Inconel 600
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Chemical Data, Mechanical Properties and Specifications for Nickel Alloy 600

Inconel® Alloy 600 is a non-magnetic nickel-chromium alloy perfect for use at high temperatures when corrosion resistance is important. Often used in chemical and food processing, Alloy 600 has demonstrated it's use for nuclear engineering, furnace components and gas turbine components.

Inconel® 600 is a versatile alloy that can be annealed, cold drawn, hot worked, welded and formed by conventional methods.

It is resistant to many corrosive agents, including: chlorine ion stress-corrosion cracking, high purity water, and organic acids. Alloy 600 is also resistant to carburizing and ammonia bearing atmospheres.

Chemical

Chemical Range
Element Minimum Maximum
Carbon (C) -- 0.15
Chromium (Cr) 14 17
Copper (Cu) -- 0.5
Iron (Fe) 6 10
Manganese (Mn) -- 1
Nickel (Ni) 72.0 Balance
Silicon (Si) -- 0.5
Sulphur (S) -- 0.015

Physical

Typical Physical Data
Tensile Strength 95,000 psi
Yield Strength 45,000 psi
Elongation 40%
Density 0.306 lb /in

Specs

Applicable Specifications
Rod & Bar ASTM B166, AMS 5665
Sheet & Plate ASTM B168, AMS 5540
Tube & Pipe ASTM B167, ASTM B829, ASTM B517, ASTM B775, ASTM B163, ASTM B516, ASTM B751, AMS 5580
Forgings ASTM B564, AMS 5665

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