Titanium pipes are lustrous in appearance. These pipes have low density and high strength. Titanium pipes are alloyed with molybdenum, vanadium, iron and aluminium, which produces strong and light-weight alloys. Two well-known properties of Titanium are corrosion resistance and strength-to-density ratio.
Titanium Pipes are strong, ductile, low in density and have a lustre on the surface. Titanium is used as a refractory metal, as it has a high melting point. Tensile strength of titanium pipes is high in their pure form. Sulphuric acid, hydrochloric and organic acid attacks do not damage these pipes. Chloride solution attacks also don not cause much damage to these pipes. These pipes can be used in moderately high temperatures without creeping. This property makes them usable in naval ships and armour material. Titanium is used in industries such as aerospace, chemical plants, desalination plants, mobile phones, petrochemical plants, automotive industry, agri-food, military, medical industry, and more. Titanium is bio-compatible and is non-magnetic. These properties make it usable in medical field. Resistance to chemicals and water is good in Titanium Pipes.