Alloy 800 is a variation of Inconel superalloys. These are super austenitic stainless steel materials. There are silicon, molybdenum, copper, nitrogen and other elements in addition to the chromium, nickel iron base of the alloy. They are very much corrosion resistant under various environments and exhibit high strength under high temperatures. The Incoloy 800H has 0.2% titanium in its composition and is used in specific applications. The applications include heat exchangers, process piping, furnace components, electric range heating element sheathing and ammonia effluent coolers. The Alloy 800H is also used in extruded tubing in ethylene furnaces and in steam methane forming furnaces. The Incoloy 800HT contains 0.5% titanium in the composition. As a result, the Alloy 800HT has higher creep resistance and strength than the 800H. The Incoloy 800 chemical composition makes it oxidation resistant and carburization resistant under high temperatures. The alloy can be exposed to high temperatures for long time without compromising the austenitic properties of the materials. The Inconel 800 heating element is made up of this alloy and can last longer. The material is used to produce accessories in heat exchangers, carburizing equipment, heating elements and sheathing. The use of the alloy in nuclear steam generator tubing is also common. The Incoloy 800 density is around 7.94 grams per cubic centimeter. The Incoloy 800 temperature range is very impressive ranging from cryogenic temperatures all the way to high temperatures. The alloy gets work hardened during machining. Welding is possible with a matching filler metal. Conventional methods could be applied when forming this material due the good ductility of the alloy. With standard tooling, cold working is possible on Inconel 800. The Incoloy 800 Price could be inquired by contacting us. The Incoloy 800 suppliers sell different products, forms, shapes and grades in different prices and the prices could fluctuate based on market conditions as well.