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Inconel 702

Inconel 702

Inconel 702 combines nickel, chromium, and aluminum to provide resistance to oxidation at up to 2400°F, with good strength at elevated temperatures. Heat treatment yields up to 1500°F, increasing its strength even further. Common applications include furnace components and afterburner liners.

Equivalent grades

• Inconel 702
• UNS N07702
• Alloy 702

Chemical Composition Reference


Physical Property Reference

• Density: 8.43 g/cm³

• Tensile Strength: 130 ksi

• Yield Strength: 95 ksi

• Melting Range: 2540 °F

• Hardness: 25

Stock & Dimensions

Our warehouse has a large number of stock to provide you with a variety of products in different sizes, and can also customize the size according to your needs.
• Bar: 0.5~600mm Diameter
• Coil: 0.5~150mm Thick
• Plate: 0.5~200mm Thick
• Pipe: 6~630mm External Diameter; 0.5~40mm Wall Tick
• Available in specific sizes

Product Forms

We provide you with a variety of product forms, including but not limited to:
• Bar/Rod
• Pipe/Tube
• Coil/Strip
• Plate/Sheet/Circle
• Wire
• Fitting (Flange, Elbow, Tee...)
• Customize

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Inconel 702

Essential details
Inconel 702 is a nickel-chromium alloy with an addition of aluminum that makes this grade to produce high resistant to oxidation at temperatures up to 2400 °F. At high temperatures the alloy has good strength. Up to 1500 °F age hardening improves the strength.

Alloy 720 is useful in furnace components and afterburner liners. Inconel 720 can be hardened through heat treatment and cold working.


Inconel 702™ is mainly used in jet engine heat exchangers.

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