Titanium

Titanium and Titanium alloys can be used in aerospace, military, medical, jewelry, telecommunications and other industries. There are several grades of Titanium. Grade 1 to Grade 4 are of pure Titanium, and the other grades are of alloys. Pure Titanium is used for its high corrosion resistance, and its alloys, for their extremely high strength to weight ratio.
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Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) now can provide various titanium products including:

Fabricated Titanium:

Various shapes such as wire, rod, sheet, plate, strip, foil, pipe, tube in different grades, custom products are available.

Machined Titanium:

Special shapes like fitting, flange, fastener, custom products are available.

Nitinol (Nickel-Titanium alloy):

Nitinol wire, sheet, strip, foil, spring, and other memory shape alloy products are available upon requests.

Other Titanium Products:

Titanium mesh, high precision castings, titanium clad materials.

 

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Titanium
Fabricated Titanium
Machined Titanium
Nitinol
High Precision Castings
Titanium Clad Materials
Titanium Mesh

About Titanium (Ti)

Symbol: Ti
Atomic number: 22
Atomic weight: 47.867
Element category: transition metal
Compared to other metals, Titanium is a lustrous and silver transition metal with low density and high corrosion resistance to sea water, aqua regia and chlorine, etc..
Titanium and Titanium alloys can be used in aerospace, military, medical, jewelry, telecommunications and other industries.
There are several grades of Titanium. Grade 1 to Grade 4 are of pure Titanium, and the other grades are of alloys. Pure Titanium is used for its high corrosion resistance, and its alloys, for their extremely high strength to weight ratio.

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