Inconel 600 Bar | UNS N06600
- Withstand high temperatures
- Corrosion protection
- High power
- Excellent weldability
- Inadequate magnetic permeability
- Satisfactory electrical conductivity
Inconel 600 Bar Manufacturer
Inconel 600 is a nickel-chromium alloy with exceptional corrosion resistance in high-temperature settings. It is normally available in a variety of diameters and lengths, which can be delivered hot rolled or cold drawn.
These bars have high tensile strength, good creep, and rupture resistance, that can keep their mechanical qualities even at high temperatures. Inconel 600 bars are also noted for their exceptional oxidation resistance, making them ideal for use in applications requiring high-temperature stability.
Bars made from Inconel 600 alloy are popularly utilized in chemical and petrochemical processing sectors, pollution control, refining services, pulp and paper, waste treatment facilities, the aeronautical fields, mechanical engineering, and marine engineering.
Some of the common finishes we offer for Inconel 600 bars are bright polished, black finish, rough turned, mill finish, bright annealed, No.4 finish, and more. Other custom finishes are available upon your application requests.
- Various Sizes and Shapes
- Specification Standards
- Chemical Attributes
- Mechanical Profile
Round bars: Available in lengths up to 20 feet and 0.1 inches to 12 inches wide.
Hexagonal bars: Have a thickness range of 0.5 inches to 3 inches and come in lengths of up to 12 feet.
Square bars: Bought in lengths up to 20 feet, ranging from 0.25 inches to 6 inches.
Flat Bars: With widths up to 12 inches and lengths up to 20 feet, and thicknesses ranging from 0.125 inches to 4 inches.
Custom shape: Inconel 600 bars may also be custom-shaped to fit certain needs. These shapes include angles, channels, and T-sections.
A range of our Inconel 600 bars are fully accredited to numerous national and international specifications, including:
- AMS 5665
- ASTM B166
- BS 3072
- BS 3076
- DIN, 17742
- DIN 17750
- and many more
6% – 10% Iron (Fe)
1% Manganese (Mn)
- Density – 8.47 g/cm
- Tensile Strength – 655 MPa
- Yield Strength – 310 MPa
- Melting Point – 31413 °C
- Elongation – 40%