Inconel Rebuild

Lenoch Engineering provides Inconel rebuild when restoring the integrity of worn or damaged critical componentry or modifying parts for increased durability.

Rebuilding with Inconel ensures parts are better protected against wear, preparing them for greater efficiency within extreme environments. Working alongside some of the world’s biggest brands, and ministering to the requirements of high-pressure environments and applications, Lenoch Engineering have continued to deliver products which excel.

Whilst rebuilding critical componentry, Lenoch Engineering provides speed of service, without compromising on quality; over our decades of establishment, we have refined our offerings to be able to minister to the time-sensitive nature of restoring or modifying critical componentry and reducing machinery downtime.

Inconel rebuild can be performed as part of our larger manufacturing services to restore and modify critical components, working towards greater efficiency for a number of industries.

Lenoch Engineering works to industry standards whilst performing Inconel rebuild, ensuring our parts are reliable and trustworthy.

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    We offer fast response and quotation prior to our engineering services, and can deliver components typically within 24 hours within the UK.


    What is Inconel?

    Inconel is an alloy of austenitic nickel and chromium; there are various Inconel alloys, all with nickel and chromium as the primary and secondary element. Inconel is considered a superalloy - meaning it is able to operate at a fraction of its melting point.

    What are the properties of Inconel?

    High tensile strength and corrosion resistance are some of the properties of Inconel, meaning it is able to operate within extreme environments. Inconel forms a protective oxide layer which protects its surface during heat applications.

    What is Inconel used for?

    Inconel is used within extreme environments, this includes aerospace applications, some automotive applications, the oil and gas industry, waste processing, and the marine industry.