Titanium metals are light, strong, corrosion resistant, and can be shaped as quickly as stainless steel. They can also be made into different shapes. Alloying Titanium with other metals makes it more durable. Titanium is used in aircraft, spacecraft, sports equipment, bikes, mobility aids, and other objects. Titanium shapes in stock include rods, bars, sheets, plates, and more. If you can't find the right shape, size, length, or grade of the titanium you need, one of our sales reps can help you today.
Titanium is an element found in the earth's crust with an atomic number of 22. Titanium's strength-to-weight ratio is one of the best of any metal which makes it extremely useful in the manufacturing industry and in applications that demand resistance to corrosion and heat and strong mechanical properties.
Titanium alloys combine titanium and other metals, such as iron, aluminum, or vanadium. The resulting metal is lightweight yet strong, making it ideal for manufacturing.
The aerospace industry was one of the first to use titanium metal for manufacturing. They were looking for a strong yet lightweight material for their aircraft. The medical industry also uses titanium metal. Doctors use it for implants and other tools because it is biocompatible and will not cause an adverse reaction with human tissue.
Titanium is often used in manufacturing because of its incredible strength. The metal is also resistant to corrosion, making it ideal for products exposed to harsh conditions or chemicals. The metal alloy has excellent corrosion resistance and chemical inertness, making it a perfect choice for manufacturing parts for your car, boat, or plane.
There are six grades of titanium, each with different properties that make them ideal for various applications. The most common are titanium grade 2 and titanium grade 5, which are both strong and lightweight.
|Titanium Square||Titanium square is known for its high strength and resistance to corrosion. Titanium metals are used in products such as planes, bridges, roofs, boats, golf clubs, and car parts.|
|Titanium Round Bar||The titanium round bar is lightweight and has a tensile strength higher than any other metal. There are more uses for titanium than just for manufacturing, though. Dentists use it to create crowns, and orthodontists even use it to create braces.|
|Titanium Tube||Titanium tube is often used in aerospace because of their high strength-to-weight ratio. They can withstand temperatures as low as -400 degrees Fahrenheit and 1,600 degrees Fahrenheit.|
|Titanium Sheet||Titanium sheets also create industrial housings, components, and fasteners. With an excellent strength-to-weight ratio, titanium sheets are often chosen for aircraft structural parts.|
|Titanium Plates||Titanium plates are produced by rolling, drawing, or extruding the metal into the desired thickness. The final products are then cut to size and shaped as needed. These processes result in a seamless, strong sheet with high strength and good corrosion resistance.|
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