Titanium Forged Fittings

Titanium Forged Fittings

Ashapura Steel’s Titanium forged fittings are meticulously crafted to meet the demanding requirements of industrial applications. Manufactured from premium-grade titanium, they exhibit exceptional corrosion resistance, low density, and superior mechanical properties.

The forged fittings are designed to ensure leak-free connections and long-lasting performance in critical piping systems and high-stress environments. With precise dimensions and reliable threading, our Titanium forged fittings provide secure connections and ease of installation, offering durability and safety.

Equivalent Grades of ASME SB Titanium Forged Fittings

Grade 2 Titanium Forged Fittings

Grade 2 is the most commonly used titanium alloy in ASME SB Titanium Forged Fittings. It is known for its high strength, low weight, and excellent corrosion resistance. Grade 2 titanium has a minimum yield strength of 275 MPa and a minimum tensile strength of 345 MPa. This makes it suitable for use in applications that require good weldability, ductility, and formability.

Grade 3 Titanium Forged Fittings

Grade 3 titanium is similar to Grade 2 but with slightly higher strength. It has a minimum yield strength of 380 MPa and a minimum tensile strength of 450 MPa. This makes it ideal for use in applications that require higher mechanical properties than Grade 2 but still retain the same excellent corrosion resistance.

Grade 5 Titanium Forged Fittings

Grade 5 titanium is also known as Ti-6Al-4V or simply Ti-64. It is an alpha-beta alloy that contains six percent aluminum and four percent vanadium. This alloy has excellent mechanical properties such as high strength-to-weight ratio, good fatigue resistance, and excellent corrosion resistance. These properties make it suitable for use in aerospace, medical implants, marine applications, and sports equipment.

Grade 7 Titanium Forged Fittings

Grade 7 titanium is an alpha-beta alloy that contains two percent palladium. This addition improves the corrosion resistance of the material in reducing environments such as seawater or brine solutions. Grade 7 titanium has a minimum yield strength of 275 MPa and a minimum tensile strength of 345 MPa making it suitable for use in chemical processing equipment.

Grade 9 Titanium Forged Fittings

Grade9 (Ti-3Al-2.5V) is an alpha-beta alloy containing three percent aluminum and two-and-a-half percent vanadium which provides improved toughness over other commercially pure grades. This alloy has a minimum yield strength of 380 MPa and a minimum tensile strength of 483 MPa making it suitable for use in high-stress applications such as aircraft components, pressure vessels, and cryogenic storage tanks.

Grade 12 Titanium Forged Fittings

Grade12 (Ti-0.3Mo-0.8Ni) is an alpha-beta alloy containing molybdenum and nickel which provides improved corrosion resistance over other commercially pure grades. This alloy has a minimum yield strength of 345 MPa and a minimum tensile strength of 483 MPa making it suitable for use in chemical processing equipment, marine applications, and power generation industries.

Grade 23 Titanium Forged Fittings

Grade23 (Ti-6Al-4V ELI) is an alpha-beta alloy that is similar to Grade 5 but with extra low interstitials (ELI). It has excellent mechanical properties such as high strength-to-weight ratio, good fatigue resistance, and excellent corrosion resistance. These properties make it suitable for use in medical implants where biocompatibility is critical.

Titanium Forged Fittings Specifications

SpecificationsASTM A387 / ASME SA387
Thickness1mm-300mm
Width1000mm, 1219mm, 1500mm, 1800mm, 2000mm, 2500mm, 3000mm, 3500mm, 4050mm etc
Length2000mm, 2440mm, 3000mm, 5800mm, 6000mm, 12000mm, 15000mm etc
Surface2B, 2D, BA, NO.1, NO.4, NO.8, 8K, mirror, checkered, embossed, hair line, sand blast, Brush, etching Manufacturer and Supplier
FinishHot rolled plate (HR), Cold rolled sheet (CR)

ASTM B381 Titanium Forged Fittings Manufacturing Standards

GradesCMnPSSICrMo
ASTM A387 Grade 50.15 max0.3 – 0.60.0350.030.5 max4.00 – 6.000.45 – 0.65
ASTM A387 Grade90.15 max0.30 – 0.60.030.031.0 max8.0 – 10.00.9 – 1.1
ASTM A387 Grade 110.05 – 0.170.4 – 0.650.0350.0350.5 – 0.801.0 – 1.50.45 – 0.65
ASTM A387 Grade 120.05 – 0.170.4 – 0.650.0350.0350.15 – 0.40.8 – 1.150.45 – 0.6
ASTM A387 Grade 220.05 – 0.150.3 – 0.60.0350.0350.5 max2.0 – 2.50.9 – 1.1

Titanium Alloy Threaded and Socket Weld Pipe Fittings

Plate Surface finishGauge (in)Width (max in)
2B – Cold rolled, heat treated, pickled, skin passed Plate10–2472*
2D – Cold rolled, heat treated, pickled plate12–2460
BA Mexinox only18–2848
Polished plate (not brushed)11–2460
Temper rolled plate Mexinox only13–2948

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FAQ

1)What is the main source of titanium?

The primary source of titanium is the mineral ilmenite, which contains titanium dioxide (TiO2). Ilmenite is commonly found in beach sands, as well as in some igneous rocks and sediments. It serves as the primary raw material for the production of titanium metal and its various alloys.

2)Is titanium mined in India?

Yes, titanium is mined in India. India has significant titanium reserves and is one of the countries actively engaged in titanium mining and production.Titanium extracted from these mines is utilized in various industrial applications, including aerospace, chemical processing, and the production of titanium alloys, owing to its excellent strength-to-weight ratio and corrosion resistance.

3)Is titanium in high demand?

Yes, titanium is in high demand due to its exceptional properties, including its strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance, and biocompatibility. It is extensively used in industries such as aerospace, medical implants, defense, and chemical processing, all of which contribute to its continued high demand.

4)Which industry uses the most titanium?

the aerospace and defense industry in Maharashtra was one of the prominent sectors using titanium. Titanium’s exceptional strength-to-weight ratio and corrosion resistance make it highly valuable for manufacturing aircraft components, particularly in engines and structural parts. However, the usage of titanium can vary, and other industries in Maharashtra may also employ it for specialized applications

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