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Grade1 / Grade2 /Grade9 / 6Al-4V or Grade 5 / 6AL-4V ELI or Grade 23.

we are one of the most reputed Importers and Exporters in all types of Titanium products in india.We offer titanium sheets,plates,coils,foils,roundbars,pipes,tubes,wires & electrode in different type of thickness,sizes,specification,grades and dimensions.we are a leading global supplier and exporters of titanium and titanium alloy products.we also planning to became a titanium roundbars manufacturers india.titanium can be alloyed with a number of different elements for a number of applications, including aerospace, military, automotive and industrial process.

Titanium is known as a transition metal on the periodic table of elements denoted by the symbol Ti. It is a lightweight, silver-gray material with an atomic number of 22 and an atomic weight of 47.90. It has a density of 4510 kg/m 3 , which is somewhere between the densities of aluminum and stainless steel as It has a melting point of roughly 3,032°F (1,667°C) and a boiling point of 5,948°F (3,287 C). It behaves chemically similar to zirconium and silicon. It has excellent corrosion resistance and a high strength to weight ratio.having vast knowledge of titanium & titanium alloy products we are huge titanium sheets suppliers in india.

Titanium short History

Most historians credit William Gregor for the discovery of titanium. In 1791, he was working with menachanite (a mineral found in England) when he recognized the new element and published his results. The element was rediscovered a few years later in the ore rutile by M. H. Klaproth, a German chemist. Klaproth named the element titanium after the mythological giants, the Titans.

Industrial verticals for titanium alloys

Aerospace & Aircraft Industries.

The aerospace industry is the largest user of titanium products. It is a useful material for this industry because of its high strength to weight ratio and high temperature properties. Titanium is typically used for airplane parts and fasteners.

These same properties make titanium useful for the personion of gas turbine engines while it is also used for other parts such as the compressor blades, casings, engine cowlings and heat shields.

Defence Industries.

Titanium has been used in aircraft for nearly 60 years now, especially in military aircraft. Forty-two percent of the structural weight of the Lockheed Martin F22 Raptor, which entered service in the US at the end of 2005, consists of titanium. And even back in the ‘60s, some 93 percent of the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird’s structural weight consisted of titanium alloys.

It is also used in the Lockheed Martin JSF (accounting for around a third of the aircraft by weight), and in the Airbus A350 and A380 commercial airliners.

Medical Industries.

he list of titanium’s benefits is lengthy. This makes it incredibly useful for a number of different industries, including the automotive, aerospace and architectural worlds. But because titanium resists corrosion, is biocompatible and has an innate ability to join with human bone, it has become a staple of the medical field, as well.

From surgical titanium instruments to orthopedic titanium rods, pins and plates, medical and dental titanium has truly become the fundamental material used in medicine.

Industrial Applications.

Titanium is used in engine applications such as rotors, compressor blades, hydraulic system components and nacelles. Titanium 6AL-4V alloy accounts for almost 50% of all alloys used in aircraft applications.

Appliances and Architectural Applications.

Titanium metal is used in automotive applications, particularly in automobile or motorcycle racing, where weight reduction is critical while maintaining high strength and rigidity. 

Titanium is used in many sporting goods: tennis rackets, golf clubs, lacrosse stick shafts, cricket, hockey, lacrosse and football helmet grills, and bicycle frames and components.

Commercially pure titanium

There are four grades of commercially pure titanium, categorized by strength, so the most appropriate material can be selected according to the required strength and workability.

They are used for non-structural applications, such as water supply systems for galleys and sanitary, and for ducts and piping, many of which require corrosion resistance and good formability.

titanium alloy

titanium alloy is designed for a good balance of characteristics, including: strength, ductility, fracture toughness, high temperature strength, creep characteristics, weldability, workability, and thermal processability (higher strength is easily obtained by heat treatment).

This alloy is therefore used for many airframe and engine parts. Furthermore, there are many actual applications of this alloy in aircraft where high reliability is required, and further, the availability of abundant data promotes its application.

we have large and varied inventory of titanium mill-person forms such as plate,sheet,coil,strip,foil,billet,bar and wire.Our material is of prime quality and is fully certifiable to orthopedic(ASTM F-136,F167 and F1472),aerospace (AMS, Mil-T) and industrial specifications (ASTM and ASME).

    Available in the following forms:

    • Sheet
    • Coil
    • Plate
    • Bar
    • Rod
    • Tube
    • Wire
    • Billet
    • Forging

    Commercially Pure Titanium:

    • Grade 1
    • Grade 2
    • Grade 3
    • Grade 4
    • Grade 7
    • Grade 11

    Titanium Alloys:

    • 6Al-4V or Grade 5
    • 6AL-4V ELI or Grade 23
    • Grade 12
    • 5Al-2.5Sn
    • Ti 6Al-4V (AMS 4928, AMS 4965, ASTM Grade 5, AMS 4911)
    • Ti 6Al-4V ELI (AMS 4930, ASTM F136)
    • 6-6-2 (AMS 4978, AMS 4918)
    • 6-2-4-2 (AMS 4975, AMS 4919, AMS 4976)
    • 10-2-3 (AMS 4984)

    Available on demand AMS Grades of pure titanium & titanium alloys.

    AMS4897, AMS4898, AMS4899, AMS4900, AMS4901, AMS4902, AMS4903, AMS4904, AMS4905, AMS4907, AMS4908, AMS4909, AMS4910, AMS4911, AMS4912, AMS4913, AMS4914, AMS4915, AMS4916, AMS4917, AMS4918, AMS4919, AMS4920, AMS4921, AMS4922, AMS4923, AMS4924, AMS4925, AMS4926, AMS4927, AMS4928, AMS4929, AMS4930, AMS4931, AMS4932, AMS4933, AMS4934, AMS4935, AMS4936, AMS4937, AMS4938, AMS4939, AMS4940, AMS4941, AMS4942, AMS4943, AMS4944, AMS4945, AMS4946, AMS4949, AMS4950, AMS4951, AMS4952, AMS4953, AMS4954, AMS4955, AMS4956, AMS4957, AMS4958, AMS4959, AMS4962, AMS4963, AMS4964, AMS4965, AMS4966, AMS4967, AMS4968, AMS4969, AMS4970, AMS4971, AMS4972, AMS4973, AMS4974, AMS4975, AMS4976, AMS4977, AMS4978, AMS4979, AMS4980, AMS4981, AMS4928, AMS4983, AMS4984, AMS4985, AMS4986, AMS4987, AMS4988, AMS4989, AMS4990, AMS4991, AMS4992, AMS4993, AMS4994, AMS4995, AMS4996, AMS4997, AMS4998, AMS4999.