N26625 is an austenitic alloy that has exceptional corrosion resistance and fatigue strength in marine services. It has high-temperature strength and can be easily welded and processed. This metal alloy is also known as CW-6MC in its cast grade and N06625 in its wrought form.
Chemical and food processing equipment, combustor/exhaust, shaft sleeves.
Cast UNS: N26625
Wrought UNS: N06625
Wrought Grade: INCONEL® 625
Cast Grade: CW-6MC
Cast ASTM: A494
Military/AMS: AMS 5402
* AMS specifying investment casting.
Typical Chemical Composition (% by wt.)
Iron: 5.0 MAX
Other: Mo 8-10; Nb 3.15-4.50
Minimum Mechanical Properties
Heat Treatment: Solution Anneal
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