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Titanium GR7 Thick Wall Pipes are commonly used in shipbuilding, engineering and the chemical industry due to their superior corrosion resistance and chemical stability. This type of pipe is composed mainly of Titanium alloyed with Aluminum, Vanadium and small amounts of iron, Manganese and other elements, which give the titanium additional strength and durability. The high-performance properties of these pipes make them ideal for various applications, from low-pressure vessel applications such as plumbing work to complex offshore oil pipelines. By combining these elements through a patented process utilizing an electron beam melting technology, an extremely durable pipe can be created that offers superior mechanical strength and excellent corrosion resistance in multiple environmental conditions.

Thick Wall Pipes Titanium GR7 have a number of uses and properties that make them a valuable material for medical, automotive, aerospace, marine and chemical engineering applications. Featuring extremely corrosion-resistant properties and high strength-to-weight ratios, this type of pipe is frequently used in manufacturing aerospace and car engines due to its superior strength and lightweight qualities. Being non-magnetic, many sophisticated medical procedures also rely on thick wall titanium pipes. Additionally, they are helpful as underground piping material in areas where saltwater construction is prevalent, as this type of pipe is resistant to saline solutions. Finally, it is commonly used in producing very high-temperature equipment as titanium GR7 Thick Wall Pipes can withstand temperatures up to 480 °C

FAQ's for Titanium Gr 7 Thick Wall Pipes

The HSN Code for Titanium GR7 Thick Wall Pipes is 73063090.

Titanium GR7 Thick Wall Pipes 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 welding methods with an argon or helium inert gas shield.

No, Titanium GR7 Thick Wall Pipes are not magnetic due to their non-ferromagnetic properties. This makes them highly suitable for applications where ferrous materials are unsuitable such as in aerospace and marine industries where weight and corrosion resistance are critical factors.

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