Inconel: More than twenty different grades are hiding behind this name. These materials are highly resistant to corrosion and creep and their ductility allows for use at very low temperatures. They are used in many sectors (chemical, pulp, and paper, nuclear and cryogenic).
Their implementation is sometimes more difficult than for stainless steel due to their high ductility.
Incoloy: These alloys exhibit very good corrosion resistance, high creep resistance, and excellent resistance to high temperature. They are primarily used in the chemical and petrochemical industries
INCONEL® 600, INCONEL® 601, INCONEL® 617, INCONEL® 625, INCONEL® 718, INCONEL® 725, INCOLOY® 800, INCOLOY® 800H/HT, UNS N06600, UNS N06601, UNS N06617, UNS N06625, UNS N07718, UNS N07725, UNS N08810, UNS N08811, 2.4816, 2.4851, 2.4663, 2.4856, 2.4668, 1.4876, 1.4958, 1.4959
Service conditions: High pressure, High temperature, Low temperature, Corrosion, High viscosity, Vacuum, Reliability
Type of fluids: Liquids, Liquids with solid particles – Slurry, Gas, High viscosity fluids
Application: Fine chemicals, Plastics and polymers, General chemicals, Petrochemicals, Nuclear and Naval / Submarine, Cryogenic service