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TA2 TA10 TA18 TC4 Seamless Titanium Tube Processing Customization

Place of Origin Shanxi China (mainland)
Brand Name NewFuture Titanium
Certification ISO 9001
Model Number ASTM B337,ASTM B338,ASTM B861
Minimum Order Quantity 1kg
Price Negotiable
Packaging Details Inner packaging:plastic bag packaged with supporting thing inside Outer packaging:plywood case with strips as you request
Delivery Time Depend on real situation,AS general:2-15days
Payment Terms T/T, Western Union, Paypal, Credit card, Money Gram
Supply Ability 10 ton
Product Details
Material TA2 TC4 TC11 Origin Baoji
Specification 3~100mm 100mm Or More Granularity 1
Use Chemical Type α+β Titanium Alloy
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Product Description

TA2 TA10 TA18 TC4 Titanium Tube Seamless Titanium Tube Processing Customization

 

 

Heat Treatment

Titanium alloys are alloys based on titanium with other elements added. Titanium has two kinds of isomorphisms: α titanium with a close-packed hexagonal structure below 882 °C, and β titanium with a body-centered cubic structure above 882 °C.

 

Alloying elements can be divided into three categories according to their effect on the transformation temperature:

① The elements that stabilize the α phase and increase the phase transition temperature are α stable elements, such as aluminum, carbon, oxygen and nitrogen. Among them, aluminum is the main alloying element of titanium alloy, which has obvious effects on improving the normal and high temperature strength of the alloy, reducing the specific gravity and increasing the elastic modulus.

 

② The elements that stabilize the β phase and reduce the phase transition temperature are β-stabilizing elements, which can be divided into two types: isomorphic and eutectoid. Products using titanium alloys

The former has molybdenum, niobium, vanadium, etc.; the latter has chromium, manganese, copper, iron, silicon, etc.

 

③ The elements that have little effect on the phase transition temperature are neutral elements, such as zirconium and tin.

 

 

Description:

 

Product name Titanium tube
Material TA2 TC4 TC11
Specification 3~100mm 100mm or more
Titanium content 0.996
Impurity content 0.005
Type α+β titanium alloy
Standard type GB
American designation Gr1, Gr2, Gr9, Gr12,
Russian watch grades BT1-00, BT1-0
National plate number TA0, TA1, TA2, TA9, TA10, TA18
Outer diameter size seamless pipe <114mm <welded pipe,
wall thickness 0.5-5.0mm

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Competitive Advantage:

Titanium is an important structural metal developed in the 1950s. Titanium alloys are widely used in various fields because of their high specific strength, good corrosion resistance and high heat resistance. Many countries in the world have recognized the importance of titanium alloy materials, and have successively carried out research and development on them, and have been put into practical applications. Titanium is the IVB element in the periodic table. It looks like steel and has a melting point of 1 672 ℃. It is a refractory metal. Titanium is abundant in the earth's crust, much higher than that of common metals such as Cu, Zn, Sn, and Pb.

 

 

Applications:

The titanium tube is light in weight, high in strength and superior in mechanical properties. It is widely used in heat exchange equipment, such as shell and tube heat exchangers, coil heat exchangers, serpentine heat exchangers, condensers, evaporators and conveying pipes, etc. Many nuclear power industries use titanium tubes as standard tubes for their units.