$75.53 per kg

KOS - IN625 (45-150um)

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Minimum Purchase:
10 units

Bulk discount rates

Here are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount.

  • Quantity Price
  • 10 - 49
  • 50 - 99
  • 100 - 199
  • 200 or above

This 45-150um cut of N06625 alloy is ideal for direct energy deposition applications that call for a larger particle size than LPBF. This Inconel 625 material from KOS features:

  • Enhanced sphericity and purity
  • Industry-grade strength
  • Heightened physical and chemical durability
  • Resists oxidation and corrosion
  • Suited for extreme temperatures

Please download material specifications and safety data sheets for more details.

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High-Quality N06625 Alloy for Optimized Additive Manufacturing

KOS’ nickel-based superalloys are commonly used in nuclear plants, industrial manufacturing, and other intensive additive manufacturing applications that require direct energy deposition. Businesses can rely on a smooth printing process with KOS’ EIGA atomization process, freeing the powder of impurities and other satellites.

Simple Ordering, Fast Deliveries

From cutting-edge aluminum powder to robust titanium materials, ordering the metal powders your business needs is easy with KBM. We’re also working around the clock with our distribution partners to ensure lighting-fast lead times for your order, giving you the freedom to plan your operations around our deliveries.

$75.53 per kg
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Applicable Markets

  • nuclear plants at night


    Businesses working with nuclear energy can benefit greatly from this N06625 alloy’s remarkable resistance to extreme temperatures and chemicals of all kinds.

  • white metal pipes in a factory


    Inconel 625 material is often used in industrial settings, whether that’s in small-scale tooling or for constructing large capital machinery.

  • a shuttle docked in a warehouse


    Aerospace manufacturers commonly rely on nickel superalloy for its impressive physical durability and resistance to heat warping.