has many significant advantages over other metals. It is a metal known for
it’s high strength to weight ratio. It is corrosion-resistant
(including to salt water) and resists tarnishing at room temperatures. Titanium
is ductile and has a high melting point. Though it is more than 60% heavier
than aluminum it is more than twice as strong as 6061-T6.
Aircraft frames, vessels, biomedical
implants, heat exchangers, various types of corrosive-resistant equipment,
textile machinery and sporting equipment
comes in many alloys. Following are a few of those more commonly used.
Grades 1-4 are unalloyed and considered commercially pure. The tensile and
yield strength goes up with grade number for these "pure" grades.
These grades are used for corrosion resistance and where cost and ease of
fabrication and welding are important. These grades are approximately 40%
lighter than steel with a high strength-to-weight ratio.
Titanium Grade 5 is the most commonly used alloy. It is also designated as
Ti6Al4V, Ti-6AL-4V or simply Ti 6-4. Grade 5 is often used in aerospace,
medical, marine and chemical processing applications. This grade is relatively
strong and has better resistance to high temperatures compared to Grade 2.
Grade 9 – Also known as Ti-3AL-2.5V, this alloy has higher tensile
strength than commercially pure Grade 2 titanium at both room and elevated
temperatures. It is also more weldable than Grade 5 titanium.
products will be manufactured strictly according to ISO9001:2008 Quality
Management system. Mill Test will be provided, we could also provide Test
Report released by Third Party(Northwest Non-ferrous Metal Institute or other