ALTERNATIVE NAMES

2.4856
N06625
B446

Material Characteristics

IN625 is a nickel-chromium-molybdenum-niobium alloy that exhibits excellent corrosion resistance to a variety of corrosive media. It combines high strength, excellent weldability and excellent creep rupture strength up to 700 °C. For example, Inconel 625 is used in aircraft engines and heat exchangers.

PropertiesUnitAs built 1)Heat-treated 2)
Tensile Strength RmMpa1020 ±301030 ±30
Yield Strength Rp0,2MPa700 ±30660 ±20
Elongation at Break A5%37 ±540 ±5
Young‘s Modulus EGPa180 ±10195 ±10
Hardness HV290 ±5285 ±5


Chemical Composition

ElementMass Fraction [%]
NiBalance
Cr20.0 - 23.0
Mo8.0 - 10.0
NB3.15 - 4.15
Co1.00
C≤ 0.1
Si≤ 0.50
Mn≤ 0.50
Ti0.40
AI0.40
P≤ 0.015
S≤ 0.015
Fe5.00


  1. The specified material properties were determined at room temperature. They are multidimensionally dependent on many different machine and process parameters. Without further investigation, the material properties do not constitute a sufficient basis for component dimensioning.
  2. Specific heat treatment processes lead to optimized mechanical-technological properties to meet the component requirements.


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