Inconel 617®

Inconel 617® consists of nickel-chromium-cobalt and ® molybdenum. These elements make Inconel 617® highly resistant to oxidation and carburization. Inconel 617® can be easily fabricated; it can be hot formed up to 2200® F, and cold formed at 1900® F. Inconel 617® has excellent weldability. Inconel 617® is used for ducting, transition liners in both aircraft and land based gas turbines, and combustion cans.

Common Trade Names for Inconel 617® include:

  • Inconel 617®, Nicrofer 5520®

Chemical Data for Inconel 617®

  • C: .05 -.15
  • Mn: 1.0 MAX
  • S: .015 MAX
  • Si: 1.0 MAX
  • Cr: 20.0 -24.0
  • Ni: 44.5 MIN
  • Mo: 8.0 – 10.0
  • Cu: .5 MAX
  • Co: 10.0 15.0
  • Co: 10.0 15.0
  • Ti: 0.6 MAX
  • Al: .8 -1.5
  • Fe: 3.0 MAX
  • W: .006 MAX

Available Forms for Inconel 617®

  • Wire
  • Sheet
  • Plate
  • Forgings
  • Welding Rod

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