Titanium layer thickness
Base material thickness
The production of titanium processed materials in Japan began in 1954, while titanium steel composite plates began in 1962. At that time, the production method was explosive composite method, which was a combination of explosive energy. In 1986, the explosive+thick plate hot rolling method and continuous hot rolling strip coil production method were developed, mainly referring to the production of thin plates.
The titanium clad steel plates manufactured by explosion and hot rolling methods are thick plates, mainly used as corrosion-resistant structural materials, such as for chemical equipment and condenser tube plates used in power generation equipment. The titanium clad steel plates manufactured by continuous hot rolling is a thin plate mainly used for lining marine steel structures, and its application field is marine civil engineering.