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Inconel® 901 Nickel Bar - AMS 5660, 5661


Inconel® 901 bar is a chromium-nickel-iron base, age hardenable superalloy designed for high strength and corrosion resistance at elevated temperatures.  It is hardened by precipitation of nickel, titanium and aluminum compounds.  Typical applications for 901 bar include gas turbine engines, and high temperature bolting.

Standard Inventory Specifications:

  • UNS N90901
  • AMS 5660
  • AMS 5661
  • B50A305B
  • Werkstoff 2.4662
  • DIN 1.4898
  • AISI 681, 68

Common Trade Names

  • Inconel® 901
  • NIMONIC® 901
  • Alloy 901

Industry Applications

  • Power Generation
  • Discs
  • Rings
  • Shafts
  • Casings
  • Seals

Inventory Size Range

  • Bar : 3.250" - 8.125"

Standard Inventory Lengths: 10-12 feet rl's. 

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The technical data provided is for information only and not for design purposes. It is not warranted or guaranteed.

* INCONEL and INCOLOY are trademarks of the Special Metals Corporation group of companies

* NIMONIC is a trademark of the Special Metals Corporation group of companies.

Chemical Composition of  Inconel® 901

Element

Percent By Weight

Carbon

0.10% max        

Molybdenum

6.0%

Silicon

0.60% max        

Manganese

1.00% max

Nickel

43.0%

Titanium

2.9%

Chromium

12.5%

Cobalt

1.0% max

Aluminum

0.35% max            

Boron

0.010/0.020%

Iron

Balance

Physical Properties of Inconel® 901

  • 901 bar is non-magnetic, and generally offers high strength up to 1400 F, and oxidation resistance up to 1600 F.
  • Density – 0.297 lb/cubic inch

 

Machanical Properties of Inconel® 901

  • 901 bar is to ordered to AMS 5660 is supplied either solution annealed or solution annealed and aged, and may be machined in either condition.  Good results are often obtained by rough machining in the solution annealed condition and finishing after heat treatment.  Carbide tooling generally produces the highest cutting rates and is recommended for most turning operations involving uninterrupted cuts.  High speed steel tools may be used for interrupted cuts, finishing to close tolerances and cutting with the least amount of cold work hardening.  Care must be taken to ensure that a positive cutting action is achieved at all times, otherwise glazing (work hardening) will occur which will inhibit further machining.

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