800HT demonstrates the superior cold forming characteristics associated with nickel-chromium alloys. When the grain size is extensively cold formed, a visible undulating surface known as "orange peel" results. 800HT is a stainless steel that can be welded using conventional techniques.
The alloy is commonly used in ethylene pyrolysis, hydrocarbon cracking, and furnaces for the cracking of vinyl chloride, diphenol, and acetic acid. Additionally, the alloy is used in the manufacture of valves, fittings, and other components that are subjected to corrosive attack between 1100 and 1800 degrees Fahrenheit.
Round bar with a diameter of 3/4" to 6", as well as thin gauge sheet and plate. Incoloy 800 H material is available in random lengths, cut to length, and machined to customer specifications. Drilling, threading, milling, CNC shapes, turning, tapping, and flange manufacturing are all examples of machining.