Inconel is a family of an austenitic grade of superalloys designed with a superior nickel and chromium content. Inconel Flanges are utilized in connecting piping fixtures of different sizes and shapes. These flanges provide support and stability during the vigorous movement of fluids and gases. The Inconel 600 Flanges showcase superior corrosion and oxidation resistance properties due to their enhanced composition. These flanges work well in cryogenic or elevated temperatures up to 2000 degrees F. The versatile Alloy 600 Flanges are completely resistant to stress corrosion cracking due to chloride ions. The non-magnetic flanges have good weldability in a different range of temperatures.
The Inconel 625 Flanges have superior strength and enhanced mechanical properties compared to the 600 Inconel alloys. These flanges are resistant to oxidation up to 1800 degrees F. Alloy 625 Flanges have superior creep-rupture strength and are resistant to pitting and crevice corrosion that is induced in marine environments. These flanges have good ductility allowing them to have enhanced forming properties. The Inconel 718 Flanges focus more on strength rather than corrosion resistance properties. These flanges are age-hardenable alloys that have a slow aging response allowing them to be heated or cooled during annealing process. We are the Inconel Flanges manufacturer in India who believe in quality over anything and make use of the best raw materials to produce the best products in the industry.
The Inconel 600 Blind Flange is designed without a boring center or a face allowing it to terminate the flow of fluids and other media through the piping system. They are mostly bolted in place as it allows room for inspection and repair. Alloy 600 Slip On Flanges is one of the common flange types in the industry. These flanges are slid on the piping fixture and welded in place using one or more fillet welds. They are generally seen in low-pressure and temperature applications. The ASTM B564 UNS N06625 Weld Neck Flange is a high-strength grade that is designed to transport pressurized fluids and gases in the system. These flanges have a long or protruding hub and are generally butt-welded in place.