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.
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Heat Treatment of Titanium Alloy Titanium alloy is favored by people for its excellent room temperature and high-temperature mechanical properties, outstanding corrosion resistance, and high strength. It has become an important structural material in the aviation and aerospace industries. The heat treatment of titanium alloy can significantly increase the strength of the alloy so that it can […]
Titanium-Iron Hydrogen Storage Alloy Hydrogen storage alloy is a new type of alloy that can store hydrogen. This kind of alloy can absorb hydrogen and release it under certain conditions. It is often used in large batteries, especially electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles, and high-power applications. There are three main series of hydrogen storage alloys: rare […]
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Titanium Alloy Carabiner Advantages The carabiner is the most versatile and indispensable equipment in mountaineering equipment. It is a tool used to connect climbers to the main rope, protector, and noose. When we trace the river and climb rock walls, carabiners are a guarantee of safety. Many climbing equipment combinations and uses need to be connected […]
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Application of Titanium Alloys in the Repair of Orbital Fracture Defect In recent years, with the increasing incidence of industrial trauma and traffic accidents, more and more patients suffer from orbital fractures. The bone of the orbital wall is weak, and bone defects are prone to occur after fractures. It is necessary to use biological […]
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Titanium Alloy Oil Well Pipe Advantages & Applications In the petroleum industry, the oil well pipe has a pivotal position, and its quality and performance have a significant impact on the development of the petroleum industry. In the oil and natural gas exploration and development, a lot of oil well pipes are consumed. Compared with […]
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Recovery of Titanium Metal Scrap With the fast development of science and technology, especially the development of aerospace and other industries, the increasing demand for titanium metal has greatly promoted the development of the titanium industry, but at the same time, a large amount of titanium metal scrap has also been produced. So in this […]
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Characteristics and Applications of Titanium Titanium is a silver-white metal with a melting point of 1668°C. Compared with other metals, titanium has more and better characteristics, so it is used in various scenarios. So in this article, let’s take a look at the characteristics and applications of titanium. 1. Low Density, High Specific Strength The […]
Tips for Using Titanium Pans Daily maintenance of pans and utensils is very important, and titanium pans are no exception. Although titanium pans have advantages over ordinary pans, such as no coating, less oily smoke, physical non-stickiness, sturdiness, and durability, etc., they still need to be carefully taken care of and cleaned in time to keep the pan […]
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Application of Titanium Alloys on Ships Titanium alloy is an alloy composed of titanium as a base material and other elements. It has the outstanding advantages of low density, high specific strength, good corrosion resistance, good heat and low-temperature resistance, non-magnetic, good impact resistance, and good welding performance. The hull components made of titanium alloy greatly improve […]
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Application of Titanium in Building Materials Traditional metal building materials are mainly copper, iron, aluminum, and stainless steel. With the progress of society, people have higher requirements for building materials, and they are increasingly inclined to use more advanced building materials like titanium and titanium alloys. In this article, we will take a deeper look at […]
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