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Inconel springs - used in extreme environments

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The Inconel alloy is a combination Nickel-Chromium based superalloys.

Coiling Technologies specializes in the manufacturing of Inconel springs, which are widely used in extreme environments where tremendous heat and corrosion resistance is paramount to the integrity of the end product. We are ISO 9001 Certified and have over 6 decades of combined experience in designing and manufacturing Inconel springs for nearly any application. With the help of our experienced engineers and state of the art machinery, we can deliver the ideal Inconel spring to your specs in specialty materials such as Inconel X-750, 718, and other nickel alloys

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Inconel 600 Spring Manufacturer

Coiling Technologies can produce Inconel 600 springs for a variety of industries and applications. Inconel 600 is one of the most common materials we use at Coiling Technologies for the energy and chemical processing industrial sectors.

Inconel 600 Spring Features & Benefits

Inconel 600 is a Nickel-Chromium-Iron alloy with good corrosion and oxidation resistance, high strength at high temperatures and is resistant to chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking due to the high nickel content. It is resistant to chemical attack by inorganic and organic compounds. The material performs very well in cryogenic environments maintaining good ductility at temperatures below -300 F. It maintains up to 80% of its tensile strength at temperatures approaching 800 F (425 C) and 70% of its tensile at 1100 F (590 C). In the annealed state the material is capable to operate in temperatures approaching 1800 F (980 C).

Inconel 600 Spring Types