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What is the difference between alloy 600 and 625 wires?
Both Inconel 600 wires and 625 are annealed nickel-chromium alloy wires. The difference lies in the addition of other metals to give one wire better performance than the other. Alloy 600 wires are produced with 0.5% molybdenum, 0.5% vanadium, 0.5% silicon, 0.7% nickel, and 0.075% copper. Inconel 625 wires are a base alloy of nickel-chromium with a small number of other metals added to improve its properties. The addition of molybdenum and vanadium allows this alloy to have a higher strength and better resistance to oxidation than other alloys of nickel-chromium. This alloy is also more resistant to hot temperatures and corrosion than the other alloys. Alloy 625 is used in high-temp environments that are corrosive.
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Can inconel 601 wire manufacturerd according to specification/drawing?
Inconel 601 wires are manufactured according to standard ASME Sizing and Welding Provisions (ASWP) for Special Wires. These are the most common wires size used for general industrial applications and industries where products are exposed to high levels of shock and vibration. The wires are made for ductile applications, which means it can withstand strain without breaking. It’s a good choice for applications that require high tensile strength and good resistance to corrosion and oxidation. There are other grades such as the Inconel 718 wires with deviations in the composition.
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Can you produce to a different tensile to those stated on the data sheet ?
Yes, we can. We can produce wires of different specifications to those given on the datasheet. The tensile strength (TS) is the maximum stress that the wires can withstand. It’s expressed in pounds per square inch (PSI). Depending on the application, you might need an Alloy 600 coil wires that has more or less tensile strength. For example, a wires would have to be more flexible than a wire with the same tensile strength if it had to support the weight of a heavy object. A WNR 2.4816 flat wires with more tensile strength is good for applications that require a lot of pulling, like winching or hauling loads. You’d want a lot of tensile strength in a wire that would be used to support the weight of a car, for example. Although it is possible to produce in different tensile strengths, it will compromise the other properties of the wire.
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Can I use my own freight company while buying alloy 625 rope wire from India?
Yes, we offer this choice to our customers. You can either choose to ship Alloy 625 rope wires via open sea or negotiate to have it delivered by rail or road. The wire can be shipped in standard containers or unit loads. We will ship the wire as per your requirements and you can either ship it from your own address or from the address of our preferred freight forwarder. If you choose to shipUNS N06625 annealed wire from your own address, we will ship it on your behalf. If you choose to ship it from a freight forwarder, we will instruct the forwarder to ship it to our freight forwarder’s address.
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What is your minimum order quantity for UNS N06600 lashing wire?
Depending on the manufacturer’s capacity and transportation requirements, the minimum order quantity can be adjusted. However, the UNS N06600 lashing wires is shipped in quantities ranging from 25kg to in the order of metric tons. The cost, however, is higher for lower quantities and lower for higher quantities. If you choose larger quantities, you might need to weigh for more production. It also depends on the stock available with the manufacturer, supplier, or seller.