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Best inconel alloy for chlorine

Best inconel alloy for chlorine

Best inconel alloy for chlorine

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I am looking to specify an inconel for application with chlorine at elevated temperatures (1,200F).  Any suggestions or resources would be most helpful.

RE: Best inconel alloy for chlorine

The Chlorine Institute puts out a manual that will be of some help on this. Also, is there any O2 or water in the system? Chlorine is an extreme accelerator for oxidation at high temps. I'd also check out the Haynes site. We looked at Haynes 556 alloy for a high temp chlorine/O2 environment used to regenerate dehydrogenation catalyst. They have an on line technical support that was very helpful.

RE: Best inconel alloy for chlorine

Would suggest you check out <www.nidi.org>; the website of the Nickel Development Institute. Click on Technical Papers and follow prompts to welding stainless steel

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