Inconel alloys are oxidation-corrosion-resistant materials that are ideally suited for use in high-pressure and high-heat settings. Metcore Steel & Alloys is a prominent manufacturing organization that offers Inconel Fabrication Services to worldwide industrial sectors.
Inconel performs well in extreme environments due to its unique resistive properties and high mechanical strength. In high temperature and pressure environments, this material easily maintains its efficiency. There are a variety of Inconel alloys available, each with its own set of characteristics that make it suitable for a variety of applications. For making Inconel fabrication for various purposes, we use various processes such as bending, welding, forming, machining, and cutting.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE PART?
Before you begin any Inconel project, you must first work closely with the customer to determine the part’s purpose. Metcore Steel asks as many questions as possible and even tries to set up an on-site demo at our customer’s plant to examine how the manufactured components and Inconel welds are used.
A thorough understanding of the part’s manufacturing process can aid the Metcore Steel team in determining what has to be done and what can be improved. Asking pointed questions about the product to the customer can highlight areas for improvement.
Our team examines many procedures on a small scale for new Inconel welding projects, then employs testing and replication to ensure quality for future applications.
HOW CAN THE PART BE IMPROVED?
We’ve learned what works and what doesn’t as we’ve welded Inconel and used various applications. Use our knowledge and experience to keep your next Inconel welding project on budget. For a quote or consultation, please contact us right away.
Which brings us to the last point to think about before welding Inconel: how can the part be made better? While it may be obvious why the Inconel product isn’t up to par, figuring out how to improve the item can be more difficult.
A little slab of Inconel measuring 16 12 x 32″ and only 1/8″ thick can cost slightly around $800. That’s before it’s formed, sculpted, or welded together. Making a blunder can be costly. And that’s where having prior expertise working with this type of material comes in handy.
Our team at Metcore Steel has collaborated with Inconel on several projects. We know how it works, how it doesn’t work, and how to handle it properly, but a less experienced organization could face serious financial difficulties simply learning the ropes on a new project.