Professional Incoloy 825 Sheet Manufacturer
Incoloy 825 sheet also called UNS N08825. A popular nickel-iron-chromium alloy with copper and molybdenum elements. Due to its element combinations, Incoloy 825 Sheet can highly withstand corrosion in a broad array of environments.
At Tuolian, we manufacture Incoloy 825 Sheet in 0.1mm – 50mm thicknesses, 1000mm – 2000mm width, 2000mm – 6000mm length, or per customer requests. It can be supplied in annealed, cold-rolled, or hot-rolled conditions, depending on the specific requirements of the application. In addition, Incoloy 825 Sheet can be finished with a range of surface treatments to provide improved surface quality and performance.
Some of the standard specifications for the Incoloy 825 Sheet include ASTM B424, ASTM B906, ASME SB424, etc. These standards define the chemical & mechanical properties of the Incoloy 825 Sheet. That includes its composition, dimensions, and tolerances. This, ensures they meet the required specifications for their intended use.
No matter what your Incoloy 825 Sheet requirements are, you can trust Tuolian.
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|38%– 46%||19.5% – 23.5%||22%||2.5% – 3.5%||1.5% – 3.0%||0.6% – 1.2%||0.2%||0.05%||1%||0.5%||0.03%||0.03%|
|Co. of Thermal Expansion||13.3 x 10^-6 /°C|
|Thermal Conductivity||12.6 W/m-K at 100°C|
|Specific Heat Capacity||440 J/kg-K at 20°C|
|Resistivity in Electrical||1.38μΩ-m at 20°C|
|Magnetic Permeability||< 1.002|
|Tensile Strength||550 MPa|
|Yield Strength (0.2% offset)||220 MPa|
|Elongation at Break||30%|
|Hardness (Brinell)||160 max|
Incoloy 825 Sheet is an ideal material for use in chemical processing, oil and gas, marine, and nuclear industries.
- Chemical processing industry – heat exchangers, tanks, pipes, and valves.
- Oil and gas industry – utilized in downhole and surface applications such as tubing, casing, and wellhead components.
- Marine industry – used for seawater cooling systems and for the construction of boats and ships.
- Nuclear industry – handling and storage of nuclear fuels and for the construction of nuclear reactors.
Incoloy 825 Sheet is available in a range of finishes to suit various applications. Some of the common finishes of Incoloy 825 Sheet include:
- bright annealed cold rolled
- satin, and more.
Some of the wide processes include:
- hot rolling
- cold rolling
Various machining and forming techniques such as:
These processes produce Incoloy 825 Sheets in different dimensions & thicknesses to suit specific applications. They also offer the flexibility to create various shapes and forms, including coils, strips, and plates.
Incoloy 825 Sheet is a nickel-iron-chromium alloy with several equivalent materials, including
- UNS N08825
- DIN 2.4858
- ASTM B424
Other equivalent materials include:
- W.NR 2.4858
- NA16, among others.