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Titanium Alloy Seamless Tube / Pipe For Chemical Precision Instruments
Alloy Seamless Titanium Tubing,
Chemical Seamless Titanium Pipe,
Precision Instruments Pure Titanium Tube
Titanium alloy seamless tube/ pipe used in chemical and precision instruments many sizes in stock
1. Excellent corrosion resistance in many media
2. Low density, high strength and low equipment weight
3. The surface is smooth and free of dirt, and the dirt coefficient is greatly reduced
Classification of titanium alloy pipes
Titanium pipe, titanium welded pipe, titanium splicing tee, titanium splicing elbow, titanium welding ring, titanium reducer, titanium tee, titanium elbow, titanium chimney, etc.
|Name||Titanium & Titanium Alloy Tube /Pipe|
|Standard||ASTM B337 ASTM B338 ASTM B861 ASTM B862|
|OD||3-114mm or as customized|
|Wall Thickness||0.2-50mm or as customized|
|End||Plain End, Beveled End, Threaded|
|Certificate||EN 10204/3.1B,Raw Materials Certificate,100% Radiography Test Report,Third Party Inspection Report, etc|
Off-Shore Oil Drilling Companies
Sea Water Equipment
Pulp and Paper Industry
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 tubular heat exchangers, coil heat exchangers, serpentine heat exchangers, condensers, evaporators and conveying pipes, etc. Many nuclear power industries use titanium pipes as standard pipes for their units.
Titanium alloy has high strength and low density, good mechanical properties, good toughness and corrosion resistance. In addition, the process performance of titanium alloy is poor, cutting is difficult, and it is very easy to absorb impurities such as hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and carbon during hot processing. There is also poor wear resistance and complex production process.
In the aviation field, titanium alloys are mainly used to make aircraft engine compressor components, followed by structural parts of rockets, missiles and high-speed aircraft. In the mid-1960s, titanium and its alloys have been used in general industry for making electrodes in the electrolysis industry, condensers in power stations, heaters in petroleum refining and seawater desalination, and environmental pollution control devices. Titanium and its alloys have become a corrosion-resistant structural material. In addition, it is also used in the production of hydrogen storage materials and shape memory alloys.