Incoloy 800 is a nickel-chromium alloy that is best known for its ability to maintain a stable structure during prolonged exposure to high temperatures. Incoloy 800 possesses more than the strength to withstand the basic stress caused by heat, though. It has high levels of resistance to oxidation and carbonization, making it one of the most effective materials for use in carbonizing equipment and heating element sheathing.
Metal Type: UNS N08800
Standard: ASTM B564, AMS 5766, ISO 9725
– Steam / hydrocarbon reforming for components such as pig tails, headers, collectors, manifolds, transfer piping, catalyst tubes, and quench system piping
– Ethylene pyrolsis tubing in convection and radiant sections – resistance to carburization and good mechanical properties
– Ethylene dichloride cracking tubes – resistance to carburization and to dry hydrogen chloride and chlorine components, e.g. Heat exchangers, piping systems, etc., in coal conversion plants
– Steam generators tubing in helium coolant, high temperature reactor systems – high strength, resistance to helium and steam
Our INCOLOY 800 is carefully handled to minimize damage during storage and transportation and to preserve the quality of the product in its original condition.
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