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Aerospace Grade Titanium Alloy Bar Medical Low Gap Pure Titanium Rods
|Features||High Tensile Strength, Low Density, High Corrosion Resistance, And Excellent Fabricability||Length||MAX 6000mm|
|Diameter||2 Mm Up To 250 Mm||Standard||ASTM F67/ASTM B348/ ASME SB348|
Aerospace Titanium Round Bar,
Medical Pure Titanium Rods,
Low Gap Pure Titanium Rods
Medical Low Gap Pure Titanium Rods and Aerospace Grade Alloy Titanium Rods
In the 1950s, the titanium metal industry was established primarily in response to the emerging aerospace industry, which used it in the manufacture of airframe structural components and skin, aircraft hydraulic systems, air engine components, rockets, missiles, and spacecraft, where these properties are invaluable. The military also uses titanium in its guided missiles and in artillery. Other practical applications have evolved over time such as shipbuilding: in submarines, ship’s propellers, shafts, rigging, and other highly corrosive parts. Titanium is being increasingly utilized for medical applications due to its lightweight, its strength, and its hypoallergenic properties, as titanium is also nickel free. Titanium products are becoming increasingly utilized in other industries as well, from petrochemical applications to sporting goods.
Various titanium alloys are being used for an ever-widening array of applications. Aquarium, naval and other saltwater industries often use titanium for underwater parts due to its resistance to erosion, stress, microbiological corrosion and pitting. Because it is such a lightweight, high strength material, titanium is used in the automotive industry for valve springs, rocker arms, connecting rods, exhaust systems, drive shafts, steering gear and other parts. Racing cars specifically use titanium to increase vehicular speed.
Surgical and dental industries use titanium instruments to decrease the chance of allergic metal reactions, and many kinds of prosthesis or bone splints and implants are manufactured from pure titanium, which does not contaminate or corrode in the body. The aerospace industry uses titanium quite extensively for jet engines, missiles and spacecrafts. Other uses for titanium include semiconductor and battery wires, chemical and petroleum handling, agri-food, orthopedics and sporting goods equipment.
|Grade||GR1, GR2,GR4, GR5,GR7,GR9,GR12|
|Standard||ASTM B348/ F136/ F67|
|Surface||Black, Pickling, Sand-blasting|
|material||pure titanium / TI6AL4V alloy|
|Shape||Square bar/rod, round bar/rod, rectangular / hexagonal bar/rod, etc.|
aerospace, aviation, navigation, ships, desalination, petroleum, chemical, mechanical equipment, nuclear power equipment, power equipment, automobile and motorcycle parts, sports and leisure, medical parts, steel and metallurgy, high-tech fields
Grade 1 titanium is the first of four commercially pure titanium grades. It is the softest and most ductile of these grades. It possesses the greatest formability, excellent corrosion resistance and high impact toughness.
Because of all these qualities, Grade 1 is the material of choice for any application where ease of formability is required and is commonly available as titanium plate and tubing. These include:
Dimensional stable anodes
Ti 6Al-4V (Grade 5)
Known as the “workhorse” of the titanium alloys, Ti 6Al-4V, or Grade 5 titanium, is the most commonly used of all titanium alloys. It accounts for 50 percent of total titanium usage the world over.
Its usability lies in its many benefits. Ti 6Al-4V may be heat treated to increase its strength. It can be used in welded construction at service temperatures of up to 600° F. This alloy offers its high strength at a light weight, useful formability and high corrosion resistance.
Ti 6AI-4V’s usability makes it the best alloy for use in several industries, like the aerospace, medical, marine and chemical processing industries. It can be used in the creation of such technical things as:
Aircraft structural components
High-performance automatic parts