Titanium GR7 Reducing Cross Pipe Fittings possess remarkable physical and chemical properties due to the composition of the alloy. It is composed of 90% titanium, 6% aluminium, and 4% vanadium. This combination of elements makes Titanium GR7 highly resistant to saline and chlorine-rich environments, providing strength and ductility at high temperatures. Its power is almost twice as much as that of aluminium, with excellent corrosion resistance and toughness. These properties make Titanium GR7 ideal for pipe fittings in various industrial applications such as pressure vessels, marine structures, off-shore oil platforms and more.
Reducing Cross Pipe Fittings Titanium GR7 are an excellent metal alloy fittings choice that offers a combination of high strength, low weight, and toughness - making them ideal for various roles in the marine, chemical processing and desalination industries. Their corrosion resistance also provides extra peace of mind in harsh or salty environments. Their efficacy increases when paired with their wide working temperature range from cryogenic to above 500°C, allowing them to withstand severe temperatures without reducing their strength. The superiority of these fittings is reflected in their designation for pressure-containing assemblies and their exemplary leak-tight performance over long-term usage, even with severe vibration or thermal cycling. Suffice it to say titanium GR7 reducing cross-pipe fittings offer unrivalled performance and durability.
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