Titanium is a lustrous, white metal when pure. It has a low density, good toughness, durability, high strength-to-weight ratio, excellent corrosion resistance and biological compatibility. Titanium can be alloyed with iron, aluminium, vanadium, molybdenum, among other elements, to produce strong lightweight alloys. Pure titanium and its alloys are widely used in aerospace, military, petrochemical, marine, biomaterial, automobile, prosthetics, and sporting equipment.
1. Titanium ingot, billet and slab
2. Titanium plate, sheet, foil, strip, ribbon ( cold rolled and hot rolled ) Standards: ASTM B265, AMS, MIL For cold rolled, size available: Thick 0.02mm ~ 5mm * Wide 1200mm max * Long 2500mm max For hot rolled, size available: Thick 5mm ~ 80mm * Wide 3000mm max * Long 6000mm max
3. Titanium round rod, rectangular bar ( forged and rolled ) Standards: ASTM B348, ASTM F136, ASTM F67, AMS, MIL, JIS Size available: Outer Diameter 3mm ~ 350mm * Long 6000mm max
7. Titanium Clad Material Ti clad Cu, Ti clad Nickel, Ti Clad Stainless Steel
8. Featured Titanium alloys & Cermets
Titanium Grade 5 (Ti6Al4V): Available in both annealed and STA (Solution Treated & Aged) conditions. Key Words: Ti-6-4; UNS R56400; DIN 3.7165; ASTM Grade 5 titanium; UNS R56401 (ELI); Ti6Al4V, biomaterials, biomedical implants, biocompatibility
Titanium Grade 9 ( Ti-3Al-2.5V, UNS R56320 ) Keywords: Ti-3Al-2.5V, UNS R56320, DIN 3.7195, AMS 4943, AMS 4944, AMS 4945, ASTM B265, ASTM B337, ASTM B338, MIL-T-9047, MIL-T-9046
Titanium Grade 23 (Ti6Al4V ELI, Ti-6Al-4V-ELI, Ti 6-4 ELI ) Keywords: Titanium Ti6Al4V Eli Grade 23, UNS R56401, ASTM B-265, F-136; ASME B-265, AMS 4907-4, MIL-T-9046
TiNi Alloys ( NiTi alloys, Nitinol ) TiNi alloy (NiTi alloy, also know as Nitinol ) is a shape memory alloy, which has been found that they can recover substantial amounts of strain, and/or generate significant force, when changing shape.
Niobium-titanium (NbTi) is an alloy of niobium and 44% ~ 48% titanium, which is used industrially for superconducting applications.
Titanium Carbide ( TiC ) Titanium carbide (TiC ) is an extremely hard (Mohs 9-9.5) refractory ceramic material, similar to tungsten carbide, which is extensively used in tool bits for cutting tools.