Ananka Group are one of the leading Inconel Fasteners Manufacturer In India. Ananka Group provides a wide variety of Inconel Fasteners including Inconel Fasteners Nuts, Inconel Fasteners Bolts, Sockets, Washers, and more Inconel Fasteners in India. Inconel is a difficult metal to shape and to the machine using traditional cold forming 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, age-hardened Inconel Fasteners 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 age hardening.
In Ananka Group Inconel is often encountered in extreme environments. It is common in gas turbine blades, seals, and combustors, as well as turbocharger rotors and seals, electric submersible well pump motor shafts, high-temperature fasteners, chemical processing and pressure vessels, heat exchanger tubing, steam generators, and core components in nuclear-pressurized water reactors, natural gas processing with contaminants such as H2S and CO2, firearm sound suppressor blast baffles, and Formula One, NASCAR, NHRA, and APR, LLC exhaust systems. It is also used in the turbo system of the 3rd generation Mazda RX7, and the exhaust systems of high powered Wankel engine Norton motorcycles where exhaust temperatures reach more than 1,000 °C. Inconel is increasingly used in the boilers of waste incinerators.
Sizes: M4 to M180 Metric | 1/4 to 8″ Imperial
Threads: ISO Metric / UNC / UNF / UNEF / BSW
Length: Upto 1000mm
Coatings: Zinc, Hot Dip Galvanizing, Cadmium, Nickel, PTFE Xylan® Or Teflon®
Inconel Fasteners are oxidation- and corrosion-resistant materials well suited for service in extreme environments subjected to high pressure and kinetic energy. When heated, Inconel forms a thick and 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 thermally induced crystal vacancies (see Arrhenius equation). Inconel’s high-temperature strength is developed by solid solution strengthening or precipitation strengthening, depending on the alloy. In age-hardening or precipitation-strengthening varieties, small amounts of niobium combine with nickel to form the intermetallic compound Ni3Nb or gamma double prime. Gamma prime forms small cubic crystals that inhibit slip and creep effectively at elevated temperatures. The formation of gamma-prime crystals increases over time, especially after three hours of heat exposure of 850 °C, and continues to grow after 72 hours of exposure.
Inconel 625 (UNS designation N06625) is a nickel-based superalloy that possesses high strength properties and resistance to elevated temperatures. It also demonstrates remarkable protection against corrosion and oxidation. Its ability to withstand high stress and a wide range of temperatures, both in and out of the water, as well as being able to resist corrosion while being exposed to highly acidic environments makes it a fitting choice for nuclear and marine applications. Inconel 625 was developed in the 1960s with the purpose of creating a material that could be used for steam-line piping. Some modifications were made to the original composition that has enabled it to be even more creep-resistant and weldable. Because of this, the uses of Inconel 625 have expanded into a wide range of industries such as the chemical processing industry, and for marine and nuclear applications to make pumps and valves and other high-pressure equipment. Because of the metal’s high Niobium (Nb) levels as well as its exposure to harsh environments and high temperatures, there was concern about the weldability of Inconel 625. Studies were therefore conducted to test the metal’s weldability, tensile strength, and creep resistance, and Inconel 625 was found to be an ideal choice for welding. Other well-known names for Inconel 625 are Haynes 625, Nickelvac 625, Nicrofer 6020, Altemp 625, and Chronic 625.
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