ASTM B446 UNS N06625 is an alloy that has nickel, chromium, molybdenum and columbium. It shows great corrosion resistance in a wide range of environments like acidic, alkaline and chloride containing media. The ASTM B446 UNS N06625 round bar can maintain its mechanical properties in elevated temperature conditions and can resist oxidation and scaling too. Inconel 625 exhibits excellent weldability, ductility and formability. They also show good thermal and electrical conductivity. They possesses high toughness and they are resistant to pitting and crevice corrosion.
At Regent Steel & Engineering Co., there is no minimum order quantity for ASME SB 446 UNS N06625 rod. We offer both less and bulk ordering as per your specific application requirements. We have a huge product stock and that help us deliver as much quantity as you need. However, the lead time depends on the customization required and delivery location. Orders with standard dimensions will be delivered faster whereas custom making the rods will take some additional time. You can contact us directly to learn about the ordering and delivery timelines of ASTM B446 rods.
ASME SB 446 UNS N06625 rod
B446 UNS N06625 flat bar
SB446 UNS N06625 hex bar
The price of B446 UNS N06625 flat bar per unit can vary with the supplier, their internal costing, product availability and market conditions. The price is also dependent on quantity ordered, size, dimensions, surface finish, quality, additional tests and delivery location. You may contact reliable suppliers like Regent Steel & Engineering Co. to get high quality flat ASTM B446 cold drawn bar at competitive rates delivered to your doorstep.
|0.375 to 8.750 inch
|upto 24 inch or custom
|cold drawn, annealed, turned etc.
|ASTM B446 | ASME SB446
| Round, Hex, Square, Rectangular
|chemical processing, marine
ASME SB446 N06625 rectangular bar
UNS N06625 bright bar
ASTM B446 N06625 square bar
|Reduction of area
|0.2% Proof Stress
The ASME SB446 rounds have excellent corrosion resistance in different media along with high temperature strength and ductility. Thus, they can be used in aerospace, chemical processing, oil & gas, marine, nuclear and power generation industries.
The ASTM B446 N06625 square bars are typically used in solution annealed conditions. The process involves heating the material to a specific temperature within 1038-1177 °C. The bars are then soaked at that temperature for some time for precipitate homogenization and dissolution. They are then rapidly cooled down to achieve desirable properties and prevent reprecipitation.