Inconel 100 Castings

Offering a high strength-to-density ratio, Inconel 100 castings are ideal for turbine engine parts and components. Bescast's expertise in Inconel 100 enables us to provide reliable, high-performance turbine castings that meet the strictest quality standards.

Inconel 100 Material Properties

Inconel 100 features all the Inconel material properties the nickel-based alloy is known for. It delivers high strength, durability and resistance to:

  • High Temperatures
  • Corrosion
  • Oxidation


Stainless steel weakens as it gets hotter, but nickel alloy castings like those using Inconel 100 retain their full strength at 90% of their melting temperature.


Inconel 100 is frequently used for aerospace and defense castings because of its exceptional properties, including the famed Inconel hardness.

Inconel 100 Turbine Castings You Can Trust

Of all the nickel-based alloys, Inconel 100 is best suited for turbine blade casting and the creation of various turbine engine components. Thanks to our vast experience in turbine blade investment casting, Bescast understands your concerns and delivers parts designed to your exacting specifications. Our expertise in casting complex parts using Inconel 100 is unparalleled. Leading defense and aerospace companies rely on our turbine castings in critical applications where quality and reliability are essential.

Frequently Asked Questions About Bescast and Inconel 100 Castings

As a leader in investment casting, Bescast is well-positioned to answer questions about Inconel 100 castings. Read on to learn more about this exceptional superalloy and Bescast's outstanding capabilities.

What Materials Are Used in Inconel 100 Castings?

Inconel 100 castings generally include nickel, iron, chromium and trace amounts of materials like cobalt, molybdenum, aluminum and titanium.

What Is the Difference Between Inconel 100 and Other Superalloys Like Inconel 718?

Inconel 100 has a higher yield strength and tensile strength, while Inconel 718 has better fatigue resistance and is more ductile. Inconel 100 typically has a higher concentration of nickel but lower concentrations of elements like chromium, iron and molybdenum.

What Certifications Does Bescast Hold?

Our numerous certifications are a testament to Bescast's commitment to quality. We're certified to ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100 Rev D. Additional certifications include:


  • NDT (Non-Destructive Testing) (Radiography & Penetrant)
  • Heat Treat
  • Welding

What Services Do You Offer?

Bescast offers a wide range of services, including engineering, design, prototyping and testing. To accurately simulate casting processes, we use ProCAST software with Finite Element Analysis (FEA). Bescast provides an even wider array of services through solid relationships with partners in core design and production, tooling creation, coatings, painting and inspection services.

Trust Bescast for Your Inconel 100 Castings

If your company is looking for a trusted partner for Inconel 100 castings, look no further. Backed by 70+ years of experience, we have developed a reputation for producing high-quality, reliable castings that meet even the most demanding specifications. Our expertise in turbine castings is unmatched, and we pride ourselves on our ability to deliver customized blade casting solutions that meet each customer's unique needs. Don't settle for anything less than the best when it comes to Inconel 100 castings. Contact Bescast today to learn how we can help your company achieve its goals and stay ahead of the competition.


Manufacturing Capacity

• 75,000 ft2 manufacturing facility

• 10,000 ft engineering and customer service

• 200+ full-time employees

Bescast's Current Facility

Alloys Currently Poured on a Production Basis


• 15-5PH

• 17-4PH

• 300 Series

• 400 Series


• MM509

• L605  

• X40 (S31)  

• WI-52

Nickel (vacuum)

• HastX

• IN100  

• IN625

• IN713

• IN718  

• IN738

• IN792

• MM247

• R77

• R80

• R125

• U500

Quality Certifications

• ISO9001:2015

• AS9100 Rev D

• Nadcap

• Heat Treat

• NDT (Non-Destructive Testing) (Radiography & Penetrant)

• Welding

Approved Supplier To:

• Advanced Atomization Technologies
• Collins Aerospace
• Eaton Corporation
• GE Aviation
• Parker Hannifin

• Pratt Whitney Canada
• Prat Whitney America
• Rolls Royce N.A.    
• Siemens Energy
• Solar Turbines

• Woodward