Titanium has a high tensile strength, and is very strong. Titanium is lighter in weight due to the presence of aluminum and is also very resistant to corrosion. An alloy obtained by combining iron and some other chemicals. The alloy is named as Titanium. The chemical elements that are present in the alloy are 6% of Aluminium, 4% of Vanadium, 0.25% of Iron, and 0.2% of Oxygen. All these chemicals and metals present in the alloy give it some of the best properties. Titanium can withstand extreme temperatures and conditions.
The thing with titanium is that it is expensive so this application is limited to military and medical and many other applications. This mixture has a solid solubility that changes dramatically with temperature, allowing it to undergo precipitation strengthening. This heat treatment process is carried out after the alloy has worked to its final shape, but allows for much easier fabrication of a high-strength product before it can be used. Alloys Titanium has four categories i.e. alpha alloys, near-alpha alloys, alpha and beta alloys, beta alloys and near-beta alloys. These are just categories and not grades, though the grades are different.
Titanium Grade 2 Tubes is suitable for many applications similar to Grade 1, but is very strong which allows it to be a metal for many applications. Grade 2 has good weldability, strength, ductility, and is used mostly in bar and sheet sizes.
A seamless tube is a type of tube that is commonly used by the world. Seamless tubes are relatively stronger than others and are much stronger. The process of manufacturing a seamless tube is long and complicated, but it all leads to the production of excellent tubes. The seamless Tubes is made using one piece of metal so it is much stronger and highly prevents and leakage and corrosion depends on the type of material used to manufacture the Tubes. The seamless Tubes comes in several size right from 50mm to 500mm or even 1 meter in diameter. The Tubes thickness plays a significant role as it avoids leakage.
The grades mentioned above are used for the following applications- Architecture, Power generation, Medical industry, Hydro-carbon processing, Marine industry, Exhaust pipe shrouds, Airframe skin, Desalination, Chemical processing, Chlorate manufacturing, Aerospace structures, Chemical processing, Medical industry, Marine industry, Airframe components, Cryogenic vessels Heat exchangers, CPI equipment, Condensor tubing, Surgical hardware, Pickling baskets, Chemical processing, Chlorate manufacturing, Desalination, Marine applications, Aircraft turbines, Engine components, Aircraft structural components, Aerospace fasteners, High-performance automatic parts, Marine applications, Sports equipments, Orthopedic pins and screws, Orthopedic cables, Ligature clips, Surgical staples, Springs, Orthodontic appliances, In joint replacements, Cryogenic vessels, Bone fixation devices, Shell and heat exchangers, Hydrometallurgical applications, Elevated temperature chemical manufacturing, Marine and airfare components