Industries We Serve
Many countries have begun to use a large number of titanium materials in their conventional submarines, nuclear submarines, aircraft carriers, surface ships and submersibles to replace CuNi alloys, stainless steel and nickel-based alloys to manufacture power systems (steam generators and propellers, etc.). ), the equipment and components of the piping system to the sea, heat exchangers, pressure housings, sonar systems, fire protection systems, pump valve systems, communication systems, etc.
The use of titanium alloys greatly prolongs the service life of equipment, reduces maintenance costs, and improves safety, carrying capacity and maneuverability.
Chlor-alkali, Petroleum, Chemical Industries
Titanium metal has excellent corrosion resistance and mechanical properties and is widely used in chemical applications, titanium can replace stainless steel as a corrosion-resistant material, which is of great significance in extending the service life of equipment, reducing costs, preventing pollution, and improving productivity.
In the production of chlorine, titanium equipment and pipes account for almost a quarter of its total mass.
As an important structural metal, titanium alloy is widely used in the aerospace field due to its low density, high strength, heat resistance, corrosion resistance, thermal conductivity, and fatigue resistance.
Titanium fasteners and special machining parts are widely used in fighters, drones and spacecrafts.
Automotive, Motorcycles and Bicycles
Although titanium used in this part is relatively low, it is the most important part of our business.