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FarSoon Inconel 718

About The Materials 

IN718 is an extremely high strength superalloy used for long term service at high temperature and corrosive environment. With outstanding tensile, fatigue, creep and rupture strength combined with excellent oxidation resistance under elevated temperature making it a popular choice for a number of critical industries and applications, including gas turbine components, jet engines, liquid fueled rocket motors and more.

Materials Documentations

Nickel-based Alloys

Nickel-based alloy ideal for high-temperature applications in aerospace & energy sectors.


Key Features:

● Excellent oxidation resistance

● High tensile, fatigue, creep and rupture strength

● Good ductility


Example Applications:

● Turbine construction

● Aircraft engine engineering

● Chemical industry

● Energy industry


Nickel-based Alloys for additive manufacturing

Featuring many advanced characters including high tensile strength, heat and corrosion resistant, the nickel-based alloys are well suited for a wide range of high-temperature applications in key components manufacturing for aerospace and energy sectors. The nickel alloy family now offering material solutions of HX, IN718 and IN625 alloys, and validated processing parameters optimized and tested on Farsoon metal systems.

IN718

IN718 is an extremely high strength superalloy used for long term service at high temperature and corrosive environment. With outstanding tensile, fatigue, creep and rupture strength combined with excellent oxidation resistance under elevated temperature making it a popular choice for a number of critical industries and applications, including gas turbine components, jet engines, liquid fueled rocket motors and more.


General Properties

Density

8.18 g/cm³


Mechanical Properties (As built)

Tensile Strength

≥1060 MPa


Yield Strength

≥720 MPa


Elongation after Fracture

≥21 %


Vickers hardness

≥280 HV5/15


Mechanical Properties (Heat treated)

Tensile Strength

≥1400 MPa


Yield Strength

≥1120 MPa


Elongation after Fracture

≥12 %


Vickers hardness

≥410 HV5/15


应用

基本材料数据