Welding wire Inconel® 718 TIG 2.4668 Nickel welding rods alloy 718 Ø2.4-3.2mm UNS N07718
Length tolerance +/-2mm
The material 2.4668 / Inconel 718 is one of the most widely used nickel-based superalloys. It consists of a combination of nickel-chromium-molybdenum elements. Inconel 718 also conforms to the UNS N07718 standard. This nickel-based superalloy, chemically open to NiCr19NbMo, has high corrosion resistance. This nickel alloy, which can be hardened by aging and retains its mechanical properties even at different temperatures, has a very high tensile strength. 2.4668 / Inconel 718 is a material with very high breaking strength. It is resistant to high temperatures and achieves a harder structure after aging and hardening.
The weldability is quite good. 2.4668 / Inconel 718, which is manufactured for use in very special locations and has very special technical properties, is widely used in the aerospace industry. It is used particularly in parts that come into contact with chemicals, marine, nuclear reactor parts, rocket engine parts, special storage tanks, valves, fittings and turbines. 2.4668 is a durable super alloy thanks to the elements niobium, aluminum and titanium it contains.
Properties of the material 2.4668:
- good mechanical properties at different temperatures
- excellent corrosion resistance
- high breaking strength and tensile strength
- good weldability
Main application of the material 2.4668:
- Aerospace Industry
- chemical industry
- nuclear industry
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|Manufacturing Country And Region:||Germany|
|manufacturer number||Not applicable|
|EN Material designation||NiCr19NbMo|
Chemical composition (in %):
|0.08% or less||50-55%||3.0%||0.6-1.2%||17.0-21.0%||rest||5.0%||0.3-0.7%|
Mechanical properties (room temperature):
|0.2% yield strength Rp - N/mm2||Tensile strength N/mm2||elongation A5 %||Modulus of elasticity kN/mm2|
Physical properties (room temperature):
|Density in g/cm3||Specific heat J/kg K||Thermal conductivity W/(mK)||Electrical resistance Ω mm2/m|