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The best plasma arc cutting system for Inconel 718 Plates (UNS N07718) is a mixture of argon and hydrogen gas. In addition to nuclear fuel element spacers, downhole shafting and strength bolting, and hot extrusion tooling, Alloy 718 Sheets can also be used to weld springs, fasteners, cryogenic tanks, and so on. It is possible to weld Alloy 718 coils either aged or annealed. The welding process will result in a softened heat-affected zone in the aged condition. We provide our clients with the same in customized specifications.

Inconel 718 combines corrosion resistance with high strength and good fabricability. It is excellent at resisting relaxation, so it is used in springs. The ASME SB168 Inconel 718 Sheet, Inconel 718 Coils, Inconel 718 Cold Rolled Sheets Dealer, Inconel Alloy 718 Plates, ASTM B168 Alloy 718 Sheets and Plates, Inconel Alloy 718 Sheets Exporter, Inconel 718 Hot Rolled Plates. Designed and developed for resistance to vast corrosive environments, Inconel 718 sheets, plates, and coils are made from molybdenum-chromium-nickel alloys. Nickel-based steel alloys like this one can withstand crevice corrosion and pitting corrosion environments because of their excellent creep rupture properties and high tensile plus yield properties at elevated temperatures. For long-term service, the product can be stored at cryogenic temperatures up to 1200 degrees Fahrenheit. Age hardening, which enables annealing and welding, distinguishes Inconel 718 with niobium addition from other alloys.

Nickel constitutes the majority of Alloy 718 Sheets. Having a melting point of 2300 degrees Celsius and a high tensile strength, UNS N07718 Plates are well suited for a wide variety of industrial applications, such as fasteners and high-strength bolts, as well as spacers for nuclear fuel elements, among others. Our Inconel Alloy 718 products are available in custom shapes and sizes based on the requirements of our clients, and at market-leading prices.

It is often used for gas turbines and jet engines. Alloy 718 Sheets have gamma double prime reinforced with good weldability. They can be heated and cooled at normal speeds through the aging temperature range while maintaining softness and ductility.

In the aged condition, welding with Alloy 718 Plates will result in a softened heat-affected zone. Nickel 718 Sheets have excellent creep-rupture strength at temperatures up to 1300 degrees Fahrenheit (700 degrees Celsius). They are also used for wellhead completion equipment and blow-out prevention devices (BOP). In comparison to Nimonic 90 and Alloy X-750, Nickel 718 Plates are stronger and have better mechanical properties at lower temperatures. In comparison to nickel-base superalloys hardened by aluminum and titanium, Nickel 718 Coils have excellent weldability.

There is no oxidation resistance in Inconel UNS N07718 Sheets throughout their useful temperature range. Due to the slow precipitation hardening response of Inconel Din 2.4668 Sheets, they are readily welded without hardening or cracking. Plates of Inconel Alloy N07718 can be ordered aged, cold worked, or cold worked & aged. As a general rule, nickel N07718 coils can be hardened by solid solution strengthening or precipitation of intermetallic compounds within the metal matrix.

The most common condition in which Inconel 718 is purchased is in the mill-annealed or solution-annealed condition. There are times when the material is subjected to a stress-relief operation prior to it being fabricated and heated. After the solution anneal, a precipitation (age) hardening step follows the solution anneal. As the secondary phases (e.g., gamma prime and gamma double-prime) precipitate into the metal matrix, the material becomes harder. In the temperature range of 600-815 °C (1100-1500 °F), the precipitation of nickel-aluminum, nickel-titanium and nickel-niobium phases is triggered by aging in the range of 600-815 °C (1100-1500 °F). The key to the heat-treatment process is to make sure these age-hardening constituents are in full solution at high temperature (i.e., fully dissolved in the matrix), otherwise precipitation won't result in full strength. The solution anneal process is commonly employed (although the temperature of these recipes is occasionally altered a little bit). The solution is annealed at 925-1010 C (1700-1850 F) followed by a rapid cooling process. As soon as this is completed, precipitation hardening is carried out at 720 C (1325 F) for 8 hours, furnace cooling to 620 C (1150 F), holding for 10 hours, and finally air cooling is carried out.

The solution anneal is performed at a temperature of 1040-1065 °C (1900-1950 °F) followed by rapid cooling (generally in water). After precipitation hardening at 760°C (1400°F) for 10 hours, the furnace is cooled to 650°C (1200°F) for 10 hours, and then the air is cooled. Heat treatments for solution are typically carried out in low-dew-point vacuum furnaces or argon furnaces with all-metal hot zones in order to avoid discoloration. When annealing for 30 minutes, the effect of annealing on the grain size of sheet varies with the temperature that is used to anneal it. It is also worth mentioning that the aging response of Inconel® 718 is rather slow in comparison to that of aluminum-titanium-hardened alloys. As a result, for most sizes, the alloy can be heated and cooled at normal speeds throughout the aging temperature range while still maintaining its softness and ductility even after extensive heating and cooling. This can be seen in the effect of aging time and temperature on the hardness of annealed sheets as a result of aging.

There is a professional team as well as a quality control team that oversee the production of sheets and plates under strict supervision. As a result, the producers are able to produce the excellent quality of sheet & plate that are easily able to satisfy all the needs of the customers.

As a result of the efficient use of advanced technology and modern tools, the producers are able to bring out the product according to the requirements of the buyers. In addition to product quality standards, industry norms are also ensuring that all sheet & plate products are of 100% perfect quality.

What qualities are seen in this product?

In the sheet & plate, there are many good qualities found due to the effective use of top-notch quality Inconel alloy in the production process. This includes high tensile strength, rugged construction, durability, flexibility, good dimensional accuracy, fine surface finishes, long-lasting quality, and the ability to withstand heavy loads and high-temperature environments. In addition, it has excellent resistance to corrosion, general corrosion, pitting, oxidation, stress corrosion cracking, and crevice corrosion cracking.

Alloy-chromium alloy Inconel 718 is an age-hardenable alloy with a high strength and good fabricability that offers corrosion resistance as well as high strength. There is a high creep-rupture strength of this material at temperatures up to 700 degrees Celsius. Because of its excellent relaxation resistance, it is often used in springs due to its excellent performance. We offer 718 Inconel Sheet, ASME SB168 Inconel 718 Sheets, Inconel 718 Coils, 718 Inconel Cold Rolled Sheets, Inconel® Alloy 718 Plates, ASTM B168 Alloy 718 Sheets and Plates, Inconel Alloy 718 Sheet Exporter, Inconel® 718 Hot Rolled Plates Suppliers, Inconel Alloy 718 Plates in China. As a general rule, Inconel 718 Sheets, Plates, and Coils are generally molybdenum-chromium-nickel alloys that have been designed and developed to survive vast corrosive environments. Even when exposed to corrosive environments in crevices and pits, it shows considerable resistance. There is no doubt that this nickel-based steel alloy offers exceptional creep rupture properties as well as high tensile and yield properties at elevated temperatures. When the product is kept at cryogenic temperatures, the product can be used for long-term service up to a temperature range of 1200 degrees Fahrenheit. It is common for Inconel 718 with niobium addition to be able to age harden, which enables annealing and welding as well.

Material testing is done-
In order to guarantee the quality of the Inconel 718 Sheet & Plate, various effective tests are conducted over the product prior to shipping. It is important to point out that the tests performed include flattening test, PMI test, macro test, hardness test, IGC test, micro test, flaring test, chemical test, pitting resistance test, and mechanical test. As a result of all these tests, we are assuring the customer that the product will be produced with no errors.

The mill test certifications are as follows:
Now the mill test certifications are being provided to all the esteem patrons dealing with all the industries in the industry as per EN 10204/3.1B. The test certifications are also being supplied to all the buyers, which includes a third-party test report, a lab test certificate, a radiography test report, and a buyers report.

Key Features

  • At high temperatures, this product has a good creep rupture strength
  • Inconel X-750 has a higher strength than Inconel X-750
  • The Nimonic 90 & Inconel X-750 alloys have better mechanical properties at lower temperatures than Nimonic 90 & Inconel X-750.
  • Suitable for a wide range of ages
  • Dynamic applications at high temperatures

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Specification Of Inconel 718 Sheets, Plates, Coils


Grades Inconel 718 (UNS No. N07718)
Standards ASTM, ASME, and API
Specifications ASTM B 670 / ASME SB 670
Range 5 mm To 50 mm thick in 1000 mm TO 1250 mm width & 2500 mm Length.
Hardness Soft, Hard, Half Hard, Quarter Hard, Spring Hard, etc.
Form Coils, Foils, Rolls, Plain Sheet, Shim Sheet, Perforated Sheet, Chequered Plate, Strip, Flats, Blank (Circle), Ring (Flange)
Finish Hot rolled plate (HR), Cold rolled sheet (CR), 2B, 2D, BA NO(8), SATIN (Met with Plastic Coated)

Chemical Properties Of Inconel 718 Sheets, Plates, Coils


Inconel % Ni Cr Fe Mo Nb Co C Mn Si S Cu Al Ti
718 Min. 50 17 Balance 2.8 4.75 - 0.2 0.7
Max. 55 21 3.3 5.5 1 0.08 0.35 0.35 0.01 0.3 0.8 1.15

Mechanical Properties Of Inconel 718 Sheets, Plates, Coils


Density Melting Point Tensile Strength Yield Strength (0.2%Offset) Elongation
8.2 g/cm3 1350 °C (2460 °F) Psi – 1,35,000, MPa – 930 Psi – 75,000, MPa – 482 45 %

Inconel 718 Sheets / Plates / Coils Equivalent Grades


Standard Inconel 718
UNS N07718
BS -
OR -
EN -

Key Features Of Inconel 718 Sheets, Plates, Coils

  • High temperature creep rupture strength
  • Higher strength than Inconel X-750
  • Compared to Nimonic 90 & Inconel X-750, it has better mechanical properties at lower temperatures
  • Age hardenable
  • High-temperature dynamic applications

Heat Treatment of Finished Parts Of Inconel 718 Sheets, Plates, Coils


Condition as supplied by Alloy Wire



Time (Hr)




No. 1 or Spring Temper


Age Harden

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No. 1 or Spring Temper

(for ISO 15156-3 / NACE MR 0175)


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No. 1 Temper or Spring Temper

Age Harden

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Types Of Inconel 718 Sheets, Plates & Coils:

  • Inconel 718 Sheets
  • Inconel Alloy 718 Coils
  • 718 Inconel® Alloy Plates
  • Inconel Alloy 718 Sheets
  • ASTM B670 Inconel 718 Sheets
  • ASME SB670 Inconel 718 Sheets
  • Inconel UNS N07718 Plates
  • Inconel 718 Chequered Plates
  • Inconel® Alloy 718 Shim Sheets
  • Inconel 718 Plates
  • 718 Inconel Alloy ASME SB670 Sheets
  • Inconel WERKSTOFF NR. 2.4668 Plates
  • Inconel® Alloy 718 Sheets
  • Inconel® Alloy 718 Hot Rolled Plates
  • Inconel 718 Cold Rolled Sheet
  • Inconel DIN 2.4668 Sheets
  • Inconel 718 Perforated Sheet
  • Inconel® N07718 Coils

ASTM / ASME SB670 Inconel 718 Sheets, Plate & Coils Value Added Services

Material Testing:

  • Mechanical Testing Such as Tensile of Area
  • Hardness Test
  • Chemical Analysis – Spectro Analysis
  • Positive Material Identification – PMI Testing
  • Flattening Test
  • Micro and MacroTest
  • Pitting Resistance Test
  • Flaring Test
  • Intergranular Corrosion (IGC) Test

Inconel 718 Sheets, Plate & Coils Test Certificates

Manufacturer TC (Test Certificate) in accordance with EN 10204/3.1B, Raw Materials Certificate, 100% Radiography Test Report, and Third Party Inspection Reports are provided by GIC. We also provide standard certificates like EN 10204 3.1 and additional requirements. NACE MR 01075. FERRITE CONTENT as per norms if the client requests.

Raw Materials Certificate


  • 100% Radiography Test Report
  • Third Party Inspection Report, etc

Inconel 718 Sheets, Plate & Coils Application Industries:

  • Off-Shore Oil Drilling Companies
  • Power Generation
  • Petrochemicals
  • Gas Processing
  • Specialty Chemicals
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Pharmaceutical Equipment
  • Chemical Equipment
  • Sea Water Equipment
  • Heat Exchangers
  • Condensers
  • Pulp and Paper Industry

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