Titanium pipe fittings are the connecting parts of the piping system. Industrial metal pipe fittings are divided into high-end metal pipe fittings and ordinary metal pipe fittings according to compression resistance and corrosion resistance. The material used for general metal pipe fittings is carbon steel, and the materials used for high-end metal pipe fittings are generally high-grade steel, alloy steel, titanium, nickel, High-performance materials such as zirconium materials and bimetallic composite materials. We mainly supply high-end metal pipe fittings.
Titanium pipe fittings work in humid air and seawater media, and their corrosion resistance is significantly higher than that of stainless steel, and they are strong in pitting corrosion, acid corrosion and stress corrosion.
Titanium alloy can still maintain its mechanical properties at low temperature.
The density of titanium alloy is generally about 4.51g/cubic centimeter, which is 60% of steel. The specific strength (strength/density) of titanium alloy is much greater than that of other metal structural materials.
Titanium pipe fittings can be maintained for a long time at 450-500°C, and the strength is high, but the specific strength of aluminum alloy decreases at 150°C, and the working temperature of titanium alloy can reach below 500°C. The temperature can reach below 200°C.