Inconel Scrap – Monico Alloys
Inconel scrap recycling is an important process in the United States today. A registered trademark of the Special Metals Corporation, Inconel is the group of austenitic nickel-based superalloys. Inconel scrap processed by Monico Alloys can be found in flat and solid mill shapes including Inconel sheet, Inconel plate, Inconel flat and round bar, and Inconel wire.
Inconel scrap is primarily composed of nickel (70 to 77 percent), chromium (15 percent), Iron (10 percent), as well as trace amounts of manganese, copper, silicon, carbon, sulfur and other elements. Various Inconel scrap properties include being corrosion and oxidation resistant (making recycled Inconel scrap very appropriate for use in harsh environments), and high temperature strength (and retains its strength over a broad temperature range). Specific types of recycled Inconel scrap are made of compositions for specific applications including low cobalt content for nuclear systems and component applications and gamma prime strengthened for good weldability properties.
Monico Alloys recycles Inconel scrap from gas turbine components, heat-treating equipment, petrochemical processing parts, heat exchanger tubing, and high temperature fasteners. Other sources of Inconel scrap include turbocharger rotors and seals, firearm sound suppressor baffles, chemical processing components and pressure vessels.
Below is a list of Inconel scrap that Monico Alloys handles:
Today there is a global trade in the buying and selling of high temperature scrap alloys in which Monico Alloys plays an active part. The forecasts are that the volume for both buyers and sellers will continue to increase.
So whether you need to buy alloy scrap or sell a quantity of alloy scrap, please do not hesitate to contact us at (310) 928-0168 or email@example.com.