Titanium alloys are commonly divided into three groups according to
the type of crystal structure: 1. Ti with Al, Sn; 2. Ti with Al,
Cr, Mo, V; 3. Ti with Al, V. They have good mechanical and punching
properties and can be welded by various forms of welding procedures
with welded joint strength up to 90% of base metal. Titanium is
capable of corrosion resistance to chlorides, sulfides and ammonia,
and has better corrosion resistance than aluminum, stainless steel
and nickel alloy for seawater service.
Grades:Grade1, Grade2, Grade12, Grade16 etc.
1.High specific strength (tensile strength/density)
2.Good strength at intermediate temperature range of 450～500℃
3.Better corrosion resistance performance in sea water, wet
chlorine and chloride solution
4.Good low-temperature performance
5.Low elastic modulus and thermal conductivity, Nonmagnetic
7.Good thermal plasticity
The Titanium alloys pipes & tubes have been widely used in
petrochemical, oil & gas,Power Generation boilers, nuclear
power,machinery, shipping industry and water industry, etc.