Category: Alloy 718

Alloy 718 - Broder Metals Group

Alloy 718 – What is it? – Alloy 718 to ASTM B637

Alloy 718 – What is it? UNS N07718 (Alloy 718) is often seen as the workhorse of the nickel-chromium alloy range, with many applications in Aerospace, General Engineering and the Oil & Gas industry.  The grade is one of a type that is precipitation-hardenable, and which, with its addition of niobium, molybdenum, aluminium and titanium,

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Uns N07718 (alloy 718) - Broder Metals Group

Alloy 718 – What Is It? Alloy 718 To AMS5663

UNS N07718 (Alloy 718) is often seen as the workhorse of the nickel-chromium alloy range, with many applications in Aerospace, General Engineering and the Oil & Gas industry. The grade is one of a type that is precipitation-hardenable, and which, with its addition of niobium, molybdenum, aluminium and titanium, provides a metal that is relatively

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Alloy 718 – What Is It? Alloy 718 To AMS5662

Alloy 718 – What Is It? Alloy 718 To AMS5662

UNS N07718 (Alloy 718) is often seen as the workhorse of the nickel-chromium alloy range, with many applications in Aerospace, General Engineering and the Oil & Gas industry. The grade is one of a type that is precipitation-hardenable, and which, with its addition of niobium, molybdenum, aluminium and titanium, provides a metal that is relatively

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Alloy 718 – What Is It?

Alloy 718 – What Is It? Alloy 718 To API 6A CRA

UNS N07718 (Alloy 718) is often seen as the workhorse of the Oil & Gas nickel-chromium alloy range, but also has numerous applications in Aerospace and General Engineering. The grade is one of a type that is precipitation-hardenable, and which, with its addition of niobium, molybdenum, aluminium and titanium, provides a metal that is relatively

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NickelInconel Alloy 718: Properties And Applications

Nickel Alloy 718: Properties And Applications

UNS N07718 (also known by the Special Metals Corporation trademark Inconel 718) is a high-strength, corrosion resistant nickel-chromium alloy which can be used in the temperature range -250°C  (-420°F) to 700°C (1300°F). It can be easily fabricated to produce complex components, while its resistance to post-weld cracking makes alloy 718 a popular choice for a

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Comparison UNS R30035 vs Alloy 718

Comparison MP35N vs Alloy 718

UNS R30035 MP35N / ATI 35N & UNS N07718 Alloy 718 are often seen as competing alloys, although the reality is that the choice between which to use is not a simplistic one versus the other.  Each has specific properties that make it ideal for particular applications. This article will consider the strengths of each alloy.

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AMS 5662 and AMS 5663 – Does Size Matter?

Broder Metals Group stock Alloy 718 to meet AMS standards 5662 (solution annealed condition) and 5663 (solution annealed and aged condition) in sizes from 1” (25.4 mm) to 7” (177.8 mm) (and up to 305 mm (12”) for API material).  One question is what difference one should expect in properties in such a large size

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