Inconel Plates

Inconel Plates

Ashapura Steel’s Inconel plate stands as a pinnacle of excellence, meticulously crafted from the highest-quality Inconel alloy. It is engineered to excel in the realms of strength, corrosion resistance, and durability, making it the go-to choice for those demanding the utmost performance under the harshest conditions.

This plate’s remarkable resistance to oxidation and carburization, combined with its ability to thrive in high-temperature environments, makes it versatile and well-suited for a broad spectrum of applications.

Types Of Inconel Plates

Inconel 600 Plates

Inconel 600 plates are a type of nickel-chromium-based superalloy that is designed to withstand high temperatures. These plates are commonly used in furnace components, chemical processing equipment, and heat exchangers due to their excellent resistance to oxidation and corrosion at high temperatures. The Inconel 600 alloy is also known for its good mechanical properties, making it suitable for use in various industrial applications.

Inconel 625 Plates

Inconel 625 plates are another type of nickel-chromium-based superalloy that is highly resistant to corrosion and oxidation. These plates are commonly used in marine environments, chemical processing plants, and aerospace applications due to their exceptional resistance to harsh environmental conditions.

Inconel 718 Plates

Inconel 718 plates are a type of nickel-chromium-based superalloy that is known for its excellent strength and toughness at high temperatures. These plates are commonly used in gas turbines, rocket engines, and other high-stress applications where performance under extreme conditions is critical.

Surface Finish of Inconel Plates

Clad Plate

Clad plate is made by bonding two or more metals together into a single composite material. Inconel clad plates are commonly used in the chemical processing industry because they offer excellent resistance to corrosion from acids, alkalis, and other chemicals. They are also used in heat exchangers where they provide superior thermal conductivity.

Polished Plate

Polished inconel plates have a smooth surface finish that makes them ideal for use in applications where hygiene is critical. These include food processing plants, pharmaceuticals, and medical equipment manufacturing facilities.

Rolled Plates

Rolled inconel plates are manufactured using a hot or cold rolling process. Hot-rolled plates are made by heating the metal above its recrystallization temperature and then rolling it into the desired shape. Cold-rolled plates are made by passing the metal through a pair of rollers while it is below its recrystallization temperature.

Rolling Plate

Inconel rolling plates are produced using a continuous casting process that involves pouring molten metal into a mold that has been designed to produce flat sheets or strips of metal with uniform thicknesses.

HR Plates

HR plates are manufactured using a hot rolling process that involves heating the metal above its recrystallization temperature and then rolling it into the desired shape. This process produces plates with a rough surface finish.

CR Plates

CR plates are made by passing the metal through a pair of rollers while it is below its recrystallization temperature. This process produces plates with a smooth surface finish.

Inconel Plates Specifications

SpecificationsASTM A387 / ASME SA387
Thickness1mm-300mm
Width1000mm, 1219mm, 1500mm, 1800mm, 2000mm, 2500mm, 3000mm, 3500mm, 4050mm etc
Length2000mm, 2440mm, 3000mm, 5800mm, 6000mm, 12000mm, 15000mm etc
Surface2B, 2D, BA, NO.1, NO.4, NO.8, 8K, mirror, checkered, embossed, hair line, sand blast, Brush, etching Manufacturer and Supplier
FinishHot rolled plate (HR), Cold rolled sheet (CR)
GradesCMnPSSICrMo
ASTM A387 Grade 50.15 max0.3 – 0.60.0350.030.5 max4.00 – 6.000.45 – 0.65
ASTM A387 Grade90.15 max0.30 – 0.60.030.031.0 max8.0 – 10.00.9 – 1.1
ASTM A387 Grade 110.05 – 0.170.4 – 0.650.0350.0350.5 – 0.801.0 – 1.50.45 – 0.65
ASTM A387 Grade 120.05 – 0.170.4 – 0.650.0350.0350.15 – 0.40.8 – 1.150.45 – 0.6
ASTM A387 Grade 220.05 – 0.150.3 – 0.60.0350.0350.5 max2.0 – 2.50.9 – 1.1

625 Inconel Plates Weight & Density

Plate Surface finishGauge (in)Width (max in)
2B – Cold rolled, heat treated, pickled, skin passed Plate10–2472*
2D – Cold rolled, heat treated, pickled plate12–2460
BA Mexinox only18–2848
Polished plate (not brushed)11–2460
Temper rolled plate Mexinox only13–2948

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FAQ

1)What is Inconel made of?

Some common elements found in Inconel alloys include-
Nickel (Ni)- Nickel is the primary component and forms the base of the alloy, providing strength and corrosion resistance.
Chromium (Cr)- Chromium enhances the alloy’s resistance to oxidation and corrosion, particularly at high temperatures.
Iron (Fe)- Iron is often present in relatively small amounts, contributing to the alloy’s overall strength.
Molybdenum (Mo)- Molybdenum improves resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion in aggressive environments.
Niobium (Nb)- Niobium can be added to enhance the alloy’s strength and resistance to high.

2) Where is Inconel found?

Inconel alloys find their application in a wide spectrum of industries and settings where extreme conditions challenge traditional materials. They are a staple in aerospace, safeguarding critical components in aircraft and spacecraft, and play a vital role in the chemical and petrochemical sectors, ensuring the integrity of equipment exposed to corrosive chemicals. Inconel’s resilience is also harnessed in the energy sector for power generation and in the demanding environments of nuclear facilities.

3)Where is Inconel used?

Inconel is widely employed in industries where extreme conditions and exceptional performance are paramount. It’s a vital material in aerospace, fortifying critical components in aircraft and spacecraft. In the chemical and petrochemical sectors, Inconel safeguards equipment against corrosive substances. Its heat resistance makes it invaluable in power generation, and its durability is essential in nuclear applications.

4)Can Inconel be welded?

Yes, Inconel can be welded, but it requires specialized techniques and expertise due to its unique properties, including high-temperature resistance and resistance to corrosion. Welding Inconel typically involves the use of specific welding processes like gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW or TIG), gas metal arc welding (GMAW or MIG), or shielded metal arc welding (SMAW or stick welding.

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