Nowadays more electronic components, more facilities, equipments and parts are being used in high temperatures. As a result, high temperature alloys are in a growing need to improve products and equipments, reduce the equipment maintenance frequency, etc.

High temperature alloy provide strength, environmental resistance and stability within the 500°F (260°C) to 2200°F (1205°C) temperature range. They have been used generally in the presence of combustion from heat sources such as turbine engines, reciprocating engines, power plants, furnaces and pollution control equipment.

NiWire has more than 20 years experience in melting technology, processing technology, quality control system and researching on nickel based alloys and Iron-nickel based alloys.

Main Grades

Grade Property and Application
Inconel 601 Excels especially in oxidation resistance. Used for heat treatment furnaces.
Inconel 718 Used for jet engines and rocket parts for its outstanding high-temperature strength.
Inconel 718 NACE preferred condition for many oil, offshore, and OEM applications.
Inconel X750 Used mostly in gas turbine parts for its excellent high-temperature strength.
Nimonic 75 Excellent high-temperature strength and oxidation resistance. Mainly used as heat treatment furnace material.
Nimonic 80A Better high-temperature strength than Nimonic 75. Used under high stress.
Nimonic 90 Allows use in higher temperatures than Nimonic 80A. Used for jet engines and internal combustion parts.
Incoloy 800 Has good high-temperature strength, and also resistant to oxidation and carburization . Used in petrochemical high-temperature reactors.
Incoloy 800H/HT Alloy with better high-temperature strength and higher creep rupture strength than Incoloy 800.
Incoloy A286 Precipitation-enhanced type alloy that has excellent high-temperature strength and corrosion resistance. Used for jet engine parts.
Hastelloy X Has good high-temperature strength and excellent oxidization resistance.

*Hastelloy is registered trademark of Haynes International,Inc
*Inconel, Incoloy, Nimonic are registered trademark of Special Metals Corporation