Low Form Inconel® Alloy 601 Crucibles, Thermo Fisher ScientificSupplier: Thermo Fisher Scientific
35928-KT 35994-KT 36037-KT 35970-KT 36016-KT 36056-KT 36085-KT 35886-KT
AA35928-KTEA 81.71 USDAA35928-KT AA36016-KT AA36085-KT AA36037-KT AA36056-KT AA35970-KT AA35886-KT AA35994-KT
Low Form Inconel® Alloy 601 Crucibles, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Inconel® nickel-chromium-iron alloy 601 is a general-purpose engineering material for applications that require resistance to heat and corrosion
- Ideal for high-temperature applications requiring resistance to oxidation and spalling
- The alloy is unaffected by rapid changes from hot to cold
- Retains mechanical strength at elevated temperatures
The high resistance of Inconel® Alloy 601 to oxidation, carburization, or sulfidation make it well suited for vessels used in determining moisture, volatiles, fixed-carbon, and ash located in most coal and coke products, or wood pulp or fiber. It is also recommended for use in drying and ashing biological materials whose residues are soluble in dilute acid or alkali for subsequent analysis. Trace-level determinations of principal constituent elements are excluded. The vessels can be cleaned simply by scouring with sea-sand or some other mild abrasive.
It offers excellent resistance to oxidation in the 1000 to 1200°C temperature range, and provides good corrosion resistance to many acid and aqueous salt solutions.