Titanium Sheet as per ASTM Standard

January 18, 2022 at 7:23 PMTiaano

Titanium is an exceptional material for a number of things, including fasteners, and they host a number of positives including corrosion resistance and strength alongside being lightweight.

In regards to its physical properties, titanium is held in high regard due to its strength-to-weight ratio. The metal is strong and relatively ductile. It has a high melting point, which makes it useful in a number of applications that could involve high heats. It is however not magnetic and does not conduct electricity or heat well, and without proper cooling methods can often gall when being machined.

Where can Titanium’s attributes be used?

The strength and low weight of Titanium make it exceptionally unique, and some grades of Titanium can be anywhere from two to four times stronger than some grades of Stainless Steel. These features make Titanium ideal in some aerospace, medical and military applications.

They are also resistant to a number of solutions, and Titanium Fasteners can often be found in saltwater environments making them perfect for industries like salination, oil and naval. They are resistant to almost every chlorine or chloride solution, including chlorite, hypochlorite, chlorate, perchlorate and chlorine dioxide. If the chlorine is used with the absence of water, or as a gas, this can cause rapid corrosion.


Tiaano’s supply of Titanium Sheet or Titanium Plate As per ASTM Standard

November 7, 2021 at 9:01 PMTiaano

Titanium is most likely to play more important role in electro chemical applications. Its excellent properties such as low density, high mechanical strength and good corrosion resistance give it many advantages.

Tiaano is a known manufacturer and exporter of Titanium Gr 1 Sheets and Plates also Titanium anodes and cathodes. Titanium Gr 1 Plates is the most commonly used Titanium worldwide and is the most commonly used alloy in the oilfield, where this alpha-beta alloy is also called as the workhorse alloy of the titanium industry.

Titanium Sheet and Plate Specifications:-

Specifications          : ASTM / ASME SB265

Size: Max. 2000 mm

Thickness: Min.0.5 mm to 20 mm

Titanium is an element (chemical symbol Ti, atomic number 22) with a low density and strong durability. It is a strong, lustrous, corrosion-resistant transition metal with a silver color. The two most useful properties of the metal form are corrosion resistance and the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal.

Titanium is 30% stronger than steel, but is nearly 50% lighter. Titanium is 60% heavier than aluminum, but twice as strong. Titanium has excellent strength retention to 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Titanium’s high corrosion resistance is also a valuable characteristic; as when exposed to the atmosphere, titanium forms a tight, tenacious oxide film that resists many corrosive materials, particularly salt water.

Here are 5 uses for titanium plates:-

Laptop Computers - laptop manufacturers

Aerospace Industry

Architecture and Art - buildings and sculptures

Armor and protection applications


September 16, 2021 at 7:23 PMTiaano

Titanium has excellent corrosion resistance property, excellent weldability and is used in a wide variety of applications. This grade material is mainly used in marine and chemical industries where the parts are subjected to very harsh environments. Various industries make use of titanium sheet, including: Aerospace, Jet engines, protective assemblies, airframes, and firewalls. Power generation Protective assemblies and firewalls. Automotive cut or stamped engine parts such as wrist pins and springs.

Grade 2 titanium is called the “workhorse” of the commercially pure titanium industry, thanks to its varied usability and wide availability. It shares many of the same qualities as Grade 1 titanium, but it is slightly stronger. Both are equally corrosion resistant. ... Medical industry.

Typical applications for Grade 2 titanium include oil & gas components, reaction and pressure vessels, tubing or piping systems, heat exchangers, liners, flue-gas desulphurization systems and many other industrial components.

Is titanium a good conductor?

The flow of electrons through a metal due to a drop in potential is known as electrical conductivity. Titanium is not a good conductor of electricity. If the conductivity of copper is considered to be 100%, titanium would have a conductivity of 3.1%.

Why is titanium a poor conductor?

Titanium has its outer shell completely filled, but the next one down partially filled. The electrons are somewhat available to share, but are a bit more closely associated with the nucleus. This makes titanium a worse conductor than copper or aluminum.



September 16, 2021 at 7:17 PMTiaano

Titanium Sheet

Titanium are principally used for chemical process area where strength, Corrosion resistance, lightweight and ability to withstand extremes of temperature. It is 40% lighter than steel but as strong as high-strength steel. Titanium is an enormously useful metal. Its unique properties mean it sees widespread usage in an array of critical applications. Many applications require complete non-magnetic tools to be used in order to avoid any magnetic disturbance

Tiaano offer Titanium sheet as per ASTM Standard Specification with Grade1, 2, 5 and 7 to suit applications that required a thin, bendable metal.

Tiaano also provide the Titanium sheet, wire, rod, seamless tube and expanded mesh with Mixed Metal Oxide coated or Platinum Plated as anode and cathodes for various application. Especially for Impressed Current Cathodic Protection, Electro Plating, Hard Chrome Plating, Water Ionization, Electro Chlorination, Chemical Production, electrolysis applications, Electrolytic Recovery, Electro – Chemical Sensing, Electro Winning refining of metals, Electro Galvanizing, , Regeneration of Chromic Acid, Electro – dialysis, Electrolytic production of Sodium hydro Chlorate and Equipments.

Key Benefits of Titanium:-

Favorable dimensional stability

Corrosion resistance ensures durability with easy maintainability.

High resistance to corrosion

Resistance to oxidation