Titanium Alloy Wire Pure Titanium Wire Ti Wire
|Packed in Wooden Cases/Iron Drums
|High temperature molybdenum wire diameter 0.18mm 0
|500 / Ton
A silvery white metal
Pure titanium is a silver-white metal, which has many excellent properties. With a density of 4.54g/cm3, titanium is 43% lighter than steel and slightly heavier than the venerable light metal magnesium. The mechanical strength is about the same as steel, twice as strong as aluminum and five times as strong as magnesium. Titanium is high temperature resistant, melting point 1942K, nearly 1000K higher than gold, nearly 500K higher than steel.
Classification of titanium wires
Titanium wire is divided into: titanium wire, titanium alloy wire, pure titanium glasses wire, titanium straight wire, pure titanium wire, titanium welding wire, titanium hanging wire, titanium disk wire, titanium bright wire, medical titanium wire, titanium nickel alloy wire.
Specification of titanium wire
Titanium wire size
A, titanium wire specification: φ0.8-φ6.0mm
B, glasses titanium wire specification: φ1.0-φ6.0mm special titanium wire
C, titanium wire specification: φ0.2-φ8.0mm special hanging device
The main standard of titanium wire
The grade of titanium wire
TA0 TA1, TA2, TA3 TA4, TA5, TA6, TA7, TA9, TA10, TC1 and TC2, TC3, TC4, TC6, TC11, GR1, GR2, GR3, GR5 Ti6AL4V ELI, Ti6AL7Nb, Ti13Nb13Zr, Ti1533
The state of the titanium wire
Annealed state (M) Hot working state (R) Cold working state (Y) (Annealed, ultrasonic flaw detection)
The surface of titanium wire
Pickling surface bright surface
Use of titanium wire
Military, medical, sporting goods, glasses, earrings, headwear, electroplating hanging, welding wire and other industries.
Titanium wire carburizing surface treatment editor broadcast
Titanium wire forms a stable carbide with higher hardness with carbon. The growth of the carbonization layer between titanium and carbon is determined by the diffusion rate of titanium in the carbonization layer.
The solubility of carbon in titanium is small: 0.3% at 850X: at 600C, it drops to about 0.1%B. Due to small solubility of carbon in titanium, it is basically your face to stiffen via one layer or another: layers of sediment inside your inner akimbo domain. Carburizing must be carried out under the condition of oxygen removal, because the surface layer hardness of the powder used for steel carburizing against the surface of carbon monoxide or oxygen containing carbon monoxide is up to 2700MPa and 8500MPa, and the target. It flaks off easily.
In contrast, under deoxygenation or decarbonization conditions, a thin titanium carbide layer may be formed when carburized in charcoal. This layer has a hardness of 32OUOMPa, consistent with the hardness of titanium carbide. The depth of the carburizing layer is roughly greater than that of the nitriding layer under the same conditions. Under the condition of oxygen enrichment, the influence of oxygen absorption on the hardening depth must be considered. Only under the condition of very thin layer thickness, in vacuum or argon-methane atmosphere, humanized toner can form sufficient adhesion strength. Compared with this, the use of gas carburizing agent may form a particularly hard and good bonding titanium carbide hardening layer. At the same time, the hardening spread formed at temperatures between 950T: and 10201: was between 50fim and 50FIm. With the increase of the thickness of the layer, the titanium carbide layer becomes brittle and tends to flake t. In order to avoid the intrusion of carbon inclusions into the titanium carbide layer due to the decomposition of rayane, gas carburizing should be performed in the inert gas with a specified dosage additive with a volume fraction of about 2% rayane. When the propane additive is used and the methane is carburized, the surface hardness is lower. When gas carburized propane is used under the condition of OkPa, although the thickness of the hardened layer is very thin, it has the best wear resistance. The hydrogen is absorbed with a gas type carburizing agent, but it has to be removed again during vacuum annealing.