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Inconel Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Long Island City, NY

    The seasoned, hands-on metal supply specialists at Metalmen are prepared to help you locate the products you need. They provide creative solutions to all your complicated projects. Knowledgeable in countless metals, including inconel, they have the know-how that allows them to cater to the most challenging requests. For all jobs, contact the company you can trust, call Metalmen today!

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  • Pompton Plains, NJ

    All of teams are dedicated to your meeting your needs. We strive to continuously supply you with the most advanced and purest forms of inconel. We are a turnkey manufacturer with years of experience. Our teams have the background necessary for successful metallurgy. Our company is flexible and we will work with you on your timelines. If you would like to learn more information then please give us a call today!

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  • Kokomo, IN

    Cobalt and nickel alloys are manufactured here. Through our many service centers, we can supply you with nickel plate, nickel bar, forging stock, fittings, flanges, tubing and wire. When your application is in a severely corrosive or high-temperature atmosphere, we are the nickel supplier for you.

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  • Elgin, IL

    Working with nickel alloys, we can fulfill small-quantity orders for wire, strip and nickel bar. Nickel alloys for strip: 200, 201; Hasteloy B-2, C-4, C-22, C-276, G-30, X; and Monel 400. Nickel alloys for wire: Ni Span C; Hasteloy B2, B3, C4, C22, C276, C2000, G30, S, X; Monel 400, K500. Contact us.

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  • Fairfield, NJ

    We are a reliable supplier of Inconel products. All of our nickel solutions are resistant against various types of abuse. Our fantastic items are guaranteed to last for many years and we offer unparalleled customer service. There are numerous advantages you will receive when you select us as your supplier. We provide solutions for a multitude of industries. Give us a call today to learn more information!

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Inconel

Inconel is a registered trademark that refers to nickel-chromium superalloys with common characteristics. As austenitic nickel alloys, the Inconel family is also at times referred to as Chronin, Altemp, Haynes, Nickelvac and Nicrofer. While Inconel alloys can differ widely in terms of composition, all feature nickel as the highest percentage element used, with chromium as the second highest percentage.

Some common characteristics of Inconel alloys include corrosion-resistance, oxidation-resistance, the ability to work well in extreme environments and to retain strength at high temperatures. As a result, Inconel alloys are often used for high temperature applications in industries such as:

- nuclear, in which Inconel 718 is often used in nuclear reactors, rocket motors and spacecraft

- chemical for processing equipment

- industrial manufacturing, for all Inconel alloys for use in heat treating equipment such as furnaces and various machines and components such as gas turbine

- marine, for salt corrosion-resistant piping, springs and fastener

- aerospace, where Inconel is used for piping, safety wire, shims and other structural metal on aircrafts

Since Inconel alloys rapidly harden under machining, they can be difficult to shape. Often, the Inconel alloy must be in a solutionized form for machining to occur. However, machining must be done aggressively and using hard tools, such as in welding or brazing stainless steel threaded inserts are commonly used. In addition, the most common welding technique that is used on Inconel alloys is gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), which is more generally known as tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding. However, recent developments in pulsed micro laser welding are becoming an increasing popular technique for welding Inconel alloys as well.


Each Inconel alloy has its own unique characteristics. As examples, the most commonly used Inconel alloys are:

Inconel 718

It is a nickel-chromium-cobalt alloy that's widely known for its superior metallurgical stability. Inconel 718 alloy is widely used chemical production, power generating plants, gas turbine, combustion cans and ducting. It has high resistance to corrosive aqueous environments and oxidation at high temperatures. The addition of molybdenum and cobalt imparts a solid-solution strengthening. It is easy to fabricate and makes it easy to join metals using conventional welding techniques.

Inconel 617

It is an alloy of Ni, cobalt, chromium, and molybdenum. This exceptional combination improves its strength, oxidation resistance, and metallurgical resistance. The addition of aluminum enhances its resistance to oxidation. It can also resist corrosion even when exposed to different corrosive environments. It is used in ducting, transition liners, petrochemical processing, heat-treating equipment, nitric acid production and gas turbines.

Inconel 601

It is an alloy of Ni, iron, and chromium. It is a versatile engineering material for various applications that require high levels of resistance to corrosion and heat. It has high strength; high resistance to aqueous corrosion and it is readily machined and welded. It has high levels of metallurgical stability and a high-temperature resistance of about 1250°F. It has an adherent layer that is resistant to spalling. Inconel 601 is widely used in fabricated combustion chambers, thermal reactors, insulting cans, and refractory cans.

Inconel 625

58% nickel, 20-23% chromium, 5% iron, 8-10% molybdenum, 3.15-4.15% niobium, 1% cobalt and trace amounts of manganese, aluminum, titanium, silicone, carbon, sulphur and phosphorus.

Inconel 600

72% nickel, 14-17% chromium, 6-10% iron, 1% manganese, and trace amounts of copper, silicone, sulphur and carbon

Inconel 718

50-55% nickel, 19% chromium, 17% iron, 3% molybdenum, 5% niobium, 1% cobalt, 1% aluminum and trace amounts of manganese, copper, titanium, silicone, carbon, sulphur, phosphorus and boron.


Other alloys include 601, 690, 751, 903 and 939.


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