Titanium Grade 7 bolts are made of a metal alloy composed primarily of titanium and aluminium. There are also trace amounts of vanadium, molybdenum, iron, manganese, chromium, and other elements. Titanium Grade 7 is one of the strongest titanium alloys available, providing good corrosion resistance in many environments and excellent toughness at high and low temperatures. Due to this combination of features and their light weight, these bolts are often used in applications such as medical implants, aerospace components, process equipment construction, power transmission devices, oil refineries, and chemical plant operations – almost everywhere where corrosion-resistant solutions are needed.
Titanium gr 7 bolts have a versatile range of uses and properties due to their resistance to high temperatures, corrosion, and fatigue. They can be found in reliably secure fittings in aircraft, boats, chemical processing equipment and architectural applications due to their extraordinary strength-to-weight ratio and ability to withstand extreme temperatures. Moreover, titanium grade 7 bolts offer a superior tensile strength of 120 ksi and yield strength between 110 and 118 ksi, making them ideal for applications where corrosive liquids are present or specialized fastening systems are needed. They are available with a corrosion-resistant coating to further increase the reliability of these bolts in extreme environments. Despite these heavy-duty use cases, titanium grade 7 bolts remain lightweight, making them suitable for large structures and small mechanical parts.
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