Incoloy™ 925

General Characteristics of Incoloy™ 925

Incoloy™ 925 offers exceptional strength up to 1000°F (538°C). It’s a nickel-iron-chromium, age-hardenable alloy ideal for applications that require resistance to corrosion and pitting. Machinable and weldable, Incoloy™ 925 can be not and cold worked.

Chemical Composition of Incoloy™ 925

  • Nickel 42
  • Chromium 21
  • Molybdenum 3
  • Copper 2.2
  • Titanium 2.1
  • Aluminum 0.3
  • Carbon 0.02
  • Iron 32

Heat Treatment of Incoloy™ 925

  • Anneal by holding at 1800°F (982°C) for ½ to 1 hour, then rapidly cool (air cool small sections, water quench others)
  • Aging
    • Heat to 1400°F (760°C)
    • Hold at temperature 8 hours
    • Furnace cool at 100°F (38°C) per hour
    • Hold at 1150°F (621°C) for 8 hours
    • Air cool

Applications of Incoloy™ 925

  • Oil industry, including tool joints, tubular products, and parts for intermediate sour-gas wells
  • Fasteners
  • Pump and marine shafting
  • Strong, seamless piping and tubing

Machinability of Incoloy™ 925

  • Perform on hot-worked metal suggested to provide best finish while conserving machining

Workability of Incoloy™ 925

    • Hot working
      • Similar to Incoloy 825 up to 2000°F (1093°C) – higher temperatures produce a stronger, less-ductile metal
      • 1600° to 2150°F (871°  to 1177°C) hot working range
      • Perform final hot working from 1600° to 1800°F (871° to 982°C) for top mechanical properties and best corrosion resistance
    • Cold working
      • Higher work-hardening rate than Incoloy 82

To Send a Request for Quote, please Click Here, call 973.276.5000, or fax (973) 276 – 5050