INCONEL®, INCOLOY®, NIMONIC® alloys for automotive industries

When it comes to providing high performance alloys (such as our range of INCONEL®, INCOLOY®, NIMONIC® alloys) to the automotive industry, our in-house team’s experience and matchless expertise will ensure that everything we supply you, will meet with your rigorous industry requirements.

We are at the heart of the latest advances in alloy development and performance, and we know that your business is reliant on the quality of our alloys to ensure the quality and promise of your motor vehicles.

Environmental and end-of-life vehicle legislation has driven major car manufacturers and exhaust-system designers to specify particular high performance alloys in modern vehicles. Coupled with the increasing demand for fuel-efficient engines and greater pollution controls worldwide, has create numerous areas of application for the INCONEL®, INCOLOY®,  NIMONIC®  and other high nickel alloys we supply.

Exhaust valve heads and stems in NIMONIC® alloy 80A have been adopted by all the major valve train suppliers for diesel and petrol engine, whilst NIMONIC® alloy 90and INCONEL alloy 751 have been developed for specific engine applications.

High-performance vehicles and motor sports engines use INCONEL® alloy 625, which is particularly suited to exhaust couplings and lower power vehicles use INCOLOY® alloy 864 as hot gas containment tubing.  INCONEL® alloy X-750 is used to make engine valve springs.

High nickel alloys are also used in ignition systems, sensors, safety devices and electrical and electronic switch gear.

If you would like to know more about our alloys for your industry, email us on and let’s get talking.

Alloys for chemical and process industries - INCOLOY®, INCONEL®, MONEL®

Your industry requires high-performance high-grade alloys, such as INCOLOY®, INCONEL®and MONEL® alloys, which can withstand being subjected to the highest levels of chemical and processing wear-and-tear. We know that your operation relies on it.

That's where our team of dedicated professionals with their vast expertise and knowledge of chemical and processing industries can help. Matched with our outstanding, cutting-edge products, you can be sure that when you work with Corrotherm, your industry is right at the heart of the latest advances in alloy development and performance.

Nickel alloys possess key material properties for chemical process industries, which include resistance to corrosion and metal-fatigue commonly associated with high temperatures and caustic media.

Known for their ability to withstand severe conditions, our alloys are proven to reduce your costs in the longer term by providing reliable and durable solutions for your industry. 

We supply wrought nickel and alloys from the INCOLOY® range, as well as INCONEL®alloy C-276, INCONEL®alloy 601, INCONEL®alloy 600, MONEL® alloy 400 and MONEL® alloy K-500 ranges, which are chosen for their corrosion-resistant properties in process applications, and are perfect for heat exchangers, furnaces, piping, pumps and valves.

We stock a wide variety of nickel and alloys as standard, but if your needs are more specialised, we can help you identify the right product for your project.  

If you would like to know more about our alloys for your industry, email us on and let’s get talking.

Electrical resistance alloys - INCOLOY, INCONEL, RESISTOHM, BRIGHTRAY

From industrial furnaces to household goods like water heaters and toasters where electrical resistance materials are a prerequisite, nickel-chromium alloys such as those in the RESISTOHM® and BRIGHTRAY® SERIES are used for wire, ribbon and strip heating elements.

As electrical resistance materials, these alloys have an extended lifetime under fluctuating temperatures, particularly when used in heating elements that are being continually switched on and off. Able to withstand temperatures up to 1150°C, the RESISTOHM® and BRIGHTRAY® alloys offers excellent resistance in reducing, neutral and oxidising environments.

The BRIGHTRAY® series are used for starter and braking resistors in heating elements, locomotives and heavy engineering applications.

INCOLOY® alloys and INCONEL® alloys, particularly INCOLOY® alloy 800, INCONEL® alloy 600and INCONEL® alloy 601 are effective additions to the electrical resistance series. 

These alloys are also oxidation and corrosion resistant materials, and are well-suited for service in extreme environments where they are subjected to pressure and heat. These electrical resistance materials have excellent mechanical strength and resistance at high temperatures and have a good surface stability.

When heated, the INCOLOY® and INCONEL® alloys form a thick, stable, passivating oxide layer protecting the surface from further attack, making them ideal for seam-welded tubing for element sheathing,
INCOLOY® alloy 800, INCONEL® alloy 600 and INCONEL® alloy 601 are used in with furnace furniture constructed in the same material for maximum resistance to the environment.

When it comes to electrical resistance materials, we have extensive experience regarding applications and can provide the latest technical information and performance data, as well as information on immediate availability and cost.

Whether you are contemplating components for your heating elements or industrial furnaces, or would like to know more about our RESISTOHM® and BRIGHTRAY® INCOLOY® and INCONEL® alloys, email us on and let’s get talking.

Nickel alloys for electronics and communications

The world of electronics and communications is fast-paced and ever changing. To help you meet these changes and a multitude of market demands,  we stock a wide range of  nickel alloys.

Well known in the industry, Nickel 270, NILO® alloy and NILOMAG® alloy 77 are used in the manufacture of anode plates, hydrogen thyratron components, passive cathodes, cathode shanks, plater bars, and transistor enclosures.

As with all high-performance nickel alloys, Nickel 270, NILO® alloyand NILOMAG® alloy 77 provide corrosion resistance, stability, workability and strength at high and low temperatures.

Nickel 270 is a commercially pure nickel, that is available in several grades. With features that include high thermal and electrical conductivities NIckel 270 is suited to electronic applications and is often used in electrical and electronics parts.

Like most nickel alloys, NILO® alloy 36 possesses a very low coefficient of thermal expansion making it an ideal alloy for optical and electronic support systems in telescope and small laser applications. 

Another of our nickel alloys, NILOMAG® alloy 77 is used for oil field pressure management systems and aircraft pressure sensors. It's a low-loss, soft-magnetic alloy with an ability to capture and contain magnetic field emissions from computer equipment and antennae. NILOMAG® alloy 77 is particularly useful for applications in which power requirements must be minimised.

If you would like to know more about our Nickel 270 and nickel alloys NILO® alloy and NILOMAG® alloy 77, or require expert cost-saving advice on material properties, testing and immediate availability, email us on and let’s get talking.

Corrosion resistant INCONEL, INCOLOY and MONEL, marine applications

INCONEL® and MONEL® alloy products are used for their high resistance to corrosion in offshore platforms, as well as in power and process plants that use seawater as coolant.

Alloys in the INCONEL series are often encountered in extreme environments. These super alloys are oxidation and corrosion resistant and well-suited for service in extreme environments.

A newer alloy, INCONEL® alloy 725, offers even more corrosion resistance. A nickel-chromium-molybdenum-niobium alloy, it is highly resistant to corrosion and hardens with age, which increases its strength. INCONEL® alloy 725 is resistant to hydrogen embrittlement and stress-corrosion cracking, making it ideal for the manufacture of hangers, and high-strength fasteners in marine applications

INCONEL® alloy 625 is an excellent choice for sea-water applications, as it is resistant to pitting and crevice corrosion and has high corrosion-fatigue strength, high tensile strength, and is resistant to chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking. Used in wire rope, propeller blades, propulsion motors and sheathing for undersea communication cables, this versatile alloy has earned its place in the marine industry.

Down-hole equipment, like hangers, uses another super alloy, INCOLOY® alloy 718 for its high strength and corrosion resistance.

MONEL alloy 400® is a nickel-copper alloy that is stronger than pure nickel and can be fabricated readily by hot- and cold-working, machining, and welding. MONEL alloys are resistant to corrosion by many agents, including rapidly flowing seawater. This feature, coupled with its resistance to bio-fouling and microbially induced corrosion (MIC), makes MONEL a cost-effective and robust alloy for the manufacture of wave protection sheathing for platform risers and steel pylon legs on offshore rigs.  

If you would like to know more about our INCONEL®, INCOLOY® and MONEL® alloys in marine applications, email us on and let’s get talking.

INCONEL® and INCOLOY® in the mining industry

INCONEL® and INCOLOY®ranges to mining industry, where their ability to resist abrasion, oxidation and corrosion, makes them ideal for ancillary applications, where they subjected to pressure and heat, such as pumps, piping and separation machinery.

Their resistance to oxidising chemicals and high-temperature oxidising gases, means that alloys in the INCONEL series - particularly INCONEL® alloy 600, INCONEL® alloy 617, INCONEL® alloy 690 and  INCONEL® alloy 693, are encountered in extreme environments. They are used in the manufacture of drilling equipment, as well as in the construction of downhole shafts.

INCONEL® alloy 600 has the desirable combination of high strength and good workability. Resistant to corrosion by many organic and inorganic compounds, it is virtually immune to chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking.

INCONEL® alloy 617 offers a combination of metallurgical stability, strength, and oxidation resistance at high temperatures, as well as being resistant to a wide range of corrosive aqueous environments.
Commonly used in mining applications, corrosion resistant INCONEL® alloy 690 has high strength, good metallurgical stability, and favourable fabrication characteristics.

Newcomer, INCONEL® alloy 693 has a high chromium content that gives it excellent resistance to oxidation and sulfidation as well as vastly improved resistance to other forms of high temperature corrosion.

Another super alloy, INCOLOY® alloy 825, is used in shaped screening wires used to size mineral particles. Resistant to reducing and oxidizing acids, INCOLOY alloy 825 also resists stress-corrosion cracking and localised attack, such as pitting and crevice corrosion. It is especially resistant to sulphuric and phosphoric acids, so can be found in oil and gas well piping.

If you would like to know more about our INCONEL® and INCOLOY® alloys in mining, email us on and let’s get talking.

INCONEL®, INCOLOY® and MONEL® in oil and gas extraction

Our INCONEL®, INCOLOY® and MONEL® ranges provide heat and corrosion-resistant alloy solutions for onshore and offshore extractions. Nickel based alloys from these ranges are ideal for cost-effective manufacture of pumps, valves and process control equipment .

MONEL® alloy 400 and ICONEL® alloy 725 are used for the manufacture of down-hole tubulars, hangers and tooling, plus components for well, head and heat exchange equipment.

MONEL® alloy 400 is widely used in many fields. Typical applications include valves and pumps; pump and propeller shafts, electrical and electronic components, gas tanks and crude petroleum stills.

ICONEL® alloy 725 is highly resistant to corrosion, hydrogen embrittlement and stress-corrosion cracking, and hardens with age. ICONEL® alloy 725 it is used for hangers, landing nipples, side pocket mandrels and polished bore receptacles in sour gas service.

Latest innovations include the use of large diameter INCONEL ®alloy 625-lined steel transfer piping from gas gathering networks in high temperature sour oil and gas extraction. High tensile, creep and rupture strength, INCOLOY® alloy 625 has outstanding fatigue and thermal-fatigue strength. It is oxidation resistance and has excellent weldability and braze-ability.

The resistance of INCOLOY® alloy 825 to general and localised corrosion under diverse conditions, gives the alloy broad usefulness. Applications include chemical processing, and oil and gas recovery.
INCOLOY® alloy 625 and INCOLOY® alloy 825 are used for the separation of extracted fluids, in the processing equipment for liquefied natural gas production.

Our experience in every aspect of supplying the oil and gas industry with super alloys is peerless and we provide a wealth of in-house expertise and resources regarding the latest technological innovations.
If you would like to know more about our INCONEL®, INCOLOY® and MONEL® alloys in relation to oil and gas extraction, email us on and let’s get talking.

INCOLOY® and INCONEL® in petrochemical processing

Alloys from the INCOLOY® and INCONEL® series have many applications within the petrochemical process industry, due to their outstanding high temperature corrosion resistance.

Petrochemical products have created a demand for materials that resist the synthesis in Fischer-Tropsch reactors and associated equipment, so INCOLOY® and INCONEL® alloys are predominant in technologies that capture and convert coal, gas and biomass into fuel.

INCONEL® alloy 693 offers the best resistance to metal dusting in chemical and petrochemical processing environments - more than any conventional alloy currently manufactured. It is for this reason that INCONEL® alloy 693 has been adopted by the majority of syngas designers as being the most aggressive component in gas to liquids conversion processes.

Designed for use in petrochemical, chemical and thermal processing applications, INCOLOY® alloy 803provides an exceptional level of high-temperature corrosion resistance in oxidation, sulfidation, carburisation and nitridation environments. In addition to preventing thermal distortion and embrittlement, INCOLOY® alloy 803 has excellent stress-rupture strengths and a high resistance to carburisation and cyclic oxidation. These characteristics combine to make INCOLOY® alloy 803 the material of choice for many severe applications, including ID-finned pyrolysis tubing in high-severity ethylene furnaces.

If you would like to know more about how our INCOLOY® and INCONEL® alloys will work for you in petrochemical processing, email us on let’s get talking

INCONEL® in pollution control and waste processing

INCONEL® is widely used in pollution control and waste processing, where driving demand has brought about a need for high-performance alloy materials that can withstand hazardous waste management and aggressively corrosive environments.

INCONEL® alloy 625 offers high strength, excellent fabricability and has superior resistance to a wide range of corrosive environments of unusual severity, including high-temperature effects, such as oxidation and carburisation. It is also resistant to pitting and crevice corrosion.

INCONEL® alloy C-276 is also corrosion resistant in a wide range of severe environments. The high molybdenum content makes the alloy especially resistant to pitting and crevice corrosion. The low carbon content minimizes carbide precipitation during welding to maintain corrosion resistance in as-welded structures. It is commonly used in pollution control, chemical processing, pulp and paper production, and waste treatment.

INCONEL® alloy 622 gives excellent resistance to both oxidising and reducing acid environments, as well as those containing mixed acids. It is resistant to pitting and crevice corrosion in acid-halide environments. This versatile alloy is found in chemical processing, pollution control, fluegas desulfurisation, waste incineration, and pulp and paper processing industries.

INCONEL ® alloy 625 and INCONEL® alloy 622 are also deployed in chlorine injection systems for waste water streams, whilst supercritical water oxidation technology has adopted INCONEL® alloy 625 as a preferred material in reaction chambers. They are are used for gas cleaning components, slurry systems and exit ducts.

If you would like to know more about how our range of hard wearing INCONEL® alloys in pollution control and waste processing, email us on and let’s get talking.

INCOLOY and other super alloys in power generation

The INCONEL®, INCOLOY®, NIMONIC® and UDIMET® alloy ranges have a wide range of power generation applications.

An outstanding balance of strength, temperature, and defect tolerance characteristics, makes UDIMET® alloy X-720 ideal in gas turbine engine components like discs, shafts and blades.

NIMONIC® alloy 80A, is corrosion and oxidation resistant and has high tensile and creep-rupture properties at temperatures to 815ºC (1500ºF). It is found in gas-turbine components in nuclear generators.

NIMONIC® alloy 81 applications include components for gas turbines and heat-exchange plants that are subject to attack by deposits from the combustion of impure fuels. It has good tensile and rupture strength and creep resistance at elevated temperatures.

INCONEL® alloy 617 has exceptional combination of metallurgical stability, strength, and oxidation resistance at high temperatures, as well as a wide range of corrosive aqueous environments. It is found in gas turbines for combustion cans and ducting.

INCONEL® alloy 625 has excellent mechanical properties at extremely low and extremely high temperatures. It shows outstanding resistance to pitting, crevice corrosion and inter-crystalline corrosion. It is almost completely free from chloride-induced stress corrosion cracking.

INCONEL ® alloy 690 is resistant to many corrosive aqueous media and high-temperature atmospheres and sulfidation. It has high strength, good metallurgical stability, and favourable fabrication characteristics.

INCOLOY® alloy 600 resists corrosion and is virtually immune to chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking and oxidizing conditions. The versatility of INCOLOY® alloy 600 has led to its use in a variety of applications involving temperatures from cryogenic to above 2000°F.

INCOLOY alloy X-750 is also resistant to general corrosion, pitting and crevice corrosion in chemicals containing chlorides and sulfuric, phosphoric, and nitric acids, and is used for tanks, piping, heat exchangers, pumps and valves.

High resistance to corrosion, cracking, and deformation at high temperatures makes INCOLOY® alloy 908 highly effective in nuclear fission development programmes, solar engineering and coal, oil and waste fuelled installations.

Want to know more? Email us on and let’s get talking.

INCOLOY® and INCONEL® super alloys in thermal processing

INCOLOY® and INCONEL® alloyshave a wide range of applications in thermal processing. They show extreme strength and stability in high temperatures, and resistance to corrosion caused by intense furnace atmospheres. 

Applications include furnace components such as belts, hearths, muffles, radiant tubes and retorts plus the jigs and carriers used in heat treatment processes.

INCOLOY® alloy DS develops a tightly adherent oxide film that protects its surface against corrosion processes. INCOLOY alloy DS may be heated indefinitely within the 600-900°C range without fear of ‘sigma’ phase embrittlement, and it is for this reason that it is used in a wide variety of high temperature process equipment.

INCOLOY ® alloy 800 is  utilised by heat treatment companies to endure repeating thermal cycles and oxidising and reducing atmospheres of temperatures in excess of 1050°C. It is resistant to chloride stress-corrosion cracking. In nuclear power plants, it is used for steam-generator tubing. It is ideal in applications requiring greater resistance to stress rupture and creep, especially at temperatures above 1500°F (816°C),

Temperatures such as the 1250°C found in ceramic tile roller furnaces, require INCONEL® alloy 600. The alloy is a standard material of construction for nuclear reactors. It has excellent resistance to corrosion by high-purity water, and no indication of chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking in reactor water systems has been detected. For nuclear applications, the alloy is produced to exacting specifications.

INCONEL® alloy 601 is resistant to oxidation at very high temperatures up to 1250C. Even under severe conditions (such as, cyclical heating and cooling) this alloy has a tightly adherent oxide layer that resists spalling. INCONEL® alloy 601's resistance to carburisation is good. It is also resistant to carbon nitriding conditions. Commonly found in thermal reactors in exhaust system of petrol engines, INCONEL alloy 601 has good resistance in oxidising sulphur-bearing atmospheres at elevated temperatures.

If you would like to know more about how our range of hard wearing INCONEL® andINCOLOY alloys in thermal processing, email us on and let’s get talking.

The INCONEL alloy range in jet engines

Super alloys such NIMONIC alloy 75 and those from the INCONEL alloy range, have proven applications in civilian and military jet engines.

INCONEL alloy 600 is a standard engineering material for applications requiring resistance to corrosion and heat. Its excellent mechanical properties provide high strength and good workability. In the aeronautical field, INCONEL alloy 600 is used for a variety of jet engines and airframe components, such as lockwire, exhaust liners and turbine seals.

An outstanding characteristic of INCONEL alloy 601 is its resistance to high temperature oxidation and aqueous corrosion. INCONEL alloy 601 has high mechanical strength, and is readily formed, machined and welded - making it a broad utility material in jet engines and aerospace, in general.

INCONEL alloy 713C has wide acceptance in the super alloy class, due to its inherent castability, stability and high level of strength, as well as ductility at elevated temperatures. Commercial applications include vane material and first stage blading in jet engines. The alloy is included in both experimental jet engines and turbine production.

NIMONIC alloy 75 is used mostly for sheet applications requiring oxidation and scaling resistance and high operating temperatures. One of the many super alloys we offer, NIMONIC alloy 75 can be readily fabricated and welded.

UDIMET® alloy 720 is another super alloy that is used within the aeronautical field in discs. UDIMET® alloy 720 also provides an ultra high property version for blading applications.

If you would like to know more about the role of  INCONEL alloy 600, INCONEL alloy 601, INCONEL alloy 713C, NIMONIC alloy 75 and UDIMET® alloy 720 within the construction of jet engines aerospace, email us on and let’s get talking.