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Pure / Ti6al4v Alloy Titanium Round Bar Pickling For Industry
|Material||Pure Or Ti6al4v Alloy||Size||According To Request|
|Price||According To Material And Size||MOQ||1kg|
Ti6al4v Alloy Titanium Round Bar,
Pure Titanium Round Rod,
Industry Pickling Titanium Round Bar
Pure Ti And Ti6al4v Alloy Titanium Round Bar/ Rod For Industry All Walks Of Life
|Grade||GR1, GR2, GR3, GR4, GR5,GR7,GR9,GR12|
|Standard||ASTM B348/ F136/ F67|
|Surface||Black, Pickling, Sand-blasting|
|material||TI6AL4V or pure titanium|
|Shape||Square bar/rod, round bar/rod, rectangular / hexagonal bar/rod, etc.|
|Applications||Widely used in daily necessities, industry, medicine, construction, aerospace, navigation and other fields
Titanium alloy rod production state and manufacturing process
Production status: hot working status (R), cold working status (Y), return status (M)
Manufacturing process: hot forging, hot rolling, cold rolling, annealing, pickling
Titanium alloy rod shape:
Titanium round bar, titanium square bar, titanium hexagonal bar
Forged rods, rolled rods, drawn rods
Titanium alloy rod surface:
Surface: black leather surface, car polished surface, polished surface (H11, H9, H8)
The characteristics of industrial pure titanium are: the strength is not high, but the plasticity is good, it is easy to form, punch, weld, and have good machinability; it has good performance in the atmosphere, seawater, wet chlorine and oxidizing, neutral, weak reducing The corrosion resistance and oxidation resistance are better than most austenitic stainless steels; but the heat resistance is poor, and the operating temperature should not be too high.
Titanium alloy rods not only have good mechanical properties at room temperature, high temperature and low temperature, but also have excellent corrosion resistance in various media. At the same time, they can be welded, hot and cold formed, and can be strengthened by heat treatment. and other industrial sectors are widely used.
Titanium and titanium alloys have good welding, hot and cold pressure processing and machining properties, and can be processed into various titanium profiles, titanium rods, titanium plates and titanium tubes for supply.
Titanium is an ideal structural material. The density of titanium is only 4.5g/m3, which is 43% lighter than steel, but the strength of titanium is twice as high as that of iron and almost five times higher than that of pure aluminum. Has low density and high strength properties. This combination of high strength and low density makes titanium rods extremely important in technology.
At the same time, the corrosion resistance of titanium alloy rods is close to or exceeds that of stainless steel, so it has been widely used in petroleum, chemical industry, pesticides, dyes, papermaking, light industry, aviation, space development, marine engineering, etc.
Titanium alloys have high specific strength (ratio of strength to density), and titanium alloy rods and pure titanium rods have played an irreplaceable role in aviation, military industry, shipbuilding, chemical industry, metallurgy, machinery, medical and other fields. For example, the alloy composed of titanium and aluminum, chromium, vanadium, molybdenum, manganese and other elements, after heat treatment, the strength limit can reach 1176.8-1471MPa, and the specific strength can reach 27-33. The alloy steel with the same strength has a specific strength of only 15.5 -19. Titanium alloys are not only high in strength, but also resistant to corrosion, so they are widely used in shipbuilding, chemical machinery and medical equipment.
Among them, corrosion-resistant titanium alloys are mainly used in reactors, towers, autoclaves, heat exchangers, pumps, valves, centrifuges, pipes, pipe fittings, electrolyzers, etc. in various strong corrosive environments. However, due to the high price of titanium alloys, their applications are limited.