INCONEL® 625 Wire Mesh – Alloy Overview

Inconel 625 wire mesh (aka Alloy 625) is a nickel-chromium-molybdenum-niobium alloy designed for applications requiring resistance to both corrosion and extreme temperatures. Due to the solid-solution effects of the molybdenum (~9%) and niobium ([+tantalum] ~3.65%) in the nickel-chromium matrix, Alloy 625 demonstrates superior mechanical performance in extreme temperatures as compared to Alloy 600. As such, Inconel 625 wire cloth maintains outstanding strength and toughness in environments with temperatures from cryogenic to 1800°F. Its high nickel (~61%) content gives Alloy 625 wire cloth excellent resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion, chloride stress-corrosion cracking, and a wide array of inorganic and organic compounds. When compared to pure Nickel 200 and Nickel 201, the high chromium (~21.5%) content of Inconel 625 wire mesh gives it superior resistance in oxidizing settings. Some characteristics of Alloy 625 wire cloth which dictate its use are:

  • Retains superior strength and toughness in temperatures from cryogenic to 1800°F.
  • Non-magnetic in all conditions.
  • Good for use in hydrochloric acid; great for use against caustics, nitric acid, and sulphuric acid.
  • Excellent for use against chloride stress corrosion cracking, pitting and crevice corrosion in chlorides, and commercial phosphoric acid.
  • Particularly resistant to oxalic acid vs. other alloys.
  • Can be cut, formed, and easily welded.

Industries & Applications

Inconel 625 wire cloth is principally used in high-temperature environments that require superior, long-term strength and toughness. As such, Alloy 625 is widely used in chemical processing, aerospace, and nuclear steam generator equipment. Additional industries and applications which commonly use Alloy 625 wire cloth include:

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  • Flue Gas Desulfurization Plants
  • Food Processing
  • Heat-treating Equipment
  • Marine
  • Muffle Furnaces
  • Oil & Gas Industry
  • Pollution Control
  • Radioactive Waste Treatment Plants
  • Seawater and Brackish Water

Common Aliases

Inconel 625 is also commonly referred to as:

  • UNS N06625
  • Alloy 625
  • 625 Alloy
  • Nicrofer 6020 hMo
  • CarTech® 625 Alloy
  • NiCr22Mo9Nb
  • NC22DNb
  • NA21
  • 2.4856

Inconel 625 Wire Mesh – Typical Chemistry

UNS N06625 Inconel® 625 Wire Mesh - Typical Chemistry
AlloyStandard(s)Limits
(%)
Carbon
(C)
Manganese
(Mn)
Phosphorus
(P)
Sulfur
(S)
Silicon
(Si)
Chromium
(Cr)
Nickel
(Ni)
Molybdenum
(Mo)
Titanium
(Ti)
Iron
(Fe)
Cobalt
(Co)
Niobium+Tantalum
(Nb)+(Ta)
Aluminum
(Al)
N06625
Inconel® 625
ASTM B446Min00000205880003.150
Max0.10.50.0150.0150.523Balance100.4514.150.4

Typical Standards

Inconel 625 Wire Cloth – Harmonized Tariff Codes: Chapter 75

Woven Alloy 625 Wire Mesh:

  • HTS Code: 7508100000

Manufacture/Supply-to-Order Capability

Phoenix Wire Cloth can manufacture-to-order any combination of mesh opening size + wire diameter(s) to supply you with the woven Inconel 625 wire mesh, bolting cloth, milling cloth, or filter cloth that you require. In addition, we can slit, cut, punch, form, heat treat, powder coat, etc. Alloy 625 wire mesh to deliver the exact material you require.

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*CarTech® is a registered trademark of Carpenter Technology

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