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3 Major Functions and 10 Characteristics of Titanium

3 Major Functions and 10 Characteristics of Titanium

Functional materials are engineering materials based on physical properties, that is, materials with special properties in electrical, magnetic, acoustic, optical, thermal, etc., or materials that exhibit special functions under their action. Studies on titanium and titanium alloys have found that they have three special functions for application: Memory function: Titanium-nickel alloy has a one-way, two-way and all-round memory effect at a certain ambient temperature and is recognized as the best memory alloy. Pipe joints for oil pressure systems for fighters;…

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Best Brazing Method for Titanium and Its Alloys

Best Brazing Method for Titanium and Its Alloys

Titanium alloy is an active metal, which is widely used in aerospace, petrochemical and atomic energy industries. The main problems in titanium and titanium alloy brazing are as follows: 1 The affinity of titanium and its alloy with oxygen is large, and a very stable oxide film is easily formed on the surface, so that the solder can be wetted and spread, so it must be removed during brazing. 2 Titanium and its alloys have a tendency to absorb hydrogen,…

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Do You Know That Titanium Will Change Color?

Do You Know That Titanium Will Change Color?

In recent years, titanium pots made of pure titanium have become popular in everyone’s kitchens due to their corrosion resistance, light weight, high temperature resistance and no precipitation of heavy metals. After the titanium pot was used for a long time, many people found that it would change color. For example, when cooking, it was yellow; when the pot was cooled, it turned back to silvery white. Why does the titanium pot change color? This has a lot to do…

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Titanium – The STRONGEST METAL On Earth!

Titanium – The STRONGEST METAL On Earth!

This video will show the most durable metal on Earth — Titanium. To demonstrate the physical properties of titanium, he will try to compare with the grinder cut on the titanium plate in comparison to steel. Watch the video to see what will happen! BTW, the titanium plates used in this video are sponsored by Stanford Advanced Materials. You can visit https://www.samaterials.com/ for more information.  

Titanium Products and Image Gallery

Titanium Products and Image Gallery

Stanford Advanced Materials supplies a range of titanium products, including but not limited to the following categories: Fabricated Titanium: Various shapes such as wire, rod, sheet, plate, strip, foil, pipe, tube in different grades, custom products are available. Machined Titanium: Special shapes like fitting, flange, fastener, custom products are available. Nitinol (Nickel-Titanium alloy): Nitinol wire, sheet, strip, foil, spring, and other memory shape alloy products are available upon requests. Other Titanium products: Titanium mesh, high precision castings, titanium-clad materials. Here…

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Can Titanium Plates Be Left in the Body Safely?

Can Titanium Plates Be Left in the Body Safely?

In terms of trauma surgery, fracture caused by trauma mostly requires internal fixations such as steel plate, titanium plate, steel wire, and intramedullary nail fixation, and internal fixations need to remain in the body for more than two years until the fracture is healed. Does the internal fixation need to be removed after fracture healing? First, we need to know about the material of the internal fixator and its degradation characteristics. At present, most fracture plants are inert metals such…

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What are the uses of Titanium in All Walks of Life?

What are the uses of Titanium in All Walks of Life?

Titanium was an important structural metal developed in the 1950s. Titanium alloys are characterized by low density and thermal conductivity, high specific strength, good corrosion resistance, non-toxic, non-magnetic, good biocompatibility, and strong surface decoration, which are widely used in aviation, aerospace, chemical industry, petroleum, electric power, medical, construction, sports goods and other fields. Many countries in the world have realized the importance of titanium alloy materials and have developed them successively. Aviation industry The biggest users of titanium in aerospace…

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