Inconel nuts

Inconel Nuts

The nuts display absolute toughness and high compatibility with various parts and components. Inconel nuts is made up of a nickel- chromium- molybdenum alloys which exhibits superb strength and strong mechanical properties. Inconel Hex Nuts exhibits excellent corrosion resistant property and can be used in wide range of severe corrosive environments. They exhibit strong melting point of 1370-14250C. Inconel Alloy Rivet Nuts provide strong joints and great stability to the system. Nickel and chromium combination provides resistance against oxidising chemicals whereas nickel and molybdenum supply resistance against non-oxidizing environments.

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The nuts deliver strong performance due to its high tensile strength of 550 MPa. They are capable of handling heavy load and high pressure without getting break or deformed. The nuts are highly resistant to carburization and creep.

Specification of Inconel nuts

Inconel Nuts Specifications

Imperial Sizes Thread Metric sizes
1/4″ to 6″
  • Metric
  • Imperial


M6 to M100
Length Head Drive Process
3mm – 200 mm
  • Six-Lobe
  • Phillips/Slot
  • Slotted
  • Phillips, etc
  • Drilling
  • forging on up setter machine
  • heat treatment
  • cutting on band saw machine
  • Tapping
  • CNC
  • heat treatment
  • testing
Types Standards Grades of Inconel hex nuts
  • Self Locking Nuts
  • Heavy Hex Nuts
  • Hex Nuts
  • Lock Nuts
  • Coupler Nuts
  • Nylon Insert Nuts
  • ANSI/ASME B1.13M
  • ANSI/ASME B1.1
  • Inconel X750
  • Inconel 600
  • Inconel 601
  • Inconel 625
  • Inconel 718
  • Inconel/ Incoloy 800
  • Inconel/ Incoloy 825


Mechanical properties of Inconel self locking nuts Equivalent properties of Inconel square nut Manufactured type of Inconel heavy hex nuts
  • Melting point: 1370-1425°C
  • Tensile strength: 550 Mpa
  • Yield strength: 240 Mpa
  • UNS N06600
  • UNS N06601
  • UNS N06625
  • UNS N07718
  • WNR 2.4816
  • WNR 2.4851
  • WNR 2.4856
  • WNR 2.4668
  • Full thread
  • Half thread
  • Double side thread configurations


Surface Finish Benifits of using Inconel hex head nuts At Inconel nuts manufacturers provide
  • Oxidation
  • Phosphating
  • Electric galvanized
  • Zinc impregnation
  • HDG
  • Resistance to carburization and oxidation
  • Superior creep , tensile
  • High resistance to corrosive environments
  • Fatigue resistance
  • Resistance to extreme temperatures
  • EN 10204 3.1
  • Mill Test Certificate
  • NABL Approved Lab Reports
  • Free sample
  • Free quote
  • Raw Materials Certificate
  • Third Party Inspection Report
Temperature of Inconel lug nuts Origin Application
2200°F / 982°C
  • Japan
  • Korea
  • South America
  • East Europe
  • Chemical Process
  • LNG
  • Oil & Gas
  • Water Desalination
  • Sea Water
  • Geothermal

Inconel Nuts Chemical Composition

Obtain quotes from numerous reputable Inconel hex nuts manufacturers in Dubai, and also check the temperature rating of Inconel alloy lock nuts

Inconel lock nuts have an outstanding working temperature of 9820C and maintain their toughness in elevated temperatures and under high pressure conditions. These nuts display good thermal stability and also can be use in low cryogenic applications as well.

Check the inconel lug nuts advantages and disadvantages in accordance with DIN 934 standard

There are several industrial advantages of Inconel heavy hex nuts:

  • They display strong heat tolerance hence can be used in wide range of high temperature.
  • The nuts are highly resistant to damage or degradation caused by sea water, atmospheric contaminants, alkaline media, acids and neutral salts.
  • Due to their exceptional chemical composition these nuts are highly resistant to corrosion and work function efficiently even in extreme conditions.
  • They display strong fatigue resistance property.
Learn about the inconel hex head nuts, rivet nuts and square nut in detail, including their melting point, hardness and uses

There are various industrial applications where Inconel square nut is being widely used:

  • Aerospace
  • Marine
  • Electronics
  • Oil and gas
  • Chemical processing
  • Piping systems
  • Pressure vessels
  • Boilers
  • Power generators
  • Construction
Inconel alloy hex finished nuts and self locking nuts are available in threads like UNC and UNF in the Middle East. Check the difference between an Inconel wing nut and a wheel nut

The main difference between an Inconel wing nut and a wheel nut is that:

Inconel wing nut is basically a nut which consists of two wings on either side which makes easier for tightening and loosening the nut by hand. Inconel alloy wheel nut is generally used a as fastener to secure a wheel to a vehicle. The wheel nuts can be tightened by using a wrench.

Inconel Nuts Equivalent Grade