Pipe Fittings and Flanges Made from Alloy 600/601/625 and Inconel 600/601/625

Molybdenum (Mo), Chromium (Cr), Nickel, and other alloying elements are added to alloy pipes in higher percentages than to carbon steel pipes.  According to ASTM A335, low-alloy steel pipes are those that have a total amount of alloying elements below 5%.

What is an Alloy Pipe?

What is Inconel Pipe?

Inconel 625 is a nickel-based alloy that combines high strength with excellent corrosion resistance, oxidation resistance, and toughness.  A cryogenic to 2,000°F (1,093°C) operating temperature range, high fatigue strength, and nonmagnetic properties make it ideal for harsh environments.

Inconel Alloy 600 Vs Inconel Alloy 625

Solid solution strengthened Inconel alloys 600 and 625 are both available. As a result of some differences in chemical composition, these two alloys have different corrosion resistances and strengths.

Is alloy 600 the same as Inconel 600?

The alloy 600 is also referred to as Inconel 600.  Known for its oxidation resistance at higher temperatures, this nickel-chromium alloy is unique in its type.  Depending on the application, it can be used in everything from cryogenics to applications with elevated temperatures up to 2000°F

Five Inconel Use Case Examples

1. Oil and Gas Extraction 2. Heat Treat Applications 3. Rapid Temperature Changes 4. Saltwater Applications 5. Jet Engines