Shaped, Flat, Square, Round, Fine Wire, Plated and Bare Wire
AMS 5887, AMS 5888, AMS 5889, ASTM B166
Alloy617 is a nickel-chromium-cobalt-molybdenum alloy.With an exceptional combination of metallurgical stability, strength, oxidation resistance at high temperatures andresistance to oxidation is enhanced by an aluminum addition, the alloy also resists a wide range of corrosive aqueous environments. Used in gas turbines for combustion cans, ducting, and transition liners; for petrochemical processing; for heat-treating equipment; and in nitric acid production. Standard product forms are round, forging stock, extruded section, plate, sheet, strip, pipe, tube, and wire.
Gas turbines for combustion components
In nitric acid production
Nickel: 44.5 min
Iron: 3.0 max.
Manganese: 1.0 max.
Silicon: 1.0 max.
Sulfur: 0.015 max.
Titanium: 0.6 max.
Copper: 0.5 max.
Boron: 0.006 max
Density: 0.302 lb/in³, 8.36 g/cm³
Electrical Resistivity: ohm-cir-mil/ft (micro-ohm-m):
At 78°F (20°C): 736(1.222)
At 200°F (100°C): 448(1.245)
At 400°F (200°C): 757(1.258)
At 600°F (300°C): 764(1.268)
At 800°F (400°C): 770(1.278)
At 1000°F (500°C): 779(1.290)
At 1200°F (600°C): 793(1.308)
At 1400°F (700°C): 807(1.332)
At 1600°F (800°C): 803(1.342)
At 1800°F (900°C): 824(1.338)
At 2000°F (1000°C): —(1.378)
Specific Heat: BTU/lb-°F (J/Kg-°C):
At 78°F (20°C): 0.100(419)
Thermal Conductivity: BTU-in/hr-ft²-°F (W/m•°C):
At 78°F (20°C): 94(13.4)
At 200°F (100°C): 101(14.7)
At 400°F (200°C): 113(16.3)
At 600°F (300°C): 125(17.7)
At 800°F (400°C): 137(19.3)
At 1000°F (500°C): 149(20.9)
At 1200°F (600°C): 161(22.5)
At 1400°F (700°C): 173(23.9)
At 1600°F (800°C): 185(25.5)
At 1800°F (900°C): 197(27.1)
At 2000°F (1000°C): 209(28.7)
Mean Coefficient of Thermal Expansion: µin/in-°F(µm/m-°C):
78-200°F (20-100°C): 7.0 (11.6)
78-400°F (20-200°C): 7.2 (12.6)
78-600°F (20-300°C): 7.49 (13.1)
78-800°F (20-400°C): 7.6 (13.6)
78-1000°F (20-500°C: 7.7 (13.9)
78-1200°F (20-600°C): 8.0 (14.0)
78-1400°F (20-700°C): 8.4 (14.8)
78-1600°F (20-800°C): 8.7 (15.4)
78-1800°F (20-900°C): 9.0 (15.8)
78-2000°F (20-1000°C): 9.2 (16.3)
Modulus of Elasticity: KSI (MPa)
30.6 x 10³ (211 x 10³) in tension
Melting Range: 2430-2510°F (1332-1380°C):
Mechanical Properties at Room Temperature
Properties: Annealed Typical
Ultimate Tensile Strength: 95 KSI min (655MPa min)
Yield Strength: 35 KSI min (241 MPa min )
Elongation: 30% min
Alloy 617 can be cold rolled to achieve the temper properties required by specific customers and/or manufacturing requirements. Contact Ulbrich Wire for details.
Refer to NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineers) for recommendations.
Standard Wire Finishes
Extra Clean: Extra clean is also referred to as “bright annealed” or “bright annealed and cold rolled”
Grease (round wire only): Drawn in a heavy grease produces an “Ultra bright” finish for decorative applications
Soap (round wire only): Soap is used as a lubricant in the drawing process and is not removed. It acts as a lubricant during customer part forming operation. A soap finish is available in tempered products.
Plated: Many plating options are available.
∗Special finishes are available: Contact Ulbrich Wire Sales with special finish and plating requests.
Cut to lengths
Alloy 617 is non hardenable by heat treatment.
For best results refer to: SSINA’s “Welding of Stainless Steels and Other Joining Methods”.
* Inconel® 617 is a registered trademark of the Special Metals Corp.
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