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ASTM B/SB 423 Inconel 825 / UNS N08825

Different materials & grades possible
Within 1 day offer!

Different materials & grades possible
Within 1 day offer!

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Description

Referred to as “Nickel Alloy 825”, Inconel 825 or UNS N08825 is a nickel-iron-chromium alloy with small amounts of molybdenum, copper, and titanium. This combination gives Inconel 825 enhanced corrosion resistance in the harshest environments. The alloy is especially resistant to sulfuric and phosphoric acids / alkalis under both oxidising and reducing conditions. Inconel 825 offers a number of benefits: • Excellent resistance to both reducing and oxidizing acids / alkalis like sulfuric and phosphoric • Helps to avoid stress-corrosion cracking • Stops localized attacks such as pitting and crevice corrosion • High level of resistance to variety of oxidizing substances such as: sulphuric, sulphurous, phosphoric nitric / organic acid, nitrates, oxidizing salt and ammonium hydroxide. Because of its superior corrosion resistance characteristics, Inconel 825 is in use in a number of industries and applications including: chemical processing, pollution control, calorifiers, oil and gas recovery, hot vessels for food, water, and seawater, acid production, pickling tank heaters, tanks, and equipment, nuclear fuel reprocessing, radioactive waste handling and marine exhaust systems.

Different materials & grades possible
ASTM B/SB 423

Grades

Grade Din/EN AISI UNS SS AFNOR BS
2.4858 NiCr21Mo Alloy 825 N08825 NFe32C20Du Inconel® 825

Sizes

Origin: EU/USA/Japan  Lengths: partial fix 6mtr, partial R/L (5-7mtr)

1/2" SCH40S and 1/2" SCH80S

3/4" SCH40S and 3/4" SCH80S

1" SCH10S, 1" SCH40S and 1" SCH80S

1 1/2" SCH10S, 1 1/2" SCH40S and 1 1/2" SCH80S

2" SCH10S, 2" SCH40S and 2" SCH80S

2 1/2" SCH10S and 2 1/2" SCH40S 

3" SCH10S, 3" SCH40S and 3" SCH80S

4" SCH10S, 4" SCH40S and 4" SCH80S

6" SCH10S, 6" SCH40S and 6” SCH80S 

 

On demand SCH160S can also be delivered. Also the supply of BW fittings and ANSI flanges is possible.