Commercially Pure Titanium
Titanium by virtue of its excellent corrosion resistance and high strength-to-weight ratio finds application in the aerospace, chemical, petrochemical, marine, paper and pulp, textile, food and dairy industries and in prosthetics
|Grade||Uns No.||Conformity To International Specn.||Known Near Equivalent|
|Titan 12||R 50250||ASTM B 265/B 348 GRADE 1||IMI 115|
|Titan 15||R 50400||ASTM B 265/B 348 GRADE 2||IMI 125|
|Titan 31||R 56400||ASTM B 265/B 348 GRADE 5||IMI 318|
|Titan 12/15||Excellent resistance to corrosion by a wide range of natural and artificial environment .
Excellent strength to weight ratio in view of low density and high strength.
Airframes, aircraft engine parts, gas compression, chemical desalination, marine components, plate heat-exchangers, platinized anodes, surgicals implants, anodes for chlor-alkali cells, jigs, fixtures and baskets for electro plating.
|Titan 31||High strength to weight ratio.
High specific strength at elevated temperatures.
Excellent resistance at temperatures upto 520° C
High fatigue strength and tough.
Rocket motor, structural forgings and fasteners, pressure vessels, gas and chemical pumps, cryogenic parts, ordnance equipment, marine components, steam turbine blades.