Inconel springs are useful in applications where other springs may fail. HSI produces industry-grade Inconel springs that are ideal for extreme environments, and mission-critical applications. These industrial springs are made from Inconel X-750 alloy. We source our materials from reputed dealers, which allows us to provide springs in the unmatched quality.
Inconel X-750 alloy is a nickel-chromium alloy, which exhibits excellent physical, as well as thermal properties. The springs manufactured from this alloy can withstand temperatures as high as 1300°F (704° C). The following technical data will help you understand composition, as well as properties of this alloy.
|Nickel + Cobalt||70% Minimum|
|Density||8.28 g/cm3||0.299 lb/in3|
|Modulus of rigidity||75.8 kN/mm2||10994 ksi|
|Co-Efficient of Expansion||12.6 μm/m.°C(20-100°C)||7.0×10-6 in/in.°F(70-212°F)|
|Electrical Resistivity||122 µΩ.cm||20.1 µΩ.in|
|Oxidation Resistance||982 oC||1800 oF|
Following are the key features of Inconel 750X alloy:
Alloy X-750 can be hardened by precipitation, which is why they are regularly used in high temperature applications such as:
We provide industry-grade compression springs, torsion springs, extension springs ( not suitable for extension springs that require initial tension), and wire forms made from Inconel X-750 alloy. Our inventory also features springs in other materials. We can provide these springs in specifications of your choice. To know more about our industry-grade Inconel springs, please contact us at the earliest. You can mail us your requirements for open wound compression springs at email@example.com.