Inconel 751 (UNS N07751)
Inconel 751 (UNS N07751) is a precipitation hardenable nickel-chromium alloy, used mainly for the exhaust valves of internal combustion engines. Its thermal properties correspond closely to those published for INCONEL alloy X-750.
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Chemical Composition, %
Typical Physical and Mechanical Properties (RT, Solution annealed)
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The alloy has essentially the same excellent physical, mechanical and corrosion-resistance properties as INCONEL alloy X-750.
In the evaluation of materials for exhaust valve applications, nickel-chromium alloys have performed well in a 1675°F (913°C) lead oxide screening test. INCONEL alloy 751 repeatedly offered good results, with corrosion rates averaging 4.31 g/dm2/h. Like other nickel-chromium alloys, INCONEL alloy 751 also resists attack by other exhaust stream impurities such as sulfur, bromine and chlorine.