Inconel Alloys 
600, 601, 617, 625, 718, 722,
750, 800, 825 
Sheet, Plate, Bar
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Inconel Data Sheets
Inconel
600 Data Sheet,
Inconel 601
Data Sheet,
Inconel 617
Data Sheet,
Inconel 625
Data Sheet,
Inconel 718
Data Sheet,
Inconel 750
Data Sheet,
Inconel 800
Data Sheet,
Inconel 825
Data Sheet
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metal compositions, etc)
California Metal & Supply is a leading supplier of quality
Inconel 600,
Inconel 601, Inconel 617, Inconel 625, Inconel 718, Inconel 722, Inconel 750,
Inconel 800 and Inconel 825 in Sheet, Plate, Bar.
About Inconel/Nickel Alloys
Inconel alloys are oxidation and corrosion
resistant materials well suited for service in extreme environments. When
heated, Inconel forms a thick, stable, passivating oxide layer protecting the
surface from further attack. Inconel retains strength over a wide temperature
range, attractive for high temperature applications where aluminum and steel
would succumb to creep as a result of thermallyinduced crystal vacancies.
Inconel's high temperature strength is developed by solid solution
strengthening or precipitation strengthening, depending on the alloy.
About Nickel and Super Alloys
A superalloy, or highperformance alloy, is an
alloy that exhibits excellent mechanical strength and creep resistance at high
temperatures, good surface stability, and corrosion and oxidation resistance.
Inconel is an example of a superalloy. A superalloy's base alloying element is
usually nickel.
Nickel alloys are alloys with
nickel as principal element. Nickelbased superalloys have been developed for
very high temperature applications where relatively high stresses are
encountered and where high surface stability is frequently required.
Inconel & Inconel Alloys:
Inconel 600,
Inconel 601,
Inconel 617,
Inconel 625,
Inconel 718,
Inconel 722,
Inconel 750,
Inconel 800,
Inconel 825
Incoloy Alloys
Incoloy alloys, including Incoloy 800 and Incoloy
825, are highly sought after due to their ability to resist both oxidization
and carbonization in hightemperature settings. The majority of Incoloy alloys
make additions to a nickelironchromium base. These additions allow the alloy
to adapt to the needs of a variety of industries and enable leading metal
companies to offer a range of Incoloy shapes and designs.
Inconel 600: Solid solution strengthened
Inconel 601:
Good oxidation resistance at high temperatures and
resistance to chlorideion stresscorrosion cracking, corrosion by highpurity
water, and caustic corrosion.
Inconel 617:
An exceptional combination of metallurgical stability,
strength, and oxidation resistance at high temperatures.
Inconel 625:
Acid resistant, good weldability
Inconel 718:
Gamma double prime strengthened with good weldability
Inconel 722: Agehardenable by heat treatment
Inconel 725: A nickelchromiummolybdenumniobium alloy that is highly
resistant to corrosion and is age hardenable for extremely high strength.
Inconel 750: Precipitationhardenable, corrosion and oxidation
resistance, high strength at high temperatures.
AL6XN: Low carbon, high purity, nitrogenbearing "superaustenitic"
stainless alloy. The alloy was designed to be a seawater resistant material
and has since been demonstrated to be resistant to a broad range of very
corrosive environments.
Inconel 800,
Incoloy 800:
Has excellent tensile strength and resistance
to oxidation as well as carburzation properties.
Inconel 825,
Incoloy 825: Great resistance to many corrosive
environments, such as pitting, crevice corrosion, intergranular corrosion, and
stress corrosion cracking.
Inconel 925: A precipitationhardenable nickelironchromium alloy with
additions of molybdenum and copper.
Inconel 945: An age hardenable nickelironchromium alloy with additions of
molybdenum, copper, niobium, titanium and aluminum.
We supply a variety of Inconel sheets, Inconel plates,
Inconel bars and Inconel round bars, Inconel tubing and Inconel pipes in various
sizes.
They include Inconel 600 Round Bar, Inconel 625 Round Bar, Incoloy 800 Round
Bar, among others. Inconel material is also referred
to as nickel alloy plate, sheets, bars, round, tubing and pipes. We are a
certified distributor of high temperature pipes & high temperature alloy
pipes, high temperature alloy plates, high temperature alloy sheets, and high
temperature alloy tubing. They have superior
mechanical properties along with good workability and high strength. These
products are offered in various specifications.
Inconel Sheet, Inconel Plate
Inconel 600: AMS 5540, ASTMB168, UNS N06600
(Cut To Size Price)
Inconel 601: AMS 5870, ASTMB168, UNS N06601
Inconel 617: AMS 5889, ASTMB168, UNS N06617
Inconel 625: AMS 5599, ASTMB443, UNS N06625, UNS N06626
(Cut To Size Price)
Inconel 718:
AMS 5596, B5T0TF14, UNS N07718
(Cut To Size Price)
Inconel 722: AMS 5541, AMS 5714, UNS N07722
Inconel 750: AMS 5542, AMS 5598, AMS 5667, AMS 5668, AMS 5669, AMS 5670, AMS 5671, AMS
5582, AMS 5583, AMS 5698, AMS 5699, AMS 5671, AMS 5747, ASTMB637, UNS N07750
Inconel 800, Incoloy 800:
AMS 5871, UNS N08800
Inconel Sheet, Inconel Plate Stock Size: Thickness: 0.010"~4.00", Standard Width &
Length: 36" X 120" or 48" X 144", Cut
to size available
Inconel Tubing
Inconel 600:
AMS 5580, ASTMB163, B167, MILT7840
Inconel 625:
ASTMB444
Inconel 718: AMS 5589, AMS 5590
Inconel 800,
Incoloy 800: ASTMB163, ASTMB407, ASTMB514
Inconel 825,
Incoloy 825: ASTMB163, ASTMB423, UNS N08825
Inconel Tubing Stock Size: OD 1/16"~4", Wall: 0.010"~0.250",
Length: 17'/24' FT R/L
Inconel Tubing Specifications: ASTMB163, ASME SB163, ASTMB165, ASME SB165,
ASTMB167, ASME SB167, ASTMB444, ASME SB444
Inconel Pipe
Inconel 600:
ASTMB167
Inconel 601: ASTMB167, Commercial Specification, Sch 160
Inconel 625: ASTMB444
Inconel 718: ASTMA312
Inconel 800,
Incoloy 800: ASTMB514
Inconel Pipe Stock Size: 1/4" sch 10 to 16" sch 80
Inconel Pipe Specifications: ASTMB163, ASME SB 163, ASTMB165, ASME SB165,
ASTMB167, ASME SB167, ASTMB444, ASME SB444
Stock Pipe & Fittings
AL6XN Pipe Stock Size: Sch10 & Sch40 thru 12" AL6XN Fittings/Flanges:
thru 8"
Specifications: UNS N08367
ASME SB688, ASME SA240, ASME SB675, ASME SA312, ASME SB676, ASME SA249,
ASME SB691, ASME SA479, ASME SB462, ASME SA182, ASME SB564, ASME SB366
ASTM B688, ASTM A240, ASTM B675, ASTM A312, ASTM B676, ASTM A249, ASTM B804,
ASTM B691, ASTM A479, ASTM B462, ASTM A182, ASTM B564, ASTM B366, ASTM B472
NACE MR0175
Inconel Bar and Inconel Round Bar
Inconel 600:
AMS 5665, ASTMB166, MILN6710
Inconel 601:
Commercial Specification
Inconel 617:
Commercial Specification
Inconel 625:
AMS 5666, ASTMB446
Inconel 718: AMS 5662, AMS 5663, AMS 5664,
ASTMB637
Inconel 800,
Incoloy 800: AMS 5766, ASTMB408, ASMEB408
Inconel 825: ASTMB425
Inconel Bar Stock Size: 3/16" Diameter to 8" Diameter
Inconel Rod
Inconel 600 Rod, Inconel 601 Rod, Inconel 625 Rod and Inconel 800 Rod
Inconel rods are known for their excellent mechanical properties and
resistance to oxidation. Their applications include: furnace muffles,
electronic components, heat treating equipment, steam generator tubing, and
heat exchangers.
Grades: UNS 8800 (Inconel 800), UNS 6600 (Inconel 600), UNS 6601 (Inconel
601), UNS 6625 (Inconel 625)
Inconel Forging
Inconel 600, Inconel 625, Inconel 800, Inconel
825: ASTMB564
High Temperature Alloy Strips
Types of high temperature alloy strips include Invar 36, Kovar, Hastelloy
x750, C 276, X, W, S, N grade, Waspaloy, maraging 300, 4750, nickel 200, 400,
405 & K500 grades & Rene 41 strips. Haynes 188, N155, MP35N, alloy 31, alloy
188, HY MU80, M36, 5 & 6 grade, A286, Greek Ascoloy & AISI 670 strips are
also available.
As your Inconel sheet, plate, pipe, bar, round
bar, rod, tubing supplier, we are capable of fulfilling your required sizes. California Metal & Supply Inc. also has a stocking program to support
long term contract for your Inconel needs.
Composition
Different Inconels have widely varying compositions, but all are predominantly
nickel, with chromium as the second element.
Inconel 
Element (% by mass) 
Ni 
Cr 
Fe 
Mo 
Nb 
Co 
Mn 
Cu 
Al 
Ti 
Si 
C 
S 
P 
B 
600 
72.0 
14.017.0 
6.010.0 



1.0 
0.5 


0.5 
0.15 
0.015 


617 
44.256.0 
20.024.0 
3.0 
8.010.0 

10.015.0 
0.5 
0.5 
0.81.5 
0.6 
0.5 
0.15 
0.015 
0.015 
0.006 
625 
58.0 
20.023.0 
5.0 
8.010.0 
3.154.15 
1.0 
0.5 

0.4 
0.4 
0.5 
0.1 
0.015 
0.015 

718 
50.055.0 
17.021.0 
balance 
2.83.3 
4.755.5 
1.0 
0.35 
0.20.8 
0.651.15 
0.3 
0.35 
0.08 
0.015 
0.015 
0.006 
X750 
70.0 
14.017.0 
5.09.0 

0.71.2 
1.0 
1.0 
0.5 
0.41.0 
2.252.75 
0.5 
0.08 
0.01 


Properties
High temperature metals or high temp alloys
consist of Inconel/Incoloy, Nickel and Superalloys.
Machining
Inconel metals are difficult metals to shape and machine using traditional techniques
due to rapid work hardening. After the first machining pass, work hardening
tends to plastically deform either the workpiece or the tool on subsequent
passes. For this reason, agehardened Inconels such as 718 are machined using
an aggressive but slow cut with a hard tool, minimizing the number of passes
required. Alternatively, the majority of the machining can be performed with
the workpiece in a solutionized form, with only the final steps being
performed after agehardening. External threads are machined using a lathe to
"single point" the threads, or by rolling the threads using a screw machine.
Holes with internal threads are made by welding or brazing threaded inserts
made of stainless steel. Cutting of plate is often done with a waterjet
cutter. Internal threads can also be cut by single point method on lathe, or
by threadmilling on a machining center.
Joining
Welding inconel alloys is difficult due to cracking and microstructural
segregation of alloying elements in the heat affected zone. However, several
alloys have been designed to overcome these problems.
Cobalt Alloy
L605 L605Sheet, Plate:
AMS 5537
L605 L605 Bar, Alloy # 25, AISI 670: AMS 5759,
AMS 5796
Super / High Temperature Alloys
Invar 36 HRAP Plate:
ASTM B753, MILS16598A AMD 2
Kovar:
AMS 7726, AMS 7727, AMS 7728, MILI23011 C11
Hastelloy X, Hastelloy X750:
N07750, ASTMB637, AMS 5754, AMS
5798, AMS 5536, AMS 5587
Hastelloy C 276:
N10276, ASTMB574, AMS 5530, AMS 5750
Hastelloy W, S, N:
AMS 5755, AMS 5711, AMS 5607
Waspaloy:
AMS 5706, AMS 5707, AMS 5708, AMS 5709, AMS 5828, AMS 5706,
AMS 5544
Maraging 300:
AMS 6514
4750:
AMS 7718
Nickel 200/ Nickel 201:
UNS N02200, N02201,
ASTMB160, ASTM B162, ASTM B622
Nickel 400:
N04400, AMS 4544, AMS 4574, AMS 4575, AMS 4576, AMS 4674,
AMS 4675, AMS 4730, ASTMB164, QQN281 A, QQN281 B
Nickel 405:
AMS 4544, AMS 4574, AMS 4575, AMS 4576, AMS 4674, AMS 4675,
AMS 4730, QQN281 A, QQN281 B
Nickel K500:
N05500, AMS 4544, AMS 4574, AMS 4575, AMS 4576, AMS 4674,
AMS 4675, AMS 4730, ASTMB865, QQN281 A, QQN281 B
Rene 41:
AMS 5545, AMS 5712, AMS 5713, AMS 5800
Haynes 188:
AMS 5772, AMS 5801, AMS 5608, AMS 5807
N155:
AMS 5769, AMS 5794, AMS 5532, AMS 5585
Monel K500:
QQN286
Inconel 625 Plus:
N07716, ASTMB805
Inconel 706:
N09706, AMS 5606, AMS 5701, AMS 5702, AMS 5703
Inconel 722:
AMS 5684
Inconel 725:
N07725
Inconel 909:
AMS 5884, AMS 5892, AMS 5893
Inconel 925:
N09925, NACE MR0175 Round Bar
Inconel 945:
N09945
Nimonic 75:
BS HR5, HR203, HR403, HR504
Nimonic 90:
BS HR2, HR202, HR501, HR502
Nimonic 263:
AMS 5872, AMS 5882
MP35N:
AMS 5758, AMS 5844, AMS 5845
Alloy 31:
AMS 5545, 5712
N155 (Multimet):
AMS 5532
Alloy 188:
AMS 5608, AMS 5772
HY MU80:
AMS 7701, MILN14411
MU METALANNEALED HALF HARD, 1/2H:
AMS 7701, AMS 7702
M36:
AMS 7711,
M27: AMS 7712, M4, M5, M6: AMS 7716
* There are three common types of nickel alloys
which are formed for different applications:
Nickel chromium, Nickel copper, and Nickel iron
Nickel Chromium Base Alloys
The nickel chromium base alloys are used
extensively in applications where heat resistance and/or corrosion resistance
is required. In some members of the group, where conditions are less
demanding, some nickel is replaced by iron to decrease the overall cost.
Metals fail at high temperatures by both
oxidation (scaling) and through a loss in strength. Alloys in this class are
designed to resist failure from both of these mechanisms.
Where corrosion resistance is significant,
molybdenum is used as an alloying addition in nickel chromium based alloys.
This group of alloys are frequently sold under
trade name specifications but most are listed in the Unified Numbering System.
Common trade names are HASTELLOY, INCOLOY, and INCONEL.
The more recent nickel chromium base alloys in
these groups also have a wide range of ancillary elements added to give
special properties  some of these can be quite complicated and require very
close control over composition and heat treatment.
Table 1. Compositions of
some common nickel alloys.












15.5 

5.5 
16 
57 


3.8 
N06600 

15.5 

8 

76 



N06625 

21.5 


9 
61 
3.6 


N08800 

21 

46 

32.5 



N07718 
0.5 
19 

18.5 
3 
52.5 
5.1 


N07090 
1.5 
19.5 
16.5 


60 

2.5 

Table 2. Typical
properties of some common nickel alloys.








Annealed 
790 
415 
50 
184 
N/a 
N06600 
Annealed 
550690 
210430 
5535 
120170 
38 
N06625 
Annealed 
930 
520 
45 
180 
160 
N08800 
Annealed 
520690 
210410 
6030 
120184 
70 (700 Degrees C) 
N07718 
Age Hardened 
1350 
1180 
A286
AMS 5525 AMS 5731 AMS 5732 AMS 5734 AMS 5737 AMS
5804 AMS 5805 AMS 5853 AMS 5858 AMS 5895
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