UNS N06617/Inconel 617

Short Introduction:

Inconel 617/ UNS N07617 / SEW VDIUV W.Nr.2.4663 NiCr23Co12Mo / AFNOR NC22KDA is a solid-solution, strengthened, nickel-chromium-cobalt- molybdenum alloy with a n exceptional combination of high-temperature strength and oxidation resistance. The alloy also has excellent resistance to a wide range of corrosive environments.

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    Description

    Inconel 617/ UNS N06617

     

    Material grades and equivalents

    Inconel 617/ UNS N07617 / SEW VDIUV W.Nr.2.4663 NiCr23Co12Mo / AFNOR NC22KDA

    • Inconel 617 is a solid-solution, strengthened, nickel-chromium-cobalt- molybdenum alloy with an exceptional co mbination of high-temperature strength and oxidation resistance. The alloy also has excellent resistance to a wide range of corrosive environments, and it is readily formed and welded by conventional techniques

    • The combination of high strength and oxidation resistance at temperatures over 1800°F (980°C) makes Inconel 617 an attractive material for such components as ducting, combustion cans, and transiti on liners in both aircraft and land-based gas turbines.

    Inconel 617 Chemical composition:

    %

    Ni

    Cr

    Fe

    C

    Mn

    Si

    Mo

    Co

    Al

    Ti

    P

    S

     Min

     20

     0.05

     8

     10.0

     0.6

     0.2

     Max

     Rest

     23

     2.0

     0.1

     0.7

     0.7

     10.0

     13.0

     1.5

     0.6

     0.012

     0.008

     

    Inconel  617 Physical properties:

    Density

    8.4 g/cm³

    Melting Point

    1330-1380℃

     

    Corrosion Resistance:

    • elevated temperatures, those elements cause the formation of a thin, subsurface zone of oxide particles.

    • The zone forms rapidly upon exposure to high temperatures until it reaches a thickness of 0.001 to 0.002(0.025 to 0.05 mm). The oxide zone provides the proper diffusion conditions for the formation of a

    • protective chromium oxide layer on the surface of the metal. It also helps to prevent spalling of the protective layer.

    • Inconel  617 has excellent resistance to carburization. Table 9 compares alloy 617 and some other carburization-resistant alloys in a gaseous carburizing environment at 2000°F (1095°C). The weight-gain measurements indicate the amount of carbon absorbed during the test period.

    • The composition of INCONEL alloy 617 includes ubstantial amounts of nickel, chromium, and aluminum for a high degree of resistance to oxidation and carburization at high temperatures. Those elements, along with the molybdenum content, also enable the alloy to withstand many wet corrosive environments.

    Heat Treatment:

    • Inconel  617 is normally used in the solutionannealed condition. That condition provides a coarse grain structure for the best creep-rupture strength. It also provides the best bend ductility at room temperature. Solution annealing is performed at a temperature of 2150°F (1175° C)for a time commensurate with section size.

    • Cooling should be by water quenching or rapid air cooling.

    Specifications:

    Rod, Bar, Wire, and Forging Stock

    ASTM B 166/ASME SB 166/ASTM B 564/ASME SB 564/SAE AMS 5887/VdTÜV 485/ISO 9724/DIN 17752/DIN 17753/DIN 17754

    Plate, Sheet, and Strip

    ASTM B 168/ASME SB 168/SAE AMS 5888/SAE AMS 5889/VdTÜV 485/ISO 6208/DIN 17750

     Pipe & Tubing

    VdTÜV 485/ISO 6207/ASTM B 546/ASME SB 546/DIN 17751