- 188, 230
- 600, 601, 617, 625, 690
- 706, 713C, 718, X-750, 751, 792
- 800, H, HT, 825
- 907, 909, 925, 939, MA-956, Etc
- Round Bar, Flat Bar, Hex Bar, Square Bar
- Sheet, Plate, Coil
- Pipes, Tubes
- Angle / Channel
- Forged Fittings
- Buttweld Fittings
- Valve, Etc
Although Inconel and Incoloy belong to the same family of superalloys, each possesses its own distinct properties, as well as sharing others. Also known as high-performance alloys, the superalloys in general provide high resistance to corrosion and oxidation, as well as mechanical strength at elevated temperatures.
The most fundamental of difference between them lies in their composition. Inconel, predominantly of nickel-chrome, generally contains over 50% nickel, whereas Incoloyl, a nickel-iron-chromium alloy, has less than 50% nickel content.