Titanium Filler Wire offers similar strength of steel but is two times lighter and offers amazing corrosion resistance. The weldability of Titanium is excellent for most grades but extra care has to be taken for the gas protection on the weld pool, the weld pool needs to stay protected until it cooled down to at least 470 degrees C. Often Titanium Welding Wire is welded in a gas chamber with pure argon gas to make sure that the weld pool gets proper protection.
Titanium Welding Wire is the most popular because of its good formability and weldability balance of strength, toughness and high ranging heat. Titanium is an excellent choice for engineers because of its properties; this material is reliable for a range of applications from aerospace to chemical processors.
Titanium Welding Wire is most commonly used in applications that require high-temperature resistance and resistance to chemicals. Titanium falls into a category of metals namely known as reactive metals. Titanium Filler Wire offers excellent corrosion resistance to acid, chlorides, and salt.
Titanium Filler Wire is a combination of strength and corrosion resistance that makes it useful in applications such as aerospace, automotive, chemical processing & chlorate manufacturing, desalination, architecture, hydro carbon processing, marine, medical, power generation.