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Titanium Tube Grade 2

TS, a titanium tubing supplier, stocks a focused inventory for the aerospace industry, for both the commercial and military markets. Titanium tubes are the ninth most abundant element in the earth’s crust and the seventh most abundant metal. Its low density, slightly over half that of steel, and......
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TS, a titanium tubing supplier, stocks a focused inventory for the aerospace industry, for both the commercial and military markets. Titanium tubes are the ninth most abundant element in the earth’s crust and the seventh most abundant metal.  Its low density, slightly over half that of steel, and its high strength combination is the reason for the metals growing preference in both military and commercial aircraft.  The alloying of titanium tubing with elements such as aluminum and vanadium increase the strength of titanium while at the same time retains its weight advantage over steel.

 

Even though our inventories are tailored to the aerospace industry, titanium tubing is used in many other industries/markets.

 

TITANIUM TUBING FOR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS:

titanium tubing

Marine Industry

Chemical and petrochemical  industry

Pulp and paper industry

Sporting goods - golf shafts, bicycle frames, etc.

Medical industry

Nuclear industry

Titanium is classified in two categories, commercially pure and alloys with additives such as aluminum and vanadium.  We are a titanium tubing supplier, and our inventories consist of both types and cover both seamless and welded methods of manufacture.

Titanium tubing suitable for environments and applications where the properties of stainless steels are not sufficient.


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Typical applications include tubing for the aerospace industry and heat-exchangers.

Titanium tubing is available in size range outside diameter 9.53–38.1 mm (3/8–1½ in.) with wall thicknesses from 0.7 to 5 mm (0.0275 to 0.1968 in.). The titanium tubes tubes are delivered in straight lengths or as U-bent tubes.

 

Grades and standards Mechanical properties Sizes and tolerances

Titanium tube grades (other grades are available on request)

Grade       UNS ASTM/ASME    W.Nr.        AFNOR

Ti Grade 1 (CP Ti)     R50250    Grade 1    W.Nr. 3.7025   T-35

Ti Grade 2 (CP Ti)     R50400    Grade 2    W.Nr. 3.7035   T-40

Ti Grade 3 (CP Ti)     R50550    Grade 3    W.Nr. 3.7055   T-50

Ti Grade 7         R52400    Grade 7    W.Nr. 3.7235   -

Ti Grade 9         R56320    Grade 9    W.Nr. 3.7195   T-A3V2.5

Ti Grade 11      R52250    Grade 11 W.Nr. 3.7225   -

Ti Grade 12      R53400    Grade 12 W.Nr. 3.7105   -

Ti Grade 16      R52402    Grade 16 -        -

Ti Grade 17      R52252    Grade 17 -        -

Ti Grade 26      R52404    Grade 26 -        -

Ti Grade 28      R52254    Grade 28 -        -

 grade     Description

Ti Grade 1 (CP Ti)     Relatively low-strength and high-ductility pure titanium (Cp).

Ti Grade 2 (CP Ti)     Medium-strength pure titanium (Cp).

Ti Grade 3 (CP Ti)     High strength pure titanium (Cp).

Ti Grade 7         Medium-strength Pd-alloyed titanium for enhanced corrosion properties.

Ti Grade 9         High-strength titanium alloyed with 3% Al and 2.5% V.

Ti Grade 11      Low-strength titanium plus 0.12-0.25% Pd for enhanced corrosion properties.

Ti Grade 12      High-strength titanium alloy plus 0.3% Mo and 0.8% Ni for enhanced corrosion properties.

Ti Grade 16      Medium-strength titanium plus 0.04-0.08% Pd for enhanced corrosion properties.

Ti Grade 17      Low-strength titanium plus 0.04-0.08% Pd for enhanced corrosion properties.

Ti Grade 26      Medium-strength titanium plus 0.08-0.14% Ru for enhanced corrosion properties.

Ti Grade 28      High-strength titanium alloy plus 3% Al, 2.5% V and 0.08%-0.14% Ru for enhanced corrosion properties.

Type of product        Grade(s)  Technical requirements*

according to

Titanium tubes and pipes         Ti and Ti alloy grades 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 11, 12, 16, 17, 26 and 28  ASTM B337, ASTM B338, ASME SB338

NACE MRO 175-94

VdTÜV 230/2

Dimensional tolerances acc. to DIN 17861 D3/T3 or closer

 

Titanium Tubing

Titanium is 30% stronger than steel, but is nearly 50% lighter. Titanium is 60% heavier than aluminum, but twice as strong. Titanium has excellent strength retention to 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Titanium is alloyed with aluminum, manganese, iron, molybdenum and other metals to increase strength, to withstand high temperatures, and to lighten the resultant alloy. Titanium’s high corrosion resistance is also a valuable characteristic; as when exposed to the atmosphere, titanium forms a tight, tenacious oxide film that resists many corrosive materials, particularly salt water.

 

In the 1950s, the titanium metal industry was established primarily in response to the emerging aerospace industry, which used it in the manufacture of airframe structural components and skin, aircraft hydraulic systems, air engine components, rockets, missiles, and spacecraft, where these properties are invaluable. The military also uses titanium in its guided missiles and in artillery. Other practical applications have evolved over time such as shipbuilding: in submarines, ship’s propellers, shafts, rigging, and other highly corrosive parts. Titanium is being increasingly utilized for medical applications due to its lightweight, its strength, and its hypoallergenic properties, as titanium is also nickel free. Titanium products are becoming increasingly utilized in other industries as well, from petrochemical applications to sporting goods.

 

Titanium alloys are commonly divided into three groups according to the type of crystal structure: 1. Ti with Al, Sn; 2. Ti with Al, Cr, Mo, V; 3. Ti with Al, V. They have good mechanical and punching properties and can be welded by various forms of welding procedures with welded joint strength up to 90% of base metal. Titanium is capable of corrosion resistance to chlorides, sulfides and ammonia, and has better corrosion resistance than aluminum, stainless steel and nickel alloy for seawater service.

 

Grades:Grade1, Grade2, Grade12, Grade16 etc.

 

Specifications:

ASTM B338 Standard Specification for Seamless and Welded Titanium and Titanium Alloy Tubes for Condensers and Heat Exchangers

GB/T 3625-2007 Standard Specification for Titanium and titanium alloy tube for condensers and heat exchangers

JIS H4631-2007 Standard Specification for Titanium and titanium alloy tubes for heat exchangers

 

Features:

1.High specific strength (tensile strength/density)

2.Good strength at intermediate temperature range of 450~500℃

3.Better corrosion resistance performance in sea water, wet chlorine and chloride solution

4.Good low-temperature performance

5.Low elastic modulus and thermal conductivity, Nonmagnetic

6.High hardness

7.Good thermal plasticity            


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