TITANIUM ALLOY PIPES AND TUBES
We carry a full inventory of Titanium Alloy Seamless Pipes and Tube and Supply Titanium Alloy Welded Pipes and Tube products are choose owing to its superior corrosion resistance and strength-to-weight ratio. The development of many different alloys has extended the application of titanium in industries ranging from industrial and chemical processing to power generation.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers has approved most titanium grades, meaning that more options are available for various projects. Although grades such as 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 11 and others are usable, grade 2 is suitable for most instances. The Titanium Pipes and Tubes we supplied in ASME SB388 / ASME SB861 / ASME SB862, ASTM B388 / ASTM B861 / ASTM B862 in GRADE 1, GRADE 2, GRADE 3, GRADE 5, GRADE 7, GRADE 8, GRADE 9, GRADE 11, GRADE 12, GRADE 23 etc. The grade indicates the testing methods required for a given application. The ready availability of grade 2 makes it a preferable material for quick production runs and larger orders. Determining how a grade will exactly be used is essential prior to selecting any grade. Grades 7, 12, 16, or 26 can be used to fabricate titanium pipes for use in areas demanding greater corrosion resistance. Grades 3 and 12 may be a preferable material for pipes requiring more strength.
We specialize in Titanium Pipes and Tube with years of Experience in Manufacturing Titanium Pipes and Tubes. we offer high quality, lower cost but the best service. As a result to that our Titanium Alloy Pipes and Tubes export account today is in various countries like Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman, UAE, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, South korea, Chile, Peru, Venezuela, Australia, Nigeria, Angola, Senegal, Mozambique, Algeria, Libya, Azerbaijan, Netherlands, Brazil, Norway, Poland, United Kingdom, Mexico and Canada etc.
TITANIUM PIPES AND TUBES RANGE
Titanium Alloy Pipe & Tubes Specification
Titanium Alloy Pipe & Tubes Pipe Ends
Plain Ends / Beveled Ends
Titanium Alloy Pipe & Tubes Delivery Conditions
As Rolled, Cold Drawn, Hot Finish, Stress Relieved, Annealed, Hardened, Tempered
Titanium Alloy Pipe & Tubes Coating
Electropolish, Mechanical Polish, Satin Finish, Passivated
Titanium Alloy Pipe & Tubes Other Testing
Hardness Test, Hydrostatic Test, Eddy Current test, Eddy Current, Tensile Test, Flattening, Flare Test, Annealed, Hydrostatic Test, Tempered, Stress Relieved etc.
Titanium Alloy Pipe & Tubes Dimension
All Pipes Is Manufactured and Inspected / Tested to the Relevant standards including ASTM and ASME
Titanium Alloy Pipe & Tubes Value Added Services
Draw / Expansion / Machining / Sand Blasting / Shot Blasting / Heat Treatment
Titanium Alloy Pipe & Tubes Packaging
Loose / Bundle / Wooden Pallet / Wooden Box / Plastic Cloth Wraps / Plastic End Caps / Beveled Protector
Titanium Alloy Pipe & Tubes Shipment & Transportation
By Road - Truck / Train, By Sea - Break-bulk Conventional Vessel / FCL (Full Container Load) / LCL (Less Container Load) / 20 Feet Container / 40 Feet Container / 45 Feet Container / High Cube Container / Open Top Container, By Air - Freighter Civil Passenger and Cargo Planes
Titanium Alloy Pipe & Tubes Material Test Certificate
Manufacturer Test Certificate As Per EN10204 3.1, 3.2 / Laboratory Test Certificate From CANS Approved Lab. / Under Third Party Inspection Agency Like SGS, TUV, ETC
Standard Specification for Seamless and Welded Titanium and Titanium Alloy Tubes for Condensers and Heat Exchangers
This specification covers 28 grades of seamless and welded titanium alloy tubes for surface condensers, evaporators, and heat exchangers. Seamless tube shall be made from hollow billet by any cold reducing or cold drawing process that will yield a product meeting the requirements prescribed. Welded tube shall be made from flat-rolled product by an automatic arc-welding process. The welded tube shall be sufficiently cold worked to final size in order to transform the cast weld microstructure into a typical equiaxed microstructure in the weld upon subsequent heat treatment. The titanium shall conform to the chemical requirements prescribed. The room temperature tensile properties of the tube in the condition normally supplied shall conform to the requirements prescribed. Tubing shall withstand, without cracking, flattening under a load applied gradually at room temperature until the distance between the load platens is not more than the required height.
Welded tube shall be subjected to a reverse flattening test in accordance with supplement II of test methods and definitions A 370. Welded tubing shall be tested using both a non-destructive electromagnetic test and an ultrasonic test method. Seamless and welded/cold worked tubing shall be tested using an ultrasonic test method. Welded tubing shall be tested with a hydrostatic or pneumatic test method. Seamless tubing shall be tested with an electromagnetic or hydrostatic or pneumatic test method.
Standard Specification for Titanium and Titanium Alloy Seamless Pipe
This specification covers the requirements for 34 grades of titanium and titanium alloy seamless pipe intended for general corrosion resisting and elevated temperature service. Alloys may be supplied in the following conditions: Grades 5, 23, 24, 25, 29, 35, or 36 – annealed or aged; Grades 9, 18, 28, or 38 – cold-worked and stress-relieved or annealed; Grades 9, 18, 23, 28, or 29 – transformed-beta condition; and Grades 19, 20, or 21 – solution-treated or solution-treated and aged. The grades shall conform to the required chemical composition for nitrogen, carbon, hydrogen, iron, oxygen, aluminum, vanadium, tin, ruthenium, palladium, chromium, nickel, niobium, zirconium, silicon, and titanium.
Chemical analysis and product analysis shall be performed. Mechanical requirements shall conform to the required room temperature values for tensile strength, yield strength, and elongation. Testing shall also be performed: tension, flattening, bend, and hydrostatic tests.
Standard Specification for Titanium and Titanium Alloy Welded Pipe
This specification covers the requirements for 33 grades of titanium and titanium alloy welded pipe intended for general corrosion resisting and elevated temperature service. Welded pipe shall be made from annealed flat-rolled products by a welding process. Welded pipe may be further reduced by cold working or hot working. Grades 1, 2, 2 H, 7, 7H, 11,13, 14, 16, 16H, 17, 26H, 33, and 37 shall be furnished as welded or annealed. Grades 3, 12, 15, and 34 shall be furnished as annealed. Grade 5, 23, 24, 25, 35 shall be furnished as annealed, or aged. Grade 9, 18, 38 shall be furnished as annealed. Grade 19, 20, 21 shall be furnished as solution treated, or solution treated and aged.
The materials shall conform to the required chemical composition for nitrogen, carbon, hydrogen, iron, oxygen, aluminum, vanadium, tin, ruthenium, palladium, cobalt, molybdenum, chromium, nickel, niobium, zirconium, silicon, and titanium. They shall also conform to the required mechanical propetries such as tensile strength, yield strength, and elongation.
Corrosive Service Applications - Elevated Temperature Services - High-Temperature Services - Titanium - Titanium Alloys - Welded Pipes And Tubes - Welded Titanium Pipes
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF TITANIUM PIPES AND TUBES
|ELEMENT||Chemical Composition %|
|GRADE 1||GRADE 2||GRADE 3||GRADE 5||GRADE 7||GRADE 9||GRADE 11||GRADE 12||GRADE 23|
|Residuals, max each||0.1||0.1||0.1||0.1||0.1||0.1||0.1||0.1||0.1|
|Residuals, max total||0.4||0.4||0.4||0.4||0.4||0.4||0.4||0.4||0.4|
TENSILE STRENGTH OF TITANIUM PIPES AND TUBES
|Grade||Tensile Strength, min||Yiel Strength (0.2% Offset)||Elongation 2 in. or 50 mm|
|Ksi||(Mpa)||Ksi||(Mpa)||Ksi||(Mpa)||gage length min %|
TITANIUM ALLOY PIPES AND TUBES APPLICATIONS
The Titanium Alloy Pipes and Tubes is used in the following applications:-
Flue gas scrubbers
Outlet ducting and stack liners for power plants, pulp and paper bleach plants, sulfur dioxide scrubbers, and weld overlay of less corrosion resistant metals
Acid production and pickling systems
Pharmaceutical industries use alloy fittings and tubing to avoid contamination caused by corrosion related failures
Incineration scrubber systems
Chemical process industry in equipment like flue gas scrubbers, chlorination systems, sulfur dioxide scrubbers, pulp and paper bleach plants, pickling systems, and nuclear fuel reprocessing
Waste water processing
Pollution control stack liners, ducts, dampers, scrubbers, stack-gas reheaters, fans and fan housings
Flue gas desulfurization systems
Chemical processing components like heat exchangers, reaction vessels, evaporators, and transfer piping
Sour gas wells
Pulp and paper production
Pharmaceutical and food processing equipment