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Inconel Crucibles - Low Form - 15 mL to 1500 mL
Inconel Crucibles - Low Form - 15 mL to 1500 mL

Inconel Crucibles - Low Form - 15 mL to 1500 mL

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Regular price $61.30

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    An Economical Substitute for Platinum in many High Temperature Environments

    Inconel alloy 601 has excellent resistance to oxidation in the 1000°C to 1200°C temperature range and also has good corrosion resistance to many acid and aqueous salt solutions. This high resistance to oxidation, carburization or sulfidation makes Inconel alloy 601 well suited for determining moisture, volatiles, fix-carbon and ash in most coal and coke products, or wood pulp or fiber. The alloy is well suited for use with sodium hydroxide solutions and exhibits good resistance to nitric acid and low concentrations of phosphoric acid. It is also unaffected by rapid changes from hot to cold and retains its mechanical strength at elevated temperatures. Strong alkaline or oxidizing fusions are not recommended with Inconel alloy 601.

    Inconel alloy 601 crucibles may be your answer to high-temperature applications requiring resistance to oxidation and spalling where platinum has traditionally been relied up.

      Inconel Crucibles - Low Form - 15 mL to 1500 mL

     Please contact us for 1000 mL and 1500 mL pricing

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    Inconel® nickel-chromium-iron alloy 601 is a general purpose engineering for applications that require resistance to heat and corrosion. Inconel® alloy 601 has excellent resistance to oxidation in the 1000° to 1200° C temperature range and also has good corrosion resistance to many acid and aqueous salt solutions.

    The properties of Inconel® alloy 601 make it a material of broad utility in such fields as thermal processing, chemical processing, pollution control, aerospace, and power generation. It has been used for crucibles, baskets, trays and fixtures for annealing, carburizing, carbonitriding, nitriding and other heat-treating operations. Industrial furnace applications include radiant tubes, mufflers, retorts, flame shields, burner nozzles and electrical resistance heating elements. In the pollution-control industry it is used for combustion chambers in solid waste incinerators. The alloy is also used for jet engine igniters and containment rings in gas turbines for aircraft.

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    Corrosion Resistance Table

    Laboratory Tests at 176F° (80C°)
       
    Corrosion Rate
    Environment
    Test Duration, days
    mpy*
    mm/yr

    Acetic Acid (10%) 7 <0.1
    <0.002
    Acetic Acid (10%)+      
    -Sodium Chloride (0.5%) 30 2.18**
    0.554
    Acetic Acid (10%)+      
    -Sulfuric Acid (0.5%) 7 45.7**
    1.161
    Alum (5%) 7 28.6**
    0.726
    Aluminum Sulfate (5%) 7 <0.1
    <0.002
    Ammonium Chloride (5%)*** 30 0.1
    0.002
    Ammonium Hydroxide (5%) 7 Nil
    Nil
    Ammonium Hydroxide (10%) 7 Nil
    Nil
    Ammonium Sulfate (5%) 7 0.1
    0.002
    Barium Chloride (10%)*** 30 0.1
    0.002
    Calcium Chloride (5%)*** 30 0.1
    0.002
    Chromic Acid (5%) 7 3.6**
    0.091
    Citric Acid (10%) 7 <0.1
    <0.002
    Copper Sulfate (10%) 7 Nil
    Nil
    Ferric Chloride (5%)*** 7 354**
    8.99
    Ferrous Ammonium      
    -Sulfate (5%) 7 Nil
    Nil
    Lactic Acid (10%) 7 36.4
    0.925
    Methanol 7 Nil
    Nil
    Oxalic Acid (5%) 7 23.8**
    0.605
    Oxalic Acid (10%) 7 52.2**
    1.326
    Potassium Ferricyanide (5%) 7 Nil
    Nil
    Sodium Bisulfite (5%) 7 <0.1
    <0.002
    Sodium Carbonate (5%) 7 Nil
    Nil
    Sodium Chloride (10%)*** 30 0.2
    0.005
    Sodium Chloride (20%)*** 30 0.3
    0.008
    Sodium Hypochlorite (1%)*** 7 3.5**
    0.089
    Sodium Hypochlorite (5%)*** 7 <6.9**
    0.175
    Sodium Sulfate (5%) 7 Nil
    Nil
    Sodium Sulfate (10%) 7 <0.1
    <0.002
    Sulfurous Acid (6%)*** 7 56.2**
    1.427
    Tartaric Acid (20%) 7 21.8
    0.554
    Zinc Chloride (10%) 7 0.1
    0.002


    *Mils penetration per year

    **Average of two tests

    ***Environment caused pitting attack

    *This table has been created with the best current knowledge. No legal claim can be derived from this information. *

An Economical Substitute for Platinum in many High Temperature Environments

Inconel alloy 601 has excellent resistance to oxidation in the 1000°C to 1200°C temperature range and also has good corrosion resistance to many acid and aqueous salt solutions. This high resistance to oxidation, carburization or sulfidation makes Inconel alloy 601 well suited for determining moisture, volatiles, fix-carbon and ash in most coal and coke products, or wood pulp or fiber. The alloy is well suited for use with sodium hydroxide solutions and exhibits good resistance to nitric acid and low concentrations of phosphoric acid. It is also unaffected by rapid changes from hot to cold and retains its mechanical strength at elevated temperatures. Strong alkaline or oxidizing fusions are not recommended with Inconel alloy 601.

Inconel alloy 601 crucibles may be your answer to high-temperature applications requiring resistance to oxidation and spalling where platinum has traditionally been relied up.

  Inconel Crucibles - Low Form - 15 mL to 1500 mL

 Please contact us for 1000 mL and 1500 mL pricing

Inconel® nickel-chromium-iron alloy 601 is a general purpose engineering for applications that require resistance to heat and corrosion. Inconel® alloy 601 has excellent resistance to oxidation in the 1000° to 1200° C temperature range and also has good corrosion resistance to many acid and aqueous salt solutions.

The properties of Inconel® alloy 601 make it a material of broad utility in such fields as thermal processing, chemical processing, pollution control, aerospace, and power generation. It has been used for crucibles, baskets, trays and fixtures for annealing, carburizing, carbonitriding, nitriding and other heat-treating operations. Industrial furnace applications include radiant tubes, mufflers, retorts, flame shields, burner nozzles and electrical resistance heating elements. In the pollution-control industry it is used for combustion chambers in solid waste incinerators. The alloy is also used for jet engine igniters and containment rings in gas turbines for aircraft.

Corrosion Resistance Table

Laboratory Tests at 176F° (80C°)
   
Corrosion Rate
Environment
Test Duration, days
mpy*
mm/yr

Acetic Acid (10%) 7 <0.1
<0.002
Acetic Acid (10%)+      
-Sodium Chloride (0.5%) 30 2.18**
0.554
Acetic Acid (10%)+      
-Sulfuric Acid (0.5%) 7 45.7**
1.161
Alum (5%) 7 28.6**
0.726
Aluminum Sulfate (5%) 7 <0.1
<0.002
Ammonium Chloride (5%)*** 30 0.1
0.002
Ammonium Hydroxide (5%) 7 Nil
Nil
Ammonium Hydroxide (10%) 7 Nil
Nil
Ammonium Sulfate (5%) 7 0.1
0.002
Barium Chloride (10%)*** 30 0.1
0.002
Calcium Chloride (5%)*** 30 0.1
0.002
Chromic Acid (5%) 7 3.6**
0.091
Citric Acid (10%) 7 <0.1
<0.002
Copper Sulfate (10%) 7 Nil
Nil
Ferric Chloride (5%)*** 7 354**
8.99
Ferrous Ammonium      
-Sulfate (5%) 7 Nil
Nil
Lactic Acid (10%) 7 36.4
0.925
Methanol 7 Nil
Nil
Oxalic Acid (5%) 7 23.8**
0.605
Oxalic Acid (10%) 7 52.2**
1.326
Potassium Ferricyanide (5%) 7 Nil
Nil
Sodium Bisulfite (5%) 7 <0.1
<0.002
Sodium Carbonate (5%) 7 Nil
Nil
Sodium Chloride (10%)*** 30 0.2
0.005
Sodium Chloride (20%)*** 30 0.3
0.008
Sodium Hypochlorite (1%)*** 7 3.5**
0.089
Sodium Hypochlorite (5%)*** 7 <6.9**
0.175
Sodium Sulfate (5%) 7 Nil
Nil
Sodium Sulfate (10%) 7 <0.1
<0.002
Sulfurous Acid (6%)*** 7 56.2**
1.427
Tartaric Acid (20%) 7 21.8
0.554
Zinc Chloride (10%) 7 0.1
0.002


*Mils penetration per year

**Average of two tests

***Environment caused pitting attack

*This table has been created with the best current knowledge. No legal claim can be derived from this information. *

Inconel Crucibles - Low Form - 15 mL to 1500 mL

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