Our titanium products has all insoluble electrodes are manufactured with Titanium as basic component. Occasionally electrodes are also made from Niobium. In general electrodes are available in the form of plate, mesh, rod, wire, ribbon and customs built.
Grades - Titanium (Grade I & II) Specifications International Specifications :- ASME SB-265 Round Bar/Wire :- ASME SB-348 ASTM F-67 AMS 4921 ,AMS 4928,AMS 4957, AMS 4958 , AMS 4965, AMS 4967 ,AMS 4971, AMS 4978, AMS 4979 Pipe :- ASME SB-337, ASME SB-338 Tube :- ASME SB-337, ASME SB-338 AMS 4942 AMS 5582, AMS 5583 Fittings :- ASME SB-363 Forgings :- ASME SB-381 MIL-T-9046, MIL-T-9047 Forgings :- ASME SB-381 MIL-T-9046, MIL-T-9047 Weld Wire :- ASME SB-337, ASME SB-338
Description about grades
Titanium Grade 1-4 is pure Titanium, the other grades are alloys. Pure Titanium is used due to its high corrosion resistance, the alloys because of the extremely high strength to weight ratio.
Grade 1. Pure Titanium, relatively low strength and high ductility.
Grade 2. The pure titanium most used. The best combination of strength, ductility and weldability.
Grade 3. High strength Titanium, used for Matrix-plates in shell and tube heat exchangers.
Grade 5. The most manufactured titanium alloy. Exceedingly high strength. High heat resistance.
Grade 7. Superior corrosion resistance in reducing and oxidizing environments.
Grade 9. Very high strength and corrosion resistance..
Grade 12. Better heat resistance than pure Titanium. Applications as for Grade 7 and Grade 11.
Grade 23. Titanium-6Aluminum-4Vanadium ELI (Extra Low Interstitial) Alloy for surgical implant Applications.