TS1374 Titanium Powder for Thermal Spraying

Catalog No. TS1374
Purity ≥99.5%
CAS Number 7440-32-6
Particle Size -250 +90 µm; -180 +53 µm; -90 +18 µm; -75 µm

Titanium Powder for Thermal Spraying
Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) provides high-quality titanium powder used for thermal spraying coatings.
Related products: Copper Powder for Thermal Spraying, Molybdenum Powder for Thermal Spraying, Nickel Powder for Thermal Spraying, Silicon Metalloid Powder for Thermal Spraying, etc.

Titanium Powder for Thermal Spraying Description

Titanium Powder thermal spraying coatings are commonly in form of powder, wire, or rod. They are heated and convert to micrometer-size particles. Then the particles are accelerated towards substrates and create a coating.

Titanium readily combines with other metals to form useful alloys. Thermal spraying coatings of titanium powder are light with relatively high strength and resistant to most corrosives.

Titanium Powder for Thermal Spraying Specifications

Purity: ≥99.5%
Particle Size: -250 +90 µm; -180 +53 µm; -90 +18 µm; -75 µm
Process: HDH Process (hydride - dehydride)

Titanium Powder for Thermal Spraying Applications

Our titanium powder for thermal spraying is typically used in:
-Medical applications due to its biocompatibility
-Coatings with porous structures for implants
-Corrosion resistant coatings
-Bond coating for hydroxyapatite top coatings

Titanium Powder for Thermal Spraying Packaging

Our product is clearly tagged and labeled externally to ensure efficient identification and quality control. Great care is taken to avoid any damage which might be caused during storage or transportation.

Titanium Powder for Thermal Spraying Safety Information

Signal Word

Danger

Hazard Statements

H250

Hazard Codes

P210-P231-P280-P302 + P334-P370 + P378-P422

Precautionary Statements

P210-P280-P240-P241-P370+P378

Flash Point

Not applicable

Risk Codes

N/A

Safety Statements

N/A

RTECS Number

N/A

Transport Information

UN1383- class 4.2 - PG 1- Pyrophoric metal, n-o.s., HI: all

WGK Germany

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GHS Pictograms

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