Characteristics and applications of TA1, TA2, TC4,TA9.
Pure titanium rod
TA1, TA2, and TA3 are considered pure titanium. We provide pure titanium rods to meet the needs and expectations of a range of industries
TA1 pure titanium rod
Compared to other metal rods, TA1 titanium rods are the most soft and ductile metal we provide. Nevertheless, TA1 has a high level of formability, corrosion resistance, and impact toughness.
Our titanium rods are widely used in chemical processing, construction, and automotive parts, and TA1 titanium rods are also used in the medical industry for surgical implants and equipment.
TA2 pure titanium rod
TA2 titanium rods are known as the commercial "main force" and can provide useful strength for a wide range of applications. Comparing TA2 titanium with TA1 titanium, TA2 titanium has slightly higher strength and excellent weldability, strength, and ductility, ultimately making it a conventional choice in industry.
TA2 titanium rods can be used for applications similar to TA1 titanium rods, as well as for power generation, hydrocarbon processing, and seawater desalination.
Titanium alloy rod
Titanium forms an alloy with another metal to achieve higher strength. Combining the characteristics of titanium with other metals will provide a reliable metal with excellent quality.
TC4 titanium alloy rod
As the "main" titanium alloy, TC4 has countless advantages, which is also why it is so popular. Although TC4 titanium is known for its high strength and low weight, its strength can be improved through heat treatment. Like any other titanium rod or plate, TC4 titanium alloy also has corrosion resistance.
TC4 titanium is used in the following industries; Aerospace, marine, and medical applications can also be used for chemical processing. In addition, these titanium rods are also used to manufacture aircraft turbines, engine components, and automatic components.
TA9 titanium alloy rod
Some of the features of TA9 we provide are similar to those of TA2. The physical and mechanical strength of TA9 titanium rods can be closely connected to TA2 titanium rods, but they have higher corrosion resistance and high weldability. You will find that TA9 titanium is useful in manufacturing production equipment and components in corrosive environments. In addition, it is designed specifically for chemical processing applications, with high strength and reliability.
TA10 titanium alloy rod
TA10 (Ti-0.3Mo-0.8Ni) titanium alloy is a corrosion-resistant titanium alloy developed to improve the crevice corrosion performance of pure titanium α Alloy, which contains 0.3% Mo and 0.8% Ni, not only strengthens the alloy, but also has good resistance to crack corrosion at high temperatures, low pH chlorides or weak reducing acids. Its corrosion resistance is better than pure titanium and close to TA9 alloy. TA10 alloy also has good process plasticity and welding performance, and has been fully applied in the chemical industry. This alloy can be used in an annealed state