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Titanium GR7 Tee Pipe Fittings are vastly used in various industries due to their superior strength and malleability properties. The chemical composition of these pipe fittings is composed primarily of 99.2% titanium, 0.25% aluminium, and 0.15% vanadium throughout the alloy. As a result, it can be used in highly corrosive environments since it is resistant to any ozone or saline-type atmosphere, making it an ideal material for operating systems that come into contact with salt water or sea air. This type of titanium has a higher chemical resistance than other types, which makes it significantly more corrosion-resistant when exposed to harsh chemicals or solvents. It makes for a very strong product with an excellent finished appearance for any application across various engineering fields.

Tee Pipe Fittings Titanium GR7 are widely used in chemical and heavy-industry applications due to their superior corrosion resistance, strength, and durability. These fittings provide excellent stability, flexibility, and fluidity for all types of metals. They have a high tolerance to temperature variations, making them suitable for use in any environment. Additionally, they are incredibly lightweight - up to 50% lighter than most metal alternatives - yet very strong. With their reliable and leak-proof seal capability, Titanium GR7 Tee Pipe Fittings make it easier to handle installation, maintenance and repair operations. Their non-magnetic properties also make them ideal for use under corrosive conditions as well as food-grade systems, with energy savings as a bonus.

FAQ's for Titanium Gr 7 Tee Pipe Fittings

The HSN Code for Titanium GR7 Swage Nipple Pipe Fittings is 73079990.

Titanium GR7 Swage Nipple Pipe Fittings can be welded using an inert gas shield that provides a protective atmosphere around the workpiece. It is important to note that titanium can easily react with oxygen and nitrogen when heated, which can contaminate the material leading to inferior welds. For best results, it is recommended to use TIG or MIG welding methods with an argon or helium-inert gas shield.

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