Inconel Hex Bolts
Fastener Solutions is an industry-leading provider of top-of-the-line Inconel hex bolts and screws. These hex bolts utilize the classic six-sided forged heads and can be used in conjunction with a nut or a tapped hole for quick and efficient turning and fastening. Whether you are looking for Inconel 600, 625, or 718 fastener bolts, Fastener Solutions has you covered.
Inconel 600 Hex Bolts
Hex bolts that are manufactured with Inconel 600 provide excellent mechanical properties, including high strength and good workability. Inconel 600’s high nickel content provides excellent corrosion resistance, which makes it highly resistant to chloride-ion stress-corrosion cracking. Inconel 600 hex bolts also provide proven resistance to high-temperature oxidizing conditions. Additionally, these super-strong hex bolts are cold work hardened and strengthened for extreme dependability.
Applications of Inconel 600 Hex Bolts
Hex bolts that are manufactured with Inconel 600 are often utilized for applications that require extreme strength and corrosion resistance. These applications can include the following: Group of six Inconel hex fastener bolts
- Tube sheets
- Bubble towers
- Flaking trays
Inconel 625 Hex Bolts
Inconel 625 superalloy combines molybdenum, niobium, nickel, and chromium to create a material that maintains excellent high strength, corrosion resistance, and fabricability. The unique elemental combination of Inconel 625 hex bolts provides exceptional resistance to the most corrosive environments in the world. Inconel 625 hex bolts can also withstand extreme amounts of oxidation and carburization.
Applications of Inconel 625 Hex Bolts
Due to its many unique high-end properties, Inconel 625 hex bolts are used for applications that regularly encounter large amounts of stress within unpredictable environments. The industries that most often utilize Inconel 625 hex fastener bolts include:
- Chemical processing
Inconel 718 Hex Bolts
Inconel Superalloy 718 is a precipitation hardenable nickel-based alloy that is designed to display exceptionally high yield, tensile and creep-rupture properties at temperatures up to 1300°F. Due to the heating and quenching process that is used to change its atomic structure, Inconel 718 hex screws are stronger than Inconel 625 bolts and gain additional strength through the cold working process.
Inconel 718 Hex Bolt Applications
Often utilized by high-end industries for their high-temperature strength capabilities, Inconel 718 hex bolts deliver strength and ductility at extremely hot and cryogenic temperatures. Inconel 718 hex fastener bolts are regularly used for the following types of applications:
- Chemical processing
- Nuclear reactors
- Turbine engines
- Oil shafts
- Natural gas processing
- Cryogenic tanks
Inconel Hex Bolt Sizing Options
Inconel 600, 625, or 718 fastener hex bolts from Fastener Solutions are available in a wide range of sizes to suit all types of application requirements. Our typical sizing options are listed below.
- 1 1/8”
- 1 1/4"
- 1 1/2" – 1 3/4"
- 2” – 2 3/4"
- 3” – 3 3/4"
- 4” – 4 1/2”
- 5” – 5 1/2"
- 6” – 6 1/2"
- 7” – 7 1/2"
Contact Fastener Solutions for Premium Inconel Hex Bolts Today
If your project requires the use of an Inconel 600, 625, or 718 hex screw, consider Fastener Solutions for your direct sourcing needs. At Fastener Solutions, we understand that it can be remarkably frustrating waiting for the materials that you need to finish a job on time. That is why we provide the most advanced next-day shipping options for our high-end Inconel hex screws and bolts. Our fast and convenient shipping methods allow you to have the materials you need when you need them.
Our fastener specialists are extremely knowledgeable in all facets of the industry and can answer any questions that you may have. So, if we can help in any way, just let us know; we are here to support you every inch of the way! Contact us for more information regarding our Inconel hex fastener bolts, or request a quote for an in-depth price analysis today.