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How are Inconel 625 flanges manufactured?

Forging, machining, and welding are just a few of the procedures used to make Inconel 625 flanges. In order to create alloy 625 flanges, the alloy is normally first melted in a furnace, then the molten metal is cast into a mold. The finished item is subsequently created by forging, machining, and heat-treating the castings.

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inconel 625 flanges

What is the typical hardness of DIN 2.4856 Threaded Flanges?

DIN 2.4856 is the European standard for Inconel 625. The typical hardness of DIN 2.4856 threaded flanges depends on the heat treatment and the final application. In the annealed condition, the hardness of Inconel 625 is typically between 85-170 HRB (Rockwell B scale). After heat treatment, the hardness can reach up to 248 HB (Brinell hardness).

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Inconel 625 flanges

Inconel 625 flanges

Nickel 625 weld neck flange

Nickel 625 weld neck flange

DIN 2.4856 Threaded Flanges

DIN 2.4856 Threaded Flanges

How are Inconel 625 Blind Flanges tested for quality and performance?

Inconel 625 Blind Flanges undergo several testing procedures to ensure their quality and performance.

These tests could involve visual inspection, dimensional inspection, hydrostatic testing, pneumatic testing, and non-destructive testing (NDT), which includes radiographic testing, ultrasonic testing, magnetic particle testing, and liquid penetrant testing. These tests are performed to make sure the flanges meet the necessary requirements and norms.

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Inconel 625 flanges Specification

Inconel 625 flanges specification

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Nickel 625 weld neck flange types

Inconel 625 forged flange

Inconel 625 forged flange

  • Cold Water Finish
  • Spiral Serrated
  • Concentric Serrated

Nickel 625 rtj flange

Nickel 625 rtj flange

  • Class 900
  • Class 1500
  • Class 2500

DIN 2.4856 socket weld flange

DIN 2.4856 socket weld flange

  • ASME B16.5
  • ANSI B16.5
  • ASME B16.47
  • ANSI B16.47

Alloy 625 slip on flange

Alloy 625 slip on flange

  • Cl 150
  • Cl 300
  • Cl 600

Inconel Alloy 625 weld neck flange

Inconel Alloy 625 weld neck flange

  • WNRF
  • Weld neck raised face

Inconel 625  blind flange

Inconel 625 blind flange

  • Size range: 1/2 to 24 inch
Our Nickel Alloy 625 Spectacle Blind Flanges are specially engineered to meet the demands of marine applications.

DIN 2.4856 threaded flanges chemcial and mechanical properties

inconel 625 flanges material properties

Inconel 625 flanges weight chart

inconel 625 flanges weight chart

What are the advantages of using Alloy 625 Flanges over other materials?

The given flanges including Inconel 625 Lap Joint Flanges offer several advantages over other materials in high-temperature and corrosive environments. The alloy is highly resistant to corrosion and can withstand a wide range of environments, including acidic and alkaline solutions, seawater, and high-temperature steam.

The outstanding mechanical strength, high temperature resistance, and fatigue resistance of Inconel 625 further qualify it for usage in high-stress applications.

What are the different surface finishes available for Nickel 625 flanges?

Nickel 625 weld neck flange can be supplied with various surface finishes, including plain, polished, and coated finishes. The choice of surface finish depends on the application and the environment in which the flange will be used.

For example, a polished finish may be required in food processing or pharmaceutical industries to prevent bacterial growth, while a coated finish may be used to enhance corrosion resistance.

What are the different types of Inconel 625 flange connections available?

There are several types of Inconel 625 flange connections including Nickel Alloy 625 Spectacle Blind Flanges available, including weld neck, slip-on, threaded, lap joint, socket weld, and blind flanges. The choice of flange connection depends on the application and the piping system requirements.

For instance, weld neck flanges are typically used in high-pressure and high-temperature applications, whereas slip-on flanges are frequently used in low-pressure use cases. Thread flanges are used in low-pressure, low-temperature uses where welding is not permitted.