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          • 800-HPALLOY
          • 1985 E 500 N Windfall, IN 46076
            444 Wilson St Tipton, IN 46072
            Post Office Box 40 Tipton, IN 46072
            tel:8004725569

          Inconel 600 (UNS N06600) Ni 76.0, Cr 15.5, Fe 8.0 Description

          Ni 72.0, Cr 15.5, Fe 8.0 Mn 1.0 C 0.15 Cu 0.5 Si 0.5 S 0.015

          High Performance Alloys stocks and produces Inconel 600 in this grade in the following forms: Bar, wire cuts, sheet, plate, strip, tube, pipe. Request quote on this grade.

           

          Overview

          Inconel 600 is a nickel-chromium alloy with good oxidation resistance at higher temperatures, with good resistance in carburizing and chloride containing environments.

          Inconel 600 is a nickel-chromium alloy designed for use from cryogenic to elevated temperatures in the range of 2000 deg F(1093 deg C). The high nickel content of the alloy enables it to retain considerable resistance under reducing conditions and makes it resistant to corrosion by a number of organic and inorganic compounds. The nickel content gives it excellent resistance to chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking and also provides excellent resistance to alkaline solutions.

          Its chromium content gives the alloy resistance to sulfur compounds and various oxidizing environments. The chromium content of the alloy makes it superior to commercially pure nickel under oxidizing conditions. In strong oxidizing solutions like hot, concentrated nitric acid, 600 has poor resistance. Alloy 600 is relatively un-attacked by the majority of neutral and alkaline salt solutions and is used in some caustic environments. The alloy resists steam and mixtures of steam, air and carbon dioxide.

          Alloy 600 is non-magnetic, has excellent mechanical properties and a combination of high strength and good workability and is readily weldable. Inconel 600 exhibits cold forming characteristics normally associated with chromium-nickel stainless steels.

          Typical corrosion applications include titanium dioxide production (chloride route), perchlorethylene syntheses, vinyl chloride monomer (VCM), and magnesium chloride. Alloy 600 is used in chemical and food processing, heat treating, phenol condensers, soap manufacture, vegetable and fatty acid vessels and many more.


          Characteristics

          • Resistant to a wide range of corrosive media. The chromium content gives better resistance than Alloy 200 and 201 under oxidizing conditions, at the same time the high nickel gives good resistance to reducing conditions.
          • Virtually immune to chlorine ion stress corrosion cracking.
          • Demonstrates adequate resistance to organic acids such as acetic, formic and stearic.
          • Excellent resistance to high purity water used in primary and secondary circuits of pressurized nuclear reactors.
          • Little or no attack occurs at room and elevated temperatures in dry gases, such as chlorine or hydrogen chloride. At temperatures up to 550C in these media, this alloy has been shown to be one of the most resistant of the common alloys.
          • At elevated temperatures the annealed and solution annealed alloy shows good resistance to scaling and has high strength.
          • The alloy also resists ammonia bearing atmospheres, as well as nitrogen and carburizing gases.
          • Under alternating oxidizing and reducing conditions the alloy may suffer from selective oxidation.

          Applications

          • Thermocouple sheaths.
          • Ethylene dichloride (EDC) cracking tubes.
          • Conversion of uranium dioxide to tetrafluoride in contact with hydrofluoric acid.
          • Production of caustic alkalis particularly in the presence of sulfur compounds.
          • Reactor vessels and heat exchanger tubing used in the production of vinyl chloride.
          • Process equipment used in the production of chlorinated and fluorinated hydrocarbons.
          • In nuclear reactors uses are for such components as control rod inlet stub tubes, reactor vessel components and seals, steam dryers and d separators in boiling water reactors. In pressurized water reactors it is used for control rod guide tubes and steam generator baffle plates etc.
          • Furnace retort seals, fans and fixtures.
          • Roller hearths and radiant tubes, in carbon nitriding processes especially.

           

          Fabricating INCONEL ® alloy 600
          Inconel 600 is non-magnetic, has excellent mechanical properties and a combination of high strength and good workability and is readily weldable. Alloy 600 exhibits cold forming characteristics normally associated with chromium-nickel stainless steels.

          600 sheet and plate are almost exclusively supplied in the annealed condition. Bar stock may need to be stress relieved, or annealed before performing any heading operations.

           

          Chemistry

          Chemical Requirements

          Ni

          C

          Mn

          Cr

          S

          Si

          Fe

          Max

          .15

          1.0

          17.0

          .015

          .5

          10.0

          Min

          72.0

          14.0

          6.0


          Tensile Data

          Mechanical Property Requirements

          Ultimate Tensile

          Yield Strength (0.2% OS)

          Elong. in 2 in. or 50mm or 4D, min., %

          R/A

          Hardness

          Cold Worked/As worked

          Min

          110 KSi

          85 KSi

          10

          Max

           

           

          Min

          760 MPa

          585 KSi

          Max

          Hot Worked/As worked

          Min

          90 KSi

          40 KSi

          25

          Max

          Min

          620 MPa

          275 MPa

          Max


          D- Forging quality is furnished to chemical requirements and surface inspection only. No mechanical properties required.

          Specifications

          Form

          Standard

          Metal Type

          UNS N06600

          Bar

          ASTM B166 AMS 5665 Din 17752

          Wire

          Sheet

          ASTM B168 AMS 5540 Din 17750

          Plate

          ASTM B168 AMS 5540 Din 17750

          Tube

          ASTM B167

          Pipe

          ASTM B167

          Fitting

          ASTM B366

          Forging

          ASTM B564 Din 17754

          Weld Wire

          FM 82/ ERNiCr-3

          Weld Electrode

          FM 182/ ENiCrFe-3

          Din

          2.4816


           

          Machining

          Machinability Ratings

          MACHINING DATA
          Carbide tools are suggested
          for rates better than 50% of Type 304.
          Machining Type Suggested starting rates are:
          Single Point turning : Roughing - 0.15" depth, 0.015"/rev feed -175 SFM
          Finishing - 0.025" depth, 0.007"/rev feed - 200 SFM
          Drilling : 1/4" Dia hole - 0.004"/rev feed - 60 SFM
          1/2" Dia hole - 0.007"/rev feed - 60 SFM
          3/4" Dia hole - 0.010"/rev feed - 60 SFM
          Reaming : Feed - same as drilling - 100 SFM
          Side and Slot Milling : Roughing - 0.25" depth - 0.007"/tooth feed - 125SFM
          Finishing - 0.050" depth - 0.009"/tooth feed - 140SFM
          These rates are for carbide tools,
          Type C-2 for roughing, drilling and reaming.
          Type C-3 for finishing.

           

          INCONEL® is a registered trademark of the INCO family of companies.

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