What’s up guys?!?! Michael with Michael Talks Metal, back for video number 125.
Today is the first of a series of episodes where we are going to learn a little more about Nickel alloys in general and alloy 625 in particular.
If you have not seen our prior video on alloy 625 or if you need to review……..Click Here.
Ok, let’s do this!
We are using a typical test report for our exercise Full image of MTR first page found here. In this instance the producer is the owner of the trademark for Inconel 625, who happens to be Speical Metals.
On the first page header, the first thing we note is that there are several corporate entities…..Huntington Alloys, Special Metals (remember, the ones who own the trademark name Inconel), and PCC
and the heat-lot identity of the material
Just below that we have the UNS designation for the alloy
The next section describes the material ….alloy…… Electric arc melted, AOD refined, and Electroslag remelted.
Bars are Hot finished, centerless ground, and in annealed condition and 1.5 inch nominal diameter in random lengths ….. 10 lengths – 715 lbs
Our next section lists the applicable specifications and revision level. Note that we have only partial compliance on B / SB 564.
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