Incoloy 800 Flanges. The Incoloy 800 alloy is frequently used in the fabrication of flanges because of its low cycle fatigue and susceptibility to stress corrosion cracking. It is a titanium, iron, and molybdenum-based nickel-chromium alloy. It has a wide range of mechanical and chemical processing applications in consideration when it is built. Gas-tungsten arc welding, submerged-arc welding, and shielded metal arc welding can all be used to join the components together. Incoloy 800 Flanges It can also be used in temperatures as high as 1100 degrees Celsius because of its strong temperature resistance. Moreover, it is mechanically robust at room temperature.
Weld neck flanges are iron, chromium, and nickel-based alloy with some features of the Alloy 800 Flanges grouping members. Meanwhile, the lap joint flanges are welded using shield metal arc, TIG, and MIG process techniques. Ring common type flanges are chloride ion SCC resistant. The content of nickel makes spectacle blind flanges chloride SCC resistant and also to the embrittlement from the precipitation of the sigma phase. Spacer flanges are used in the electric range heating element sheathing etc. Long weld neck flanges are too found used in many applications dues to their excellent properties.