IN713C is a nickel base precipitation hardening equiaxed grain casting superalloy γ The phase is precipitation hardening phase, and the service temperature is below 900 ℃.
Chemical Composition, %
Typical Physical and Mechanical Properties (RT, Solution Annealed)
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Available Products and Specifications
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The alloy has high creep strength, cold and hot fatigue resistance and oxidation resistance. The alloy has simple composition, no cobalt element and low density. It is usually used in as cast state.
The alloy is widely used to make working blades, guide vanes and integrally cast turbines of aviation, ground and marine gas turbines, integrally cast turbine rotors and guides of space bomb engines, as well as turbocharged turbines and hot extrusion molds of diesel and gasoline engines.