Nickel Alloy 600, also known as Inconel® 600, is an extremely versatile nickel-chromium alloy capable of resisting oxidation in temperatures up to 2000 ºF (1093 ºC). It's also used in cryogenic environments, thanks to a minimum of 72% Nickel combined with chromium in its chemical composition. It exhibits corrosion resistance to both organic and inorganic compounds, as well as chloride-ion stress induced cracking. Nickel Alloy 600 is used in a variety of critical applications that require protection from corrosion and heat. It consists of 72% Ni, 14-17% Cr, 6-10% Fe, 1% Mn, and 0.5% Si.
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