Inconel 625 Sheet Plates
Siddhagiri Metals and Tubes is one of the leading exporter of Inconel 625 Sheets and Plates. An ISO 9001:2015 Certified company with more than 30 years of experience.
Other Names: ASTM B443 UNS N06625, Inconel Sheet, Inconel Plate, Inconel Sheet Plate, Inconel Coil, Inconel Foil, Inconel Strips, Inconel shim Sheet, Inconel Diamond Plate, Inconel Chequered Plate
Material: Inconel 625
Brand: Siddhagiri Metals and Tubes
Manufacturer: Siddhagiri Metals and Tubes
ASTM B443 UNS N06625 • Inconel Sheet • Inconel Plate • Inconel Alloy Sheet Plate • Inconel 625 Sheet · Inconel 625 Plate
Inconel 625 Sheet Plate is manufactured and exported by Siddhagiri Metals and Tubes. The materials conform to International standards and specifications. ASTM B443 UNS N06625 is available in a variety of sizes and dimensions. Our materials are highly corrosion resistant and cost effective. We have built a reputation for our work in many countries worldwide.
Sheet metal is metal formed by an industrial process into thin, flat pieces. It is one of the fundamental forms used in metalworking and it can be cut and bent into a variety of shapes. Countless everyday objects are fabricated from the metal sheet. Plate and sheet are words used to describe the classification of metal depending on its thickness. While sheet metal is less than 3 mm thick, plate metal is obviously thicker than 3 mm. Alloy Plate is used in heavy-duty applications such as those found in the aerospace, military and transportation product manufacturing. Aluminium plate, machined to shape, forms the skins of jets and spacecraft fuel tanks, etc. It is used for storage tanks in many industries, in part because some aluminium alloys become tougher at supercold temperatures. This property is especially useful in holding cryogenic (very-low-temperature) materials.
Inconel Plate is also used to manufacture structural sections for railcars and ships, as well as armour for military vehicles. In transportation, the metal sheets are used to manufacture panels for automobile bodies and tractor trailers. In building and construction, it is formed into products including siding, gutters, roofing, awnings and carports. Inconel Sheet Plates are further categorised in following forms:
Inconel Sheet: If a piece of metal has been rolled out to a thickness greater than that of a foil, but is still less than 6mm it is called sheet.
Inconel Shim Sheet: A shim is thin and often tapered or wedged piece of metal. Shim Sheet is used to fill small gaps or spaces between objects. Sheet Shims are typically used in order to support, adjust for better fit, or provide a level surface.
Inconel Rolled Sheet Coil: Sheet Coils are flat products wound into rolls and having a rectangular cross-section, the width of which is much larger than the thickness. Hot Rolled Sheet Coil is produced from semifinished products (slabs or billets), which are reduced to certain thicknesses by rolling and annealing and wound into a roll. Cold Rolled Sheet Coil is produced by removing rust from a hot-rolled sheet by "pickling" it in a weak acid solution, then washing, brushing, drying, oiling and unrolling the sheet and finally performing cold-rolling by passing the sheet through a reducing mill under pressure and winding it into a roll. Cold-rolled steel Coil is a more highly finished product and has a smoother surface, greater dimensional accuracy (thickness, width, length) and greater strength.
Inconel Rolled Sheet Strips: Sheet Strip is a flat product which, immediately after the final rolling pass or after pickling or continuous annealing is wound into laps so as to form a coil. Strip of Sheet as rolled has slightly convex edges, but it may also be supplied with sheared edges or slit from a wider strip. Wide Strip is a strip of a width 600 mm or over, Whereas, Narrow Strip is a strip of a width less than 600 mm.
Inconel Plate: Once the metal is more than 6mm thick it is known as plate metal. This type of material is used in circumstances whereby strength and durability are of the utmost importance.
Inconel Diamond Plate: Diamond plate, also known as a chequered plate, thread plate and floor plate, is a type of metal designed with a regular pattern of raised diamonds or lines on one side, with the reverse side being featureless. Diamond plate is usually stainless steel or alloy.
Siddhagiri Metals and Tubes offers Inconel Sheet and Inconel Plates in a wide range of dimensions. The size range of sheet plate available is 1000 mm x 2000 mm, 1220 mm x 2440 mm, 1500 mm x 3000 mm, 2000 mm x 2000 mm, 2000 mm x 4000 mm. We provide high-quality Inconel 625 plate and Inconel 625 sheet conforming to IS, BS, ASTM, UNS specifications for many applications including custom fabrication and construction projects. We are a reliable supplier of approved pipes, fittings and flanges as well as special items from European, Indian and Japanese origin, approved to Norsok M-650 for the oil and gas sector, shipyards and land-based industry. We have exported Sheet Plates in many countries namely South Africa, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia, Japan, Malaysia, Canada, Brazil, Chile, UK, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iran, Sweden, Turkey, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Norway, Omam, etc.
- Sheet Plate Specification: ASTM B443 UNS N06625, ASME SB443 UNS N06625 & EN 2.4856
- Size: 1000 mm x 2000 mm, 1220 mm x 2440 mm, 1500 mm x 3000 mm, 2000 mm x 2000 mm, 2000 mm x 4000 mm
- Thickness: 0.1mm to 12 mm Thk
- Type: Inconel 625 Sheet, Inconel 625 Plate, Inconel 625 Coil, Inconel 625 Flat
- Form: Hot Rolled, Cold Rolled, Perforated, chequered
- Finish:Mirror Finish, BA Finish, 2B Finish, No. 4 Finish
- Origin: Indian Origin, European Origin, Japanese Origin
- Testing and Documents: Mill Test Certificates, EN 10204 3.1, Chemical Reports, Mechanical Reports, Destructive Test Report, Non Destructive Test Reports, PMI Test Reports, Visual Inspection Reports, Third Party Inspection Reports, NABL Approved Lab Reports
- Packing: Packed in Wooden Boxes, Bubble wraps, Steel Strips Bundled, or as per Customers Requests
Inconel 625 Alloy Sheet Plate Sizes in Stock
|Inconel 625 Plate / Sheet / Flat / Coil||1250 mm x 2500 mm||0.1mm to 12 mm Thk||IS, BS, ASTM, UNS||Indian, European and Japanese origin|
|1000 mm x 2000 mm|
|1220 mm x 2440 mm (4' x 8')|
|1500 mm x 3000 mm|
|2000 mm x 2000 mm|
|2000 mm x 4000 mm|
Forms of ASTM B443 UNS N06625 in Stock
Inconel 625 Sheet ASTM B443 in 0.1mm to 12 mm Thk
ASTM B443 Inconel 625 Plate 0.1mm to 12 mm Thk
Inconel 625 Shim Sheet in 1250 mm x 2500 mm range
Inconel 625 Sheet Foil in 0.1mm to 12 mm Thk
ASTM B443 Inconel 625 Sheet Coil Supplier
Inconel 625 Sheet Strips manufacturer & exporter
Inconel 625 Diamond Plate in 0.1mm to 12 mm Thk
Inconel 625 Chequered Plate Supplier
C Mn Fe S Si Cr Ni Mo Co Al P Nb+Ta Ti - - - - - 20.000 58.000 8.000 - - - 3.150 - 0.100 0.500 5.000 0.015 0.500 23.000 - 10.000 1.000 0.400 0.015 4.150 0.400
(% in 50mm)
MIN 415 830 30.00 MAX 197
Density lb/cu in 0.305 gram/cc 8.44 Melting Range °F 2350 °C 1290 Specific Heat Btu/lb°F (J/kg°C) 0°F (-18°C) 0.096(402) 70°F (21°) 0.098(410) 200°F (93°C) 0.102(427) 400°F (204°C) 0.109(456) 600°F (316°C) 0.115(481) 800°F (427°C) 0.122(511) 1000°F (538°C) 0.128(536) 1200°F (649°C) 0.135(565) 1400°F (760°C) 0.141(590) 1600°F (871°C) 0.148(620) 1800°F (982°C) 0.154(645) 2000°F (1093°C) 0.160(670) Permeability at 200 Oersted (15.9 kA/m) 1.0006 Curie Temperature °F <-320 °C -196
Properties of Inconel 625 alloy
Inconel 625 Cold Forming
Inconel 625 can be cold formed by standard methods. When the material becomes too stiff from cold working, ductility can be restored by process anneal.
Inconel 625 Hot Forming
Hot working may done at 2100°F (1149°C) maximum furnace temperature. Care should be exercised to avoid frictional heat build-up which can result in overheating, exceeding 2100°F (1149°C). Inconel 625 becomes very stiff at temperatures below 1850°F (1010°C). Work pieces that fall below this temperature should be reheated. Uniform reductions are recommended to avoid the formation of a duplex grain structure. Approximately 15/20% reduction is recommended for finishing.
Inconel 625 Machining
Inconel 625 should preferably be machined in the annealed condition. Since Inconel Alloy 625 is prone to work hardening, only low cutting speeds should be used and the cutting tool should be engaged at all times. Adequate cut depth is necessary to assure avoiding contact with the previously formed work-hardened zone.
Inconel 625 Welding
Inconel 625 can be readily welded by conventional processes used for austenitic stainless steel, including fusion and resistance methods. The material should be in the mill annealed condition and thoroughly descaled and cleaned before welding. Preheating is not required and post-weld treatment is not needed to maintain or restore corrosion resistance.
Inconel 625 Heat Treatment
Hot- or cold-formed parts are usually annealed at 1700°-1900°F for times commensurate with thickness; higher temperatures may be used to soften material for additional cold work. Inconel alloy 625 is solution-treated at 2000°-2200°F. These temperatures are metal temperatures based on batch operations and may not apply to continuous annealing, which normally consists of short exposure in the hot zone of a furnace set at higher temperatures. The rate of cooling after heating has no significant effect on Inconel alloy 625.
Services We Offer
Documentation is a very important part of the products we supply, and we work continuously to enhance the efficiency of the document-handling process without compromising quality of the product. Documents provided along with the shipment include Certificate of Origin, Material Test Certificate as per EN 10204 3.1 and 10204 3.2, NACE MR10103 and NACE MR0175 certified Test Certificates.
Inconel Plate Sheets are manufactured and controlled to international standards such as ASTM, ASME, BS, MSS, EN, DIN or WERKSTOFFE. Our products undergo stringent quality tests before they are dispatched.
PMI Testing, Ultrasonic Test, Mechanical Testing, Spectro Tests for Chemical Analysis of the grade, Flaring Test, IGC, etc. are some of the tests conducted at our facility. We welcome stage wise inspection from any of your representative or third party inspection agencies.
Packing and Delivery
The product is wrapped and packed in wooden crates or carton boxes. Our primary goal is to deliver quality products in time, no matter where the client is located.