Titanium Welded Tubes
FD Titanium offer Titanium Welded Tubes which used for Heat-Exchanger and Condensors
FD Titanium is a Titanium Welded Tubes Supplier that offers Titanium Welded Tubes and Nickel Alloy Welded Tubes. Titanium Tube materials are Grade 1 and Grade 2, Nickel Alloy Tube materails are INCLOLOY, INCONEL, Hastelloy. These welded tubes are suitable for low-pressure applications and pipeline systems. FD Titanium is also a supplier of the titanium strip and Nickel Alloy strip which are the main raw materials of welded tube.
Specification: ASTM B338, ASTM B862
Grade: Grade 1, Grade 2, INCOLOY 800/825/840, INCONEL 600/625, Hastelloy C276
Size: OD 6mm ~89mm , Thickness 0.3mm ~3mm
Advantage : Better Surface, High Precision and Uniform Wall Thickness
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Low density, High strength and High specific strength
The density of titanium is 4.51g/cm3, 57% of that of steel. Titanium is less than twice as heavy as aluminum, and its strength is three times greater than aluminum. The specific strength (strength/density ratio) of titanium alloy is the largest among common industrial alloys, and the specific strength of titanium alloy is 3.5 times that of stainless steel; 1.3 times of aluminum alloy; The magnesium alloy is 1.7 times of that of the aerospace industry, so it is an indispensable structural material.
Excellent Corrosion Resistance
Titanium's passivity depends on the presence of oxide film, which makes it more resistant to corrosion in oxidizing media. However, it is more vulnerable to high-rate corrosion in reducing media. Some corrosive media that titanium will not be affected by include seawater and wet chlorine. In other corrosive media, however, titanium is more likely to be affected by high-rate corrosion. Titanium is resistant to corrosion when it is exposed to strong sulfuric acid or nitric acid, or to a mixture of these, even if it contains free chlorine. A protective oxide film is often formed when titanium touches water, even if it contains only a small amount. If titanium is not exposed to enough water, it will oxidize and cause a violent reaction, even spontaneous combustion.
Great Heat Resistance
The properties of aluminum and stainless steel are generally lost at 150 and 310 degrees, while titanium alloy's mechanical properties are good at around 500 degrees. However, when the aircraft's speed increases by 2.7 times the sound speed, it will cause the aircraft's surface temperature to reach 230 degrees, which is too hot for aluminum and magnesium alloys to be used, and titanium alloy will meet the requirements.
Great Low-temperature Performance
The strength of some titanium alloys increases with the decrease of temperature, but the plasticity decreases little. They still have good ductility and toughness at low temperatures, and are suitable for use at ultra-low temperatures.
Titanium is nonmagnetic. It is used for the shell of submarine and some marine electrical products, and will not cause electromagnetic interference.
Low Thermal Conductivity
The thermal conductivity of titanium is only 1/5 of steel, 1/13 of aluminum and 1/25 of copper. Poor thermal conductivity is a disadvantage of titanium, but this feature can be used in some cases.
Titanium is easily oxidized at high temperature
Titanium has a strong binding force with hydrogen and oxygen. Pay attention to prevent oxidation and hydrogen absorption. Titanium welding shall be conducted under argon protection to prevent pollution. Titanium tubes and thin plates shall be heat treated in vacuum, and the micro oxidizing atmosphere shall be controlled during the heat treatment of titanium forgings.
Low Damping Resistance
Use titanium and other metal materials (copper, steel) to make clocks of the same shape and size. When each clock is knocked with the same force, it will be found that the titanium clock oscillates for a long time, that is, the energy given to the clock by striking is not easy to disappear. Therefore, we say that titanium has low damping performance.
Titanium strip cleaning → Tube Forming → Welding → Eddy current for welds → Online annealing → Straightening → Eddy current Test → Laser Measurement → Online Marking → Fixed length cutting → Ultrasonic Test → Plain Ends → Pneumatic test → Final inspection → Packaging and Warehousing
The mechanical properties are basically the same
Surface better than Seamless Titanium Tube
Outstanding Advantages in Cost and Environmental
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