|Common Titanium bolts specification||DIN912 hex socket head cap bolts|
|DIN7991 hex socket countersunk head bolts|
|ISO 7380 hex socket button head bolts|
|DIN933 hex head bolts|
|DIN913 hex socket set bolts|
|DIN 912 TX torx socket cap head bolts|
|DIN6921 hex flange bolts|
|ISO4014 hex head bolts|
|Other bolts can be customized according to drawing.|
|Material standard||ASTM B348, ASTM B381, ASTM F67, ASTM F136|
During the construction of nuclear reactors, many components, pipes and related parts need a large number of titanium and titanium alloy metals, and titanium alloy screws are one of them.
Previously, many mobile phones and computers used steel screws. But the steel has magnetism and needs demagnetization treatment, otherwise the steel screws are easily magnetized by the influence of electromagnetic fields, which affects the network signal. Titanium alloy screws are non magnetic, lightweight, and have high strength, making them very suitable for use as fasteners in electronic devices.
Titanium is a biometallic metal widely used in the medical industry. Titanium alloy screws are commonly used as bone joining materials in clinical orthopedics, as well as in the production of dental implants and intramedullary nails. They are sturdy and not easily deformed.
The aerospace industry remains the most important user of titanium, and using titanium alloy bolts instead of steel bolts with similar strength has a significant effect on reducing aircraft weight. In addition, titanium alloy has good elasticity and no magnetism, which also plays a very important role in preventing screw loosening and magnetic field interference.