Titanium machining grade has similar features to austenitic stainless steel. While titanium is widely viewed as difficult to machine, by following the recommended procedure, Grade titanium can be easily machined: low cutting speeds, heavy feed rates, and generous quantities of cutting fluids, sharp tools and rigid setups.
Titanium Ferrule Fitting has a high level of oxygen and iron. It offers very good forming performance, average strength and good capacity for corrosion resistance. Grade fittings have various successful usability ranges that require a high degree of better performance in medicine and surgery. There is good toughness and better tensile strength for grade fittings. In these fittings, elements such as oxygen, iron, and nitrogen improve the mechanical properties such as hardness, yield and tensile strength.
This Titanium Ferrule fitting is also extremely resistant to crevice corrosion and resistant to pitting. It also resists corrosion and shocks and is resistant to saltwater. Titanium Gr5 fitting is titanium alloy treated to be the alpha-beta alloy further alloyed with 4 percent alloys such as vanadium and 6 percent aluminium. Resistance to crack propagation and fatigue are Grade 5 fittings. It is also age-hardenable in order to gain greater strength via the heat treatment process.
The strength reduction gives this material well-enhanced ductility and fracture toughness. In a few industrial applications, our Titanium Gr2 / Gr5 Ferrule Fitting is used. It’s like pharmaceuticals, processing of gas, condensers, heat exchangers, generating power, processing chemicals, etc. High durability, long serviceability, improved functionality, high temperature strain, corrosion resistance, etc. are the common properties found in our product.
Applications Titanium Ferrule Fittings
The high strength, low weight ratio and excellent corrosion resistance inherent in titanium and its alloys have led to a wide and diverse range of effective applications that require high levels of reliable performance in surgery and medicine, as well as in aerospace , automobile, chemical plants, power generation, extraction of oil and gas, sports, and other major industries.
Titanium has replaced heavier, less serviceable or less cost-effective materials in the majority of these and other engineering applications. Titanium designs, taking all factors into account, have resulted in efficient, affordable and more robust systems and components that have greatly surpassed performance and service life requirements in many cases.
Benefits of Titanium Ferrule Fittings
Thanks to its varied usability and wide availability, Grade 2 titanium is called the “workhorse” of the commercially pure titanium industry. It shares many of the same characteristics as titanium Grade 1, but is significantly heavier. They’re both fairly immune to corrosion.
This grade have Good weldability, strength, ductility and formability. For many application fields, this makes the Titanium Front Ferrule the prime choice.
Other benefits of these fittings is low torque assembly, positive leak free SEA l assembly and reassembly, and it is also offered in wide options of end connections.
They also have good ability to sustain high pressure and vibrations in the pipeline.