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Inconel 625 Pipe Fittings

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Sizes in Stock
Alloy 625 Seamless Fittings: 1/2" - 10″
UNS N06625 Welded Fittings: 1/2" - 48"
European & American Standard: ASTM B366, ASME SB 366, UNS N06625, WNR 2.4856
Manufacturing Standard:ANSI B16.9, ANSI B16.28, DIN 2605, EN10253-1, MSS-SP-43, DIN 2617, DIN 2616, DIN 28011, DIN 2615, EN10253-2
Bending Radius : 2D, 8D, 3D, 1D, 10D, 6D, 5D or Custom
Types: Reducer, Tee, Elbow, Cap, Stub End etc.
Bending Angle : 90°, 30°, 60°, 22.5°, 45° or Custom
Delivery Time:
Saudi Arabia- 7-8 Days
Qatar: 7-8 Days
MTC Certificate: EN 10204 3.1 and 3.2
Special Test:
Grain Size, Ferrite, IGC, SSC, HIC,

Alloy 625 Elbow and Cap manufacturer in India

Inconel 625 Pipe Fittings


Manufacturing Alloy 625 butt welded tee and Reducers comply with NACE MR01-75 standard

Inconel 625 Pipe Fittings Specification

Nickel Alloy 625 Buttweld Fittings Sizes

Nickel Alloy 625 Buttweld Fittings

  • Welded Butt Weld Fittings:1/2" - 48"
  • Seamless Butt Weld Fittings:1/2" - 10″
  • Standards: ASME B16.28, ANSI B16.9, MSS-SP-43
  • Schedule :SCH 10 To SCH 160
International Standards

International Standards

  • ASTM B366 | ASME SB 366
  • UNS:N06625
  • WNR:2.4856
  • Trade name: Nickel 625, Alloy 625, Chornin 625
Regarding Inconel 625 Pipe Fittings

Regarding Inconel 625 Pipe Fittings

  • Density: 8.44 g/cm³
  • Melting Point: 1290-1350°C
  • Temprature Range: 2000 F - 1093 C
  • Life Span: 50 years
Beneficial Data

Beneficial Data

  • Types : Cap, Tee, Elbow, Reducer etc.
  • Process : Buttweld , SMLS, Welded,
  • Manufacturing Size : 1/2" – 24"
  • Technique: Hot forming, Mandrel
Inconel 625 Pipe Fittings Meet the Requirements

Inconel 625 Pipe Fittings Meet the Requirements

  • ISO 15156
  • NACE TM-0284
  • MTC EN 10204-3.1
  • NACE MR0175
  • NACE MR0103
Nickel 625 Welded Fittings Bending Method

Nickel 625 Welded Fittings Bending Method

  • Ram-Type Bending
  • Mandrel Bending
  • Rotary Draw Bending
  • Hot Induction Bending
  • Roll Bending
Nickel Alloy 625 Elbow Bend Angle & Radius

Nickel Alloy 625 Elbow Bend Angle & Radius

  • Bend angle: 15°, 22.5°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, 135°, and 180°
  • Bend radius: 3D, 4D, 5D, 6D, 8D, and 10D
Inconel alloy 625 buttweld fitting schedule chart

Inconel alloy 625 buttweld fitting schedule chart

  • SCH 10- SCH-160
  • STD, XH
ASTM B366 N06625 Pipe Fittings Bending Method

ASTM B366 N06625 Pipe Fittings Bending Method

  • Ram-Type Bending
  • Mandrel Bending
  • Rotary Draw Bending
  • Hot Induction Bending
  • Roll Bending
ASME SB 366 N06625 Welded Fittings Marking

ASME SB 366 N06625 Welded Fittings Marking

  • Product Form (Elbow / Tee / Reducer etc.)
  • Schedule (Sch 40 / SCH XXs)
  • Grade
  • Heat No.
  • Manufacturer’s name and logo
2.4856 Inconel 625 Buttweld Fittings 7 Manufacturing Forms

2.4856 Inconel 625 Buttweld Fittings 7 Manufacturing Forms

  • Inconel alloy 625 cap
  • Nickel 625 stub end
  • 625 Inconel elbow
  • Werkstoff nr 2.4856 tee
  • ASTM B366 N06625 reducer
  • 625 nickel alloy pipe bend
  • Inconel 625 nickel cross
625 Alloy Pipe Fittings Testing & Inspection

625 Alloy Pipe Fittings Testing & Inspection

  • HIC tested, Ultrasonic test
  • Positive Material Identification (PMI)
  • 100% Radiography Tested
  • Magnetic Particle Examination
  • Grain Size
  • Ferrite
  • IGC, SSC, HIC

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Inconel 625 pipe fittings


Forms of Inconel 625 Pipe Fittings

In Stock ASTM B366 Grade WPNCMC Collar Pipe Fittings

ASTM B366 Grade WPNCMC Collar Pipe Fittings

In Stock Inconel Alloy 625 Coupling

Inconel Alloy 625 Coupling

In Stock ASTM B366 UNS N06625 Long Radius Return Bends

ASTM B366 UNS N06625 Long Radius Return Bends

In Stock B366 WPNCMC Short Radius Return Bends

B366 WPNCMC Short Radius Return Bends

In Stock ASTM B366 Gr.WPNCMC Reducing Elbow Pipe Fittings

ASTM B366 Gr.WPNCMC Reducing Elbow Pipe Fittings

In Stock ASTM B366 Grade WPNCMC Pipe Caps

ASTM B366 Grade WPNCMC Pipe Caps

In Stock 625 Nickel Alloy Stub Ends

625 Nickel Alloy Stub Ends

In Stock Inconel 625 Nickel Alloy Pipe Fitting Nipple

Inconel 625 Nickel Alloy Pipe Fitting Nipple

In Stock UNS N06625 Inconel 625 Equal Tee

UNS N06625 Inconel 625 Equal Tee

In Stock Inconel 625 grade 1 Unequal Tee

Inconel 625 grade 1 Unequal Tee

In Stock 2.4856 Inconel 625 Cross

2.4856 Inconel 625 Cross

 

In Stock ASME SB 366 N06625 Concentric and Eccentric Reducer

ASME SB 366 N06625 Concentric and Eccentric Reducer

In Stock Inconel 625 Long Radius Pipe Elbows

Inconel 625 Long Radius Pipe Elbows

In Stock Nickel 625 Short Radius Pipe Elbows

Nickel 625 Short Radius Pipe Elbows


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Nickel Alloy 625 Buttweld Fittings Sizes in Stock

Forms of Pipe Fttings Pipe Fitting Size Range Dimension Standards Schedules of Butt weld fittings
Seamless Pipe Fittings Welded Pipe Fittings
Inconel Return Bends 1/8” NB to 8" NB ASME B16.9, ANSI B16.9, ASME B16.28, ANSI B16.28, ANSI B16.25, MS SP 75 SCH 5, SCH 5S, SCH 10, SCH 10S, SCH 20, SCH 30, SCH 40S, SCH 40, SCH STD, SCH 60, SCH 80s, SCH 100, SCH 120, SCH XS, SCH XXS, SCH 160, upto 50mm in case of Welded Fittings
Tees 1/8” NB to 24" NB Upto 42" NB
Reducers 1/8” NB to 24" NB Upto 42" NB
End Caps 1/8” NB to 24" NB Upto 42" NB
Swage Nipple 2 1/16” to 30”
Elbows — 45, 90 & 180 Degree 1/8” NB to 24" NB Upto 42" NB
Cross 1/8” NB to 8" NB

HS Code of Alloy 625 Pipe Fittings

Grade HS Code
Inconel 625 Pipe Fittings 75071200

Supplier of Inconel 625 buttweld fittings as per MSS-SP43/ ASME B16.9 standard, Refer Properties

Nickel 625 Welded Fittings Chemical Composition

  • Chemical Properties
  • Mechanical Properties
  • Physical Properties
  • 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
  • Yield Strength
    0.2% Proof
    (MPa)
    Tensile strength
    (MPa)
    Elongation
    (% in 50mm)
    Hardness
    (HV)
    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.


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