our products in UNS N06625 - 2.4856, Alloy 625, Inconel 625 ® are:
- Piping & Tubing
Main specifications we deal with: ASTM B446, ASTM B564, AMS 5666, ASTM B443, AMS 5599, AMS 5869, ASTM B444, ASTM B829, ASTM B704, ASTM B751, ASTM B705, ASTM B775, AMS 5581, ASTM B366
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