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Titanium GR7 Plates are primarily composed of titanium, a silvery-white low-density metal. It is one of the most abundant elements in the Earth’s crust and can be found in many common minerals. Chemical composition-wise, it is classified as a transition metal, with the atomic number 22, meaning that its outer shell has 8 electrons enabling it to form strong bonds with other atoms. It boasts an impressive tensile strength comparable to low-carbon steel, with a density of less than half that of steel. This combination of properties makes titanium plates ideal for aerospace parts, heat exchangers, and marine parts where durability and weight are significant considerations.

Plates Titanium GR7 are an incredibly valuable resource, boasting many uses and properties that make them ideal for various projects. Their impressive strength-to-weight ratio makes them lighter than steel but as strong, making them an excellent choice for components such as frames and other structures. The plates are also highly corrosion-resistant due to their protective oxide layer – this makes them perfect for situations involving contact with seawater, chemicals and other corrosive elements. Plus, GR7 Plates offer superior weldability without significantly reducing the metal’s strength after welding. As a result, these plates are used extensively in industries such as marine engineering, chemical processing and aerospace engineering for a variety of applications like tanks, frames and structural components.

FAQ's for Titanium Gr 7 Plates

The HSN (Harmonized System Nomenclature) code for Titanium GR7 Plates is 7222.40.00, which is used to classify the goods in India for GST and other tariff calculations.

Titanium GR7 plates can be welded using an autogenous or fusion welding process, such as gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) or TIG welding. Preheating titanium before welding helps reduce cracking, warping, and loss of ductility in the common area.

No, Titanium GR7 Plates are non-magnetic due to their low iron content. Therefore, they are often used in applications where achieving a magnetic-free environment, such as aerospace and medical fields, is important.

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