Alloy 617 (UNS N06617) is a solid-solution, nickel-chromium-cobalt-molydenum alloy with an exceptional combination of high-temperature strength and oxidation resistance. The alloy also has excellent resistance to a wide range of corrosive environment, and it is readily formed and welded by conventional techniques.
The high nickel and chromium contents make the alloy resistant to a variety of both reducing and oxidizing media. The aluminum, in conjunction with the chromium, provides oxidation resistance at high temperatures. Solid-solution strengthening is imparted by the cobalt and molydenum.
The combination of high strength and oxidation resistance at temperatures over 980°C makes Alloy 617 an attractive material for such components as ducting, combustion cans, and transition liner in both aircraft, and land based gas turbines. Because of its resistance to high-temperature corrosion, the alloy is used for catalyst-grid supports in the production of nitric acid, for heat-treating baskets, and for reduction boats in the refining of molybdenum. Alloy 617 also offers attractive properties for components of power-generating plants, both fossil-fueled and nuclear. This alloy is also know as Inconel® 617, Chronin® 617, Altemp® 617, Nickelvac® 617 and Nicrofer 5520 Co. Alloy 617 is available at CHUN & VOLLERIN in these formats: Bars, Plates, Pipes, Stripes.
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