The strength of titanium alloy titanium coil is higher than that of fine steel. Titanium alloy has good heat resistance, low temperature toughness and fracture toughness. Titanium equipment is mostly used for aircraft and other parts and rocket, missile structural parts and titanium installation equipment.
Titanium silver is bright, light, strong, and has quite good corrosion resistance. The metal made of titanium material will not deform, will not fade, and it is easy to maintain. As long as it is gently wiped with a cotton cloth, it will restore its luster and operate. The longer the time, the better the brightness.
Titanium has stable chemical properties and good biocompatibility. In the human body, it can resist the erosion of exudate, has no harm to people’s body, and conforms to arbitrary sterilization methods. Because the titanium in the titanium coil has quite high corrosion resistance and stability, there will be no chemical reaction between the material and the drying time, so it is a metal that has no effect on people’s autonomic nerves and taste, and will not cause Overreaction.
Pure titanium is non-magnetic and has very low thermal conductivity at high temperatures. In addition, pure titanium is in a semi-reflective state under X-rays, and metal artifacts will not appear in MRI examinations. Titanium metal has high requirements for processing technology due to its high strength, high metal elasticity, and poor ductility.
- 1. It has excellent corrosion resistance in a variety of media, and the tube wall is thinner, which increases the heat transfer efficiency.
- 2. The surface is smooth and has no fouling layer, and the fouling coefficient is greatly reduced.
- 3. Low density, high strength, small size and light weight.
The titanium in the titanium coil has excellent physical and chemical properties, low density, light weight, high strength, good corrosion resistance, mechanical properties and weldability, making it used in many fields: for chemical equipment, offshore power generation Equipment, sea water desalination equipment, ship parts, electroplating industry and other industries. The corrosion resistance is 15% stronger than stainless steel, and the service life is about 10% longer than stainless steel.
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