Inconel 600 Nickel Alloy Steel UNS N06600 Standard Engineering Material

Place of Origin China
Brand Name Inconel
Certification ISO, AISI, ASTM, GB, EN, DIN, JIS
Model Number Inconel 600 - UNS N06600 standard engineering material
Minimum Order Quantity 1 Ton
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Material Inconel 600 - UNS N06600 Standard Engineering Material Is Alloy Or Not Is Alloy
Sample Available Seaport Shanghai Port, Ningbo Port
Others OEM/ODM/Oversea Service Type Nickel Bar,Nickel Pipe,Nickel Plate
Grade Nickel-chromium Alloy All Standard Mill Forms Product Name Inconel 600
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Inconel 600 Nickel Alloy Steel


Nickel Alloy Steel UNS N06600


ASTM Nickel Alloy Steel

Product Description

Inconel 600 - UNS N06600 standard engineering material

Inconel 600 is a nickel-chromium alloy known for its excellent resistance to oxidation at high temperatures, as well as its resistance to carburization and environments containing chloride. It is used in a range of temperatures from cryogenic to elevated temperatures up to 2000°F (1093°C). The high nickel content of the alloy allows it to retain significant resistance under reducing conditions and makes it immune to corrosion by many organic and inorganic compounds. Additionally, the nickel content gives it excellent resistance to chloride-ion stress corrosion cracking and provides excellent capacity for alkaline solutions.

The chromium content of the alloy provides resistance to sulfur compounds and various oxidizing environments. The chrome content makes the alloy superior to commercially pure nickel under oxidizing conditions. However, in hot, concentrated nitric acid, Inconel 600 has negative resistance. The alloy is relatively unattacked by most neutral and alkaline salt solutions and is used in some caustic environments. The blend resists steam and mixtures of steam, air, and carbon dioxide.

Inconel 600 is non-magnetic, has excellent mechanical properties, and a combination of high strength and good workability, making it readily weldable. It exhibits cold forming characteristics typically associated with chromium-nickel stainless steels.

The alloy is used in a variety of applications, including titanium dioxide production (chloride route), perchlorethylene syntheses, vinyl chloride monomer (VCM), and magnesium chloride. It is also used in chemical and food processing, heat treating, phenol condensers, soap making, vegetable and fatty acid vessels, and more.

In terms of characteristics, Inconel 600 is resistant to a wide range of corrosive media. Its high nickel content provides better resistance than Alloy 200 and 201 under oxidizing conditions, while the high nickel content offers good resistance to reducing conditions. The alloy is virtually immune to chlorine-ion stress corrosion cracking and demonstrates sufficient resistance to natural acids such as acetic, formic, and stearic. It also has excellent resistance to high purity water used in primary and secondary lines of pressurized nuclear reactors. The alloy exhibits minor or no attack occurs at room and elevated temperatures during dry gases, such as chlorine or hydrogen chloride. At temperatures up to 550°C in these media, this alloy has been shown to be one of the most resistant of the common alloys. At higher temperatures, the annealed and solution-annealed alloy shows good resistance to scaling and has high strength. The alloy also withstands ammonia-bearing atmospheres, as well as nitrogen and carburizing fumes. Under alternating oxidizing and reducing conditions, the alloy can experience selective oxidation.

In terms of applications, Inconel 600 is used in thermocouple sheaths, ethylene dichloride (EDC) damage tubes, conversion of uranium dioxide to tetrafluoride touching hydrofluoric acid, production of caustic alkalis particularly in the presence of sulfur compounds, reactor vessels and heat exchanger tubing used in the production of plastic chloride, process equipment used in the production of chlorinated and fluorinated hydrocarbons, control rod inlet stub tubes, reactor vessel parts and seals, steam dryers, and m separators in boiling water reactors. In pressurized water reactors, it is used for control rod guide tubes and steam generator baffle plates. It is also used in furnace retort seals, fans, and fixtures, as well as roller hearths and radiant tubes, particularly during carbon nitriding processes.


Chemical Composition Standard Definition Featured Features Common Usage Areas
Element Min % Max %
Ni 72.00
Cr 14.00 17.00
Fe 6.00 10.00
Mn 1.00
C 0.10
Cu 0.50
Si 0.50
S 0.015
P 0.04
Co 1.00
Nb/Cb 1.00
Ti 0.50
Ta 0.05
AI 0.35
AMS 5665
AMS 5687
BS 3075 NA 14
BS 3076 NA 14
DTD 328A
UNS N06600
AWS 010
At high temperatures


High corrosion resistance and

High oxidation resistance

Oven parts and oven parts



Chemical processing equipment


Food processing equipment


Nuclear engineering

Jet Engine Parts


Specific weight 8.47g/cm³ 0.306 lb/in³
Melting point 1413°C 2575°F
Coefficient of expansion 13.3 μm/m °C (20 – 100°C) 7.4 x 10-6 in/in °F (70 – 212°F)
Stiffness coefficient 75.6 kN/mm² 10965 ksi
Coefficient of elasticity 206 kN/mm² 29878 ksi
Finished part heat treatment
Status Type Temperature Hours (Hr) Soğutma
°C °F
Annealed or spring tempering Annealed or spring tempering 460 860 1 Air
Status ~ Tensile strength ~ Working temperature
N/mm² ksi °C °F
600 – 850 87 – 123 -200 to +1000 -330 to +1830
Spring Access 900 – 1450 131 – 210 -200 to +1000 -330 to +1830



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