gr1 gr2 gr3 gr4 gr5 gr7 gr9 gr12 gr23 tc11 tb5 tb9 tc20
ASTM B863, AWS A5.16 (titanium welding wire standard), ASTM F67, ASTM F136
1) Black surface with oxide
2) Picking surface (removing the oxide)
3) Bright surface (titanium original color)
Hot working status (R), cold working status (Y), annealing status (M)
1. Straight wire: 1-8mm, 5kg/plastic box,
2. In spool: 0.1-1mm, 0.8kg/spool, 1kg. spool, 10kg/spool
3. In coil: 1-8mm, 20-80kg per coil
Titanium wire is characterized by its light weight, high strength, metallic luster, and good corrosion resistance. Due to its stable chemical properties, it has good resistance to high temperature, low temperature, strong acid, and strong alkali, as well as high strength and low density, and is known as a "space metal", "smart metal", "biometallic metal", and "versatile metal".
Currently, over 80% of titanium and titanium alloy wires are used as titanium welding wires. For example, welding of various titanium equipment, welding pipes, repair welding of aviation jet engine turbine discs and blades, welding of gearbox, etc.
Titanium wire is widely used in industries such as chemical, pharmaceutical, paper, and jewelry due to its excellent corrosion resistance. For example, pure titanium wire is used to weave a filter screen.
Titanium and titanium alloy wires are used for manufacturing fasteners, load-bearing components, springs, etc. due to their excellent comprehensive performance.
Medical titanium wire: Titanium and titanium alloy wires are used to manufacture medical devices, implant dental crown fixation, skull fixation, etc. in the human body.
Titanium nickel alloy wire is used to manufacture satellite antennas and shoulder pads for clothing due to its shape memory function.
Titanium and titanium alloy wires are used to manufacture various electrodes in the electroplating and water treatment industries.
3D printing titanium wire: Commonly used 3D printing titanium wires include gr5 titanium wire and gr23 titanium wire. Due to their high specific strength and corrosion resistance, gr5 titanium wire is often used in high-performance industries, such as aerospace, medical, shipbuilding, and chemical engineering. gr23 titanium wire, due to its biocompatibility, corrosion resistance, and toughness, is printed into surgical instruments and spinal orthopedic rods, plates, screws, and other products for medical implants.