PC0155 Cast Titanium Alloy

Descriptions of Cast Titanium Alloycasting-titanium-alloys

Compared to other metals, titanium is a lustrous and silver transition metal with low density and high corrosion resistance to sea water, aqua regia and chlorine, etc. Titanium is alloyed with aluminum, manganese, iron, molybdenum and other metals to increase strength, to withstand high temperatures, and to lighten the resultant alloy.

Advanced Refractory Metals is a leading supplier of titanium products. We offer low pricing and great lead times on all our materials, and we’re capable of supplying custom materials per any specs/drawings you provide us with.

Specification of Cast Titanium Alloy

Cast Titanium alloy has equal ultimate strength as cast steel alloy, but has many other superior characteristics.

* Density of only 4.5, much lower compared with 7.8 for steel;
* Heat resistance up to 400°C/500°C;
* Higher corrosion resistance;
* Bio-compatibility (no rejection by human body)

Titanium alloys are melted in vacuum skull furnaces and can be cast to many designations of pumps, valve impellers, artificial joints and machines of other shapes. X-ray inspections are applied in all casting process in accordance good manufacturing practice.

Introduction of casting methods

Machined graphite mold casting
This method can simplify molding and effectively control metallurgical quality. Thicker and larger size castings can be precisely made by this method.

Ceramic mold investment casting
This method produces more precise castings, with details such as logos being clearly cast. Large sized and complex shape parts can be well cast using this method.

Packaging of Cast Titanium Alloy

Our Cast Ti Alloys are clearly tagged and labeled externally to ensure efficient identification and quality control. Great care is taken to avoid any damage which might be caused during storage or transportation.

Related Products of Cast Titanium Alloy

REQUEST A QUOTE






  I would like to join the mailing list to receive updates from Advanced Refractory Metals.

Submit your review
1
2
3
4
5
Submit
     
Cancel

Create your own review
Refractory Metals and Alloys
Average rating:  
 0 reviews