Inconel 602CA (UNS N06025 / W.Nr. 2.4633)

Inconel 602CA (UNS N06025 / W.Nr. 2.4633) is the most oxidation resistant/high strength nickel alloy available. It is capable of extreme temperature use up to and beyond 2200°F (1200°C). For thermal processing applications where minimal product contamination is necessary, the oxidation/scaling resistance of Alloy 602 CA is extremely desirable. A high chromium content, along with aluminum and yttrium additions, allows the alloy to develop a tightly adhering oxide scale.

Equivalent Grades

TrademarkGBGOSTASTMUNSDINW.Nr.NFBSJISSS
Inconel 602CA
RA 602CA
Nicrofer 6025 HT
Inconel 602CAN06025NiCr25FeAlY2.4851

Chemical Composition, %

AlloyCSiMnPSCrNiAlTiCuYZrFe
Inconel 602CA0.15-0.25≤0.50≤0.50≤0.020≤0.01024.0-26.0Bal1.8-2.40.1-0.2≤0.100.05-0.120.01-0.108.0-11.0

Typical Physical and Mechanical Properties (RT, Annealed)

Density, g/cm3Melting Point, ℃Tensile Strength, MPaYield Strength, MPaELongation, %Hardness, HRB
7.931340-140067527035/

Available Products and Specifications

Rod, Bar, Wire and ForgingsASTM B166/ASME SB166(Rod, Bar, Wire), DIN 17752(Bar)/17753(Wire)/17754(Forgings), EN10095(Plate, Sheet, Strip, Bars, Rods, Sections), ISO 9723(Bar)/9724(Wire)/9725(Forgings)
Plate, Sheet and StripASTM B168/ASME SB168(Plate, Sheet, Strip), DIN 17750(Strip, Sheet), EN10095(Plate, Sheet, Strip, Bars, Rods, Sections), ISO 6208(Plate, Sheet, Strip)
Pipe and TubeASTM B167/ASME SB167, ASTM B751/ASME SB751, ASTM B775/ASME SB775, ASTM B829/ASME SB829, DIN 17751, ISO 6207
Welding ProductAWS A5.14/ERNiCrFe-12
OthersASTM B366/ASME SB366, DIN17742, ISO4955A

Features

  • Excellent high-temperature creep behavior values
  • Outstanding resistance to oxidation at high temperatures, even under cyclical conditions
  • Very good corrosion resistance in carburizing and oxidizing / chlorinating media
  • Approval for pressure containers with operating temperatures from -10 to 1,150 °C (14 to 2,102 °F) accordingto VdTÜV material data sheet 540 and up to 1,650 °F (899 °C) according to ASME Code Section I as well as up to 1,800 °F (982 °C) for applications according to section VIII Div. I.

Applications

  • Radiant tubes
  • Furnace muffles
  • Rotary and shaft furnaces
  • Kiln rollers and other furnace installations
  • Glass pot for melting radioactive waste
  • Methanol and ammonia synthesis
  • Hydrogen production
  • Reformers in the chemical and petrochemical industries
  • Components in automotive exhaust systems
  • Glow plugs for diesel engines