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Rupture discs now available in Iconel  

By mjsmaling |

This company has expanded its Atlas rupture-disc product line to include Inconel 625 material of construction. The material will now be offered in sizes of 1, 1.5, 2, 3 and 4 in. (DN 25, 40, 50, 80 and 100). Inconel 625 paired with the company’s G2 technology creates a rupture disc with outstanding corrosion resistance at a wide range of temperatures. In addition to burst pressures ranging from 60 to 1,500 psig (4.13–103.42 barg), Inconel 625 is the preferred material of use for (upstream and downstream) oil-and-gas applications, geothermal installations and desalination plants. This material of construction is also highly demanded in multiple applications for the aerospace, nuclear, and chemical processing industries.

Fike Corp., Blue Springs, Mo.

www.fike.com

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  • Bursting discs are composed of a thin membrane which is designed to
    rupture at a predetermined differential pressure and temperature. Inconel 625 fits into criteria.


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