Application of Inconel, Cobalt and Beryllium Copper

Superalloys, including Inconel, Hastelloy, Monel, Cobalt and Beryllium Copper, exhibit extraordinary properties: high strength, high wear resistance, high-temp stability or extreme corrosion resistance, and are mainly used in critical operating environments in petrochemical, marine and power plant industries.  Typicl superalloys are:

  • Nickel Alloy: Inconel, Incoloy, Hastelloy, Inconel, Monel
  • Cobalt Alloy: Stellite
  • Copper Alloy: Beryllium Copper

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What is Sintered Filter?

Sintering gives the high porosity material its shape-stability and properties of a strong metal Component. Sintered Bronze product has a unique structure shows that the grain boundaries run over the original particle boundaries. The pores after the sintering process are mechanically fixed with respect to both size and position. Porosity, size and shape are the determining factor In producing sintered bronze product.

main applications of Sintered Filter

Sound Dampen
Heat Transfer

Frequently Asked Technical Questions

Inconel is a family of austenitic nickel-chromium-based superalloys. These alloys are known for their exceptional strength and resistance to oxidation, corrosion, and extreme temperatures. This makes Inconel particularly valuable in environments where high heat and corrosion resistance are required. Typical grades are: Inconel 600, Inconel 625, Inconel718, Inconel 800/800H/800HT…

  • Temperature Resistance: Inconel excels in high-temperature applications. It retains strength and resists oxidation at temperatures where many other materials fail. Hastelloy is also capable of withstanding high termperatures, while Hastelloy is more celebrated for its performance in corrosive environuments rather than solely for temperature resistance.
  • Corrosion Resistance: Inconel offers good resistance to corrosion, especially in high-temperature and oxidative environments. Hastelloy provides exceptional resistance to a wide range of chemical environments, including strong oxidizers like chlorine and sulfuric, hydrochloric, and hydrofluoric acids.
  • Application: Inconel is commonly used in aerospace, marine, and automotive industries, particularly in high-temperature settings like jet engines and exhaust systems. Hastelloy is Often used in chemical processing industries for components in reactors, heat exchangers, and pipes where strong acids and other corrosive substances are present.

Inconel alloys tend to have higher tensile strength and higher yield strength than Titanium. Inconel is renowned for maintaining its strength at very high temperatures, where titanium and many other metals would weaken. This makes Inconel a preferred choice in high-temperature environments, such as jet engines and industrial furnaces.

Hastelloy is a group of high-performance alloys primarily known for their outstanding corrosion resistance. These alloys are predominantly made of nickel and contain varying proportions of other elements such as molybdenum, chromium, cobalt, and iron. Hastelloy alloys perform exceptionally well in highly corrosive environments, including those involving aggressive acids and chemicals.

Beryllium significantly enhances the properties of copper when added to it, creating an alloy known as beryllium copper (BeCu). Compared with Cooper, Beryllium Copper exhibits Increased Strength, Improved Elasticity, High Conductivity, Good Corrosion Resisance, Good Fatigue Reistance and Non-Sparking & Non-Magnetic charactors.

Beryllium Copper in its solid form is generally safe to touch. The primary concerns with beryllium involve inhaling its dust or fumes, which can occur during the machining or processing of beryllium copper alloys. Inhaling beryllium particles can lead to a serious lung condition known as Chronic Beryllium Disease (CBD) or other respiratory issues. However, when Beryllium Copper is in its finished, solid form, such as in tools, components, or other items, the risk of beryllium exposure is minimal. Handling these objects does not typically pose a health hazard.

  • The high strength of nickel-base superalloys at cutting temperatures causes high cutting forces, generates more heat atthe tool tip, and liits their speed capabilities.
  • The low thermal conuctivity of these aloys transfers heat produced during machining to the tool, subsequently increasing tool tip temperatures and causing excessive tool wear, which can limmit cutting speeds and reduce useful tool life.
  • The presenceof hard, abrasive intermetallic compounds and carbides in these alloys causes severe abrasive wear on the tool tip.
  • The high capacity for work hardening in nickel-base alloys causes depth-ofcut notching on the tool, which can lead to burr formation on the workpiece.
  • The chip produced during machining is tough and continuou, therefore requiring accpetable chip control geometry.
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