Inconel is one of the most commonly used materials for springs in corrosive environments and high temperatures. Depending on the heat treatment after coiling, the material can be even further improved for the respective temperatures.
Roveron has many Inconel wire thicknesses in stock. If we don't have the desired thickness in stock, we have agreements with great suppliers to ensure fast delivery of these products!
|Inconel 600||2.4816||Good oxidation resistance and corrosion resistance at high temperatures.||Chemical processes, food, nuclear.|
|Inconel X750||2.4669||Very suitable for high temperatures (although it is not as good as Nimonic 90).||Pressure, gas turbines, aerospace and nuclear.|
|Inconel 718||2.4668||Very suitable for high temperatures, higher strength than X750 and better mechanical properties when used with temperatures lower than X750 and Nimonic 90||Pressure, gas turbines, aerospace and nuclear.|
|Material||Type||Coiling||Operating Temperature||Heat treatment after coiling|
|Inconel 600||Spring hardness||Cold||Up to 390°C||460°C 1 hour + Air cooling (A.C.)|
|Inconel X750||No. 1||Cold||Up to 540°C||730°C for 16 hours + Air cooling (A.C.)|
|Inconel X750||Spring hardness||Cold||Up to 370°C||Up to 370°C|
|Inconel X750||Spring hardness||Cold||460°C - 705°C||1150°C for 2 hours + 843°C for 24 hours + 704°C for 24 hours + 704°C for 20 hours + Air Cooling (A.C.)|