Good Thermal Conductivity Titanium Sheet Foil Grade 2

Place of Origin Baoji, Shaanxi, China
Brand Name Feiteng
Certification GB/T19001-2016 idt ISO9001:2015 GJB9001C-2017
Model Number Titanium Foil Roll
Minimum Order Quantity To be negotiated
Price To be negotiated
Packaging Details Wooden case
Delivery Time To be negotiated
Payment Terms T/T
Supply Ability To be negotiated
Product Details
Brand Name Feiteng Model Number Titanium Foil Roll
Certification GB/T19001-2016 Idt ISO9001:2015 MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CNAS C034-M Place Of Origin Baoji, Shaanxi, China
Packaging Wooden Case Grade Gr2
Material Titanium Specification ASTM B265
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Titanium Sheet Foil Grade 2


ISO9001 titanium sheet foil


Good Thermal Conductivity Ti Sheet Foil

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Titanium Foil Roll Gr2 ASTM B265 Foil Roll

Product Titanium Foil Roll
Grade Gr2
Packaging Wooden case
Port of delivery Xi'an port, Beijing port, Shanghai port, Guangzhou port, Shenzhen port


Titanium is a widely used metal, due to its light weight, higher strength than aluminum alloy, can maintain a higher strength than aluminum at high temperature and is highly valued by the aviation industry. Titanium has a wide range of uses in the military industry. Nuclear powered submarines, hydrofoil boats, anti-tank missiles, missile launchers, bulletproof vests, etc. In the aviation industry, civilian aircraft, strategic rocket engines, spacecraft satellite antennas and other large amounts of titanium. In seawater, titanium has incomparable corrosion resistance, especially the high speed erosion corrosion of seawater. The presence of impurities in titanium greatly affects its mechanical properties, especially the interstitial impurities (oxygen, nitrogen, carbon) can greatly improve the strength of titanium and significantly reduce its plasticity. The good mechanical properties of titanium as a structural material are achieved by strictly controlling the appropriate impurity content and adding alloying elements.

Foil is a thin piece of metal, usually made by hammering or rolling. Foils are mostly ductile materials such as aluminum, copper, tin and gold. Foil tends to bend under its own weight and is easy to tear. The more malleable the metal, the thinner the foil that can be made. Aluminum foil, for example, is typically 1/1,000 of an inch (0.03mm) thick, while more malleable gold can be made into foil only a few atoms thick.
Foil is commonly used in everyday life, but in cases of hypothermia caused by heat radiation, foil can also be used to reduce heat radiation to improve symptoms




Six big features:
1. High strength
2. The corrosion
3. High temperature resistance
4. Good low temperature resistance
5. Environmentally friendly metals
6. Good thermal conductivity