Titanium Gr 2 tubing is composed primarily of titanium and aluminium alloys, making it a solid and lightweight material. The tubing can withstand high-pressure conditions and temperatures, making it ideal for medical or sports equipment use. Its chemical composition also makes it highly resistant to corrosion from seawater, many acids and alkalis. Its toughness is further enhanced by the addition of small amounts of vanadium, iron and molybdenum that work to improve the overall strength and stability of the material. Titanium Gr 2 tubing is a cost-effective solution for many industrial applications due to its durability and relatively low cost compared to other metals.
Grade 2 Titanium tubing is a versatile material often used in industrial and medical applications due to its excellent strength-to-weight ratio, weldability, formability, and corrosion resistance. This type of tubing is also used in swimming pools, yachts, and bike frames, thanks to its lightweight properties and excellent strength in salty environments. Additionally, Titanium fabrication processes can easily shape the tubing into complex shapes such as angles, ribs, bends and more, ensuring the material can be crafted for many uses. The non-magnetic properties of titanium grade 2 make it essential for MRI machines, while its resistance to heat up to approximately 1000 degrees Celsius helps protect components from fire hazards. Finally, titanium grade 2 tubing is becoming increasingly popular as an alternative to copper pipes since it has better heat transfer capabilities but a lower potential for corrosion over time.
Titanium grade 2 tubing is typically created through cold-working processes such as drawing, stretching and rolling.
Titanium grade 2 tubing offers superior resistance to many different acids, alkalis and salts as well as pitting and crevice corrosion in marine environments.
Titanium grade 2 tubing is capable of withstanding temperatures up to 815°C (1500°F).
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