JLC 600 is a nickel-chromium-iron alloy that provides superior resistance to oxidation at temperatures up to 1000 °C. It also provides good resistance against stress corrosion cracking in chloride environments. This alloy also offers good mechanical properties and workability. Owing to its good corrosion resistance properties at high temperatures, it is widely used in chemical and heat treatment industries. Since it maintains good mechanical properties at high temperatures, it is also used in the aeronautical industry to manufacture various aircraft and engine components.
JLC 601 is a nickel-chromium-iron alloy with a substantial chromium content that provides resistance to many corrosive media and high temperature environments. Oxidation resistance is further enhanced by addition of aluminum.
|Alloy||British Standard||Werkstoff Nr||ASTM||UNS designation|
|JLC 600||BS 3075 (Na14)||2.4816||B 166||N 06600|
|JLC 601||-||2.4851||B 166||N 06601|
|JLC 600||Min 72.0||Max 1.0||6.0-10.0||Max 0.50||14-17||Max 0.15||Max 0.50|
|JLC 601||58-63||Max 1.0||Balance||Max 0.50||21-25||Max 0.10||1.0-1.7|
Note: Other Grades of nickel-chromium-iron alloys are also available.
|Alloy||Density||Young's Modulus||Electrical Resistivity at 20°C|
% at L0=100 mm
JLC 600 is usually selected for applications which require resistance to corrosion like wire mesh, filters, fasteners for chemical industry, high temperature applications such as industrial furnaces.
JLC 601 is used in many different applications like thermal processing, chemical processing, pollution control, aerospace, and power generation.
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