CNAS C034 Gr2 Eco Friendly Titanium Foil Roll

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 Packaging Wooden Case
Grade Gr2 Place Of Origin Baoji, Shaanxi, China
Material Titanium Specification ASTM B265
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Gr2 Eco Friendly Titanium Foil Roll


CNAS C034 Titanium Foil Roll


Feiteng Titanium Rolled Foil

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Product Description

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


In modern times, the methods of making metal foil include forging, vacuum evaporation, powder rolling, electrolysis and calendering, etc., but calendering and electrolysis are still the main methods in large-scale production. Calendering method to produce aluminum, foil as a representative, because of its use is very wide so the development is extremely rapid, has formed an independent processing industry. Although both methods can be used in the production of copper, nickel and iron foil, electrolysis has obviously taken advantage. In calendering the foil is formed from thick to thin, while in electrolysis the foil is formed in reverse. Processing costs always increase with the increase of the process. Therefore, in addition to meeting performance requirements, thickness is also a factor to be considered when selecting a production method. Early copper foil production had been 0.8 mm as a boundary, thinner than its suitable electrolysis method. With the improvement of processing equipment and the boundary has been reduced to 0.2~0.4 mm. Calendered copper foil can be as thin as 6 microns but the width is limited. In the future, the demand for thin and wide foil tends to be more and more. For example, copper foil half a meter wide and 50 microns thick has gradually been replaced by one meter wide and 35 microns thick. The widest one requires a width of up to two meters, so the calendering production is limited. The use of copper foil, electrolytic copper foil has accounted for 90-95%. Others such as nickel, iron and alloy foil have similar trends.




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