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Inconel® 925 Nickel Bar - UNS N09925


Inconel® 925 is an age hardenable nickel-iron-chromium alloy designed to provide a combination of high strength and good corrosion resistance.  Inconel® 925 nickel bar provides excellent resistance to stress-corrosion cracking, pitting and crevice corrosion in both oxidizing and reducing environments.

Standard Inventory Specifications

  • UNS N09925
  • NACE MR0175
  • API 6A
  • 110 MYS

Common Trade Names

  • Inconel® 925, Incoly 925, Nickelvac 925, Carpenter Alloy 925 

Industry Applications

  • Oil & Gas
  • Valves
  • Hangers
  • Tool Joints
  • Fasteners
  • Shafting
  • High Strength Piping Systems

Typical stock removal rates:

  • 40-50 ft/min with high speed steel in the annealed condition
  • 15-20 ft/min with high speed steel in the aged condition
  • 175-200 ft/min with carbide tools in the annealed condition

Density  - 0.292 lb/cubic inch

Inventory Size Range

  • Bar : 1.750" - 10.000"

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

 

Chemical Composition of Inconel® 925

Element

Percent By Weight

Carbon

0.03% max        

Molybdenum

2.50-3.50%

Silicon

0.50% max        

Manganese

1.00% max

Nickel

42.0-46.0% 

Titanium

1.90-2.40%

Chromium

19.5-23.5%

Copper

1.50-3.00% max

Aluminum

0.10-0.50% 

Columbium

0.50% max

Copper

1.50-3.00% max

Aluminum

0.10-0.50%

Columbium

0.50% max

Iron

22.0% min

Physical Properties

  • Because the Inconel® 925 offers excellent corrosion resistance in both oxidizing and reducing environments, the gtrade has proven useful in many “sour” applications in oil and natural gas applications. 

Machanical Properties of Inconel®  925

  • Inconel® 925 may be machined in either the solution annealed or aged condition.  Best results are often obtained by rough machining in the solution annealed condition and finishing after heat treatment.  Cemented carbides generally produce the highest cutting rates and are 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.

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