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6 - 200mm TC11 Titanium Alloy Bar High Temperature Resistant
|Place of Origin||Shanxi China (mainland)|
|Brand Name||NewFuture Titanium|
|Certification||ASTMB337 ASTMB338 ASTMB861 ASTMB862|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1kg|
|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|
TC11 Titanium Alloy Bar,
High Temperature Resistant Pure Titanium Bar,
200mm Titanium Alloy Rod
TC11 Titanium Rod High Temperature Resistant TC11 Titanium Rod Spot
Titanium alloys can be divided into three categories according to the phase composition: α alloys, (α+β) alloys and β alloys, which are represented by TA, TC, and TB, respectively.
① α alloy contains a certain amount of stable α-phase elements, which are mainly composed of α-phase in equilibrium. Alpha alloy has a small specific gravity, good thermal strength, good weldability and excellent corrosion resistance. Alpha alloys can usually be divided into full alpha alloys (TA7), near alpha alloys (Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V) and alpha alloys (Ti-2.5Cu) with a small amount of compounds.
② The (α+β) alloy contains a certain amount of stable α-phase and β-phase elements, and the microstructure of the alloy in the equilibrium state is α-phase and β-phase. (α+β) alloy has medium strength and can be strengthened by heat treatment, but the welding performance is poor. (α+β) alloys are widely used, and the output of Ti-6Al-4V alloy accounts for more than half of all titanium materials.
③ β-alloy contains a large amount of stable β-phase elements, which can retain all high-temperature β-phase to room temperature. Beta alloys can usually be divided into heat-treatable beta alloys (metastable beta alloys and near metastable beta alloys) and thermally stable beta alloys. Heat-treatable β-alloy has excellent plasticity in the quenched state, and the tensile strength can reach 130~140kgf/mm2 through aging treatment. Beta alloys are usually used as high-strength and high-toughness materials. The disadvantage is that the specific gravity is large, the cost is high, the welding performance is poor, and the cutting process is difficult.
|Standard||ASTM B348, ASTM F136, ASTM F67, ASTMB381.|
|Material||Gr.1 Gr.2 Gr.5 Gr.12 Gr.9, Gr12, Gr23|
|Shape Square||bar/rod, round bar/rod, rectangular / hexagonal bar/rod, etc.|
|Different Form||foils, shim sheet, perforated sheet, strip, flats,|
|Applications||Widely used in daily necessities, medicine, construction, aerospace, navigation and other fields|
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. Titanium resources are extremely rich in my country. Only in the super-large vanadium-titanium magnetite found in Panzhihua, Sichuan, the associated titanium metal reserves are about 420 million tons, which is close to the sum of foreign proven titanium reserves. Titanium alloys can be divided into heat-resistant alloys, high-strength alloys, corrosion-resistant alloys (titanium-molybdenum, titanium-palladium alloys, etc.), low-temperature alloys and special functional alloys (titanium-iron hydrogen storage materials and titanium-nickel memory alloys), etc. .
Widely used in daily necessities, medicine, construction, aerospace, navigation and other fields