Gr5 ASTM B863 Dia 1.6mm 10KG Titanium Coil Wire
|Place of Origin||Baoji, Shaanxi, China|
|Certification||GB/T19001-2016 idt ISO9001:2015 GJB9001C-2017|
|Model Number||Titanium Wire|
|Minimum Order Quantity||To be negotiated|
|Price||To be negotiated|
|Packaging Details||Wooden case|
|Delivery Time||To be negotiated|
|Supply Ability||To be negotiated|
|Certifaction||GB/T19001-2016 Idt ISO9001:2015 GJB9001C-2017||Orgin||Baoji, Shaanxi, China|
|Item Name||Titanium Wire||Customized||Customized|
Dia 1.6mm 10KG Titanium Coil Wire,
ASTM B863 Titanium Coil Wire,
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|Port of delivery||
Xi'an port, Beijing port, Shanghai port, Guangzhou port, Shenzhen port
Pure titanium is a silver-white metal with many excellent properties. At a density of 4.54g/cm3, titanium is 43% lighter than steel and slightly heavier than magnesium, a prestigious light metal. It is mechanically as strong as steel, twice as strong as aluminium and five times stronger than magnesium. Titanium high temperature resistance, melting point 1942K, nearly 1000K higher than gold, nearly 500K higher than steel. Classification of titanium wire
Titanium wire is divided into: titanium wire, titanium alloy wire, pure titanium eyewear wire, titanium straight wire, pure titanium wire, titanium wire, titanium wire, titanium hanging wire, titanium disc wire, titanium bright wire, medical titanium wire, titanium nickel alloy wire.
The titanium wire forms a stable carbide of higher hardness with carbon. The growth of the carbonized layer between titanium and carbon is determined by the diffusion rate of titanium in the carbonized layer.
The solubility of carbon in titanium was small, amounting to 0.3% at 850X: c and about 0.1% at 600C B Because of the solubility of carbon in titanium was small, hardening was possible only from titanium carbide layer to sedimentary layer to mouth. Carburizing must be carried out under the condition of oxygen removal, because the surface layer hardness of 2700MPa and 8500MPa formed by the powder used for steel carburizing against the surface of carbon monoxide or carbon monoxide containing oxygen is reached. It flakes easily.
In contrast, a thin layer of titanium carbide may be formed when carburizing in charcoal under deoxidization or decarburization. The hardness of this layer is 32OUOMPa, which is consistent with the hardness of titanium carbide. The depth of the carburizing layer is roughly greater than that of the nit riding layer under the same conditions. Under the condition of oxygen enrichment, oxygen absorption must be taken into account to affect the hardening depth. Only at very thin layer thickness can the carbonized powder form sufficient adhesion strength in vacuum or argon methane atmosphere. In contrast, the gas carburizing agent may form a particularly hard and well-bonded titanium carbide hardened layer. At the same time, the hardening formed at temperatures between 950T: and 10201: is between 50fim and. With the increase of layer thickness, the titanium carbide layer becomes more brittle and tends to spall t to avoid carbon inclusion from the titanium carbide layer due to the decomposition of rethane, a specified dose of additive with a volume fraction of about 2% rethane should be used for gas carburizing in an inert gas. Low surface hardness results when methane is carburized with propane additives. When gas carburized propane was used under the bonding force of OkPa, the best wear resistance was achieved, although the thickness of hardened layer was measured to be very thin. Hydrogen is absorbed under the condition of gas carburizing agent, but it has to be removed again during vacuum annealing.
- Low Density and High Specification Strength
- Customer request customization
- Excellent Corrosion Resistance
- Good Resistance to Effect of Heat
- Excellent Bearing to Cryogenics Property
- Good Thermal Properties
- Low Modulus of Elasticity